Jokes

Ha-Ha! Jokes for You

Like to hear jokes? Like to tell them? People have riddled for fun throughout history and all across the world. From Africa to Spain to Russia, brainteasers and jokes rule. Always have. Today, you can't keep a good joke to yourself. They're everywhere: in books, on cereal boxes, even sometimes on popsicle sticks.

Find funny jokes, punny jokes, riddles and knock knocks both online and in the library

The Biggest Joke Book Ever (No Kidding)

By Michael Pellowski

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This book is jam packed with hundreds and hundreds of jokes for kids. Includes goofy gags, twisted tongue twisters, riddles, and more.
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April Fool's Day

By Melissa Schiller

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Readers learn about some of the many ways the holiday is celebrated around the world today, such as getting a paper fish taped to your back (France), throwing flour at your friends (Portugal), eating your meals backward by starting with dessert, and telling jokes and funny stories.

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The Illustrated Woody Allen Reader

By Woody Allen

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Selections from published and never-before-published works are collected in a work that features film excerpts, one-liners, essays, stand-up routines, Allen's classic New Yorker pieces, screenplays, film outtakes, magazine articles, and interviews.

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April Fool! A Harry and Emily Adventure

By Karen Gray Ruelle

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In this book for beginning readers, a family of kitty cats think up silly but safe tricks to play on each other for April Fools Day.

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April Foolishness

By Teresa Bateman

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The kids try to convince their no-nonsense Grandpa that the farm animals are running wild in this silly rhyming book.

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