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Giggles, Gags & Groaners by Joseph…

Giggles, Gags & Groaners

by Joseph Rosenbloom

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What would you get if you crossed a duck with a dog? A ducks-hund. What is brown and greasy and stays in a tower? The lunch bag of Notre Dame. Kids can never get enough of elephant jokes, shaggy dog stories, and "what do you get if you cross the road?" riddles. So this fun collection will feed their need with more different kinds of puns, insults, nonsense rhymes, fish stories, how-cold-it-was gags, and goofy definitions than any other. Here's a real "silly dilly" What is the first thing a gorilla learns in school? The Ape-B-Cs. Dozens of drawings by children's favorite Sandy Hoffman add to the hilarity.

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A collection of jokes and riddles.

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