Speaking of games...
My family enjoys board games, so we're always looking for new fun. We came across Secret Hitler, the board game. At first, I thought this was going to be too simplistic to be any fun. The rules are simple. 5-10 players are each dealt a card identifying them as liberal, fascist, or Hitler. At the beginning of the game, all players close their eyes and the players who drew the fascist and Hitler card are allowed to open their eyes and see who is on their evil team.
The object is then for Hitler and his minions to try to take over the government by tricking people into enacting fascist policies.
It sounds complicated, but it's super easy and whole lot of fun.
What's even better is that if you don't want to buy this game, or want to try it for free-- there is a free download on the game's website.
We bought our version for $35. (I didn't realize it was available for free!) But it's so much fun, it's worth it.
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This one was a winner. It's a memoir of a young Californian teacher who is hired to teach in Arizona in 1912-- the first year of Arizona's statehood into the union. Historic memoirs are such a great way to take an intimate peek at history!
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