Late for the Sky Production Company Receives the 2009 Preferred Choice and Seal of Excellence Awards for Earth-opoly and Monster-opoly

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Creative Child Magazine, has awarded Earth-opoly the 2009 Preferred Choice Award and Monster-opoly the 2009 Seal of Excellence Award both in the Family Board Games category.

Creative Child Magazine, a renowned top-tier publication and website with the latest information on nurturing your child's creativity has awarded Earth-opoly the 2009 Preferred Choice Award and Monster-opoly the 2009 Seal of Excellence Award both in the Family Board Games category.

Earth-opoly is the completely "green" family board game that teaches kids and adults fun ways to rethink how we live in and on the home we all share - Planet Earth. Players buy properties and increase property values through recycling and reducing. Everyone learns how to offset their own carbon footprint as they collect Carbon Credits and trade them for Clean Air while they pick up "Go Green" tips for everyday life changes from each property deed card. In addition to encouraging its players to be eco-friendly, the game itself is earth friendly! The game board and box are made from recycled materials, the printing is done with vegetable based inks and coatings, even the shrink wrap is a plant-based film. The game pieces are either made by nature or are completely recyclable.

Monster-opoly is the latest addition to the Little Kid's series of property trading games manufactured by Late for the Sky. The game appeals to the 5 to 8 year old crowd because it encourages monsters and humans to unite! Monster-opoly was awarded Creative Child Magazine's "Seal of Excellence" award because of the fun way it encourages interactive play for the younger set along with its cool characters, easy playing rules and unique game cards with monster bio's and jokes.

About Late for the Sky Production Company
Late for the Sky currently manufactures and sells about 100 Property Trading games and puzzles based on universities, cities, animals, holidays and other special-interest topics and has been doing so for over 25 years. All the manufacturing is done in the Cincinnati, Ohio facility. All games are printed using recycled paper and vegetable based inks.

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