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Sidesplitters Intergalactic!: 150 Cosmic Jokes About Space!

by Martin Chatterton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753463032, Paperback)

What do you do if you see a space man?

Park in it, dude, and don’t forget to put money in the meteor!

Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing, here is an out-of-this-world collection of more than 150 jokes. With funny black-and-white illustrations on every page and a price point that’s right for every pocketbook, this hilarious collection is sure to send young jokesters right over the moon.

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HUMOUR & JOKES. Hilarious intergalactic spills and thrills! This brilliant collection of space jokes is sure to have children in stitches. Boys and girls will love the combination of cosmic characters and silly humour. Fantastic black-and-white cartoons by illustrator Martin Chatterton add to the hilarity. What's an astronaut's favourite food? Stew - because it's meaty, alright? Why did the astronaut walk out of the restaurant on the moon? Because it had no atmosphere. What do you do if you see a spaceman? Park in it, dude! And don't forget to put money in the parking meteor! Ages 7+.… (more)

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