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Laugh-Out-Loud Awesome Jokes for Kids - cover

Laugh-Out-Loud Awesome Jokes for Kids

Rob Elliott

Publisher: HarperCollins

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Summary

The #1 bestselling Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids series returns with a timeless collection of jokes for every occasion and every member of the family! A great activity book for kids 5 to 10, including anyone looking for a boredom buster when home from school. 
Get ready for a barrel of laughs in a pint-sized package: the jokes, riddles, knock-knocks, and puns don’t stop coming in Rob Elliott’s new collection of never-before-heard instant classics. Fresh and clean, this book is for good times with the whole family that will never grow old. 
Q: Do you want to hear a pizza joke? A: Are you sure? It’s gonna be cheesy! 
If you're looking for funny books for kids, what could be better than one of Rob Elliott’s beloved joke books? These must-have knee-slappers will have the entire family in stitches, with knock-knock jokes, puns, and riddles for every occasion. Perfect for young comedians, class clowns, and jokesters of all ages! 
 
Rob Elliott is a trusted resource for funny jokes that are hugely popular with elementary aged kids. As Brightly noted in a recommendation, his books have "knock-knock jokes, old classics, and even a few that you probably haven’t heard yet, which is a kindness for parents everywhere." 
Rob Elliott’s bestselling Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids series has sold more than 5 million copies!

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