Review: Crack Yourself Up: Jokes for Kids by Sandy Silverthrorne

September 20, 2018

Title: Crack Yourself Up: Jokes for Kids
Author: Sandy Silverthorne
Publisher: Revell
Pages: 144
ISBN: 978-0-8007-2969-1
Publication Date: August 21st, 2018

About the Book:
Why are dogs such bad dancers? They have two left feet.

Knock, knock. Who's there? Alex. Alex who? Alex the questions around here.

What's red and goes up and down? A tomato in an elevator.

Any kid can be a comedian with a little help from Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids. This zany collection of one-liners, knock-knock jokes, riddles, puns, funny lists, and hilarious illustrations promises hours of fun. Just be careful. These are the kinds of laughs that make milk come out your nose--so don't drink and read!
My Thoughts:
I love a good laugh, always have and always will! Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids is a fun easy read for kids and adults. This is one of those joke books that works whether you have memorized the jokes, or your reading them from the book itself.

Sandy Silverthrone has complied some really funny and witty jokes, riddles, and dad joke style puns that is appropriate for all ages. My kiddo thought this book was for her as soon as I opened the package. Safe to say, she has taken it over from me. She found the jokes easy to read and understand, which is a big plus!

If you're looking for a fun joke book for kids, or as a stocking stuffer (Christmas is coming up!) this book really is one that would be perfect.

4 out of 5

About the Author:
Sandy Silverthorne has been writing and illustrating books since 1988 and currently has more than half a million copies in print. His award-winning Great Bible Adventure children's series has sold more than 170,000 copies and has been distributed in eight languages worldwide. His One Minute Mysteries series has sold more than 160,000 copies. He's written and illustrated more than thirty books and has worked with such diverse clients as Universal Studios Tour, World Vision, The University of Oregon, The Charlotte Hornets, and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Sandy has worked as a cartoonist, author, illustrator, actor, pastor, speaker, and comedian. Apparently it's hard for him to focus.

Thank you to the publisher, I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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