Let's Play: Traditional Games of Childhood.
Camilla Gryski. Illustrated by Dusan Petricic.
"People have been playing games for thousands of years. Games have been played in different ways in other times and places, but the patterns are always the same. We love to jump and hop, throw and catch, chase and hide."
The queen of string figures -- Camilla Gryski -- bring us another entertaining look at childhood pastimes. She includes counting-out rhymes; variants of tag; hide and seek; hunt the thimble; leapfrog; hopscotch; skipping, ball, clapping, and hand games; and jacks and marbles.
Lorraine Douglas is Youth Services Coordinator for the Winnipeg Public Library.
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