The Book of Card Games for Little Kids by Gail MacColl
  

The Book of Card Games for Little Kids

Written by Gail MacColl
Illustrated by Michael Gelen

RRP £9.99

Synopsis

The Book of Card Games for Little Kids by Gail MacColl

How do you follow a million-copy bestseller? With Hungry Hyenas, Puppy Snap, Game Warden, Little Fish, Brothers & Sisters. With old favorites like Catch the Cat, Safari, Creature Feature, Woof, Gorilla War. And classics with a twist-Girl Power, Amazon, Feed the Kitty, Jungle Rummy. A new book from the author of the enormously successful The Book of Cards for Kids, with over 1.1 million copies in print, Card Games for Little Kids offers over 30 card games specially designed for the littlest members of the family. They-along with their siblings, friends, and parents-will delight in these extra-fun, extra-noisy games that require barking, roaring, shouting, slapping, and sometimes even jumping around like a monkey. Packaged with the two-color illustrated book is a customized, oversized, four-color 40-card deck that features ten different animal suits of a mother, father, brother, and sister. The illustrations are bright and cheerful-skateboarding elephants, jump-roping rhinos, giraffes, tigers, and other animals-and all but irresistible. Deal 'em.

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Book Info

Format

Novelty book
Contains Paperback and Miscellaneous print
112 pages

Author

Gail MacColl
More books by Gail MacColl

Publisher

Workman Publishing

Publication date

30th March 2001

ISBN

9780761107088

Publisher Profile

Workman Publishing is an imprint of Workman

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Workman Publishing Company, a medium-sized independent publisher, is the creator of award-winning calendars, cookbooks, parenting/pregnancy guides, and fun, educational children’s titles.

Publisher's Website

www.workman.com


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