Wichita Eagle 

Wichita 6-year-old's card game is bow-wowing gamers


September 9, 2018

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A year ago, Chloe Pritchett was 5, and as part of a home school lesson on medieval times, she and her mom, Libby, played the kid-friendly card game "Sleeping Queens."

Chloe loved the game, but she really loved the story of the game's inventor — a 6-year-old New Jersey girl named Miranda Evarts.

"She said, 'If a 6-year-old girl can create a game, I can too,'" remembers her father, Jeff.

The next night, he came home from work and found Chloe busy scratching away on a pad of sticky notes. About 50 of them were spread out all over the living room floor, all covered with...

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