Punny Peeps' Funny Food Jokes

Children - Picture Book
38 Pages
Reviewed on 01/28/2021
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Author Biography

Lisa Ayotte, an educator in CT, loves finding ways to make reading easier and fun for children. She believes kids learn best when they can visualize and make connections to what they read. And when something is funny to them, even better!
Lisa decided to create her “Peeps” as unique and diverse as the students she’s taught over her many years as an elementary school teacher. She enjoys designing 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 Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

“Why did the farmers plant cellphones?” Funny question? Well, the answer is even funnier: “Because they wanted to grow call-iflower!” Now that’s a funny joke I might actually remember, especially the punchline. But, even if I can’t remember the punchline, which for me is often the case (or, worse, I get it mixed up, scrambled), I can check out the illustrations in Lisa Ayotte’s Punny Peeps’ Funny Food Jokes. The illustration for this joke has two farmer critters actually planting the cellphones and the call-iflower look-alikes growing from the cellphone implantations. So, a picture might be worth a thousand words, or in this case an easy means to remember the right punchline.

Children love jokes. And why not a collection of jokes centered on the topic of food (what we eat, what we grow, and how we grow what we eat). Punny Peeps’ Funny Food Jokes has a collection of thirty-two engaging, entertaining jokes (all about food, of course), which will have the whole family laughing through family gatherings at the dinner table. The jokes are written in simple language which will help young readers still learning to read. The illustrations accompanying each joke will not only help young readers with their reading skills but also help them (as it would me) remember the punchline. As with the other books in this Punny Peeps’ series, this collection of funny jokes will encourage young people (and grownups, too) to enjoy fun time together. The clever punchlines also make young readers think as it improves their cognitive skills. A fun book to add to every child’s funny-bone collection.

Soumya Sreehari

Laughter is the best medicine for anyone and everyone. Children tend to be naturally happy and gleeful. They laugh a lot more than grown-ups. They can find humor in the most mundane and the most profound. Punny Peeps’ Funny Food Jokes by Lisa Ayotte is a splendid collection of jokes that will have kids rolling on the floor with laughter. Packed with puns and punch, these family-friendly jokes are easy to remember and narrate over and over again. Although a lot of us use memes on the internet for fun nowadays, this book of jokes is a perfect companion for children. It could be used by children themselves or in family reading sessions at any time. The beauty of the book lies in its universality. Anyone can have a hearty laugh by paging through it.

Bored with schoolwork? Pick up this book. Want a good laugh during bedtime? Pick up this book. Want to fill an evening hour with laughter? Pick up this book. Lisa Ayotte’s Punny Peeps’ Funny Food Jokes is a treat filled with food and humor. Children of any age can enjoy it. The jokes are witty and simple. I laughed out loud at each one. If you are feeling low on energy and need a quick bout of laughter, just turn to any random page. The attention to detail in the pictures is one of the key highlights in the book. I thoroughly appreciated the scene created by each picture accompanying the joke. It is certainly a dedicated effort. You do not need a reason to laugh. If you fancy one, just pick up this book.