The idea is simple. Someone asks for a part of speech: a verb, a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. We've included definitions and examples of the parts of speech in case you've forgotten. Players call out their ideas to fill in the blanks. In the end, you have a story reeling from one silly sentence to another until nothing makes sense, but it all makes you laugh. That's what you call a Mad Lib -«, the world's greatest word game. Players have been howling with friends or laughing all to themselves for 35 years!
Unmatched in topsy-turvy hilarity, Upside Down Mad Libs-« includes, "Video Madness," "Words to Swear By," "Flashes on Faxes," and for computer whiz kids, "Good to the Last Byte." Upside Down Mad Libs-« carries on the side-splitting tradition while taking the laughs to new, dizzying heights.
Upside down Mad Libs
Penguin Young Readers Group