Of course language is ever-evolving and grammar should serve literary expression, not rule it... Nevertheless, there is plenty of fun to be had with this witty and informative card game for language lovers, based on the New York Times bestseller Dreyer’s English.
There are 100 entertaining sentences waiting for you, the copy editor, to correct or 'STET' (a copy editor’s term that means “let it stand”). The first person to spot the error or call out “STET!” gets the card. Compete for points in a straightforward grammar game, or play around with style and syntax and whip the author’s sentences into splendid shape. Either way, the person with the most cards at the end of the game wins!
This beautiful chart of trees comes from a late 19th-century teaching aid. This jigsaw is densely packed with vintage scientific images of trees, with each specimen identified by its scientific name at the bottom of the chart. Perfect for tree-loving puzzlers! 1,000-piece puzzle 55cm x 70cm Packaged in...
This family spotting game is part of the popular 'I Saw It First!' series. 300 ocean creatures populate the board of this carefully engineered game, illustrated by Caroline Selmes. Pick a counter from the box and be the first to spot that animal on the...
Australian’s Deadly Animals Bingo - a family-friendly game, packed with strange, wonderful and terrifying creatures. Includes your favourites: the great white shark, box jellyfish, Tasmanian devil and Australian death adder, plus lesser-known animals like the Australian paralysis tick and the flamboyant cuttlefish. Featuring 64 of...
Featuring images of beautifully detailed and colourful cacti and other succulents, Cavallini's vintage chart now features on this gorgeous jigsaw puzzle. 1,000-piece puzzle 55cm x 70cm Packaged in a 10" tube, with hand sewn muslin bag inside.