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A Path Among Books Puzzle Details:

About: Join us on a path among books in today's new jigsaw puzzle game because we're going to a library. Click start and follow the path between row after row of book shelves, pick a book or two you like and let's find our way back to the library checkout desk.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 22/May/2015

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