Puzzle Books for Kids

I love a good word search, a sudoku puzzle, or even a spot the difference book.  Growing up my favorite magazine was “Games.”  Today we bring you intriguing puzzle books for kids.

Crossword Puzzles for Clever KidsCrossword Puzzles for Clever Kids

Perfect for trips, rainy days, or downtime, these crosswords will entertain kids for hours.
You’re never too young to start having fun with puzzles! This book contains 40 age-appropriate crosswords to introduce kids to the challenges and pleasures of solving. Children will love the fresh look and clever clues in this Puzzlewright, Jr. collection.

Fun book for ages 8 – 12. Whenever you need something cool to do, pull out this book and get started! These crosswords have clues that are perfect for kids like:

  • Werewolf or Vampire
  • Last name of the fictional detective Sherlock
  • Island country near Florida
  • He became president in 2001; 3 words

This book will provide hours of entertainment.


spot the differenceMega Spot the Difference
Are you a super spotter? Let’s see! Each of these puzzles features two stunning rainforest images to compare. They may look the same—but they’re not! You can find up to 20 differences in the colorful pictures, and the difficulty level increases from easy to medium to hard as you go along. Plus, every colorful puzzle includes an intruder that doesn’t quite fit the environment, adding an educational element to the fun.


here to thereFrom Here To There – A Book of Mazes to Wander and Explore

Sean Jackson has been illustrating and exploring mazes for his own enjoyment for more than 30 years. Inspired by art, architecture, and the natural world, his colorfully detailed mazes offer imaginative and meditative journeys through village streets, garden vistas, island habitats, castle grounds, scenic towns, and gravity-defying surreal situations—each encouraging the mind to wander while following the paths. This large-format collection features nearly 50 absorbing single-page and full-spread mazes, sequenced with increasing complexity, and includes inventive bonuses such as mazes with two paths to follow and a maze that runs on the inside covers from front to back. Solutions are provided, but for those seeking mindful activity or hours of puzzle decoding entertainment, getting there will be half the fun.