Big Book of Quizzes: Fun, Quirky Questions for You and Your Friends

Big Book of Quizzes: Fun, Quirky Questions for You and Your Friends

by From the Editors of Faithgirlz!

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Overview

Welcome to the world of, well, you! The Faithgirlz! Big Book of Quizzes offers more than twenty quizzes delve into school, friends, faith, family, guys, and questions “All-About-You.” Take the quizzes on your own or with friends. Some funny, some thought-provoking, every quiz ends with wide range of answers to help girls think about themselves, get advice on tons of topics, and learn little “who knew?” facts about how they really think and feel—done in a fun format every girl loves.

Girls will love circling questions, asking BFFs for best answers, and LOLing at those “that’s SO me” moments. And, yet, each has a takeaway message that makes the Big Book of Quizzes a super entertaining, relevant, and interactive read for girls ages eight to twelve.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310755654
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Publication date: 05/03/2016
Series: Faithgirlz
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishing
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 904,443
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

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Big Book of Quizzes: Fun, Quirky Questions for You and Your Friends 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Lindz2012 More than 1 year ago
I think this book would good source for all young girls. For me, I just could not get too far into. For the fact that it geared towards little girls. I would have done this with my friends or let them to do it. I really just could not get into it. I have not little girls or teens. My step-siblings are boys. All are above the age of 18. I would think this book would be good hit for all though that love to do quizzes and though fun thing growing up. I hope though teen get the answers though this book. They can do it with friends or siblings. There are different section for different groups or just when you need or want to do. It not all that bad. Though it not gear in a way to read it for review. I more gear to write in it or use paper to write down answers. This is better for though that have girls in their preteen or teen years.
GHott More than 1 year ago
Hott Review: This big book of quizzes is terrific! My pre-teen and I spent several hours enjoying these and she spent even more time with her friends. The book is well laid out and offers a little bit of everything interesting to teen girls – remember the ones we spent hours over when we were their age? My only issue with this book is that it’s intended for 8-12 year olds and my daughter and her friends are on the top half of that spectrum, but much of this doesn’t apply yet. I believe, based on my experience with teen & preteen girls in our school that this book would apply for a much broader range. More… Author: From the Editors of Faithgirlz! Source: Book Look Bloggers Grade: A Ages: 10-18
millstreetreader More than 1 year ago
Big Book of Quizzes is put together by the Editors of Faithgirlz!  When I saw this title was available for review from BookLook, I was curious.  Could it hold its own against magazines,  books, games, and apps from the pop culture, or would this be a "preachy" publication with the guise of entertainment?  I'm delighted to say that Faithgirlz has done a good job and I look forward to passing the book onto my preteen granddaughter.  First off the graphics are young and vibrant.  The first set of quizzes and activities focus on the reader -- her personality, how she judges herself, her take on technology, etc.  The second chapter looks at school, learning style, gossiping and money habits all wrapped in some fun quizzes.  Of course, there is a chapter on best friends, boys, and other "bafflers." I especially liked the quiz on being a good friend -- give too many C answers and you'll end up with the Little Miss Meanie rating, along with some sound advice on how to change.  The last section is for faith and family.  With realistic reminders that it isn't always easy being part of a family, the authors put together quizzes on family closeness, gratefulness, and being a good sister.  All have the right mixture of light-hearted tone and seriousness.  The last two quizzes Got Spiritual Stumpers? and How do U Connect With God? ask questions and give responses that may just help preteen girls as those tough questions about God and faith begin to pop up among their peers.  Some of the questions in this book would make fun "sleep over" talk, while others are probably meant to done alone and pondered.  Altogether I think this is a fun book and Faithgirlz should keep up the effort to provide alternatives to the pop culture. I received a copy of this book form BookLook for my honest opinion.
yop More than 1 year ago
my review: i received my copy of Big Book of Quizzes by The Faithgirlz! courtesy of Booklook Bloggers in return for an honest review. I chose this book for my daughter, in order to get to know here a bit better. I enjoyed hearing her answers to the fun quizzes and love the idea of a book geared to girls her age. She too thought it was a fun book and looks forward to going through it. Some of the quizzes were not applicable to her, as we are a home school family, but she enjoyed them nonetheless. I love the idea of a Christian version of quizzes about relationships, girlfriends, and style. I am looking forward to the quizzes she shares with me.
Savingsinseconds More than 1 year ago
You know, the Seventeen magazine quizzes that let you imagine different scenarios with boys, friends, makeup, or whatever? Well, here's the tamed down Christian version. The Big Book Of Quizzes is perfect to let your daughter and her friends connect with good, clean fun! At the end of each quiz there's a point scale breakdown so your girl can figure out where she sits on the spectrum. The pages are full-color and attractive. With fun fonts, cute graphics, and of-the-time topics, this will be the hit of the sleepover for a tween party. I like the "Would You Rather" section for a quick conversation starter. Even though this book comes to us from the editors of Faithgirlz! it's not dripping with evangelism. There's a spirituality section tucked safely at the end of the book; it's just enough to make this book cool for the Christian tween. Definitely a winner for girls who like to find their niche!  This book needs to be on your Christmas shopping list.  This might keep them busy on Christmas day long after the iPads run out of charge!  I received this book to review. The opinions shared here are 100% mine.