The Official Kids' Guide to Scrabble

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Family Matters Pub., 2011 - Scrabble (Game) - 123 pages
For over fifty years, word enthusiasts around the globe have made Scrabble a household name. With over 150 million boards sold worldwide, the game has become a living room staple and is enjoyed by players of all ages. In the past two decades, tournament play has become common and thousands of players compete for prize money in local, national, and world competitions. With the advent of School Scrabble in 2003, the game has expanded its base, as more and more children are drawn to the game. The Official Kids' Guide to Scrabble is the first book written especially for the aspiring youth player. Written by Bradley Robbins, the youngest ever winner of Division 6 (at age 11) of the National Scrabble Championship and winner of the 2010 National School Scrabble Championship, the book covers the basics of Scrabble as well as studying tips and strategies for children interested in the game. The Official Kids' Guide to Scrabble will help young players develop their word knowledge, anagramming skills, and prepare them for tournament play, including how to play with adults and learning how to win and lose graciously.

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About the author (2011)

Bradley Robbins is the winner of the 2010 National School Scrabble Championship and youngest ever winner of Division 6 (at age 11!) of the "adult" National Scrabble Championship.

Philip Robbins, Ph.D., is a Scrabble enthusiast and father of author Bradley Robbins

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