Super Silly Jokes for Kids and Puzzling Pictures for Eagle-Eyed Kids – Book Promotion
I received a copy of “Super Silly Jokes for Kids and Puzzling Pictures for Eagle-Eyed Kids” ($5.99/& $7.99 value each) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.
If good, clean jokes, riddles, and puns are your kiddos thing, Super Silly Jokes for Kids is for them. This book has over 200 jokes, riddles for ages 5-10. It’s a small book to easily take with you anywhere and has clean kid humor (somewhat corny, which is perfect for that age), and is very age-appropriate as they will understand the jokes. This book also has some great illustrations that are very cartoonish/kid-appropriate to fit right in.
“What do painters do whenever they get cold?” They put on another coat!
Do your kiddos also enjoy ultimate vision challenges?? Do they like to find differences between two pictures? Find two items that are identical in a group? Or look and find objects? If so, Puzzling Pictures for Eagle-Eyed Kids is for them. This once again, small to take along book has over 60 fun challenges to get your kiddos thinking or spying for the right answers. (Answers key included in the back of the book.) Give a try to the Pumpkin Puzzler or Squirrel Search. Each page gets your kiddos thinking and discovering!
Both books can be purchased at your local bookstore or at Amazon. Traveling in the near future? If so, these books will give hours of fun jokes and play/discover the time. Get your copies today!
About the Authors
Vicki Whiting, a former teacher, is the founder and president of Kid Scoop, a weekly educational page aimed at children 5 to 10 years old. Syndicated in more than 250 newspapers from California to Bangkok, each Kid Scoop page provides information combined with colorful graphics and interactive games and puzzles. Kid Scoop News is a newspaper currently published in about 10 communities around the United States.
Illustrator Jeff Schinkel has loved to draw his whole life! As a kid, sometimes he was drawing when he should have been listening to the teacher in class. That’s when he knew he should go to art school, where he would want to hear everything the teachers had to say! Jeff attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and now he loves teaching kids how to draw!