Wawa Pukllay, "kids playing" in Quechua, was part of the Latin American Social Workshop. Here, architecture students from different countries in Latin America work together to intervene in localities with socio-spatial problems. Wawa Pukllay took place in 3 locations in the Colca Valley, where the architects were divided into 3 groups, 1 per locality. The aim was to design games for children, which adapt to the environment in which they find themselves. This book was a compilation of the 3 projects that were carried out. Each stage of the project has a different color and each village, an icon. The book itself is a game because the reader can read it in stages or can cut it with scissors and read it by town / project.