Local Authors Kim and Danny Adlerman Present Their Newest Product - COMPOUND IT ALL Board Game

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Metuchen Author-Illustrator team Kim and Danny Adlerman are proud to present COMPOUND IT ALL!, the new compound word building game, published by Lee & Low in New York City. This unique card game has an accessible platform of play, which was based on Rummy, and inspired by the couple's previous book, How Much Wood Could A Woodchuck Chuck? (Kids at Our House, 2007). 

Several years in the making, Kim says, "This game literally came to me in a dream. Not everyone is lucky enough to have such a wonderful and powerful dream actually come true, but it shows that with perseverance, patience, and dedication, all things are possible. It was a labor of love, and well worth it!"

Fans of the Adlerman's previous works, which includes ten books and three CDs, will be pleased to see this new entry, and especially happy that as a game intended for ages nine and up, it offers something for everyone. Says Danny, "Compound It All! was designed to be appropriate for all skill levels, and one never outgrows it regardless of their age or of how advanced they become. It's a great game for classrooms, at home, or for adult night out. If you like word games, you'll love Compound It All!"

There are select outlets where copies of Compound it All! are available; in particular, the Adlermans prefer independent bookstores, specialty shops, and those venues where they will be appearing. Currently, the $29.95 game is available at Leeandlow.com, and at two local outlets, To Be Continued on Main Street in Metuchen, and Over the Moon Toys in on Raritan Avenue in Highland Park; all three are offering a pre-publication discount of 25%. If ordered through Lee and Low, use coupon code COMPOUND for discount and free shipping. It is also available at Amazon for a small discount.

For more information, check out and like www.facebook.com/DannyandKim?ref=hl or email info@dannyandim.com. The game has been previewed and endorsed by children, parents, principals, literacy consultants, students, and teachers of all age groups across the country.

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