family_games_100_bestJames Lowder follows up on his 2007 book Hobby Games: The 100 Best with his forthcoming Family Games: The 100 Best. They are both from Green Ronin Press, which has more information on each book.

Like the last book, James has assembled a vast array of top game designers to contribute their favorites and articles. There is no indication as to what the difference is between the two, although I suspect the games in this book will be of a lighter variety. Will Monopoly and Chess make it in, after having been left out of the previous book?