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Mar 1, 2016

Winter Reads: Lots of Knock-Knock Jokes For Kids


Buy Link: Amazon
Knock, knock. Who’s there?

Don’t get so excited, it’s just a joke.

Knock, knock. Who’s there?

Anita to borrow a pencil.

Nobody really knows who invented the first the knock-knock joke; though some people say the first one occurred in the second act of Shakespeare's Macbeth (around 1606). Nevertheless, knock-knock jokes have always been popular with kids. 

Now available in paperback from ZonderKidz is Lots of Knock-Knock Jokes For Kids by Whee Winn, featuring over 250 jokes.

The 126-page book is separated by seven chapters/sections - Name Jokes, Place Jokes, Holiday Jokes, Food Jokes, Animal Jokes, Object Jokes, and Bonus Jokes and Riddles.
Final Thoughts: It's a little difficult to review a joke book for kids. All 250+ jokes are clean-cut and silly. Honestly, I thought the book would be a little better than what it was, but it's written for kids and not for adults. Overall, Lots of Knock-Knock Jokes For Kids is just an average joke book, but I'm sure it'll will appeal to younger readers. I plan on giving my copy to my younger cousins.


*I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

1 comment:

  1. I recall how fun those knock knock jokes were when I was a kid. Sounds like a nice book for kids.

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