What goes together better than word games and books and book lovers? How about a word game inside a book box?
This gorgeous cloth-bound book box will slide easily onto your bookshelf, so you’re always ready for family game night! And it’s so handsome, you’ll want to store it where everyone can see it.
Some fun history from the box: "In the 1930’s, during the Depression, an unemployed architect named Alfred M. Butts, invented a board game using letter tiles and a scoring system." Butts didn’t rename the game Scrabble until 1948, but it has "been wildly successful ever since."
And now it can be even more popular than ever, now that you don’t have to stash the classic word game in a game cupboard. Just pull it off your bookshelf and you’re ready for a word battle!
Vintage Bookshelf Edition – Scrabble
Classic word game stored in a gorgeous cloth-bound book box
Encourages word play, language development, problem solving, strategy
Be prepared for a word battle at any time!
Easily store this handsome book box on a bookshelf so the game is always on hand
Graphics inspired by the vintage 1948 game
Includes: fabric-wrapped book with integrated storage, vintage gameboard, 100 word letter tiles, 4 tile racks, fabric tile pouch, scorepad, pencil, and instructions
Stored in a cloth-bound book box