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Tiny Games for Kids

Hide&Seek Hide&Seek

Publisher: Osprey Games

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"Amusing, raucous and inventive†? -The Guardian 
From award winning game designers Hide&Seek come tons of brand new games for real-world play. Tiny Games takes traditional parlour games and adds a touch of modern game design know-how to allow any number of players to have fun whatever they're doing. Games for baths, games for parties, and games for cheeky monkeys. Whether you're feeling creative or competitive, silly or energetic, we've got you covered. 
Specially designed for parents to play with young children, Tiny Games for Kids will let you find the perfect game for whatever situation you're in. Tiny Games for Kids is a companion piece to Tiny Games for Work, Tiny Games for Home and Tiny Games for Trips, with games specially designed to suit your circumstances. Combine all the Tiny Games books for a more playful existence.

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