The Anti-Boredom Book of Brilliant Things to Do: Games, Crafts, Puzzles, Jokes, Riddles, and Trivia for Hours of Fun
DescriptionHave fun and stay busy anytime and anywhere with loads of games, quizzes, challenges, and activities. Even though real life is filled with plenty of action, sometimes you find yourself sitting through a never-ending car ride, waiting on a long line, or with a couple hours with nothing planned. This book is perfect for those times when you don't have anything to do. It's jam packed with witty jokes, mind-boggling puzzles and challenges, wacky ideas, silly questions, fun quizzes, and interesting lists. With more than a hundred different activities, it's guaranteed to keep you amused for ages! The Anti-Boredom Book of Brilliant Things to Do is divided into various themes with lots of different things to do for each one. There are creative activities, items to choose and score, riddles to solve, games, and loads of funny stuff! Some of those things include:
- Design an awesome, one-of-a-kind sandwich
- "Would you rather?" sports questions
- Create some crazy names for an imaginary friend
- Learn some cool slang for "money"
- List the craziest pets you can imagine
- Rate popular music genres
- Trivia about classic movies and TV shows
- Write your own school report
- Quiz to choose your dream job
- How to say "cell phone" in eleven different languages
- And more!
April 21, 2020
5.5 X 8.2 X 0.5 inches | 0.35 pounds
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About the Author
Andy Seed won the 2015 Blue Peter book award for his non-fiction collection of facts, jokes, and wordplay, The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff, and now also writes fiction and poetry with the emphasis on fun. After appearing on The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Andy wrote a series of nostalgic memoirs for adults about his days as a young teacher in the Dales, with the first, All Teachers Great and Small, described by the Daily Mail as "heart-warming and hilarious." Andy spends much of his time promoting reading for pleasure in schools across the UK, where his memorable and dramatic visits create a huge enthusiasm for books. He is a table tennis enthusiast, a Manchester United fan, and a haphazard gardener. Visit his website at www.andyseed.com. He lives in Gloucestershire.