Best Knock-knock Book Ever by Charles Keller, Jeff Sinclair


Best Knock-knock Book Ever by Charles Keller, Jeff Sinclair

Knock-knock. Who's there? Canoe. Canoe who? Canoe help me with my homework? Knock-knock. Who's there? Robin. Robin who? Robin you! Hand over the money! This new collection of 354 original knock-knock jokes will have kids in stitches. It's the best collection of puns and giggles for a long time. Along with the 60 cartoons, this book will keep them laughing for hours. Humour really is important in the development of a child's grasp of language and logic. Genuine learning takes place during word play, and the knowledge developed during joke telling helps to reinforce similar skills acquired in the more formal context of the classroom.

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Union City, NJ

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96 pages
Interest Age: Ages 6-9 years


Charles Keller, Jeff Sinclair
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Publication date

5th November 2001



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