World's Wackiest Riddle Book by Evelyn Jones
  

Synopsis

World's Wackiest Riddle Book by Evelyn Jones

400 new riddles to delight pre-teens in the wildest, wackiest collection ever put together. When is a footballer like a baby? When he dribbles! What is green and lives alone? Hermit the Frog! What potatoes look alike? Imi-tators! What potatoes never make up their minds? Hesi-tators! - Fast and freaky - All in a day's work - What's the question - Pet talk - Superstars - Love and hisses - Reverse riddles - Animal fair - Family ties - Rhyme time - Silly Gilly - The cart before the horse - You name it - Young comedians will be trying every one of these out on their friends. They are the daftest, funniest riddles that you have ever seen! You won't be able to keep from laughing. 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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Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: 6-9

Author

Evelyn Jones
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Publication date

16th September 2004

ISBN

9781402709241


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