Another guide to great party games for those who love their guests and are excited about fun events! A landmark book for creating interactivity for your next party using games and other techniques.
Barnes & Noble.com
Author Andrea Campbell
Like parties? I love them. But I really like games parties the best! That’s why I spent a lot of time adding important details to Perfect Party Games such as, how to introduce people correctly, how to plan a party for a specific age group, and how to be the best party games leader possible.
Since the essence of a great party comes from your own personality, this unique guidebook will show you how to create an event that will allow people to "get out of themselves" based on your time allotment, your budget, and your party setting. Plus, you’ll know a game is good if when reading the instructions you laugh out loud. That’s my mission, then: to keep you laughing.
A celebrity once said that a good party begins in the kitchen and ends in the medicine cabinet. I don’t agree with that one bit; neither food, alcohol, accidents, nor drugs should be the prime directive or result of any party—including needing aspirin. But I do believe the familiar is wholly unsatisfying. And this book means to stir up the familiar.
The best resource for any party is the people. If people weren’t your principal concern, this book would be a primer on games for one (or games for two if your spouse refers to others as "those people.")...