Celebrating Board Games

Celebrating Board Games This beautiful and nostalgic pictorial celebration of board games will transport readers back to a simpler time, when child s play didn t involve video games or computer screens of any kind More than 100 of the best are featured, from the 19th century until today, with pictures of both the boards and the various pieces They include Animal Crackers, which dates from 1883 Across the Continent 1888 the ever popular children s favorite Candyland1938 Nurse Ames 1944 the mystery game Clue 1950 Elvis 1958 and many Some are well known, others rare, but they will surely send readers scrambling to their old toy chests to play another round. New Download [ Celebrating Board Games ] author [ Nina Chertoff ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • Celebrating Board Games
  • Nina Chertoff
  • English
  • 03 December 2018
  • 1402738951

10 thoughts on “Celebrating Board Games

  1. says:

    Like a miniature coffee table book, Celebrating Board Games is light on the reading and heavy on the photos It s not an exhaustive history of board games, but a small collection of pictures of colorful boards, delightful artwork, and well crafted tokens and miniatures I could ve done without all of the back in the simpler times of the 1950s talk on a few pages, including the introduction It s one of my pet peeves whenever writers do this it s lazy writing that tries to pass off as being no Like a miniature coffee table book, Celebrating Board Games is light on the reading and heavy on the photos It s not an exhaustive history of board games, but a small collection of pictures of colorful boards, delightful artwork, and well crafted tokens and miniatures I could ve done without all of the back in the simpler times of the 1950s talk on a few pages, including the introduction It s one of my pet peeves whenever writers do this it s lazy writing that tries to pass off as being nostalgic while ignoring simple truths like racial and gender inequality To their credit, the authors do acknowledge this harsher reality, calling attention to some of the politically incorrect their words graphics and wording of some of the games I like to believe that we live in aenlightened time so...

  2. says:

    A fun trip down memory lane Very nostalgic for those who can remember these games from their childhood This is a rather small book with lots of pictures.

  3. says:

    A very simple book, with lots of photos of interesting games, but not much text.

  4. says:

    Personally, I love board games I love to play any game, no matter what it is, just for the joy of playing Maybe that is why I worked for SEGA in the early 90 s I don t need to win, I just like to play So, when my mother gave me a copy of Celebrating Board Games for Christmas last month, I was excited to read this book Boy, oh boy, don t I wish I could play some of the games shown here in beautiful color on these pages There were a few times when I turned the page, froze, and thought, Hold Personally, I love board games I love to play any game, no matter what it is, just for the joy of playing Maybe that is why I worked for SEGA in the early 90 s I don t need to win, I just like to play So, when my mother gave me a copy of Celebrating Board Games for Christmas last month, I was excited to read this book Boy, oh boy, don t I wish I could play some of the games shown here in beautiful color on these pages There were a few times when I turned the page, froze, and thought, Hold up Hey, I remember that game What happened to all my games that I had as a child I bet my mother either threw them away or sold them in garage sales Either way, it is a bummer that I no longer have them, except a cartoon version of Clue, which I love, and The Partridge Family game, which is simple but satisfying The authors took some beautiful pictures of these games and I want to thank Tony Elam, the owner of all of these games, for letting the authors view his collection and pick his brain So, if ...

  5. says:

    If you were looking for an in depth book about the history of board games, this isn t the book your looking for.If you re looking for an excuse me Bathroom table or coffee table book, this is probably your go to book.Awesome pictures, Little snip its of informa...

  6. says:

    The pics are fun Do your best to avoid the text though, which is inane and frequently asinine another one of these modern day tolerant types deciding what the rest of us should be thinking.

  7. says:

    Cute, not very in depth Enjoyable.

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