November 16-22 is National Games and Puzzles Week.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?

Try The Art of Chess by Colleen Schafroth.

Have you ever needed help with a crossword clue?

Try the Merriam Webster’s Crossword Puzzle Dictionary.

Have you ever wanted to play a fast-paced video or computer game?

Try Kung Fu Panda or I SpyTreasure Hunt.

Have you ever wanted to see if you are Mensa material, i.e., the top 2% of the population in I.Q.?

Try The Mensa Genius ABC Quiz Book by Alan Stillson.

Have you ever wanted to put a jigsaw puzzle together but didn’t want to go out and buy one?

Try our collection at the Main Library. You can check out these 500-2000 piece puzzles just like a book! Where are they? You can find them the northeast corner of the first floor, behind the Reference section.

2 Thoughts on “Let’s Play!

  1. My 6-year old nephew Ben regularly checks out Wii games from the Davenport Library. He tells me they have a cool collection of video games. I’ve played Mario Kart with him and had no idea what I was doing. I lost. I’m sure that’s why he loves to play with me. Thanks for offering games, and jigsaw puzzles. Those are more my speed!

  2. Jigsaw puzzles are more my speed, too! I always lose at Wii!

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