Gobble Gobble Giggles: Turkey Riddles by Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg
Why isn't it safe for turkeys to do math?
If they add 5 + 3, they get ATE!
What did the turkeys say when the Pilgrims passed the potatoes?
"No, thanks. We're stuffed!"
Those princesses of puns, the royals of riddledom, Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg are the go-to goddesses to turn to whenever an occasion for easy reading levity presents itself, and, after all, what is more lampoon-able than the titillating turkey? And these riddlemeisters for all seasons do not disappoint with their offerings for the Thanksgiving table:
What do you get when you cross a turkey with an octopus?
A Thanksgiving dinner with drumsticks for everyone!
And there are gobbler giggles for everyone in Hall and Eisenberg's Turkey Riddles (Easy-to-Read, Puffin), in this classic-as-green-bean-casserole favorite for the thankful season. Kristin Sorra adds to the spread with enticing full-page illustrations that set off each tasty morsel of holiday humor, leaving those beginning readers with a funnybone, er, well satisfied.
What did the sweet potatoes say to the turkey?
"Here I YAM!"