Delve into more than 50 themed word search puzzles based on Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre stories and poems.
More than 50 puzzles inspired by passages from Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre stories and poems will delight puzzle enthusiasts and fans of the author. Each puzzle uses words drawn directly from the text, whether it’s an eerie description of a scene from a story such as “The Fall of the House of Usher” and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” or enchanting lines from poems like “The Raven” and “Annabel Lee.” The search terms are highlighted within the extract and listed below the puzzles for reference. Perfect for fans of Poe’s dark fantasies and lovers of classical literature, this puzzle book makes for an enjoyable, relaxing activity.
Thunder Bay Press is an imprint of Printers Row Publishing Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Readerlink Distribution Services, LLC, the largest full-service book distributor to non-trade booksellers in North America. Thunder Bay publishes across a wide and varied range of formats and categories, from fun, interactive activity titles and kits on subjects such as origami, cooking, crafts, games, and art to reference books suitable for gift-giving in categories like art, fitness, pets, travel, history, culture, sports, and nature. Thunder Bay Press celebrates the book in all its forms, and publishes something for everyone. They’re headquartered in San Diego.
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