Sale Puzzles

Was $19.99, now $5

1,000 pieces.

Pairs perfctly with the book Vintage Roses: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden by Jane Eastoe and Georgianna Lane.

27 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, finished size.

Photograph by Georgianna Lane.

Invigorate your brain and brighten your day with a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle from Gibbs Smith. Gathered around a table with family or friends, or tackled solo: images inspired by our books means there is a puzzle for everyone and every interest.


Was $19.99, now $5

1,000 pieces

27 1⁄2" x 19 1⁄2" finished size


$5.00
SKU: S9781423656975

Was $19.99, now $5

1,000 pieces.

Pairs beautifully with the book Peonies: Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden by Jane Eastoe and Georgianna Lane.

27 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, finished size.

Photography by Georgianna Lane.

Gathered around a table with family or friends, or tackled solo: images inspired by our books means there is a puzzle for everyone and every interest.


Was $19.95; Now $5


$10.00
SKU: ParlorDracula

50% off! Was $24.99, now $12.49

Dealt from a deck of 400 answer cards, complete modern musings such as, “The most attractive feature on a person is . . .” with phrases pulled directly from Bram Stoker himself.

For fans of the classic horror novel Dracula, and for fans of anything but. Not even your high school English teacher knew classic literature could be this uproariously clever. 


50% off! Was $24.99, now $12.49

Dealt from a deck of 400 answer cards, complete modern musings such as, “Just tell the judge to ….” with phrases pulled directly from the Bard himself. Your sense of humor paired with Shakespeare’s quick wit will prove (with refreshing hilarity) just how winsome his words remain in the twenty-first century.

For fans of William Shakespeare and classic literature, and for fans of anything but. Not even your high school English teacher knew Shakespeare could be this uproariously clever. 


50% off! Was $24.99, now $12.49

Dealt from a deck of 400 answer cards, complete modern musings such as, “The secret to a happy marriage is….” with phrases pulled directly from Pride & Prejudice. Put a new spin on a literary classic by turning this novel of manners into a comedy of errors. 

For fans of Jane Austen and classic literature, and for fans of anything but. Not even your high school English teacher knew Jane Austen could be this uproariously clever. It’s like reading the book . . . but funner.