A Joke a Day by Martin Chatterton
  

Synopsis

A Joke a Day by Martin Chatterton

This hilarious collection of 365 jokes (plus one extra for leap years!) will start every day with a smile. Jokes about everything from animals to school sit alongside special seasonal jokes for holidays and silly observances. With a black-and-white illustration for every joke, this collection will keep readers in stitches the whole year long. Sidesplitters are hilarious, themed joke books at terrific, value-for-money prices. Eye-popping cover designs and a funny cartoon illustration for every joke give these books real kid-appeal. Other titles in the series include: What a Hoot , Seriously Silly School Jokes , Ho Ho Ho, Yuck! , Hee Hee Hee, Knock Knock , Unforgettable Elephant Jokes , and the bind-up Ha Ha Ha .It includes: January 1 - What do cows say on January 1st? Happy Moo Year; March 17 - Who is Irish and sits on the lawn all summer? Paddy O'Furniture; October 31 - What game do baby ghosts like to play? Peek-a-BOO!; and, December 25 - What do you get if you cross a skunk and a bell? Jingle smells.

About the Author

Martin Chatterton is a prolific illustrator and writer of children's books. His books include the Nutty series (Puffin), the Bad Dog series (Scholastic) and the where.it's@ series (Egmont). He has illustrated several Sidesplitters books for Kingfisher. Martin is originally from Manchester but now lives in Australia. Tony Trimmer illustrated Sidesplitters: Seriously Silly School Jokes and Ho Ho Ho.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages
Interest Age: 7-10

Author

Martin Chatterton
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

5th November 2007

ISBN

9780753415078


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