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Best Road Trip Jokes Ever - Jokes for Kids - cover

Best Road Trip Jokes Ever - Jokes for Kids

Chantelle Grace

Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC

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Summary

When is a car like a frog? When it's being toad.
How do fleas travel from place to place? By itch-hiking.
The next time you're planning a long ride in the car, grab this fun joke book for kids and laugh out loud while you keep the family road trip interesting!
Roll down the windows and hold on to your hats because you are in for quite the ride. With hilarious jokes and puns for children that are sure to cause a few eye rolls, you're all set for miles of smiles.
Note: These jokes are best read out loud to everyone in the car. No noise-canceling headphones allowed!
Available since: 06/02/2020.
Print length: 96 pages.

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