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Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids Paperback – August 1, 2010
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Over 1.5 million sold!
Q: Who keeps the ocean clean?
A: The mermaid.
Q: How do you make a hot dog stand?
A: Take away its chair.
Q: What happens to race car drivers when they eat too much?
A: They get indy-gestion.
The laughter won't stop with Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids. With hundreds of one-liners, knock knock jokes, and tongue twisters, this book is sure to have kids rolling on the floor! These good, clean jokes are perfect for the young comedian in your family.
Rob Elliott has been a publishing professional for more than fifteen years and lives in West Michigan, where in his spare time he enjoys laughing out loud with his wife and four children.
About the Author
Rob Elliott is the author of several popular joke books for kids, including Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids, which is a USA TODAY and Wall Street Journal bestseller. Rob's joke books have sold more than 2.5 million copies. He lives in West Michigan, where in his spare time he enjoys laughing out loud with his wife and five children. Learn more at www.laughoutloudjokesforkids.com.
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It has knock, knock jokes too!! Just little crazy fun jokes for a child and if it allows her to enjoy reading then it's a win!!!
A: If they lifted the other leg, they'd fall over.
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LAUGH-OUT LOUD JOKES FOR KIDS offers 123 pages of jokes for kids, divided into categories such as Q&A, Animal, and Knock-Knock. It's best for kids who know how to read but aren't too old to roll their eyes at the "groaner" potential of many of the jokes (Q: Why did Jimmy throw the clock out the window? A: He wanted to see time fly) -- say, ages 7 through 11. The price is low enough that a child can have his/her own volume, and have been known to lug them around waiting to spring the jokes on an appreciative audience. Recommended.