A Baker's Dozen | Thirteen Visual Puzzles

A counting book of sorts, A Baker’s Dozen, presents thirteen numerical idioms in the form of visual puzzles.

Let’s talk turkey. An idiom is a colloquial figure of speech. It is a combination of words that has a figurative meaning owing to common usage.
Throw your hat in the ring. A Baker’s Dozen, presents thirteen numerical idioms in the form of visual puzzles. There is a puzzle for each number, 1–13. Use the number, and the visual clues, to guess the idiom depicted.
The rules of the puzzles is explained on the book's jacket flap.
A four-letter word.
Six of one, half dozen of the other.
Seventh heaven.
The eleventh hour.
Close only counts in horseshoes. Whether you’ve come up short or done a clean sweep, the answer key in the back of the book reveals the answers—They are sure to delight.

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