Fun with Scavenger Hunts is a book on planning, setting up and executing the best party you will ever host for adults or children. When my daughter wanted to throw a Halloween party at our house for her classmates, I had a better idea. I hosted a scavenger hunt for her class. The first year was a success. Every year the guest list grew. She is now going to start high school and her classmates want me to host a reunion hunt for them next year. I have encountered many questions on how to run one. Where do you start? How do you come up with the questions? This book will take you through the process. And it doesn't stop there. I have included car rallies and a new twist on humdrum bridal and baby showers. Your first clue is ....
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I purchased this book in the hopes of planning a fun scavenger hunt for my jr. high son and his friends. The author had some good ideas however, I was disgusted and sorry I bought the book after reading pgs. 40 & 41. The author's description (and comments)of her adult friends going into a gay bar as cross dressers during Halloween and having some good laughs while trying to get scavenger hunt items struck me as very demeaning to gay people. I actually had to look at the copyright after reading this because I believed the book must've been written 15-20 yrs. ago. It was published in 2004. Her take on fun seemed very insensitive to me. Her advice to also crash weddings for a scavenger hunt clue seems socially inappropriate and tacky. I wouldn't buy this book and support this insensitivity.