Smarties Big Book of Stupid Jokes by Michael Powell
  

Smarties Big Book of Stupid Jokes

Written by Michael Powell
Illustrated by
Part of the Smarties Series

Synopsis

Smarties Big Book of Stupid Jokes by Michael Powell

This collection of over 2500 hilariously funny and wickedly naughty jokes contains the most brainless, ridiculous, nutty and wacky wisecracks ever invented. From addled animals to witless wizards, there are lots of brand new jokes, pathetic puns and raving riddles: what's the best way to raise a strawberry? With a spoon. Waiter, this soup is disappointing? Why? What did you expect it to do? What should you write on a chicken's tombstone? Roast in Peace. What's white on the outside and gray on the inside? An elephant hiding inside an envelope. What do you call a woman with a fire on her head? Anita.

About the Author

Michael Powell is the author of numerous naughty, disgusting yet strangely educational children's books. He lives in Somerset. Trevor Dunton is still the same as was across the page, but will soon also be famed as the illustrator for the bestselling Joke Shop.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
512 pages

Author

Michael Powell
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Publisher

Robinson Publishing an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group

Publication date

25th September 2003

ISBN

9781841197128


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