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The Book of Card Games for Little Kids Paperback – September 11, 2000
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Deal out Noah's Ark, and save the Lions, Hippos, and Zebras from the flood. Win lots of "nibblies" in Feed the Kitty by getting rid of your cards first. Bark when you spot a matching pair in Woof. And avoid fishing from the Amazon. Gather your friends, your brothers and sisters, your parents-your baby-sitter!-and get ready to have a blast with each of these 33 animal-based card games. The only hard part is deciding which one to play first.
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This package includes a Game Rules book plus a deck of 40 cards, which uses Family Members (Father/Mother/Sister/Brother) instead of the typical Hearts/Diamonds/Clubs/Spades, and jungle animals rather than numbers/royalty cards. The book teaches the kids "young" versions of card games, from "memory" to Rummy to War and many many more!
Awesome, awesome, awesome! VERY welcome change of pace from Hi-Ho-Cherry-O and Chutes-and-Ladders! I'm looking forward now to "MORE Card Games for Little Kids".
Unfortunately, the book is worthless without the cards, and try as I may I can't seem to get the deck from distributor or publisher. Amazon kindly reimbursed me my money for this transaction.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book does not come with the cards to be used in the games. They are special cards. Regular cards do not work,Published 6 months ago by carolee lawrence
My daughter got this game for Christmas from her grandparents. She spent two weeks of her Christmas visit playing lots of games from the book. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lisa
This was purchased for my 3-1/2 year-old granddaughter. Easy to learn and a lot of fun. Educational as well.