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Assortment Of Pumpkins And Squashes Puzzle Details:

About: In this fun and colorful puzzle game we feature an assortment of pumpkins and squashes. Big and small, orange, green, yellow, white of a combination of them - the pumpkins and squashes in this fun game will give you the challenge you need from your daily jigsaw game. If you didn't know, squashes are good sources of nutrients, such as vitamin A and vitamin C. They are using in many recipes for pies, biscuits, bread, desserts, puddings, beverages, and soups.

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