I received these books for review. If you're looking for some great stocking stuffer ideas, consider these two challenge style books. People love to challenge each other, and these books will challenge you not to laugh from the first page to the last. Challenge your siblings, Mom and Dad, friends or anyone! Distract your kids from their screen time and encourage a little social interaction. Check out these affordable stocking stuffer ideas for your family.
The Don't Laugh Challenge Joke Book - Stocking Stuffer Edition by Billy Boy is available on Amazon for $7.99. Kids of all ages will enjoy it, but it's probably best suited for kids age 6-12. This book will teach your kids new jokes and help them develop a stronger sense of humor and increase their self confidence. The Don't Laugh Challenge Joke Book is not your average joke book. It's more than just a book, it's also a game that's meant to be shared and played with others. Anyone you know is a potential opponent. The rules are simple: you take turns telling each other jokes. The object is for the person telling the joke to make it so funny that the other person can't help but laugh. The person who's listening has to do his best not to laugh, or even crack a smile, because if he does, then the teller gets a point. The first person to reach five points wins! This is a perfect way to have some good clean family fun together.
The Try Not to Laugh Challenge - Would You Rather - EWW Edition by Crazy Corey is available on Amazon for $6.99. It's very similar to The Try Not to Laugh book, but this one has the an added EWW factor. It includes more than 160 hilarious, creepy crawly, ooey gooey and smelly questions that are guaranteed to make you stop, think and giggle! Kids age 6-12 will especially love these jokes! To play, read the Would You Rather questions out loud, and then tell which option you would choose and explain why. But you need to explain it in the goofiest way you possibly can because you want to make your opponent laugh so you can get a point. At the end of the game, the person with the most points wins!
Both of these books were a big hit with my kids (age 7, 11 and 12). It was so nice to hear so much laughter as they played together. They've challenged my husband and me, so we'll soon see who can keep the straightest face...parents, or kids!
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