Forgotten Neighborhood Games: Get Kids Back Outside and Loving It!

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
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This is the only book of outdoor games you will ever need! This book describes over 150 exciting games children will love to play together in the neighborhood. This includes all the classic games, as well as numerous new games that children will love. The instructions are clear and organized specifically for parents or children to easily find the perfect game. Each game description also contains enjoyable and useful comments from the author's personal experiences. Once these games begin, boys and girls from all around the neighborhood will begin looking forward to playing outside. Learning and playing these games will be great for children in more ways than one can imagine. Instead of sitting around inside, kids can meet each other, make friends, get exercise, and have a ton of fun! This is what childhood is all about. Children need to get back outside, exercise, and love it...and this book is the guide! For more information on the importance of this book and author's personal inspiration, please read the one page preface previewed below.

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About the author (2004)

Scott Strother (Louisville, KY) received his BA from the University of Notre Dame in psychology and preprofessional studies. He is currently researching a PhD in child development at the University of Louisville. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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