BOOK OF GAMES AND ENTERTAINMENT THE WORLD OVER by Marguerite ckis

BOOK OF GAMES AND ENTERTAINMENT THE WORLD OVER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Book of G. and E. the world over, and over and over. . . . Chamber of commerce dollops on local festivals, snatches of rhymed games and song, sporadic attempts to catalogue the conglomeration. Haiku poems, English tea schedules, ""Ring Around the Rosie"" and ""London Bridge."" Splatterings of festivals, traditions from the West, Africa, Far East, etc., and for some reason one would rather not think about--several doings from Vietnam. A hodge-podge too diffuse for efficient use. By the author of The Book of Patriotic Holidays, Festival Holidays, etc., etc.

Pub Date: Nov. 18th, 1968
Publisher: Dodd, Mead