Subtitle A Bingo Game for Explorers

Kate Siber
Price $19.99 / £17.99
Description Description
  • A bingo game for nature lovers: Screen-free fun for the whole family, with easy-to-learn gameplay for 2–6 players
  • Sturdy gift box contains: 6 double-sided bingo cards, 48 bingo chips, 100 tokens, a cloth bag, and an educational booklet; box size is 22 × 22 × 4 cm / 8.5 × 8.5 × 1.5 in.
  • Celebrate the great outdoors: Perfect for a rainy day, whether you play from the comfort of home, your tent, or wherever your adventures lead
  • Edutainment for ages 6+: Includes a full-color illustrated booklet with educational information on all the creatures, plants, and places featured

​Get ready for a big adventure! Immerse yourself in America’s great outdoors with this captivating bingo game featuring the United States’ awe-inspiring national parks.

With this exciting extension of the best-selling National Parks of the USA book series, collect a selection of mind-boggling wonders, from the continent’s biggest peak to a mile-deep canyon, and thundering bison to tiny seahorses. 
Every bingo card contains 16 squares (4 × 4), each showing a different vintage-style illustration of a creature, geological feature, plant, or habitat. Connect with nature as you place the tokens, which are uniquely shaped as ringed tree-trunk cross sections. The illustrated booklet offers fascinating facts about each bingo card image so you can learn as you play.
Play until someone completes a line for a short game, or go for an impressive whole-card collection to win—bingo!

Discover even more of America’s natural wonders with: National Parks of the USA Jigsaw Puzzle, National Parks of the USANational Parks of the USA: Activity BookNational Parks of the USA Postcards, and National Monuments of the USA.
Series Americana
Format Game / Board Game 6 Pages
ISBN 9780711287051
Size8.66 in x 8.66 in / 220.00 mm x 220.00 mm
Published Date August 10th, 2023
Kate Siber
Kate Siber, author of the award-winning bestseller National Parks of the USA, is a journalist and a correspondent for Outside magazine living in Durango, Colorado. She has tried her hand at almost every adventure activity going, and covers the world’s wild and remote places as well as environmental and social issues. Her writing has been featured in many publications, including National Geographic Traveler, National Parks, Preservation, Men’s Journal, and The New York Times.
Chris Turnham
Chris Turnham is an illustrator and printmaker based in Los Angeles. He's worked as an artist in both feature and television animation and has contributed illustrations to publications and children's books.
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