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Keep the Kids Laughing as we Get Ready for School. Book suggestions – 08/15/13

Posted on: Thursday, August 15th, 2013

With a title like our book suggestions really don’t require any further explanation.
 
Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids by Rob Elliott is for kids 7 and up.  What happens to race car drivers when they eat too much?  They get indy-gestion.  Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids provides children ages 7-10 many hours of fun and laughter.  Young readers will have a blast sharing this collection of hundreds of one-liners, knock knock jokes, tongue twisters, and more with their friends and family!  This brand new book will have children rolling on the floor with laughter and is sure to be a great gift idea for any child.  Review from Amazon.

101 Dog and Cat Jokes for Kids (Animal Jokes for Kids – Joke Books for Kids vol. 13)101 Dog and Cat Jokes for Kids for Kids is a wonderful, natural way for children to improve their reading.  They are able to practice their reading skills whilst enjoying themselves.
 
Joke books for kids have the added benefit of improving memories, and importantly, instilling confidence. Children are given a great reason to talk in front of groups and with practice are able to feel comfortable doing it.
 
Joke books for kids on kindle are also a fun way for a family to interact, laughing – or moaning – at the jokes.
 

 
How do cats freshen their breath?
Mouse – wash!
 
What dogs make the best hairdressers?
Shampoodles!
 
What kind of dog goes tick, tick, woof, woof, tick, tick, woof, woof?
A watch dog!
 
What animal has even more lives than a cat?
A toad – it is always croaking!
 
Why do you have to be careful when it starts raining cats and dogs?
You might step in a poodle!
Review from Amazon.

National Geographic Kids Just Joking: 300 Hilarious Jokes, Tricky Tongue Twisters, and Ridiculous Riddles is for kids 7 – 10.
 
Q: What happened to the frog that parked illegally?
A: He was toad away.
 
Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Cash.
Cash who?
No thanks. I prefer peanuts.
 
Tongue Twister! Say this fast three times: See me sneak in my squeaky, reeking sneakers.

Q: What do you call a polar bear wearing earmuffs?
A: Anything you want. He can’t hear you!
 
Q: Why do magicians do so well in school?
A: They’re good at trick questions.
Review from Amazon.

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