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Stefan FatsisThe tiles, and the behavior of the children and the adults, all fall into place, a bit more conveniently than they do in Scrabble or in life…But the lessons learned are good ones, and it's hard to quibble with a story that brings together a tween in a mustard shirt and one with magenta hair to play a board game that promotes mental dexterity and linguistic ballet. Any kid who thinks it's cool that MARASCHINO is an anagram of HARMONICAS is cool with me. No wizardry required.
—The New York Times Book Review