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1953 1st year edition; illustrated by Ida Scheib; Garden City Books publishers, New York; hardbound in decorative grey boards with red and black images and lettering; good condition with minor frays - an inside page has small cut at bottom; board edges slight bumps; overall good condition book; no dust jacket.

 

Kirkus Review -

The author of Jobs That Take You Places (McKay) and The Real Book About Magic (Watts), both vigorous books, talks about games with equal vim. Icebreakers, active and quiet, indoor and outdoor, boisterous, for two people--are the categories into which he divides the activities. There are variations on the old along with some newest of new and all are presented in an easy breezy informality that should entice -- and un-ice. Ida Scheib's black and white have the right kind of humor.

A Real Book of Games by Joseph Leeming

SKU: BS92z
$16.00Price