Last year, I saw they had posted on Facebook that they were giving away the Christmas puzzles and I thought why not. I downloaded it to see what it was all about. I'm glad I did. It was good fun and a nice way to get into work. When Valentines day came along they again posted a free book and I again downloaded it. Another nice fun bit for the train into work. I later decided to do an internet search can see what else they had available and found a bunch over on Amazon. I started making purchases because I'm first and foremost addicted to all things puzzling. But really, this was another attempt to get the bug interested in puzzles. I mean she loves books as much as I do and I thought she might want to have a go at these. I was pretty pleased when I brought my iPad to Disney one day and she and her cousins spent all the ride wait time playing with the puzzles in the books. I loved it because the beginning of each of the books are easy enough for kids to work out, but become progressively more difficult as you work through the book. So not only are these good fun for the kids, but I enjoyed them as well. I don't own a Kindle, but I do have the kindle app on my iPhone and iPad and they work pretty well on both. Heck, Bug has even downloaded some to her phone to play on the bus. Can't go wrong when that happens.
In the mean time,I highly recommend these to any who are interested in a nice set of graded puzzles.