Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Pick Up Sticks offer the unlikely combination of light-hearted play and a level of suspense normally reserved for defusing a bomb. Games can be short and simple, or drawn-out and epic. It's grea for families to play together.
The Klutz Book of Pick Up Stick clearly explains the rules to the traditional game, plus a few variations for those with no need for tradition. It also include the ancient competitive thinking game Nim, several head-scratching stick puzzles, a party game called Balance, and more.