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The Biggest Kids Joke Book Ever!

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What's yellow and dangerous? Shark-infested custard! What time is it when an elephant sits on your fence? Time to get a new one! If this is your kind of humour then you are probably a kid and this book is exactly what you need. It is simply the most enormous collection of kids' jokes you've ever seen. There is an amazing variety of jokes that will ensure that you are never lost for a funny remark. There are knock, knock jokes (Knock, knock. Who's there? Joan. Joan who? Joan Call us, we'll call you); funny book titles ("The Long Walk" by Miss D. Bus); historical jokes (Why did Henry VIII have so many wives? He liked to chop and change); not to mention tricks, practical jokes and much, much more. Let's face it, no one under the age of 12 should be without this book. It will keep any child you know (and his or her mates) happy for hours and will irritate the heck out of every adult of their acquaintance. From the little darlings' point of view, it just doesn't get any better than that!

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