Author: I. P. Happy
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2017-03-06
How do Easter bunnies leave a room ? Through the egg-sit! There is nothing like the gift of laughter to bring you together and make memories, so make the most of this Easter with 'Easter jokes for kids' providing hours of fun and laughter for all your friends and family. Not only does this book have over 150 laugh out loud jokes, but it also has a bonus section with Easter colouring in pictures and exciting puzzles.
Knock, knock Who's there? Sherwood. Sherwood who? Sherwood like to be in the Easter parade. Get ready to crack up with more than two dozen egg-citing Easter knock-knock jokes in this egg-straordinary lift-the-flap book. Hop along with a bunch of funny bunnies and enjoy an egg hunt, a parade, and more. You'll just dye laughing!
Knock, knock! Who's there? Peas! Peas who? Peas be my Valentine! Valentine's Day is sweeter than ever in this hearty collection of knock-knock jokes. Lift the flaps and laugh your heart out with a group of kids and a pair of lovesick hamsters. You'll be tickled pink!
Author: Tom Nick Cocotos
Publisher: National Geographic Books
Release Date: 2012
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
Presents more than one hundred fifty stories of stupid criminals and the crimes they committed, detailing how they eventually got caught, and provides information on strange food crimes, wacky laws, and animal crimes.
Author: Randall Stross
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2009-09-22
Genre: Business & Economics
Draws on interviews with Google's CEO and the heads of its newest businesses to trace the story of the company's ambitions and influence, covering such topics as its acquisition of YouTube and its role in reshaping business and culture.
Fart is excited! He's desperate to make friends and have fun. But no one likes a fart. Not even a fart with a heart. Too smelly. Too embarrassing. Too gross. Zoë has written lots of grown-up books, none of which mention a single fart. She is the mother of two little people and a cat with a permanently cranky face. She wants it known that despite writing this book, she still doesn't like farts, even if her husband Tooty McFluffson refuses to acknowledge this.