When I spend my days running around after my eight year old, I often long for the evenings when I can chill out and unwind. I’ve always found jigsaw puzzles help to take me off to a different place and away from the stresses of every day life. I received the new Ravensburger Awesome Alphabet A 1000 Piece Puzzle just as my son was going back to school. Always a challenging time for both of us, so being able to spend a few evenings putting this puzzle together and then trying to work out all the A’s contained within it has been a tonic!
The Ravensburger Awesome Alphabet A 1000 Piece Puzzle, is the first in this latest series designed by Colin Thompson. I’ve become a big fan of his puzzles over the last few years. They always have such a wide variety of detail and colour, perfect for someone who isn’t a seventy-five percent blue sky kind of puzzler!
With a Ravensburger puzzle you know you will receive a jigsaw puzzle made from a decent thickness of card, that’s well cut and has excellent image reproduction. Each puzzle comes with a leaflet showing the jigsaw design, information about the artist, and with this series, a list of some of the A’s to be found within the puzzle.
This is the kind of jigsaw puzzle that you can get totally absorbed by. I’ve always love flags, so they’ve been a joy to discover and complete, without all the other objects.
From an Aardvark to the flag of Azerbaijan, with apple pie and an Arctic Tern, amulet, actor and astronaut to find, the Ravensburger Awesome Alphabet A 1000 Piece Puzzle has kept me busy. Puzzling and discovering as I’ve gone along.
The Ravensburger Awesome Alphabet A 1000 Piece Puzzle has been a really enjoyable puzzle to complete. Now I’ve finished it I’m going to enjoy trying to find every A that I can within it, and setting my son the challenge too.
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disclosure: we were sent the item mentioned in exchange for an honest review