Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
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

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

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.

Other books that might interest you

  • The Hot L Baltimore - cover

    The Hot L Baltimore

    Lanford Wilson, Marshall W. Mason

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Lanford Wilson's THE HOT L BALTIMORE is one of the most important plays of the last 100 years, influencing generations of playwrights. The actors in the original cast had not reached fame before their HOT L debuts, but since then they have achieved extraordinary careers in theater, film and television. This renewed collaboration is a rare treat for anyone who loves excellent playwriting and phenomenal acting. Members of the original Circle Repertory Company are directed by  Marshall W. Mason: Judd Hirsch,  Trish Hawkins, Elizabeth Sturges, Henrietta Bagley, Conchata Ferrell, Burke Pearson, Lisa Emery, Zane Lasky, Ken Kliban, Stephanie Gordon, Brian Tarantina, Jonathan Hogan, and Claris Nelson.
    Show book
  • The Jungle - cover

    The Jungle

    Upton Sinclair

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    The Jungle is a 1906 novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (1878 to1968). The novel portrays the harsh conditions and exploited lives of immigrants in the United States in Chicago and similar industrialized cities.
    Show book
  • Leatherwork and Tanning - cover

    Leatherwork and Tanning

    Lynn Huggins-Cooper

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    This book offers a whistle-stop guide to the history of leathercraft and tanning. The story begins in prehistory when people discovered, perhaps by chance, that skins exposed to smoke or accidentally soaked in autumnal puddles lasted longer. Skins were a valuable resource, used for everything from clothing to shelter, blankets and vessels. The book looks at evidence that shows us how tanning and leather continued to be of prime importance across the globe throughout history, in economic as well as functional terms.The second part of the book brings us up to date, via interviews with modern day leather crafting artisans. These leather crafters generously allowed the author access to their studios and discussed the way they use and adapt traditional methods, techniques and tools for the twenty first century. Photos of their craft, and their working environment offers a unique window into the world of leathercraft.Finally, if you are inspired to try your hand at this fascinating and most ancient of crafts, the book also has a resources section. It includes a valuable list of suppliers of leather, dyes, tools and tanning materials, as well as information about training courses, useful websites and more  everything you need to get started.
    Show book
  • Crafting a Meaningful Home - 27 DIY Projects to Tell Stories Hold Memories and Celebrate Family Heritage - cover

    Crafting a Meaningful Home - 27...

    Meg Mateo Ilasco

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    As the second decade of the 21st century begins, we’re more compelled than ever to find refuge in our homes and personalize our living spaces with DIY projects that celebrate who we are and where we’ve been. In Crafting a Meaningful Home, Meg Mateo Ilasco shares 27 projects that tell personal stories and celebrate heritage, all easily created on a budget. Learn how to decoupage a plate with photos of a best friend; silkscreen upholstery with folk motifs; artfully display love notes; sew a teepee from a vintage quilt top; or create family silhouettes for a festive banner. Contributed by a hip cast of well known designers from across the country, the projects are, at once, nostalgic, sentimental, and modern. Clear instruc­tions are easy to follow, even for beginning crafters.
    Show book
  • Anywhere Anytime Art: Gouache - An Artist's Colorful Guide to Drawing on the Go! - cover

    Anywhere Anytime Art: Gouache -...

    Agathe Singer

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Take a fresh look at an up-and-coming art medium with Anywhere, Anytime Art: Gouache! Gouache paint has a long history, but it’s often associated with watercolor and multimedia art. Until now, that is! Trendy artists with large social-media followings are reinvigorating gouache, making this the ideal time to add this medium to your toolbox...or start your art journey with it!   Like the other books in the Anywhere, Anytime Art series, Gouache explores this medium in a portable, approachable, and contemporary way. Basic painting topics, such as tools and materials, techniques, and color theory, are presented in an easy-to-read, visual style. The subsequent step-by-step projects focus on various subjects that artists can find anywhere, whether they’re home or out and about. Artists can learn to paint their favorite things, including plants, flowers, cats, patterns, and more.  Anywhere, Anytime Art: Gouache is filled with vibrant, colorful artwork that’s sure to inspire any artist to give gouache a try and get out there and paint!  
    Show book
  • Little Girls - cover

    Little Girls

    Klaus Carl H.

    • 0
    • 2
    • 0
    Ever since the ancient greeks sculpted the first kouros, children have been a source of inspiration for some of the world’s greatest artists. Whether portraits of their own children, friends, and family members, or a nostalgic psychological portrayal of the artist’s own youth, depictions of children in art remain arresting examples of an intersection between the picturesque innocence of childhood and the methodical work of adult artistry. In this delightful new puzzle book, children get a chance to see little boys and girls just like them as portrayed by great artists, learning about how children grew up throughout history while experiencing a genuine connection with works of artistic genius.
    Show book