Why not play human Buckaroo with a sleeping stranger, take on the After Eight challenge, or laugh in the face of pulled muscles in the ultimate 'Cereal Killer' game? From awkward hen and stags to boring car journeys, boozy dinner parties to Friday afternoons in the office, this book is packed of gaming inspiration to liven up any dull situation.
The use of tests as part of job selection and assessment procedures has now become routine. Most candidates can expect to face a battery of tests, including those which identify a person's aptitude for a particular job. This title familiarise you with the types of test you may face so that through practice you improves your scores.
This fun book is a playful way for young children to develop their counting, observation and pen control skills. Join the dots to build sandcastles, spot the difference between skiers, help monsters find their tents and lots more. Durable, wipe-clean pages mean children can revisit their favourite activities again and again.
In the dark days of Covid time, confined to quarters in lockdown, the authors, William Scally and Tim Bourke retained their sanity by engaging in what proved to be an all-engrossing contest: devising a complex and broad-reaching series of questions that would brighten the pandemic days. This book is the final result of this exchange.
A fun, write-in book packed with brain-teasing puzzles, useful facts and clever tips that show how to play chess and improve your game. Some of the puzzles are answered using chess-piece stickers and all the answers are at the back of the book. Simple puzzles show how to use the pieces, with more tricky puzzles on tactics and checkmates.