Story Out of the Box: 80 Cards for Hours of Storytelling Fun

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Story Out of the Box is a fun, activity game for both kids and adults - no artistic or intellectual prowess required! Free your imagination or just fill up a rainy afternoon with 80 lively prompts.


Pick a subject card and a technique card and use them together to create your own madcap tales. Unleash thousands of stories from the depths of your imagination! Awaken your creativity with these 80 lively story prompts by combining fun subjects with unconventional techniques to explore thousands of storytelling possibilities.


This creative game for writers and storytellers of all ages is beautifully produced to the highest standard and comes in a sturdy box, vividly illustrated by Japanese illustrator Hiromi Suzuki and co-authored by Nicky Hoberman and Leander Deeny.


Technique cards include: Live from the Scene, Pull the Rug Out, Flower Power, I've Got a Bad Feeling About This, Missing in Action, Sift through the Evidence and many more while, Subject cards range from High Life to Rusted Castaway and Mermaid Detective to Magic in the Stable.


This is a perfect accompaniment to Art Out of the Box, also by Nicky Hoberman and Hiromi Suzuki, published in 2019.

"If you have children who love telling stories, they will love this box. You can leave them with it for hours, I imagine. If your children are more reluctant this is still an excellent resource. It will help coax them into having the confidence to express their ideas and let their imaginations run riot."? - GeekDad -- 


Nicky Hoberman is an artist who lives and works in London.

Leander Deeny is an actor best known for his work on screen in Captain America and on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company. His first book, Hazel's Phantasmagoria, is published by Quercus.

Hiromi Suzuki is a graphic designer and illustrator working across large-scale global branding to self-initiated projects. Her recent work has been featured in publications including It's Nice That, Fast Company and Creative Review. Originally from Japan, based in London for seven years she now calls San Francisco home away from home, away from home.

1.8" H x 7.6" L x 5.2" W