Series: Over 150 Jokes

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Gross Out! Over 150 Disgusting Jokes & Riddles by R. M Ferrara
Hey Sports Fans! Over 150 Silly Sports Jokes & Riddles by Michael Morgan Pellowski
No More Teachers' Dirty Looks!: Over 150 Vacation Jokes & Riddles by Rebecca M. Ferrara
Oh, brother!: Over 150 jokes about families by Christina Wilsdon
Over 150 Great Pizza Jokes by Phil / Honeyman Hirsch, Hope
Over 150 Gross Monster Jokes by Michael Pellowski
Over 150 Jokes From Camp Funny Ha-Ha by Teri James-Brumley
Scared silly!: Over 150 monstrous jokes by Mel Cebulash
School Daze - Over 150 Silly School Jokes by Teri James-Brumley
School Daze 2 by Teri James-Brumley
Silly Superheroes (Over 150 Jokes and Riddles) by Michael Morgan Pellowski
Spitballs & Spaghetti Over 150 Lunchroom Jokes and Riddles by Ferida Wolff

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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