Would You Rather...
Would you rather have supper in a castle, breakfast in a balloon, or tea on the river? Would you rather be made to eat spider stew, taste slug dumplings, chew mashed worms, or drink a snail shake? In a series of challenges inspired by the beloved game Top That!, John Burningham lets readers' imaginations soar with propositions from the whimsical to the outrageous. Here is a surefire giggle-getter for storytime, perfect for sharing with any child who's ever wanted to do something completely out of the ordinary.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - matthewbloome - LibraryThing
This might segue into a nice piece of persuasive writing if it is presented right. I don't know yet. I haven't had a chance to try it, though I intend to. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tarannum93 - LibraryThing
Since I read three books by the same author, I was able to see that there is a theme in his books.Its all about using your wild imagination. This books is about would you rather to this wild thing vs. that wild thing. I think yound students would defintely enjoy this funny book. Read full review
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Limited preview - 2005
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