Pencil & Paper Games by
  

Pencil & Paper Games

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Part of the Tear-Off Pads Series

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Synopsis

Pencil & Paper Games by

Amidst endless apps and computer games, there is still an important place for simple yet engaging games, played with just a piece of paper and a pencil. Whether your battery's flat, you're suffering from 'screen fatigue', or you just prefer traditional games, this write-in, tear-off pad is for you, featuring over one hundred games to play.

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'Put down that tablet and pick up a different sort of pad for some old-fashioned holiday fun. You'll be amazed by just how much entertainment you can have with this book - and it won't even need charging' - Sunday Express'

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Paperback
204 pages

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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st June 2015

ISBN

9781409581352


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