How Do You Make a Skeleton Laugh? by John Foster

How Do You Make a Skeleton Laugh?

Written by John Foster

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More jokes, riddles and rhymes this time about pirates, ghosts, vampires and flesh-eating zombies. Lots of jokes about ghouls and ghosts and some very unsavoury things that go bump in the night. Hilarious and horrid, this collection will delight young readers.


How Do You Make a Skeleton Laugh? by John Foster

How do you make a skeleton laugh? By tickling its funny bone, of course! Come inside for more hilarious jokes and rhymes, as well as teasing tongue twisters, ridiculous riddles, loopy limericks, batty booklists, dotty definitions, and much much more. You'll die laughing!

About the Author

John Foster

John Foster is one of the nations best loved and highly regarded children's poets.

He was born in Carlisle, then educated at Denstone College in Staffordshire and Brasenose College, Oxford. For over twenty years John taught English at various Oxfordshire comprehensive schools. He is now a full-time writer and much in demand in schools and libraries as a performance poet. John's poetry anthologies present children with original and contemporary poetry, proving that poetry is both accessible and fun.

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96 pages


John Foster
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Oxford University Press

Publication date

6th September 2012




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