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Lots of Jokes for Kids

Zondervan Zondervan

Publisher: Zonderkidz

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Summary

Q: What do you get when you cross a parrot and a centipede? A: A walkie-talkie! 
Q: What kind of light did Noah install on the ark? 
A: Floodlights 
Introducing a collection of jokes that’s hilarious, clean, and kid-friendly and includes everything from knock-knock jokes, to Q&A jokes, tongue twisters, and a whole lot more. Lots of Jokes for Kids is certain to have every kid you know laughing out loud, snorting riotously, and generally gasping for air.

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