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Putting on a Party: Adventure Parties for Kids.

Putting On A Party

Lori Bonner & Fran Lee

Gibbs Smith, Publisher

PO Box 667, Layton, UT 84041

1586852329 $9.95 1-800-748-5439

Putting On A Party is a how-to book written especially for kids ages 6 and up, although readers of all ages can use it to plan an exciting adventure party for young people. Colorful illustrations and easy-to-understand text instruct one in the basic steps of organizing, planning, and hosting a celebration. From basic tips and advice (including how to respond to someone who asks why they weren't invited, and knowing how to end a party on a high note) to decoration and invitation ideas, the heart of the book, a wide catalogue of fun party games that all guests can play together, Putting On A Party is a superb resource and starting guide for kids' get-togethers of all kinds, including birthday, holiday, and end of school year celebrations.
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Publication:The Bookwatch
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Date:Nov 1, 2004
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