(1952) · London
A 1950s handbook of =>162 party games, "simple or ingenious, quiet or active, long or short, sober or foolish," to create an engaging house party. Each game lists how many players are needed and how long the game may take as well as thorough instructions. From classics like hangman and charades to "fun but foolish" games such as "Our Cook Doesn't Like Peas" and "My Grandmother," an entertaining party is guaranteed!
This is the second impression. Publisher's orange cloth with red lettering to spine; edges rubbed, boards warped, top edge of boards faded. In original red and green–checkered dust jacket with white lettering, this edge-worn and age-toned with small tears at extremities, pencil marks on front flap. Fore-edge and endpapers foxed, interior otherwise clean. => All sorts of fun! (Inventory #: 38222)