Sudoku is still going strong! The tenth book in the series, Jumbo Sudoku Explosion covers 8 different puzzles and is for every Sudoku fan at every level. Included are over 250 brand-new puzzles to challenge and entertain those new to solving as well as die-hard fans. Each puzzle is on an oversize grid and included are the regular puzzles plus Kakuro, Killer, Samurai, Overlap and more!
A profile of the media giant founder of such magazines as Time, Life and Fortune documents his childhood as the son of missionaries, university years and prescient beliefs that transformed the magazine industry. By the National Book Award-winning author of Voices of Protest.
The next instalment in the popular " Jumbo Sudoku" series, " Jumbo Sudoku Blowout" includes over 275 all-new puzzles. The popular numerical brainteaser is a fun way to work your brain, and Sudoku fans of all levels will love this collection. " Jumbo Sudoku Blowout" includes classic Sudoku as well as Samurai, Kakuro, Killer, and `Son of Sudoku` (Futoshiki puzzles) . All of the puzzles are rated on a scale of gentle to fiendish and have additional tips to make solving easier.
There is no other organization whose inner workings are more secretive than the Vatican - the spiritual and physical center - of the Catholic Church. Now, with a dynamic new leader in Pope Francis, all eyes are upon the church, as this immensely popular Pope seeks to bring the church back from the right to center, in what can almost be described as a populist stance, blurring the lines between politics, religion and culture. With topics including women, finance, scandal, and reform at the fore, never before have so many eyes been upon the church in what could be its defining moment for modern times. Now the most respected journalist covering the Vatican and the Catholic Church today, John L. Allen, reveals the inner workings of the Vatican to display the vast machinery, and the man at the helm in a way that no other writer can.The Boston Globe has stated that John L. Allen 'is basically the reporter that bishops and cardinals call to find out what's going on within the confines of the Vatican.'