Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids Book Review

by Sandy Kirby Quandt

Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids by Sandy Silverthorne is written for the 6-12 year old range. So why, you might ask, would I request this 138 page gem from Revell? Because sometimes, you just need to read something that brings a smile to your face, and a giggle to your lips. And that’s exactly what this book of jokes, riddles, and puns does. It reminds me of the days Pie and I read similar books, and groaned over the corniness of it all when he was in elementary school. Perfect.

Do you like jokes? Here’s one for you.

A dad and his son were out driving.

Dad: Oh no! I just went through that stop sign.

Son: Don’t worry. The police car behind us did the same thing.

Here’s a riddle for you.

Q: What would happen if you threw blue tennis into the Red sea?

A: They’d get wet.

Or how about books found in Emily Biddle’s Bookmobile such as Why Christy Walked to School by Mr. Buss.

Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids is a fun, quick read children will love and read over and over and over.

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Revell provided me with a complimentary copy of this book for a fair and honest review, which is exactly what I gave.

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