My Very First Joke Book is full of the funniest and best jokes! An excellent introduction to jokes and joke-telling. Over 60 jokes and rhymes, each with their own hilarious illustration – perfect for playground comedians. There are ‘Knock, knock!’ jokes, ‘Doctor, doctor jokes, monster jokes, and plain daft jokes. There are silly rhymes, crazy crossbreeds and a whole library of joke titles. Each is in a large, easy-to-read typeface and has its own humorous illustration to make it even funnier! Kaye Umansky is best known as the creator of Pongwiffy (Puffin) – hugely popular with children because of the irreverent humour. Kaye’s trademark humour is evident in all her books, and she is well qualified to write a joke book for very young children.
My Very First Joke Book
My Very First Joke Book is full of the very funniest and best jokes! An excellent introduction to jokes and joke-telling. Over 60 jokes and rhymes, each with their own hilarious illustration – perfect for playground comedians. There are ‘Knock, knock!’ jokes, ‘Doctor, doctor jokes, monster jokes, and plain daft jokes.
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|دار النشر:||Penguin Random House|
|دولة النشر:||United Kingdom|
|التصنيف:||English Books , Age From 5 to 12 , Kids Books , Fiction kids , Learn & Play , Poetry & Drama for Children|
عن Penguin Random House
Random House is an American book publisher and the largest general-interest paperback publisher in the world. The company has several independently managed subsidiaries around the world. It is part of Penguin Random House, which is owned by German media conglomerate Bertelsmann.
Kaye Umansky was born in Plymouth, Devon, in 1946. Her mother was a music teacher, so she played piano and sang from an early age. She was an only child – and a big reader. She also tried her hand at writing stories. Her best ever present was an ancient typewriter, given to her when she was ten years old. She still has it in the loft. She came to London aged 18 to attend teachers’ training college. She taught in London primary schools in the 1970’s. She met her husband, a bass player, and they played in several semi pro soul bands. She still lives in north London, with her husband and two cats. She has a grown up daughter, three step children and three step grandchildren. Her first book, a song book entitled Phantasmagoria, was published in 1985. Since then, she was written over 140 titles, including the popular Pongwiffy series. She has written picture books, music books, musicals, plays, first readers and novels, all for the primary age range. Awards include the Nottinghamshire Book Award, the Times Educational Junior Music Book Award, the 2009 Stockton Book Of The Year and the Spoken Word Award. Favourite colour: red. Favourite food: cheese.
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