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From riddles about creepy-crawlies to jokes about rotten eggs, this book makes kids chuckle even while they scrunch up their noses.
School Library Journal (04/01/14)
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School Library Journal - 04/01/2014 Gr 3–5—Q: What's better than a third grader who knows a new joke? A: A third grader who knows 560 new jokes. This series contains eight books, each of which has 23 pages of jokes, with one to six jokes per page. That's a lot of jokes, including puns ("What do bees chew? Bumblegum") gross jokes ("Two cannibals are eating a clown and one says, 'Does this taste funny to you?'"), and jokes so old they might predate recorded history ("What makes more noise than a dinosaur? Two dinosaurs.") In other words, there's something for everyone here. Six of these books are subject specific (e.g., School, Baseball), but two, Tongue Twisters and Knock-Knock Jokes, offer a veritable smorgasbord of these classic forms. A clean design that relies upon simple shapes, funky bright colors, and understated texture gives this series an up-to-date look, while abundant sharp, silly illustrations by veteran cartoonist Ostrom reinforce some of the more visual jokes. - Copyright 2014 Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and/or School Library Journal used with permission.