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Suggested for ages 2 - 5
- WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE BOO-HOO BABY?
by Cressida Cowell
illustrated by Ingrid Godon
- Cow, duck, bear and dog try everything they can think of to soothe Baby’s prodigious tears.
Subjects: Animals | Babies | Bedtime | Friends | Games
Suggested for ages 10 - 13
- LACROSSE: THE NATIONAL GAME OF THE IROQUOIS
by Diane Hoyt-Goldsmith
photographed by Lawrence Migdale
Holiday House;ISBN: 0823413608;$16.95;1998
- The Iroquois Nation invented the game of lacrosse and still plays it today. How to play the game, its history and that
of the Iroquois, even how to make a wooden “stick” by hand are all revealed in this photo-essay featuring a
Subjects: Games | Indians of North America
Suggested for ages 3 - 6
- LITTLE CLAM
by Lynn Reiser
- Little clams, like little children, don’t always heed the voice of caution. Reiser’s detailed lines and jewel-toned watercolors
add the perfect whimsical dimension to this cautionary tale of bivalve misbehavior.
Subjects: Games | Imagination
Suggested for ages 8 - 11
- LITTLE LIT: FOLKLORE & FAIRY TALE FUNNIES
edited by Art Spiegelman
and Francoise Mouly
- Twelve familiar fairy tales (and more!) retold by an impressive collection of illustrators in the lighthearted, visually energetic style of comic books.
Subjects: Cartoonists | Comics | Fairy Tales | Games | Puzzles | Stories
Suggested for ages 4 - 7
- PETE’S A PIZZA
by William Steig
- To cheer him up, Pete’s parents turn him into a pizza. Everyone that reads this book will want to play this silly game.
Subjects: Food | Games | Imagination
Suggested for ages 7 - 10
- WALTER WICK’S OPTICAL TRICKS
by Walter Wick
- Even the covers of this fascinating book are lessons in deception. From the creator of the “I Spy” series: 15 impeccably
photographed illustrations to baffle the eye and engage the imagination.
Subjects: Games | Optical Illusions | Photography
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