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A Book And A Cup Of Tea Puzzle Details:

About: What better way to relax and catch up on some reading then with a hot cup of tea and a piece of delicious and healthy fruit. We've got all of the above in the image featured in this fun new puzzle. Complete it as fast as you can by rearranging the pieces in their correct position and rebuild all the elements of the picture: the book, the cup of tea and the three green pears. Enjoy.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 01/Feb/2018

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