A Playful Path
by Bernard De Koven
Publisher: ETC Press 2014
Number of pages: 305
The new book by games guru and fun theorist Bernard De Koven serves as a collection of ideas and tools to help us bring our playfulness back into the open. When we find ourselves forgetting the life of the game or the game of life, the joy of form or the content, the play of brain or mind, body or spirit, this book can help us return to that which our soul is heir.
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