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Jokes & Riddles

Eugene Bradley Coco

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media™

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Summary

Kids will love “Jokes & Riddles” filled with sound effects and whimsical music. These easy-to- memorize jokes include: What goes over your head and under your feet, but doesn't cover your body? Answer: A jump rope. Or, what has many teeth but never any cavities? Answer: A comb. And, I have a head and a tail but no body. What am I? Answer: A penny. These simple jokes and riddles will have the entire family laughing and repeating them over and over again. “Jokes & Riddles,” is positive, silly, funny, adorable, and perfect to encourage early literacy skills for young learners.
Available since: 03/06/2020.

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