Wild & Wacky Animal Jokes by Richard Lederer, Jim Ertner


Wild & Wacky Animal Jokes by Richard Lederer, Jim Ertner

Celebrating one of children's favorite forms of comedy, this series offers a wide array of animal-inspired amusement. Each book begins with a dictionary of jokes and riddles, highlighting dozens of different species in alphabetical order. The second part is arranged by classic clusters such as knock-knock jokes, rhymes, daffynitions, and even jokes overheard in restaurants. From aardvarks and baboons to yaks and zebras, these entertaining compilations are also accompanied by a variety of engaging and humorous illustrations.


Lederer beguiles and bedazzles. -- Los Angeles Times Richard Lederer is the true King of Language Comedy. --Sidney Sheldon, author, After the Darkness Richard Lederer ought to be declared a national treasure. -- Richmond Times Dispatch

About the Author

Richard Lederer is a humorist whose syndicated column, Looking at Language, appears in newspapers across the country. He is the author of Anguished English, Get Thee to a Punnery, and A Man of My Words. He lives in San Diego.

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96 pages


Richard Lederer, Jim Ertner
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Publication date

1st April 2011



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