We received this book in exchange for an honest review.
Review Date: November 19th, 2019
Written By: B.J. Novak
Words are powerful. They can be happy or sad, serious or goofy.
And some of the best words are the ones that make you laugh—the ridiculous words like those in THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES.
YOU can create some of those powerful words.
YOU can write a book that makes grown-ups have to say silly things.
Just fill in the blanks with whatever words you think of (and use an erasable pencil if you want to write a new version later).
Then ask your favorite grown-up to read your book to you, and laugh and laugh at your book with no pictures!
*BONUS STICKER SHEET INCLUDED*
If you have read our previous reviews, you’ve seen how much we love The Book With No Pictures. We have so much fun reading this book, so we were very excited to be able to get our hands on this fill in the blanks version. Madeline has reached an age where she loves to make up silly words and rhymes and stories, so this is exactly the type of book she’s into. And oh, how fun it is! Even before we opened the book, she began making up silly words to include in it. It brings that feeling of Mad Libs, while also being a little sillier and less strict about what kind of words go where. So this is perfect for a younger crowd who don’t yet know what an adjective or verb is. I have a feeling the original book will be forgotten on the shelf for a while in favor of this new version.
- Font Readability: 10/10
- Kid Engagement: 10/10
- Mommy Engagement: 10/10