The World of Sherlock Holmes: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Immerse yourself in the world of Sherlock Holmes in this detailed jigsaw puzzle depicting the London of his day.
Shakespeare's Britain: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
The beautiful image on this 1,000-piece puzzle is a pictorial map of Britain as it was in 1583, with the geographical settings of Shakespeare’s history plays labeled.
The World of James Joyce: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
This detailed illustration of Joyce's Dublin is packed with real people and fictional characters to seek and find.
The World of Shakespeare: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Shakespeare’s seventeenth-century world is illustrated in absorbing detail in this puzzle depicting the London of his day as 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' is being rehearsed at the Globe.
Nancy Drew Books: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
This 1,000-piece puzzle features pictures of 57 of vintage Nancy Drew mystery book covers.
The World of Jane Austen: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
You’ll find 60 characters and great houses from the novels of Jane Austen, set against the landscapes in which they are featured.
Peter Rabbit at Home: 60-Piece Puzzle
Toddlers and older children will be enchanted by Beatrix Potter's cozy illustration of Peter Rabbit at home under the big fir tree with his mama and siblings Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail. Sixty pieces are perfect for the 4+ year-old set—not too simple, yet not too complex.
Edward Gorey: 1,000-Piece Puzzle
Thoughtfully conceived and engagingly intricate, the puzzle features the image “Untitled” (1965) by the incomparable Edward Gorey, creator of the animated opening sequence of the PBS television series Mystery!
Edward Gorey Dancing Cats: 300-Piece Puzzle
These felines—knitting, skating, balancing, and juggling their way through Edward Gorey's 'Dancing Cats and Neglected Murderesses'—are classic examples of his anthropomorphic animals and Edwardian eccentrics.