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Blog Tour - Scripture Puzzlers


About the book: Master the scriptures and have fun doing it! Find hidden messages, work through puzzles, and unscramble clues as you learn the essential truths found in scripture mastery passages. Perfect for seminary, Sunday School, family night, personal scripture study, or missionary preparation, this book of puzzles is anything but trivial!                                                                                                          My review: What a great way to learn scripture mastery scriptures! I loved the way there are several styles of puzzles. I loved the way that they are organized in this book too. It's easy to pick the scriptures that you are wanting to be working on and find the puzzle that goes with it. I can't wait to use this book with our family for home evenings, or just to help our daughter memorize her scriptures for seminary.

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

About the authors: MaryAlice Wallis is the co-author of the award winning LDS Puzzle Pals and LDS Puzzle Pals- Prophets and Apostles. She graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She is a longtime member of the Golden Quill Writers Group and past member and presenter at American Night Writers Association, Northwest Chapter. She freelance writes children’s literature and Young Adult fiction and is currently writing a homeschooling resource book. MaryAlice and her husband David homeschooled their four children and are experiencing life as half-empty nesters. Their family loves traveling to the beach from their home in the Pacific Northwest.

Charolette Lindstrom is the co-author of two other puzzle books; LDS Puzzle Pals and LDS Puzzle Pals- Prophets and Apostles (under the name C G Lindstrom). She has written many puzzles for The Friend magazine and has stories published in The Friend, The New Era and Cricket magazines. She is an original member of the Golden Quill Writers Group in Southwest Washington. She is also a member of the American Night Writers Association (ANWA). A graduate of Utah State University, she currently teaches 2nd grad in Longview, Washington.



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  1. Thank you so much for your review. Blessings to all you puzzler fans. We are thrilled to offer this book for you! xo

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