Turns out, What About Worms!? isn’t about worms after all – it’s about tigers, and it teaches some inquisitive worms not to be afraid of tigers.
Browsing: Humorous Books
Trevor Lai’s bright and animated characters leap of the page and draw little readers in the picture book Monkeys Love to Eat.
Full of silly surprises, HE CAME WITH THE COUCH is sweet and fun, and all about how life may not turn out the way you expect, but can still be pretty great.
The Bob Book boxed sets—First Stories and Animal Stories—are well-designed and enjoyable. They’re perfect for new and developing kindergarten readers.
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Join us on this virtual book tour for Eudora Space Kid: The Lobster Tale, written by David Horn, an early reader sci-fi chapter book.
Following in the footsteps of the hilarious first Eudora Space Kid book, The Lobster Tale is just as funny and exciting as its predecessor.
Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and Lots and Lots of Noodles is a book devoted to silliness. Set in the future where cars run on sauerkraut.
Dawn McMillan and Ross Kinnaird discuss their latest collaboration, the highly entertaining picture book My Butt is So Silly.
The “Butt Series” is truly a laugh-out-loud series of books revolving around a young boy and his behind. Dawn McMillian uses rhyme to craft humorous tales.