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Difficult Riddles For Smart Kids: 300 Difficult Riddles And Brain Teasers Families Will Love (Books for Smart Kids)

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Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2019

Review:They changed the scenario to be more appropriate (see image). Great book. Read more

Engineer Chick
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2018

Review:My father likes to come over and "torture" his grandkids with riddles. One of his favorites "What two coins makes 55 cents and one is not a nickle"......The kids get frustrated and angry with him when he finally gives in and tells them it's a 50 cent piece and a nickle! They argue that one isn't a nickle and he chuckles and says exactly "ONE isn't a nickle" He did this to me growing up and now carries the tradition on with them. Well, I decided to help them out and arm them with some riddles of their own for when their Paw Paw shows up. I have a 9 yr old and a 16 yr old and they both loved this book. It gave them tons of riddles that were difficult enough to frustrate an old riddle pro! They had a great time stumping their grandfather. The riddles range in difficulty. But they are not baby riddles. So adults would enjoy this book too. I think this book would be great to use at a party as well with adults. Test your friends logical skills and see how many you can get! Great little book, totally worth every penny! Read more

Kami J.
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2019

Review:This book is good with one minor flaw.. there was a questionable riddle that I would not consider family friendly. See attached photo. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2019

Review:Got this book for my 4th and 2nd grader. So far we did Half of the 300 riddles and they love it. This is a great exercise in thinking outside of the box. Some of the riddles are a little long but most of them are just one short sentence that teaches the kids to paying attention to the question and it’s wording. This is a skill that for sure will be useful at school. I am really happy with the purchase. Read more

Mark Cote
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2019

Review:The Title of this book is "Difficult Riddles for Smart Kids" but up to page 34 the book is "Grandma, I want to Hear Your Story". Wow, never bought a book with a title and content discrepancy! Return for sure. Read more

Kindle Customer
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2018

Review:Got this for my Grandson who loves to read. He carries this everywhere and asked us riddles when we need something to do in the car, waiting for supper to be done, or anytime. Gives us more interaction with the avid reader in our family! Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2018

Review:Neither myself or the very smart 11 year old I gave it too could understand the questions, much less answer them. Some random guy self-published a list of word problems, with no context or help given to help solve them. A complete waste of money! Read more

Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2018

Review:I am reviewing the Kindle edition specifically. Content-wise, I'm happy with the purchase, but the formatting makes this quite cumbersome to use. There are no hyperlinks in the text connecting the riddles in the front of the book to their answers at the back of the book, so every single time you want an answer to a riddle you will have to go to the back of the book and manually find the corresponding riddle number to find the answer. Even if you bookmark the page where the answers begin, it is STILL cumbersome, as only 8-14 answers appear per page (depending on landscape or portrait mode). There are 300 riddles total. Every other riddle book I've purchased on Kindle had hyperlinks connecting the riddles to their answers. I'm really confused why they wouldn't add this feature, honestly it just seems lazy. Read more

Ben Rogoff

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 28, 2018

Review:My son loves riddles so actually he's rather enjoyed this book but OH MY - this is just a collection of riddles probably sourced on the Internet, assembled and then put together in a terribly large font (presumably to make the book feel bigger) and then printed on toilet paper. Sorry to moan, but I have bought some truly awful books on Amazon this Xmas and unless Amazon raises the bar significantly, I will be back to Waterstones where at least I know someone human has actually looked at what they're selling. Get a grip. Read more

Gillian Cooper

Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 3, 2019

Review:What an uninspiring, boring book! There aren’t any pictures, fun layouts or enticing words... just page after page of numbered riddles in a black and white list format. I wouldn’t recommend this for children (or adults for that matter), such a disappointment. Read more


Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 21, 2018

Review:Surprised by all the positive reviews. Some of the riddles are ok, but I found lots of typos and repetition. The book looks cheap and amateurish too, with a very flimsy cover and no illustrations inside. Not what I was expecting. Read more

The Dom of Prescot

Date:Reviewed in Canada on September 6, 2018

Review:we got that for our grandchild in Canada. Now he take it and harass is parents with Riddles, they cannot cope anymore! they are riddles out, sweet. Job done happy grandparents. Read more


Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 31, 2018

Review:This was a hit and kept us entertained for ages. The nice thing is that the child has the answers rather than the adults so kids get to feel clever. Many of the riddles work well and are relevant to kids but also tricky even for adults (until you hear the answers, and then they are easy!). There is mixed quality in the questions though, with most of the best ones coming in the first section. Some, particularly in later sections, are weak or a repetition of previous ideas. 8 yr old girl enjoyed it lots. I think it's best suited to ages 8 to 13. Read more

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