The perfect boredom-busting book for long winter evenings with the family, Richard Herring's Would You Rather? is packed with hundreds of the biggest questions to face us all, including: Would you rather have a conversation with a dolphin or an elephant? Would you rather fall in love or fall into a swimming pool full of your favourite biscuits? Would you rather live in a giant shoe or a giant peach? Would you rather own a car with Jimmy Carr, a lorry with Laurie Anderson or a van with Van Morrison? The questions will have the whole family, whether 6 or 106, debating on car journeys and train journeys, or stuck in on wet days during the school holidays, and will keep you entertained around the table at Christmas lunch (or when you're falling asleep after Christmas lunch...). Fun, family-friendly and often completely bonkers, this book is a perfect gift as well as a game.

Author Richard Herring
Isbn 0751585726
Genre Games & Activities
Year 2021-10-07
Pages 224
Language English
File format PDF

The perfect party game for kids in a book! “TRUTH OR DARE?” Those three little words are guaranteed to spark instant fun, uncontrollable laughter, and even a little bit of blushing. And you’ll definitely surprise yourself and your friends along the way. Includes 200 truths and 200 dares, plus jokes and offbeat trivia. Truth: What is the grossest thing you’ve ever eaten? OR Dare: Write a song about your crush—and sing it out loud! Truth: Have you ever peed in someone’s pool? OR Dare: Pretend to transform into a werewolf.

Author Courtney Carbone
Isbn 1523505141
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
Year 2019-08-06
Pages 408
Language English
File format PDF

It was 1914 when Sister Alice Ross-King left Australia for the war. Nursing was her passion - all she had ever wanted to do. But Alice couldn't have imagined what she would see. She served four long years and was brave, humble and endlessly compassionate. Using extracts from Alice's actual diaries kept in the Australian War Memorial, this true story captures the danger, the heartache and the history of the young nurse who would one day become the most decorated woman in Australia.

Author Kate Simpson,Jess Racklyeft
Isbn 1760873543
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Year 2020-03-03
Pages 32
Language English
File format PDF