100 Games to Play by Rebecca Gilpin, Antonia Miller
  

Synopsis

100 Games to Play by Rebecca Gilpin, Antonia Miller

In an age when most parents are keen for their children to spend less time looking at a TV, mobile phone, or games console, this book is the perfect antidote, featuring the rules for one hundred games that can be played with little or no equipment, including memory games, traditional games like naughts and crosses, and action games to play outside.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Rebecca Gilpin, Antonia Miller
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Publication date

1st February 2015

ISBN

9781409587590


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