Author(s): Claudia Boldt (Illustrator)
Who's the badder baddie, Billy the Kid or Jesse James, Al Capone or Pablo Escobar? Are the Krays a match for Bonnie and Clyde? Could Ma Barker and her gang face up to Mishka Yaponchik and his personal army of 10,000?Find out who served the most time and who never lived to tell the tale, who ran his operations from inside his cell and who turned her outlaw past into a political career as you pit crook against crim, wiseguy against outlaw, and capo against don.Go head to head with 32 of the world's worst to find out who really is the nastiest piece of work!
Animals at Home is a matching card game for young children. 27 animals nee to find their homes. This great for small children - they are introduced to a variety of animals, some of which will be familiar (horse, bee, mouse), others perhaps new to them (beaver, platypus, mole). All the cards remain face up and the matching begins. Where does the beaver live? Who goes home to the cave? The illustrations are bright and clear and the text is restricted to nouns. There are clues in the colour backgrounds - you're right when the background colour matches. To make the game a little more challenging it can be a matching memory game with all the cards turned face down. Sturdy cardboard pieces are just the right size for little hands.