GOOD HOUSEKEEPING'S BOOK OF HOME ENTERTAINMENT by Eds. of Good Housekeeping

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING'S BOOK OF HOME ENTERTAINMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

To check the creeping intellectual paralysis of the home screen habitue, this is a fine collection of mental teasers and twisters and all ages can do, enjoy doing, and benefit from a good many of these word puzzles; anagrams; riddles; problems (in words- or numbers); cryptograms; chess and checker problems; etc. For larger groups (or smaller) there are suitable party games, quizzes, card games; etc. and for those that like to keep their wits about them and put them to some use, there's plenty of entertainment. A gift idea for a host or hostess, or a bed-bound patient, easily suggests itself.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1961
Publisher: World