??? Bookworm!

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. (you can find a clue to most missing words in brackets after the prompt)
1. To a page means to turn it down and flatten it to remember the page. (3-3)

2. You can't judge a book by its . You have to go deeper than just skim the surface. (the outside of a book)

3. the books means to add up the debits and credits of an account and determine if everything is accurate. (a titerope walker has to do this)

4. To the books means to falsify financial information with the intention of defrauding someone. (what people normally do in a kitchen)

5. She used every in the book to persuade him to sign the contract. (a conjurer does these)

6. He told her a pack of lies and she found out. He's really in her books now! (5 letters - a colour)

7. He managed to increase the business by 20%, so he's in the management's books. (4 letters)

8. Before the TV interviews, the Prime Minister did her best to make sure all her party's politicians were singing from the same book. (4 letters - religious book of song)

9. This is the third time Joe has been arrested for robbery - this time the judge is definitely going to the book at him! (hurl)

10. Peter's really knowledgeable. I suppose it's because when he was young he always had his stuck into a book. (part of your face)

11. Mary deleted the computer files by mistake! Of course the boss was livid! She really has blotted her book! (On a pc, you do this, then paste)

12. A book's is a short introduction usually written by someone who is eminent or expert in the subject.