Punny Peeps' Cool School Jokes


Children - General
38 Pages
Reviewed on 10/08/2020
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Author Biography

Lisa Ayotte is an educator in Connecticut who loves finding ways to make reading easy and fun for her students. She believes children learn best when they can visualize and make connections to what they read. And when something is funny to them, even better!

She decided to make her “Peeps” unique and individual just like the students she’s taught over the past 25 years. Lisa enjoys creating each scene, adding small details as she goes, to capture the reader's attention and help them focus on the "little" things. Find out more at: punnypeeps.com

    Book Review

Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

Children love to laugh and play with their friends. When a child interacts, it stimulates critical thinking. When a child laughs, it increases their endorphins, improves their health and makes them feel good. In the book, Punny Peeps' Cool School Jokes by Lisa Ayotte, your child can laugh, joke and keep the fun going as they walk through over thirty funny jokes. These Punny Peeps' jokes will keep your children engaged and laughing as they read the book and look at the pictures that accompany each joke. These pictures are fun, creative, and help to carry the punchline really well. Laughter is good for the soul and this book is the remedy. Your children will definitely want to share this book with their friends. Watch how they gather together and take turns telling each other the various jokes and giggling at the punchlines. They will want to read this book over and over again. This book is a must-have for every child.

I enjoyed Punny Peeps' Cool School Jokes by Lisa Ayotte because they were simple yet powerful jokes. I can see the jewel that this book will offer to not only a child but anyone who picks up a copy. As I read each joke, I even found myself chuckling at the various jokes throughout the book. Lisa Ayotte did a great job of delivering each punchline that children will enjoy and remember. Add this book to your library today along with the other Punny Peeps books written by this author. Enjoy and tell a friend.

Emily-Jane Hills Orford

We are definitely living in an era where we need sparkling humor to start our day. With children, parents, and teachers nervous about the return to class, a little joke, a funny play on words, can certainly lighten the mood. Like “Why did the teacher wear sunglasses?” and “Why did the librarian need a ladder?” You’ll have to read the book to find the answer and it’s a clever, funny play on words, to be sure. Each new joke has something to do with school – nothing derogatory, all in good fun and some are quite hilarious.

Lisa Ayotte’s children’s picture book, Punny Peeps’ Cool School Jokes, is a great way to start another school year. I love the illustrations that accompany each joke – they’re clever, lighthearted, and inspired. The first joke about the teacher wearing sunglasses has a photograph of a posed classroom with puffball students and teacher (the teacher, of course, wearing sunglasses). The photographer obviously went to considerable effort to make the illustration as endearing and hilarious as the joke it accompanies. There are thirty-two jokes in this little gem of a book – all school-related. At the end, the author sums up her intent in producing this book. She explains that it’s important to spend time reading and laughing every single day! And always remember…it’s the little things that matter most. You can change the world one peep at a time, so be kind and spread joy wherever you go! A great way for young readers to share a laugh and improve some of their creative and critical thinking skills.

Barbara Fanson

Children will enjoy reading, memorizing, and reciting the clean jokes in Punny Peeps’ Cool School Jokes. The full-color photographs will make it easier to remember the jokes—and deliver the punchlines. Some jokes are silly, but they offer clean fun and may encourage children to read. Author and teacher Lisa Ayotte has created a winning formula of jokes and visuals to capture children’s attention—and keep it. I believe her newest joke book encourages reading because it’s funny. The images of two peeps and a lot of props or animals will help students visualize and remember the joke so they can tell it to others.

The photographs in Punny Peeps’ Cool School Jokes are engaging and I found myself studying the images, looking for subtle messages and other jokes. Sometimes, there’s a poster on the wall or a book with more jokes on it. The pom-pom peeps and the props are entertaining arranged. But, this book offers much more than just jokes for teachers and parents. The photographs are engaging and can be used for counting the number of cats on page 19 or can you name the insects on page 10 or how many frogs can you find on page 21? This joke book is also a “Search and Find Book!” Teachers and parents will get a lot of use from this book. You could also encourage children to create their own scene—make up a joke and then illustrate the scene by drawing it or creating it with toys they have.