Button, Button, Who's Got the Button 101 Button Games by Hajo Buecken
  

Synopsis

Button, Button, Who's Got the Button 101 Button Games by Hajo Buecken

Buttons are easy to find, fun to collect, and they can provide the family with lots of games to play. The author takes a light-hearted look at a hundred and one games from the very easy to the more challenging. They range from simple guessing games, games using boards or table-tops, to games of imagination, wit and creativity.

Reviews

'You can flick them, arrange them, stack them, thread them and reminisce over where they came from - but even better than that, you can have endless fun with them now thanks to this book. Filled from cover to cover with 101 ways to entertain your family with a simple jar of buttons. They don't need batteries, they don't bleep and they pack away in a small container. Stuck for simple party games? Then look no further than this delightful book.' - Jackie Harris, Worcester Evening News, 28 August 2004'

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Hajo Buecken
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Publisher

Publication date

1st January 1995

ISBN

9780863152146


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