The world’s most famous crossword puzzles are back and this time they’re for the whole family.
The latest edition of the best-selling, award-winning puzzle book, which has sold more than 10 million copies, will feature the crossword as part of its main theme of sharing the joy of puzzles with your children and family members.
The puzzle book was published by Random House in March 2016, but was delayed by a series of legal challenges.
In a statement on its website, the publisher said it had been working to get it published since January.
Now it will be published alongside a new version of the book that features a new, more playful, image-driven puzzle design.
The original puzzle book featured a cartoon image that looked like a cross between a cartoon character and a cartoon snake.
It was designed to evoke a sense of wonder and discovery.
But in the intervening years, the crosswords were often too challenging to complete and, as a result, many families were left feeling frustrated.
“We’ve been able to improve it,” said Julie Littler, publisher of Random House Random House Publishing Group.
“The new puzzle book will be more fun, less demanding and, most importantly, the content will be updated to reflect the changes in technology, such as the arrival of digital screens, as well as the fact that we’ve seen more and more crosswords being completed.”
This crossword was published in March.
It is now part of the theme of ‘fun and wonder’ in the new puzzle, with new images that highlight the creativity and innovation of children.
The new book features a cartoon cross between an anthropomorphic snake and a cross with the word ‘puzzles’ in it.
It also features a word for ‘crawl’ and a word to indicate that a person should not move.
Random House says the new crossword will be part of a new theme of crosswords.
The book is part of Random Edition, which is a series featuring more than 100 puzzle books and has been released annually since 1998.