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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Q: What do you call a single ear of corn?
A: A Unicorn.
Laughter and smiles are important in everybody's lives. Unicorn Jokes for Kids plus How to Tell Jokes by Rich Linville is an entertaining book for readers who love unicorns. The unicorn jokes are funny and interesting and will make readers smile. Let's read about how to become funny, creating laughter and smiles, making this part of growing up and life. The author also gives tips on how to practice jokes and improve body language and why it is important to understand the body language of the audience to make them laugh. Well, is laughter really the best medicine?
Unicorn Jokes for Kids plus How to Tell Jokes by Rich Linville is a good tool to help readers understand jokes and make up their own jokes. The tips and techniques on how to tell a good joke are useful to readers who want to learn how to tell jokes. The illustrations are bright and colorful and they make the book captivating and appealing to young readers. The topic chosen is fresh and unique and will guide youngsters who want to amuse others with their jokes. It is a good book for parents and tutors to read out to children and the unicorn-themed jokes will definitely make them laugh. This book will also encourage readers to come up with their own jokes so that they can laugh at themselves and make others laugh.