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Reader's Digest Fun Jokes for Funny Kids Vol. 2

Reader's Digest (Editor)

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Description

Why did the cow cross the road...

...To get to the moooovie theater.

Do you have a budding comedian on your hands?  Loaded with Knock Knock jokes, riddles, one-liners, tongue twisters and puns, Fun Jokes for Funny Kids Vol. 2 will give them hours of new material that will keep kids ages 6-12 rolling in laughter.

Knock Knock jokes, riddles, tongue twisters, one-liners and puns guaranteed to make your kids (and you) laugh out loud.

Plus--Icon for Alexa's Favorites.  Alexa is a 3rd grader from New York who loves telling jokes.  She has hand-picked her favorites from each chapter.

Knock Knock.

...Who's there?

Wendy.

...Wendy who?

Wendy bell works again I won't have to knock anymore.

Knock Knock.

...Who's there?

Pecan.

...Pecan who?

Pecan someone you're own size!

Why didn't the scarecrow eat dinner?

...He was already stuffed!
 

Why was King Arthur's army too tired to fight?

...It had too many sleepless knights!

 How do you put a baby alien to sleep?

...You rocket!

I weight nothing, but you can still see me. If you put me in a bucket, I make the bucket lighter. What am I? A Hole!

Why did Humpty Dumpty have a great fall? To make up for his miserable summer!

Why do cows have bells? Because thier horns don't work!

You answer me but I never ask a question. What am I? A telephone.

What building has the most stories? A library.
 

Reader's Digest, 9781621454519, 128pp.

Publication Date: November 5, 2019



About the Author

Reader's Digest magazine is the #1 collector of humor around the world.  The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. is a global multi-brand media company that educates, entertains and connects audiences around the world. It publishes 92 magazines, including 50 editions of Reader’s digest, the world’s largest paid-circulation magazine. With a rate base of 5.5 million and more than 32 million readers, Reader’s digest is the largest magazine in the country.