Laugh-Out-Loud Road Trip Jokes for Kids

Laugh-Out-Loud Road Trip Jokes for Kids

 
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Laugh-Out-Loud Road Trip Jokes for Kids
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Release Date
May 16, 2017
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978-0062497932
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From the #1 bestselling author of Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids comes a brand-new collection filled with hundreds of jokes and riddles perfect for trains, planes, and automobiles—and featuring, for the first time ever, games and puzzles to keep the whole family busy for hours!

This year, when school lets out and the kids are raring to go, hit the road with Rob Elliott’s first-ever summer joke collection. An ideal choice for taking to the pool, on summer sleepovers, or on a long, winding car ride!

Q: What kind of people travel the most?

A: Romans!

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A well-arranged, highly portable collection of kid-friendly jokes.

This little paperback book of road trip ready humor is 128 pages long, and each page contains anywhere from 1 to 5 jokes. In addition to the knock-knock jokes, puns, and riddles, the material includes activities such as a mazes, a tic-tac-toe boards, Hang-man, and Dots. The pages also offer simple grayscale background images of kids, cars, roads, and semi-random objects.

Note: There is no table of contents, index, or any apparent organization to the jokes. Readers will need to commit to memory or book marker the page numbers they’d like to revisit.

This book actually exists in its word-for-word entirety within a related book in the Laugh-Out-Loud line by Rob Elliott, called the Laugh-Out-Loud Ultimate Jokes for Kids. While it is a little over double the price of this book, it also contains more than twice as many pages, and has the enduring advantage of being a hardback. We received both versions at the same time, and the paperback looks the most obviously worse for wear. If your kids are hard on their books, I would definitely recommend springing for the hardback!

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