Book Review: Super Fun Family Card Games by Corinne Schmitt

Fun is in the cards with 75 family-friendly card games

Make your next family game night unforgettable with just a single deck of cards. Super Fun Family Card Games is bursting with all kinds of easy-to-learn, enjoyable, and challenging games that are perfect for family game nights.

Shuffle up your evening with hundreds of hours worth of engaging, screen-free fun that every member of the family can get in on! This giant collection of card games features everything from all-time classics to schoolyard favorites to beloved solo-play options. There are even handy tips for making sure your game nights are a big success!

Inside Super Fun Family Card Games you’ll find:

  • 75 Delightful card games―From Crazy Eights and Spider Solitaire to Speed and Rummy, this comprehensive collection makes it easy to find something new to play.
  • All ages, any number of players―Get action-packed games that are perfect for the whole family, including young children, teens, and adults.
  • Easy-to-understand instructions―Learn each game in no time with the help of simple and complete instructions that include helpful pictures.

Take family fun to the next level with Super Fun Family Card Games!

My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy from the publisher. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

My family has always played a lot of cards, especially when we all get together. I was curious what card games were in this book, and if there were any that we didn’t know about that we could try.

Super Fun Family Card Games is separated into three sections: Games for Two or More Players, Games for Two Players, and Games for One Player. Each section is broken down into Easy, Medium, and Hard difficulty.

There are a lot of games in here that we already play, some of which are family favorites: Nertz, Spoons, and Hearts just to name a few. There are quite a few two-player games that we haven’t tried before that I’ll try out with my husband.

There is an introduction that explains card game basics such as terms that are used universally. Each game comes with instructions on how to deal and how to play, and includes the length of play and the recommended age group. I can’t wait to try out some of the “new” games!

About the Author

Corinne Schmitt is the blogger behind Wondermom Wannabe, her platform for helping fellow moms navigate the chaotic, confusing path of motherhood with more joy and less anxiety. Raised initially in the Washington, she moved to Illinois at the age of 12. After graduating high school, she continued her education at the University of Illinois where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. More importantly, it’s where she met her husband Dan, a U.S. Marine. They’ve been stationed in multiple cities within the U.S so each of their children was born in a different state. What they’ve lacked in geographical stability, they’ve made up for in family routines, activities, and a focus on family fun.

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