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Would You Rather...? For Kids! :: Book Review

Would You Rather...? For Kids! :: Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jan 11, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Check out the funny, creepy and gross scenarios in Would You Rather…? For Kids, a book that allows you and your friends to choose between hundreds of sticky situations.

Check out the funny, creepy and gross scenarios in Would You Rather…? For Kids!, a book that allows you and your friends to choose between hundreds of sticky situations.

Over 300 Questions!

"Would you rather have a ketchup dispensing navel or a pencil-sharpening nostril?" That’s just one of over 300 crazy questions you’ll find inside this fun, interactive book. The questions are separated into nine chapters, each with a different topic. And all the chapters contain a few fill-in-the-blank questions so that you can make your own!

Fun Topics

In the You’ve Been Cursed! chapter, you’ll find questions like “Would you rather have mayonnaise tears or Kool-Aid sweat ?” And in the Powers and Fantasies chapter, questions get a little more magical—“Would you rather be able to type 80 words per minute with your tongue or be able to toast a piece of bread by staring at it?” or “Would you rather have rollerblade feet or telescoping eyes?” Other fun chapters include Cool and Unusual Punishment, Would You Rather Live in a World Where…?, New School, Random Play and Would you…?.


Interactive Questions

Each chapter contains pages that let you create your own questions or fill-in-the-blanks of their premade questions. But the Getting Personal section is entirely fill-in-the-blank, and the last chapter, entitled Make Your Own Questions! lets you do just that! So think hard and create some crazy, wacky or creepy questions for your friends!


The Bottom Line

Would You Rather…? For Kids! is a fun addition to any sleepover, lunch hour or day at the beach . Instead of reading the three or four If You Had to Choose questions in teen magazines, you and your friends can spend hours making impossible decisions. So choose between a world without sports or telephones , soap or pizza, and pants or the Internet ! You can even see how well you know your friends by guessing what their answers will be!


Would You Rather...? For Kids! Rating: 5


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