This book has a lot of fun and funny stuff as Dr. Gavin has said, "A sense of humor can brighten family life. You can blow raspberries on a baby's belly, put on a silly hat and chase a 3-year-old, or pretend to fall into a pile of leaves to amuse a first-grader. As kids grow into preteens and teens, you can share puns and jokes as their sense of what's funny grows more sophisticated. Laughing together is a way to connect, and a good sense of humor also can make kids smarter, healthier, and better able to cope with challenges." - Dr. Mary L. Gavin, M.D.
"Brilliant Screen-Free Stuff To Do With Kids: A Handy Reference for Parents and Grandparents" combines the expertise of the American Academy of pediatrics with activities for a variety of age ranges that are designed to prevent boredom and irritability. - Taylor Miller, Tyler Morning Tribune
This book creates many happy memories and real fun with kids.