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THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers

Mister Rogers' Playbook

 

WRITTEN BY: Fred Rogers and Barry Head
ILLUSTRATED BY: Jamie Adams
PUBLISHED: 1986
PUBLISHER: Berkley Books
ISBN: 042508745X

Copyright © 1986 by Family Communications, Inc.
Cover photograph by Walt Seng

 


Description

Play is a vital part of a child's growth. It is a real need for children -- and adults. In this insightful, imaginative book, TV's celebrated Mister Rogers offers over 335 games and projects designed to motivate children and adults alike and to bring families together in laughter and love. With projects that will help your children understand the world around them. MISTER ROGERS' PLAYBOOK inspires self-expression, independence, fairness, curiosity, responsibility, creativity and the development of character.

Including instructions for: Display games, Collages, Doll House and Furniture, Puppets and Puppet Stages, Pretend Games, Cooking, Constructing a Play Neighborhood, Teaching Concepts such as Weights and Measures, AND MUCH MORE!

 

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