Ready for some unusual and unexpected words to search for in large print word search puzzles? You’ll not find words like Ironjaw, Left Hand Bear, or Saucy Calf in other word search books!
When traveling throughout these United States, you will often see a sign giving the name of the river or creek that you are about to cross over or drive by. But do you even notice the names? Included in these 150 word search puzzles are some interesting and even entertaining names of bodies of water that you likely will never see when driving through the country.
Whether you are young in age or young at heart, you will get a kick out of some of them, a good belly laugh out of others, and just shake your head at a good many more. But with the larger print in this book, you’ll have fun working through these puzzles without straining your eyes … whether you can pronounce the names or not!
From The Back Cover …
Did you know that there are thousands and thousands of rivers, lakes, creeks and other bodies of water and waterways to be found across the United States? While some of them have well-known (and boring!) names like White, Elm and Snake, there are so many more interesting ones like Rotten Pumpkin, Frog Mortar and Wiggletail.
Milk and Mush, Burnt Bacon, and Toe Jam might not make you Hungry for any Breakfast, but Coffee, Lemonade and Kool-Aid will keep you from being Thirsty. Purgatory and the Devils Punch Bowl go Hand In Hand with Hellzapoppin, while Christ, the Holy Ghost, and Church will be around till Kingdom Come.
A Bucking Mule with a Fleabite or a Kicking Horse with One Shoe will likely give you a Broken Rib or a Sore Finger, while a Dancing Rabbit or a Laughing Whitefish will make you smile.
Maybe you can figure out how to pronounce Kauhioaiakini, Niykhapakhit, or Tchoutacabouffa, but who even knows what Huffstuttle, Slumgullion, and Spurwink refer to!! It’s all Gweek to me … and maybe to you too. Look for all of these and more than 5000 others within the 150 word search puzzles in this book.
So grab a pencil and kick back and enjoy “These United States.”