365 Goofy Jokes and Silly Riddles for Kids by Walt Rogers

365 Goofy Jokes and Silly Riddles for Kids

byWalt Rogers

Kobo ebook | January 30, 2016

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Q: What does the President call his recliner?
A: Chair Force One.

Q: What smells worse than a wet dog?
A: A wet dog with a stuffy nose.

Q: What do they use to make Swiss cheese?
A: Hole milk.

Send a joke in your son's lunch every day! Trade riddles with your daughter on a road trip! Giggle with the grandkids!

365 Goofy Jokes and Silly Riddles for Kids has plenty of clean and wholesome material to keep your budding comedians in stitches!

And now, a quick Q and A with the publisher:

Are there really 365 jokes in this book? That's a full year of daily jokes!

No, there aren't really 365 jokes in the book. There are 366. We had to account for leap years!

Some joke books today use innuendo and curse words. Is this one of those books?

No way. The only dirty word we use is mud. And we don't even know what innuendo means!

So you suggest that parents should buy this book?

No. Kids will drive their parents crazy telling these jokes. Grandparents should buy this book.

Title:365 Goofy Jokes and Silly Riddles for KidsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 30, 2016Publisher:Belleport PublishingLanguage:English

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