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The Wackiest Joke Book That'll Knock-Knock You Over! - Over 838 Jokes! - cover

The Wackiest Joke Book That'll Knock-Knock You Over! - Over 838 Jokes!

Press Editors of Portable

Publisher: Portable Press

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Summary

The editors behind The Wackiest Joke Book Ever! return with more than 800 family-friendly one-liners, riddles, puns, and loads of knock-knock jokes!   Kids of all ages will be giggling, chuckling, chortling, and guffawing with this mammoth collection of jokes that cover child-friendly topics, including dinosaurs, monsters, history, and wacky jokes that will make them (and you) laugh out loud. They’ll get a kick out of zingers such as:  Q: Why did T. rex cross the road?A: To eat the chickens on the other side.   Knock-knock! Who’s there? Beets. Beets who? Beets me, I can’t even remember my name.  Q: Why did the elephant quit the circus?A: He was tired of working for peanuts.   And many more!
Available since: 03/06/2018.
Print length: 256 pages.

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