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Jumanji a classic story which started out as a childrens book has also been converted into the movie media form Jumanji a childrens picture book which was written and illustrated by Chris Van Ellsberg in 1981 Jumanji was the Caldecott Medal Winner of 1982 with some of the most detailed pictures I personally have ever seen done by a free hand illustrator The book Jumanji is about two children Peter and Judy whose parents go out to the opera one night Peter and Judy decide that they are bored and go for a walk outside in the park across the street Peter finds a board game lying by a tree named Jumanji The children bring Jumanji home to play to play with it After setting Jumanji up on the card table in the living room Judy reads the directions Jumanji a young peoples jungle adventure especially designed for the bored and restless A Player selects piece and places it in the deepest jungle B Player rolls dice and moves piece along path through the dangers of the jungle C First player to reach Jumanji and yell the citys name aloud is the winner D VERY IMPORTANT ONCE THE GAME IS STARTED IT WILL NOT BE OVER UNTIL ONE PLAYER REACHES THE GOLDEN CITY When Judy finishes reading the directions aloud the children start playing Jumanji Peter wanted to roll the dice first he rolled a seven Suddenly Judy saw a lion sitting on the piano and the lion started to walk toward the children Peter jumped up from the chair ran up stairs into a bedroom crawled under a bed the lion got his head caught under the bed and Peter locked the lion in there Peter wanted to give up at this point but Judy said that they must finish the game so it would go away As the game went on more and more wild animals were appearing in the house along with
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