I Don't Care If We're There Yet The Backseat Boredom Buster by Joanne O'Sullivan
  

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I Don't Care If We're There Yet The Backseat Boredom Buster by Joanne O'Sullivan

Children love being on holiday or visiting friends and family - it's just the boring hours travelling on the plane, train, bus, or car that they hate. But even long journeys will fly by with this jam-packed collection of activities. In fact, it will keep kids so busy they won't even care when they get there! All kinds of puzzles, personality quizzes, brainteasers, writing and drawing prompts, and word and board games entertain a single kid or a large group. The fun goes way beyond the usual: do scavenger hunts for speeding cars, funny signs and roadside animals, and fold fast-food restaurant napkins into origami creatures. All that's required is a pencil, pen, or a few markers. With so many great things to do, getting there just might be the best part of the trip!

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Format

Paperback
272 pages
Interest Age: 8 to 12

Author

Joanne O'Sullivan
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Publisher

Lark Books,U.S.

Publication date

24th July 2008

ISBN

9781579908485


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