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Would You Rather...

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 84 Ratings and 38 Reviews

Book Description
Given the choice, we think most kids would rather read John Burningham's books than taste slug dumplings, jump in nettles, or possibly even dance with a goat. However, in the delightfully silly Would You Rather..., readers are invited to play with these and many other ideas--absurd, gross, or tantalizing. A small mop-topped child lets his imagination run away with such personal challenges as,... More
Book Information
PublisherChronicle Books
BindingPaperback (13 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
ISBN-101587172178
ISBN-13978-1587172175
Publication Date02/01/2003
The Creators
About John Burningham (Author, Illustrator) : John Burningham is a published adapter, author, compiler, editor, and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of John Burningham include Mr. Gumpy's outing, Aldo, Oi! Get Off... more
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5/8/2009 Scarlett Rickard said: Just a perfect premise for a book, provided hours of belly laughs as children wondering whether we'd rather our dad did a dance at school, or our mum had a row in a café! Always the former (we had first hand experience of the latter!).

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8/28/2007 Susan Mitchell tagged as: I Read

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