|About the Book|
From time to time we all come into contact with other people’s children. Sometimes we are asked to ‘look after them’, perhaps just for a few minutes. Anyone who’s ever done a spot of ‘babysitting’ knows that keeping kids amused can be quite tricky,MoreFrom time to time we all come into contact with other people’s children. Sometimes we are asked to ‘look after them’, perhaps just for a few minutes. Anyone who’s ever done a spot of ‘babysitting’ knows that keeping kids amused can be quite tricky, especially as they demand our complete focus and attention. While in that situation, what if you could keep those kids engaged and entertain yourself at the same time? It is possible to accomplish both those things and get a kick out of it with ‘Fun Things To Tell Kids That Aren’t Yours’.Filled with over 150 amusing things to tell other people’s children, it’s ideal for anyone who spends time with a child that doesn’t belong to them. You don’t need the desire to become an evil aunt or uncle. You simply need an appreciation of how gullible children can be, and the playful urge to convince them that a few of the following things are true:From why it’s okay to wet the bed, to what to do should they accidentally cough up a lung. It covers everything from ways of embarrassing mummy, to teaching them which monsters are waiting to grab them in their bedroom. It’s also loaded with helpful advice ranging from how to make spiders run away, and it answers some of children’s most delicate questions, like where babies come from, and why dogs lick their own nuts.Will you be able to sleep at night after telling a child these things? No, you’ll be too busy laughing at the nuggets of plausible nonsense you’ll have nourished them with. Just don’t tell them to your own kids!If you want a book that makes you laugh, or a gift for someone with a sense of humour, buy this!