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HangSpider (Hangman for kids) (Volume 4)

by C. Mahoney

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 149033033X, Paperback)

Hangman? No, don't hang a man. Hang a spider. Spiders love hanging around. Did you know that some spiders slurp digestive juices onto their prey? Or that some spiders use their fangs to dig in the dirt? Or that each of a spider's eight legs has seven segments? Or that a typical field of wild grass and bushes and trees contains about a million spiders? Or that all spiders (except one species) has venom? Or that spiders are only interested in living prey? Or that spiders have no need to drink water? Or that most spiders eat other spiders? Or that very few spiders are willing to take on an ant, a wasp, or a hornet? It's all true. These and more facts await you inside this book of fifty challenging hangman, I mean, hangspider puzzles. Oh, did I mention that in order to decrypt each letter you must solve a mathematical problem based on exponents? Hangman for the nature lovers. Hangman for the Gifted. Hangman for you.

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