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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! Book 6 is a humorous picture book for children written and illustrated by Lisa Ayotte. Kids love telling jokes. They can be puns or other plays on words or just plain silly. A joke is almost guaranteed a laugh when shared with other children, and dads are also reputed to be suckers for a good session of silly, punny jokes and laughs. Author Lisa Ayotte provides the young comedian with dozens, literally, of funny, punny, and downright silly jokes, and she does so much more. Each joke is accompanied by a photographic composition that challenges the imagination and helps flesh out the implications and subtle humor to be found within. Each photograph is carefully constructed to give a three-dimensional story to the pertinent joke.
Lisa Ayotte’s Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! provides kids with a seemingly infinite source of jokes to delight their peers and elicit groans from older siblings. Each of the illustrations accompanying those puns, jokes, and riddles gives kids a visual feast for the imagination as they consider why the joke is indeed funny, and what makes it work as well as it does. Along the way, kids are experiencing real learning about words, their world, and the places that an active imagination can go based on just a short question and answer joke. Some of the jokes are predictable and may seem tired to an adult’s jaded funny bone, but the illustrations worked rather well at reviving my own appreciation for cleverly worded and sometimes even quite funny jokes. Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! Book 6 is highly recommended.