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The Big Book of Big Laughs for Kids - cover

The Big Book of Big Laughs for Kids

Sandy Silverthorne

Publisher: Revell

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Summary

What do you get when you take tons of hilarious one-liners, riddles, knock-knock jokes, and tongue twisters, add dozens of hilarious illustrations, and then multiply by two? Sandy Silverthorne's biggest joke book! 
 
This crazy-fun, fully illustrated book is filled with the best clean humor around. Jokes like 
 
What do you call a flock of sheep rolling down a hill? A lamb-slide! 
 
I've started telling everyone about the benefits of eating dried grapes. It's all about raisin awareness. 
 
Knock, knock. 
Who's there? 
Ammonia. 
Ammonia who? 
Ammonia little kid. What do you expect? 
 
Get ready for hours of fun making your friends laugh, making your family laugh, but mostly making yourself laugh! Ideal for kids ages 6-12.
Available since: 09/05/2023.
Print length: 272 pages.

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