Go Julius! Go Fish Card Game by Paul Frank Industries
  

Synopsis

Go Julius! Go Fish Card Game by Paul Frank Industries

The popular card game kids love has never been so much fun! Julius and his friends take center stage as players compete to collect as many of the same cards as possible and create sets of each character. The oversized cards are housed in an elegant drawer box with a ribbon drawstring, making them durable for years.

About the Author

Paul Frank Industries (PFI) began in 1995 and today, is one of the most visible product lines in the world. Specialising in uniquely designed T-shirts, pyjamas, accessories and home furnishings, PFI collections are available at top retailers and their products have appeared in numerous movies and TV shows. Inspired by music, art and entertainment, the Paul Frank artists have designed items as varied as guitar straps for The White Stripes.

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Book Info

Format

Game
42 pages

Author

Paul Frank Industries
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

1st November 2011

ISBN

9781452102788


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