Kids love it
Well, what can I say...I'm already groaning from what is basically a collection of "dad jokes" and puns but the kids LOVE this joke book. Haha! It's organized A to Z by animal. Here's a gem from the "D" page: What time did the DUCK wake up in the morning? At the quack of dawn! 😊
1/10/2020 3:17 PM
Not for 5 year olds
I don’t think that younger kids would understand these jokes. The vocabulary and the punny answers would confuse them. I’d end up having to explain every joke to my 6 and 7 yo. 😂
Q- “Where do Rainbow Fish go to borrow money?
A- “The pawn broker”
Q- “What do you call a Red Fox with a toolbox?”
A- “Mr. Fox-it!!
1/29/2020 4:22 PM
A quick favorite!
My 9-year-old is just getting into punny jokes, and this book is his new favorite thing! We keep it in the van, and he loves to tell us jokes whenever we are driving around running errands!
5/15/2020 1:19 PM
Great mix of jokes
My 6 year old and 8 year old love this title.
It's also a sneaky way to get my reluctant reader to read more. He is only reading one joke at a time, but ends up reading pages and pages to find the best joke to share with his siblings and friends.
Some of the jokes took a bit of explaining for my 6 year old, but just a chance for more learning.
3/25/2021 1:50 PM
so when I put in my first order after attending a party I don't know how it happened but when my order came I had an extra book this book I was not happy I was charged for a book I didn't order. I contacted the consultant and she immediately asked to correct it but as I was talking with her my son picked it up and loved it laughing saying mom guess what I had to keep it I not only ended up buying the rest of the series but bought extras to give the teachers at his school i love happy mistakes
6/12/2021 12:42 PM
Great for independent readers
A to Z Animal Joke book is great for a laugh! My son is starting second grade and loves reading this book on his own! He doesn't yet LOVE reading, but this book has given him a short and fun way to grow as a reader! The size is also great - fits in kid hands and even in my purse!
There are some very creative animals and jokes. Appropriate for elementary-age students (some jokes might be too difficult for younger kids to understand).
It would also be a great resources for a Kindergarten teacher while teaching the alphabet! :) There are at least 5-6 jokes per letter!
My son's favorite so far:
"Why can't you keep a sick eagle?
7/1/2021 3:17 PM