More Beastly Jokes by Shay Healy
  

Synopsis

More Beastly Jokes by Shay Healy

What do cats eat for breakfast? Mice Krispies.How does an elephant get down from a tree? He sits on a leaf and waits for autumn.What do you call a bear with no ear?B. Why did the farmer call his pig Ink? Because he was always running out of the pen. Did you hear about the man who crossed an octopus with a cow? He got a farm animal that could milk itself. An ark-full of animal jokes that will have you 'horse' with laughing!

About the Author

SHAY HEALY is an author, songwriter, TV producer and presenter. His RTE 1 pet series, Beastly Behaviour, was a big hit with audiences old and young. He also released a CD of animal songs, Havananimal Week. Shay is best known as the writer of 'What's Another Year', which won the Eurovision Song Contest for Johnny Logan in 1980.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Shay Healy
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Publisher

Publication date

13th May 2005

ISBN

9780862789244

Publisher Profile

O'Brien Press Ltd is an imprint of O'Brien

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The O'Brien Press is Ireland's leading general publisher of both adult and children's books. Our list covers a huge range, including biography, humour, photography, history, art, fiction, politics, cookery, sport, music, memoir, true crime and travel and we are constantly expanding into new and exciting areas.

Publisher's Website

www.obrien.ie


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