Would You Rather...? Wonderfully Weird Over 300 Crazy Questions! by Justin Heimberg, David Gomberg


Would You Rather...? Wonderfully Weird Over 300 Crazy Questions! by Justin Heimberg, David Gomberg

Filled with the kind of imaginative, edgy, but family-friendly humor children love, Would You Rather ...? Wonderfully Weird is an all-new edition to the the stomach-churning, laugh-inducing line that began with the American Library Association's Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers Would You Rather...? Gross Out. Whether read alone or used in a group as a party game, writing exercise, or icebreakers, the questions of Would You Rather...? Wonderfully Weird will have readers giggling and gagging as they have too much fun to notice they're building their reading, comprehension, and cognition skills. Would you rather...Play with Dog poo-scented Play Doh OR a Lite-Brite made with shards of broken glass? Would you rather...wear starched and ironed underwear for a month or use poison-ivy as toilet paper once? Would you rather...only be able to move forward while jumping rope OR only be able to eat while wearing a baby's bib?

About the Author

Justin Heimberg has sold over 1 million books, including books in the Would You Rather ... ? and Worst Case Scenario series. He has also worked as a screenwriter for major movie studios and in prime-time network television. He lives in Los Angeles. David Gomberg lives in New York City.

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224 pages


Justin Heimberg, David Gomberg
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Publication date

30th May 2013



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