Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps!

Book 9

Children - Adventure
38 Pages
Reviewed on 10/13/2022
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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

“What falls in winter but never gets hurt? Snow!” Who would have guessed? Well, perhaps the Peeps guessed. They do have a sense of humor. Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! (Book 9) by Lisa Ayotte shows that by twisting around a few words and phonetically changing their sounds you have the power to create an amazingly funny punchline. Jokes and puns don’t have to be complicated to be a lot of fun, and, yes, funny, too. The simpler the better as it’s then easier to remember. Nothing worse than a jokester who forgets the punchline. I know I’ve don’t that many a time. Haven’t you? And, what about some Peeps illustrations to help visualize the joke or the pun? Visualizing always improves memory skills. Did you know you can learn from jokes and puns? You can improve your reading skills and vocabulary; you can improve your memory skills, and you can strengthen your critical thinking. So, let’s get those peeps joking and punning around with you.

Lisa Ayotte’s book, Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps!, is the latest in her Punny Jokes series. This author has an amazing sense of humor and just when you think she’s exhausted her repertoire of jokes and puns, along comes another collection. The jokes and puns are simple, often no more than plays on vocabulary. These are all family-friendly jokes and puns, clean and full of subtle humor. I love the illustrations: the Peeps have outdone themselves again! At the end of the book, the author encourages young readers (and those humorously young at heart) to create their jokes and puns, and she provides suggestions on how to create one’s own silly punny peeps. Her final words are prophetic and so true: “YOU can change the world, one peep at a time, by being a good friend and showing kindness to others every day!!!” Loved it!

Miche Arendse

Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! by Lisa Ayotte is the ninth book in a series and is a delightful work filled with jokes for children which are riddled with cute and hilarious puns. Each page is dedicated to a punny joke and its punchline. Along with each joke comes a colorful picture that fits the theme. You can find many hilarious jokes that range from topics like cute animals to Christmas and more. This book is fun and engaging for the whole family. Good laughs and fun memories await you at the end of this book.

Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! by Lisa Ayotte is an amusing and interactive book that would do extremely well with young children for several reasons. Not only is this bound to have the kids laughing themselves silly but jokes like these engage children’s ability to grasp more complex language skills. It helps to add vocabulary in a fun way while also giving children the opportunity to practice memorizing the jokes. I think Ayotte did well in creating this book and it shows that she intended it to benefit not only children but adults as well. This work could serve as a useful resource to teachers or parents of young children and could even be used as part of the training material for foreign language learning. The author is to be commended and I hope that she gains the recognition she deserves.

Pikasho Deka

Who doesn't like jokes? Everyone loves comedy in one form or the other. If your child is a prankster or loves to joke around, introduce them to the ninth edition of Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! by Lisa Ayotte. This fun and totally not serious picture book contains a collection of jokes told from one Peep to the other that will light a fire in the budding child comedian. Apart from making them laugh, it will force them to analyze, think, and hone their critical skills, making them sharper by polishing their wit. From jokes about clogged toilets to truck-crashing dinosaurs to cheating cats, nothing is left off the table. So grab a copy and release the inner comedian in you.

Lisa Ayotte has found a brilliant way to hone critical thinking skills in children through Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! Telling jokes is a great icebreaker and probably the easiest way to bond with someone else. Children having to decipher jokes at a tender age will not only sharpen their minds but also make them nurture a love of comedy, which will encourage them to be more optimistic people as they grow up and navigate life's challenges. The pictures add another aspect of engagement to the book, and kids will have their eyes glued to the pages. Some of the jokes in the book genuinely made me laugh, even as a somewhat self-confessed serious adult. I highly recommend parents introduce this book to their kids.

Cheryl E. Rodriguez

In Book 9 of her series, Lisa Ayotte pens childish hilarity in Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! Each fun-filled page includes a question with a comical answer. The silly puns are illustrated with photography adding to their witty charm. What did the mouse bring to the picnic? What do you get when you mix turtles with snow? What do penguins eat for lunch? What kind of cats are not fun to play cards with? What happens when a tree poops? To discover the answers, open this delightful book and be amusingly amazed. Then gather your peeps around you and share the smiles and giggles.

Punny Jokes To Tell Your Peeps! by Lisa Ayotte puts you in touch with your inner child regardless of your age. After all, laughter is good medicine for the heart and soul. The puns evoke merriment and inspire creativity and fun. The brightly colored staged photography causes the comical anecdotes to come to life. Time and thoughtful consideration were put into the layout of the props, stuffed animals, and toys that were photographed. Ayotte captures the hearts and minds of her young readers. Innocent curiosity, discovery, and a sense of humor are essential to healthy child development. From their first coos and giggles to their silly antics throughout childhood, we treasure the pleasure of their happiness. There is no greater sound than the laughter of a child. Ayotte nurtures and cultivates this priceless gift.

Amy Powers

Punny Jokes to Tell Your Peeps! (Book 9) is another installment of the children's series by Lisa Ayotte which contains a collection of 32 jokes with accompanying photographs. Following a repetitive, predictable pattern, each joke is written in two lines, as a question and answer or pun, that children will love to share aloud or ask as riddles. Each joke is accompanied by a colorful photograph that relates to the joke. The photographs display unique scenes of “peeps,” crafted pom-pom characters with googly eyes, surrounded by miniature furniture, animal figurines, and other toy-sized props. Not only will kids enjoy the jokes they read, but they will enjoy making up their own “peeps” to go along with their collection.

Punny Jokes to Tell your Peeps! (Book 9) is quick to read if you're just looking at the jokes, but in this case, the pictures add an entirely new dimension to the act of storytelling. The amount of detail that went into every setting shows a lot of commitment to the craft, and Lisa Ayotte is an artist in a medium that I had never even considered before now. I might have found myself way more interested in the pictures than the words. However, as someone who works with children who have communication disorders, I love having such a collection together in one place. Using puns and jokes such as these is great for teaching kids about phonemic awareness as well as multiple-meaning words. I can easily imagine myself incorporating this series into my therapy sessions and talking about silly scenes.