Lucky 13: Solitaire Games For Kids

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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All you really need for hours of fun is a pack of cards—if you know how to play solitaire. There's something for everyone in this excellent compendium, from classics like Klondike and Canfield, to fast-paced Hit or Miss and mind-bending Intrigue, to games like Double Your Fun that boost memory and counting skills. Whether basic, advanced, or two-pack games, the clear step-by-step directions and strategies combined with black-and-red card diagrams make them a snap to learn--and once you start, you're hooked! With over sixty-five games and variations (and one hundred funny pictures), here's an essential handbook for veteran cardsharks or beginning enthusiasts of all ages.

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I got this in gradeshool, and I still use it now in college, and will probaby still use it later. Read full review

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Michael Street he has collaborated with Joanna Cole and Stephanie Calmenson on popular children's activity books, such as Fun on the Run and Marbles. He lives in Portland, Oregon

Alan Tiegreen has illustrated more than a dozen books for young readers. He lives in Georgia.

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