Litercurious Book Review
|Title||Super Silly Jokes for Kids|
|Publisher||Happy Fox Books; First edition (August 11, 2020)|
|Pages / File||83 / 83425 KB|
Vicki Whiting was a third-grade teacher and now enjoys reaching children through the Kid Scoop page.
Jeff Schinkel illustrated Super Silly Jokes for Kids. He attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and loves teaching children how to draw.
Super Silly Jokes for Kids is exactly what the title implies. The book is full of silly jokes, puns and riddles. The book covers a wide variety of topics. There are knock-knock jokes, jokes about animals, food jokes, school jokes and riddles.
Super Silly Jokes for Kids is a great starter book for anyone looking to learn child friendly jokes. As with most silly joke books, there are some good jokes and there are a few lame jokes. Kid Scoop did a really good job of compiling these jokes and Vicki did a great job of editing.
The layout of the book is perfect for kids. Some jokes are straightforward; joke – answer. Some of the riddles have to be matched with the correct answer. Topics are generally combined together in sections.
The art is fabulous. The design is pleasing and entertaining.
I would like to thank NetGalley and Happy Fox Books for affording me the opportunity to review Super Silly Jokes for Kids.
LITERCURIOUS CHILD FRIENDLY JOKE
Q. What do you call a camel with no humps?
A. Humphrey (hump-free).