The Game of Triumphs lies in ruins, but Cat and her friends must enter the Arcanum once again to oust the Master of Misrule, a corrupt leader who threatens to unleash the power of the game into London and the world at large.
Eleven-year-old Donald thinks nothing could be worse than missing a pop fly in a baseball game that most of his Montana town was watching, but through the end of 1947 and beginning of 1948, he suffers one humiliation after another.
There are hundreds of thousands of young children enrolled in organized hockey associations all across Canada and nothing is more exciting for these kids than getting that first hockey sweater and playing in their first hockey game. With loads of exciting hockey action, great illustrations, and an entertaining story, young hockey fans everywhere will love to read—or be read— Puckster’s hockey adventures again and again.
Fifteen-year-old Cat and three other London teens are drawn into a dangerous game in which Tarot cards open doorways into a different dimension and while there is everything to win, losing can be fatal.
This is a search-and-find game book all about Strawberry Moshi and her friends. Strawberry Moshi wants to go to the ball, but she needs to find the right costume to dress up as Strawberry Princess Moshi. Kids will love helping her look for the proper clothes, get to the ball, and locate her Prince Moshi, of course!
For children who love to search and find and adore that cute Japanese kawaii style here comes another pair of fun activity books about Moshi Town. Strawberry Mermaid Moshi has been invited to a magical wedding under the sea. Children are invited to join her on an underwater adventure with her friends, but are their eyes sharp enough to help her find her friends first?
A young boy is slowly drawn into the imaginative game of a girl who appears outside his grandfather’s house.
This eagerly awaited addition to Joan Aiken’s award-winning Wolves series takes us on Dido’s most imaginative adventure yet! Dido Twite has been sailing the high seas, chasing after Lord Herodsfoot, who is scouring the globe for new and interesting games. Now he’s needed back in London, in the hope that his games will help King James, who is lying ill and wretched with a mysterious disease no doctor can cure. Dido’s search has taken her to Aratu, a mysterious spice island where foreigners seldom venture–maybe because of the deadly pearl snakes and sting monkeys there. When Dido lands at Aratu, she realizes that there is something even more dangerous than poisonous snakes on the island. She soon makes friends among the Forest People and learns of a plot to overthrow the island’s king, who lives–deaf and sick–at his palace on the Cliffs of Death. Will Dido and her friends be able to reach him in time?
All you need is a rock, some chalk, and a friend to join in the funHopscotch has been played throughout history in nearly every country in the world. From Alaska to Aruba, Italy to India, Bolivia to Brooklyn, here are nineteen versions of this classic game. Complete with rules, patterns, and interesting facts, this is an unrivaled look at a timeless, universal game of childhood.