Test Yourself! Quiz Books
These attractive, enlightening, write-in quiz books offer a daily dose of self-discovery and intellectual challenges.
Thomas J. Craughwell and Salvatore Didato
Each book comes with attractive rounded corners, an elastic closure, and is small enough to fit in a purse or bag for mental stimulation during your commute, in waiting rooms, or during any chance you can sneak a short break for self-discovery into your day. To top it all off, each book comes with an afforable price tag, but is attractive enough to give as a gift.
Who Are You? Test Your Personality is an enlightening collection of simple personality tests designed to answer who you are, how you got that way, and what, if anything, you can or should do to change.
Who Are You? Test Your Emotional Intelligence includes tests that will analyze your emotional intelligence from a variety of perspectives, help pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses, and reveal hidden aspects of your personality.
How Smart Are You? Test Your IQ offers brain-stumping questions to help determine whether you are a logical thinker, numerical whiz, or spatially-inclined, as well as other strengths.
How Smart Are You? Test Your Math IQ collects challenging tests and puzzles to help you hone your math skills, which are used daily, from shopping to budgeting to bill paying, not to mention (shudder) tax season.
Perfect for a handbag, briefcase, or knapsack, these entertaining and enlightening quiz books are great to have on hand anytime and anywhere!
Thomas J. Craughwell is an author and problem solver. He has traced the evolution of Manhattan’s urban legends, Alligators in the Sewer; sorted out fact from fiction in old wives’ tales, Do Blue Bedsheets Bring Babies?; identified the patron saints of bloggers and vegetarians, This Saint Will Change Your Life; and resurrected a long-forgotten story from 1876, when a gang of hapless Irish immigrant counterfeiters tried to kidnap the body of Abraham Lincoln—and almost got away with it, Stealing Lincoln’s Body. Tom lives in Bethel, Connecticut.
Salvatore Didato is a clinical psychologist and has been a television, newspaper, and radio commentator on human affairs. He is the author of Psychotechniques, and his numerous articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including Parade, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, and The New York Times.