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The Times: KenKen Book 2: The New Brain-training Puzzle Phenomenon: Bk. 2 KenKen Is The Brilliant Successor To Su Doku That S Taken Japan By Storm In Collaboration With The Times, Collins The No Puzzle Publisher Are Proud To Publish It In The UKKenKen Is A Brain Training Puzzle Based On Logic And Simple Arithmetic Perfect For All Ages And Highly Addictive, KenKen Puzzles Challenge And Entertain In An Entirely New Way The Puzzle Was Invented By A Charismatic Japanese Maths Teacher, Tetsuya Miyamoto In The Name Comes From Ken Which Is The Japanese Word For Clever And KenKen Translates As Square Wisdom It S Based On Simple Arithmetic And Each Puzzle Involves Some Or All Of The Following Skills Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication And DivisionAs With Su Doku There Are Clearly Defined Levels For Each Type Of Puzzle From Beginner And Intermediate To Advanced And The Puzzles Can Be On Any Size Grid, From X Up To X The Puzzles Improve Numeracy, Logical Thinking, Concentration And PerseveranceCan You KenKen

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8 thoughts on “The Times: KenKen Book 2: The New Brain-training Puzzle Phenomenon: Bk. 2

  1. says:

    I am looking for a book with just difficult or fiendish Ken Kens yet this still has lots of easy ones why mix up easy with Fiendish the other really annoying aspect to this book is that puzzles only have or no multiplication or division which is what the usual ones have in the Times every day So all in all a ve

  2. says:

    Exellent puzzles

  3. says:

    These books are great for holidays or just to relax with I m on book 4 now.

  4. says:

    Great for keeping the brain working

  5. says:

    The puzzles only have addition and subtraction, which is a bit of a let down I would have preferred to have had at least some of the puzzles contain multiplication and division Some of the fiendish puzzles are reasonably challenging though.

  6. says:

    I bought this book after thoroughly enjoying the first book in the series To my disappointment it didn t have any multiplication or devision, which made it less fun in my opinion Also, the puzzles are not in order of difficulty.

  7. says:

    Misleading cover shows the expected type of kenken with times and divide as well as plus and minus.Inside are ONLY puzzles with plus and minus boring, and too hard to solve.

  8. says:

    Some people don t like the lack of multiplication or division in the newer Ken Ken books but for me it s a vast improvement The problem with the problems was that the answers to the multiplication and division sections were always blindingly obvious and filled in 50% of the grid with no sweat Now that the puzzle design has been perfected you can bend your hea

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