Product Description Revisit your favorite memories of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood with nine 96-piece jigsaw puzzles that you put together right in the book! It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood, as you’ll find in this collection of nine 96-piece jigsaw puzzles featuring memorable moments in the life of Fred Rogers and his classic TV show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Each puzzle is packed (and can be assembled) in a spacer page and is accompanied by anecdotes about the television series and the lessons Mister Rogers taught us—from friendship and kindness to inclusivity and patience. The back side of each puzzle shows a color-coded bonus puzzle for easy identification. Plus, hidden underneath each puzzle on the spacer page is an inspiring quote from Mister Rogers. This go-anywhere book is perfect for fans of the show and jigsaw puzzle enthusiasts alike. Relive the nostalgia of the neighbor who taught us life’s lessons. Get to know the Jigsaw Puzzle Book series! These unique books of puzzles are perfect for jigsaw fans of all ages! Each book in the series features nine 96-piece puzzles, and every spread offers a brand-new puzzle, which is securely housed in a tray built directly into the page. Remove the pieces and work on the puzzles on a table, or assemble your jigsaw masterpieces directly in the trays. The reverse sides of each puzzle’s jigsaw pieces are color-coordinated with the trays so that you’ll never worry about the pieces of different puzzles getting mixed together. Each puzzle is also accompanied by interesting stories and fun facts that add a richness to the images you are piecing together. A puzzle key for all nine puzzles can be found on inside back cover. And don’t miss the surprise—as you remove the puzzle pieces from the tray, you’ll reveal a special message printed on the inside of the tray. The Jigsaw Puzzle Book series offers an engaging new twist on the joy of puzzling! About the Author Jennifer (Jenna) McGuiggan co-authored Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: A Visual History (Clarkson Potter, 2019). Her essays have appeared in Hippocampus Magazine, The Rappahannock Review, online for Prairie Schooner and Brevity, and elsewhere. She has been nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology and was a finalist in contests from The Orison Anthology, Prime Number Magazine, Hunger Mountain. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Jenna resides in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.