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Paperback – 144 pages
5.5 Inches × 8.5 Inches (w × h)

Weight: 210 Grams
BISAC: GAMES / Role Playing & Fantasy
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9780865714410
Pub. Date: 2002-02-01

About the Author

Sambhava

Sambhava or Ba Lumvour has dedicated his life to discovering how to restore and deepen optimal well-being in society and the world. He and his wife Josette Lumvour created Natural Learning Rhythms, a family-oriented approach to human development, and are co-founders of EnCompass, the first holistic learning center for the whole family.

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Win-Win Games for All Ages

Cooperative Activities for Building Social Skills

by Sambhava



Together Sambhava and Josette Luvmour created and developed Natural Learning Rhythms-a family-oriented approach to human development. They are co-founders of EnCompass, the first holistic learning center for the whole family. Their previous titles include Natural Learning Rhythms (Celestial Arts), Tiger by the Tail (EnCompass Press), and Everyone Wins! (New Society Publishers).

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