Face dastardly dilemmas with John Burningham's hilarious Would You Rather sequel

Published on: 29 August 2018 Author: Catriona Wightman

John Burningham is back with more puzzling posers in his new sequel to Would You Rather... and we have a little look inside.

An image of the cover of More Would You Rather by John Burningham

John Burningham's children's book Would You Rather... is a classic for a reason - it's guaranteed to get you giggling and have your family scratching their heads.

When John won our Lifetime Achievement Award earlier this year (along with his wife Helen Oxenbury), we were delighted to hear that he was working on a sequel to Would You Rather...

Now More Would You Rather... is here and it's just as silly as we'd hoped, full of tricksy questions designed to get you thinking.

Trust us: BookTrust HQ has been able to focus on little else since John asked whether we'd rather be punched by a bad-tempered baby or pushed over by a badger (we just don't know!)

We've got a look at some of the pages from More Would You Rather... below, so take a look and make sure you tell us what you would rather in the comments!

Puzzle over John Burningham's More Would You Rather

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An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham
An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham
An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham
An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham
An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham
An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham

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An illustration from More Would You Rather by John Burningham

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