Giggle Fit: Nutty Jokes

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You'll go mad for these jokes! They're so wacky and wild, they'll just keep cracking you up over and over again. Why don't fish go on-line? Because they're afraid of being caught in the net. Where do great dragons end up? In the Hall of Flame. What is a baker's favorite kind of book? A who-donut. Where do spies do their shopping? At the snooper-market. Let the gags begin! 8 X 8. 48 4c pages
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Overview

You'll go mad for these jokes! They're so wacky and wild, they'll just keep cracking you up over and over again. Why don't fish go on-line? Because they're afraid of being caught in the net. Where do great dragons end up? In the Hall of Flame. What is a baker's favorite kind of book? A who-donut. Where do spies do their shopping? At the snooper-market. Let the gags begin! 8 X 8. 48 4c pages
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Children's Literature
Be very choosy when you give a child a joke book¾you will be a captive audience for your budding comedian's newfound comedic repertoire. Loosely grouped into thematic sections focusing on subjects such as school, sports and dinosaurs, this collection of around 150 jokes and riddles will provide plenty of fodder for junior Lettermans and Lenos. Many of the riddles focus on animals, and several jokes dealing with computers and the Internet make the book seem up-to-date. Although it is probably inevitable that some of the weaker jokes will fall flat, most of the "punny" jokes will be hits with their audience. Harpster's bright and cheerful cartoon illustrations are a good match for the tone of the text. The subject index is a somewhat unusual inclusion for a short joke book, but this feature might help young readers find just the right elephant joke. One of the "Giggle Fit" series of tongue twisters and joke books. 2001, Sterling, $12.95. Ages 4 to 8. Reviewer: Norah Piehl
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402701207
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Series: Giggle Fit Series
  • Pages: 48
  • Sales rank: 943,637
  • Age range: 5 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.96 (w) x 10.62 (h) x 0.36 (d)

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