I received a free e-copy of Funny Kids Book by Sheryl Green which contains three separate books that she’s written. The second one I read is Knock Knock Jokes, which is the one I’m reviewing today:
Are you looking for screen-free entertainment for your kids? Search no more, Would You Rather for Kids is the ultimate game book for parties, road trips, sleepovers and more. This interactive book for kids includes more than 200 questions spread over 4 different levels that guarantees hours of fun for the whole family!In this book the most hilarious and witty answers are rewarded. Challenge your kids to see who can come up with the funniest and most creative explanations to win the game!
- Over 200 silly, and thought provoking questions for the entire family.
- A great family game to get your kids thinking and expressing themselves.
- Clean, family-friendly and school appropriate humor
- Perfect for classroom fun time!
- Excellent conversation starter
- Ideal travel game, works amazingly on long car rides
- Kid tested!
- The best kids activity book for boys and girls ages 6 to 12!
I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
What a fun game book! This game has four sections of questions where a winner for each question is chosen by a designated judge. The four sections are:
- The Land of Silly. Example: Would you rather live in a mushroom with the Smurfs or in a pineapple under the sea with SpongeBob SquarePants?
- The Gross Challenge. Example: Would you rather eat your toenails or eat your ear wax? (YUCK)
- The Fun Catch. Example: Would you rather visit the International Space Station or an underwater hotel?
- The Impossible Choice. Example: Would you rather be the funniest person alive or the smartest person alive?
This is a great book for a family to enjoy together. It would be a lot of fun on a long road trip. It would also be good for when friends get together or even in the classroom.
About the Author
A mother of 4 beautiful children and content editor by trade, Sheryl Green set out to write children’s books that her own kids would love and enjoy.