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Looking for a great gift for a Sudoku fan? A year of puzzling fun could be just the thing!

Sudoku Classic 2006 Calendar
Available from September 15, 2005 this calendar is by David Bodycombe. He is an experienced puzzle compiler having created puzzles for Channel 4's 'The Crystal Maze' and Radio 4's 'X Marks the Spot', writes columns in the Daily Expresss and Daily Telegraph and won the gold medal in the 1999 World Creative Thinking Championship
Find Sudoku Classic 2006 Calendar at Amazon.co.uk
Find Sudoku Classic 2006 Calendar at Amazon.com
The Original Sudoku Calendar 2006 The Original Sudoku Calendar 2006
365 authentic Sudoku puzzles, from “Easy” to “ Very Difficult”, all hand-crafted puzzles, not computer generated, created by Nikoli, the Japanese originator of Sudoku.
Find The Original Sudoku Calendar 2006 at Amazon.co.uk
Find The Original Sudoku Calendar 2006 at Amazon.com
The Times Samurai Sudoku Calendar 2006
This 2006 wall calendar features 13 previously unpublished Samurai Su Doku puzzles as they appear in The London Times.
Find The Times Samurai Sudoku Calendar 2006 at Amazon.co.uk
The Times Su Doku Boxed Calendar 2006
Available October 15, 2005
Find The Times Su Doku Boxed Calendar 2006 at Amazon.co.uk
Find The Times Su Doku Boxed 2006 Calendar at Amazon.com
Penguin Sudoku 2006
A Years Supply of Sudokus and Some Fiendish New Japanese Puzzles, published on 4th November.
Find Penguin Sudoku 2006 at Amazon.com





Sudoku Quotes and Tips
It's not a complicated puzzle, there aren't any complicated rules and you don't need any particular language - no dictionary or library full of reference books, it's just between you and the puzzle.
Wayne Gould, Father of the current Sudoku craze.


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