At home, at the same time as commuting, all the way through lunch hours…people world wide are eagerly working on Sudoku puzzles whenever and wherever they are able to!
Created in the United States, these intriguing conundrums were originally referred to as Number Place puzzles. Their contemporary rise in popularity began in Japan, where the name translated as sudoku. Here we’ve indicated the skill level necessary to complete every sudoku book in this series in the same way Japanese karate levels are ranked: by different colored belts. This is the White Belt volume, a great introduction for any person who wants to find the easiest beginner’s challenge.
It’s unattainable to complete only one sudoku at a time, because solving them is habit-forming!