I'm not quite sure how I got it though. Either I had an extra $2.95 in my six-year-old budget (which is highly unlikely considering the arcade game/juke box demand of the time) or I was able to convince my parents that this book was worth three bucks just because it was something E.T. related.
Then there's the E.T. Games and Activities book. This likely came from a school-sponsored book order and is much more in line with my reading and ability level of the time.
Here are a few examples of the easier puzzles -- although, I'm pretty sure it wasn't soda that E.T. was throwing back when he raided the fridge.