Tag, Toss & Run: 40 Classic Lawn Games

Tag Toss Run Classic Lawn Games Rediscover the pleasure of family lawn games with this guide to time tested favorites from classics like capture the flag croquet badminton and bocce to the lesser known Cherokee marbles cornho

  • Title: Tag, Toss & Run: 40 Classic Lawn Games
  • Author: Paul Tukey
  • ISBN: 9781603425605
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rediscover the pleasure of family lawn games with this guide to 40 time tested favorites from classics like capture the flag, croquet, badminton, and bocce to the lesser known Cherokee marbles, cornhole, and Kubb The authors offer a quick overview of the basic structure of each game, as well as strategies for playing and tips for creating fun variations Tag, Toss Rediscover the pleasure of family lawn games with this guide to 40 time tested favorites from classics like capture the flag, croquet, badminton, and bocce to the lesser known Cherokee marbles, cornhole, and Kubb The authors offer a quick overview of the basic structure of each game, as well as strategies for playing and tips for creating fun variations Tag, Toss Run is proof that the best games don t come from a store.

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    • Mary says:

      I love that this book exists; I believe it needs to.At the same time, the format of chapters made this hard to get through for me. The writers seem to talk about each game/sport without actually defining or explaining it, then lay out a few rules, then talk about it some more. While in storytelling this does work, in an informational volume it's kind of irritating.

    • McArthur Library Staff Picks says:

      "I'm bored." - "Outside. Really?" - "How many people are coming!?"This is a GREAT book for prime outdoor time - games like London Bridge, hackey-sac-with-a-twist, and "Kubb" (a Swedish lawn game). All the rules, set up, players, and equipment if any put on your sneakers and go!

    • Toni Wells says:

      Lots of good games here. There were a few I didn't know, and a lot that I did, but wasn't sure of the rules of. The games are arranged alphabetically, so you have to flip through the book to find new games. They list the history of the games and what names the games are also known as.

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