Thursday, January 12, 2017

Snickers, Giggles, and Guffaws! Belly Laugh: Riddles and Puns for Kids by Bethany Straker

What is there a lot of in the Pacific Ocean?

Water. [Duh!]

In Bethany Straker's just published new edition of Belly Laugh Riddles and Puns for Kids: 350 Hilarious Riddles and Puns (Sky Pony Press, 2016), there are purely silly riddles. And then there are some downright literary ones.

When is it possible for Friday to come before Thursday?

In a dictionary.

How is the letter "E" like London?

Because "E" is the capital of England.

Some riddles are downright ancient.

What is tiny and sharp and has only one eye?

A needle.

And some are quite modern.

Why do you always find the remote in the last place you look?

Because when you find it, you quit looking!

It takes all kinds, and this sturdy joke and riddle book has all sorts of them, 350 in all, for kids from primary grades up, and just in case you don't have a sarcastic big brother or sister handy, it also comes with a handy DUH! button to provide the silly, snarky sound effects. This one provides enough witty, quirky, punny, silly, and intellectual humor to please everyone who appreciates a good quip.



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