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Floor Games

By Wells, Herbert George

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Title: Floor Games  
Author: Wells, Herbert George
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Excerpt: Section I. THE TOYS TO HAVE. The jolliest indoor games for boys and girls demand a floor, and the home that has no floor upon which games may be played falls so far short of happiness. It must be a floor covered with linoleum or cork carpet, so that toy soldiers and such?like will stand up upon it, and of a color and surface that will take and show chalk marks; the common green?colored cork carpet without a pattern is the best of all. It must be no highway to other rooms, and well lit and airy. Occasionally, alas! it must be scrubbed?and then a truce to Floor Games. Upon such a floor may be made an infinitude of imaginative games, not only keeping boys and girls happy for days together, but building up a framework of spacious and inspiring ideas in them for after life. The men of tomorrow will gain new strength from nursery floors. I am going to tell of some of these games and what is most needed to play them; I have tried them all and a score of others like them with my sons, and all of the games here illustrated have been set out by us. I am going to tell of them here because I think what we have done will interest other fathers and mothers, and perhaps be of use to them (and to uncles and such?like tributary sub?species of humanity) in buying presents for their own and other people?s children.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Floor Games, 1 -- Herbert George Wells, 1 -- Section I. THE TOYS TO HAVE, 1 -- Section II. THE GAME OF THE WONDERFUL ISLANDS, 3 -- Section III. OF THE BUILDING OF CITIES, 5 -- Section IV. FUNICULARS, MARBLE TOWERS, CASTLES AND WAR GAMES, BUT VERY -- LITTLE OF WAR GAMES, 8

 

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