Large Print SUDOKU Puzzle Books – 100 Introductory Sudoku Puzzles

This is the introductory book to a series of eight large print Sudoku puzzle books.

  • 100 puzzles WITH solutions
  • Large Print Format
  • Large format (8.5″ x 11″)
  • 142 Pages
  • Downloadable PDF



In this large print introduction to Sudoku you will find a beginner’s guide to solving puzzles, which looks at two different approaches and also gives some tips to help in progressing beyond simple starter puzzles. The book then contains no fewer than 100 puzzles, with solutions, starting with easy puzzles for the beginner and moving through medium, hard and truly evil puzzles. This means that you can not simply learn the basics, but also experience the different levels of difficulty, and work through the book, improving you level of skill as you go.

Invented by an American named Howard Garns and originally called “Number Place”, the game we today know as Sudoku became very popular in Japan during the 1980s, where it was renamed “Su Doku.”

Sudoku puzzle books are hugely popular today because the game is easy to learn and Sudoku puzzles are available at various levels of difficulty, ranging from easy Sudoku to hard Sudoku.

Often described as brain puzzles, mind puzzles or logic puzzles, Sudoku is a game of logic in which you need to use deductive reasoning and search for patterns in order to place missing numbers on a grid. It is also a game that can be played anywhere, and so it is ideal for moments of down-time during the day or, for example, for combating the boredom of commuting.

Suitable for all ages, Sudoku is a brain game which can help us to continue learning and stay mentally healthy throughout our lives. Indeed, recent studies show that doing Sudoku may well play an important role in helping people to reduce the risk of dementia as they get older.

Sudoku is not a mathematical game and indeed requires no knowledge of maths. Numbers are used simply because they are universally recognized symbols. The game could however be played using different colors, pictures or letters of the alphabet. Indeed, variations of the game, using a larger grid than the most commonly used 9 x 9 grid, often use either a combination of numbers and letters, or simply letters.

If you have not yet learned how to play Sudoku then you will discover that it is a great way to escape, relax and keep your mind active while, most important of all, having Fun!

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