Why am I Seeing Spots? Run Spot, Run

I guess I should start by explaining the “Run spot, Run.” Sometimes my wandering mind makes connections that cause others to wonder what’s wrong with me. Spot was the family dog in the Dick and Jane Readers. From 1930 to 1970 more than 85 million of us learned to read using these books. They were... Continue Reading →

Artgame: Sky and Sea Lenticular Puzzle

Have you ever stepped completely outside of your comfort zone and tried an incredibly unique puzzle? That’s exactly what I did recently. On Black Friday, I spent far too long browsing the Puzzle Warehouse site to take advantage of the great deals. One of the puzzles I picked up was a lenticular puzzle from Artgame... Continue Reading →

Santa’s World by Springbok Puzzles

Hello, Puzzle Friends! As promised, I'm back to talk to you about Springbok Puzzles. If you're an avid puzzler, (and since you're on this blog, I'm going to assume you are,) you've more than likely assembled a puzzle by Springbok. I'd like to think of them as underrated gems. They're not as fancy as Ravensburger... Continue Reading →

Books and Puzzles

Step into my Library said the spider to the.... Oops! Sorry! Wrong story. . . .  I love books! Smart phones are handy, computers are my friends, but books? Books are just special. So when I found several puzzles with books I was delighted. Books and puzzles? This was my lucky day! If you’ve ever... Continue Reading →

Somewhere Over the Rainbow Puzzles

What is it about a rainbow, gradient or any such type of color explosion puzzle that we love so much?  If you scroll through Facebook or Instagram, you’ll find that posts with these puzzles have a larger amount of likes than other posts. It is that we are naturally drawn towards more colorful images?  Do... Continue Reading →

Madd Capp: I Am Longhorn Review

Hyper-realistic animal shaped puzzles? Yes please! Madd Capp Puzzles are my favorite animal-shaped puzzles. I recently learned why there are not as many companies the produce shaped puzzles. Each of the unique-shaped jigsaw puzzles requires its own unique tool. Unlike circular or square puzzles which can use the same tool for different designs. Madd Capp... Continue Reading →

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