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1. WORD LADDER
The two words below constitute the first and last rungs of the ladder, and the goal is to "evolve" one into the other by changing only one letter at a time, forming a legitimate new word with each change. This type of puzzle was invented by Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll.
Puzzle by Marcel Danesi, author of
In a cryptogram, or secret code puzzle, each letter in the original message is replaced by another letter in a specific pattern. (For example, the word YES can be encrypted to XDR by replacing each letter with the one before it: Y with X, E with D, and S with R.)
To start, figure out which words are logical in the grammatical structure of a sentence (THE, ON, OF, and so on).
Solving this puzzle will reveal a famous quote composed of 11 words, plus the author's name.
3. PHRASE MAZE
This puzzle involves a rhyming verse that's been divided into two parts. The first portion is written above the grid, and the second is hidden inside. The verse can be read by starting at the star in the center and connecting letters in any direction, using each letter once. (Hint: The first word is a verb.)
Puzzle by Joe Clark, author of
Answers:1. SLEEP, BLEEP, BLEED, BREED, BREAD, DREAD/BREAM, DREAM 2. Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be. (Robert Browning) Each letter in the quote is replaced by the second letter that comes after it in the alphabet. 3. Phrase: . . . build a bridge and get over it.
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