I Can Play Games: Fun-To-Play Games for Younger Children
Self-reliance is an essential part of growing up. The interesting and easy activities in these books are the perfect tools for children to build their self-confidence. Each project is clearly explained, with step-by-step photographs to avoid any confusion, even among smaller children.
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