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Full Name: Brian Sutton-Smith
(1924-2015) Author. Brian Sutton-Smith was born in Wellington, New Zealand, and died in White River Junction, Vermont. He move to the United States in 1956 and taught for about ten years at Columbia University Teachers College.
Author's Timeline:
1924 (Unknown) County
Brian Sutton Smith was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on July 15, 1924. 
2015 (Unknown) County
Brian Sutton-Smith died at a nursing home in White River Junction, Vermont, on March 7, 2015. 
1986 (Unknown) County
Toys As Culture
(Pub: Gardner Press, Incorporated ISBN: 0898761050 / 978-0898761054)
1998 (Unknown) County
The Ambiguity Of Play
(Pub: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674017331 / 978-0674017337)
1971 (Unknown) County
Child's Play
(Pub: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: 0471373303 / 978-0471373308)
Nonfiction written with R. E. Herron. 
1971 (Unknown) County
The Study Of Games
(Pub: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: 0471038393 / 978-0471038399)
Nonfiction written with Elliott M. Avedon. 
1974 (Unknown) County
How to Play With Your Children (And When Not To)
(Pub: Hawthorn ISBN: )
Nonfiction written with Shirley Sutton-Smith. 
1970 (Unknown) County
The Sibling
(Pub: Holt, Rinehart and Winston ISBN: 0030790557 / 978-0030790553)
1972 (Unknown) County
The Folkgames of Children
(Pub: University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas ISBN: )
1980 (Unknown) County
Play and Learning
(Pub: John Wiley & Sons Inc ISBN: 0470265094 / 978-0470265093)
1981 (Unknown) County
The Folkstories of Children
(Pub: Olympic Marketing Corp ISBN: 0812277813 / 978-0812277814)
1982 (Unknown) County
A History of Children's Play
(Pub: University of Pennsylvania Press ISBN: 0812278089 / 978-0812278088)
? New York County
Professor Sutton-Smith taught for a while at Columbia University Teachers College in New York, New York. 

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