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Crazy Eights and Other Card Games (1994)

by Joanna Cole, Stephanie Calmenson

Other authors: Alan Tiegreen (Illustrator)

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Introduces the different suits and face cards in a deck of cards, explains how to hold, shuffle, and deal them, and provides instructions for such games as Aces Up, Go Fish, and Spit.
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There are many good reasons for playing cards: It's a good way to get together with friends and family. It gives your brain a workout and improves your math skills. It's something to do when there's nothing else to do. And most important, it's fun!
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Introduces the different suits and face cards in a deck of cards, explains how to hold, shuffle, and deal them, and provides instructions for such games as Aces Up, Go Fish, and Spit.

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2 editions of this book were published by Hachette Book Group.

Editions: 1587179512, 1587179504

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