Would you rather drink snail squash or eat mashed worms Help a witch make stew Tickle a monkey Or maybe if you could really be anyone or do anything in the world would you rather just be you...
|Title||:||Would You Rather? (Red Fox Picture Books)|
|Publisher||:||Red Fox Auflage UK ed 15 November 1994|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Seiten|
|File Size||:||893 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Would You Rather? (Red Fox Picture Books) Reviews
This was a big favourite of my childhood - I had it in German but do not mind buying it in English, as I can simply translate when reading it to my kids. I remember I found this book very funny, fascinating and exciting as a kid, like having to chose whether it would be worse to come to school naked or to have your father dance on the table in front of your friends. I really hope my children will enjoy this as much as I did ^^
...say that this is one of the most wonderful books of all times. It's so funny and lovely and ... Well, just read it!
I always read this to my 3-4 yr old preschool classes and it was always a huge hit. Kids love to laugh at the silly situations but it also encourage conversation as children verbalize why they make their choices. It's also such fun to see who chooses different things….'you'd rather eat slug stew?"Now my 4yr old grandson loves this book. Captures his sense of humor and his curiosity about the world.Hard to find now since it's out of print.
I am a retired school principal and this was a favorite among my students. They love being able to interact with you as you read the story to them. It is also a great book to use as a springboard to writing. I've used this book with grades K-8th grade.
This was my favorite book of all time when I was a kid. I have now purchased it for my daughter and added it to her collection of books.
This book ranges from the silly to the odd. It all depends on how comfortable you (or your kids) are with kid fears. It gets a little gross at times, but if you are comfortable with it, it can be fun. I know 3 boys (ages 3-5) who really enjoyed the ick factor of this book. It is also a really good springboard for discussions about making choices, especially for kids who see things in black and white. There are a lot of grey areas here.
I would rather share this book than get eaten by a snake.It's a fun read to get children choosing between two often gross, or ridiculous choices. Would have been even better if there were more harder to decide choices....