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Bookopoly Board Game
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- For ages 8 years and above
- Includes sculpted tokens
- For 2 to 6 players
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Tell me, who needs properties when you can have books? Houses and hotels when you can have bookstores and libraries? Is there really any comparison? Except that maybe, the more money you have, the more books you get and time to read them!
When I first saw this game,I wanted to know more details than the box provided, so I'd like to share some details with you other inquisitive's who are wondering whether or not to purchase this:
The tokens are icons from various books. ie: A carousel horse from The Catcher in the Rye, a whale from Moby Dick, a fly from Lord of the Flies, a ship, glasses and a book worm.
The four railroads are Genres
The electric co. and water works are Imagination and Big Brain
The community chest and chance are Knowledge and Explore
Pass 'Read' to collect your $[...]
Go to jail by Watching TV
Just Visiting is Excercise your mind
Free Parking is Free Dreams
Taxes are Book club Fee
When I play this, I am reminded of the many classics that I haven't read, and am inspired to read them! This is a fun version of monopoly. Great gift for a booklover!
The only negative I found is after a few plays everyone knows the answers to the questions,. You could always make up your own cards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Played just like regular Monopoly but everything is book related. Lots of fun!Published 17 months ago by Margaret A. Lassig
Monopoly with bookish twist, we ordered this game particularly as we had friends coming who love to play board games, and we really enjoyed this.Published on May 2, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This reading manipulative invites students into a world of literacy. In the digital divide it is a formidable challenge to engage adolescent reluctant readers to read... Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Regina M. Hendrix-Brown
This is a more educational form of Monopoly. I played it with my ten-year-old granddaughter who loved it. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by Phyllis M. Holt
This game was purchased as a Christmas game for the family so we have not played it yet. We are looking forward to it.Published on December 1, 2007 by Alice Baker