Monday, August 27, 2018

Crack Yourself Up Jokes for Kids by Sandy Silverthorne

Perfect for giggles of all ages! Young and old alike will enjoy these jokes. My grandchildren who are six and seven love knock knock jokes. We have quite a few and this one is a super addition to our joke telling fun. 

Some of these are jokes I heard as a child. Some I have heard my father-in-law share. There's something about a book like this. It's good, clean fun! 

Not only do I enjoy hearing my grand giggle, but there's more. It gives them room to use their imagination. They read a joke and then think of a joke on their own. It also makes them think. Mostly it gives us giggle time together. I love hearing them say, "Hey, Papa, knock knock!"

There's a little fun here for everyone. 

Q. What did the ocean say to the shore?
A. Nothing. It just waved.

Q. What did the janitor say when he jumped out of the closet?

Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Rita who?
Rita book, and stop watching TV!

Q. How do astronauts keep in touch with each other?
A. Spacebook.

Knock, Knock.
Who's there?
Wooden shoe.
Wooden shoe who?
Wooden shoe like to know.

Kids will enjoy sharing with one another. You will enjoy listening to them over and over again! 


This book was a gift from Revell for sharing my review with you. 

Sandy Silverthorne is an award-winning author/illustrator with more than half a million copies in print. His award-winning Great Bible Adventure children's series has been distributed in eight languages worldwide. Sandy has worked as a cartoonist, author, illustrator, actor, pastor, speaker, and comedian. Apparently it's hard for him to focus.

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Night Night Sleepytown penned by Amy Parker illustrated by Virginia Allyn

I am just absolutely loving these books penned by Amy Parker. I have adored each one that I have reviewed. It's not only me who is fond of them, but my grands. Grands of all ages. This one will go to my granddaughter who will this month celebrate her second birthday.

They are perfect for little hands that can sometimes tear pages. These are sturdy pages with the cover padded. They are bright and colorful. Friendly and inviting. Perfect for heading to bed for a night read or just any time when you want to cuddle and enjoy. 

Here we meet an array of characters who help keep the town going. We have the Mayor, the Farmer, the Safety Officer, the Teacher, the Postman, the firefighter, the Doctor, and the Builders. As the story comes to a close we show the Pastor waving to the children. 

We are introduced to each job and a sweet thankful share. This is a wonderful way to teach thankfulness to our children. Also to introduce them to different jobs, each important and of value, giving little ones room for their imaginations to grow. 

I would happily purchase this book and gift it to a child. If you are looking for grand selections to fill your children's shelves this is a great find. 


This children's book was a gift from Thomas Nelson for sharing my review with you.


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