30 January 2006

ThinkFun Games make for smart gifts

We discovered ThinkFun puzzles and games in Amsterdam, but we just noticed them in a big display at our local Barnes & Noble. They make excellent games for preschoolers and young school-age kids. We've been playing River Crossing with our six year-old, and he loves it (we all do). Great as travel entertainment, too.

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