The Funny Book of Illustrated Dad Jokes to Entertain your Kids, Family and Friends

Kids love simple jokes. When those jokes are Dad jokes even better!

Here is a fun book that your kids will love , fun jokes easy to remember and accompanied by fun colorful illustrations.

Have you ever wondered why it is that crabs don’t donate to charity?
Or what a polar bear’s favorite food might turn out to be?

Well, in The Funny Book of Illustrated Dad Jokes you’ll find the answers to these and many of the other important questions in life that you’ve always asked yourself.

There are 10 eye-wateringly funny jokes, specifically aimed at young kids, which will have them belly laughing while the adults groan in exasperation. But that’s the fun of dad jokes after all.

Perfect for very young children, each gag is accompanied by custom made, vibrant illustrations which provide additional interest and fun.

** WARNING ** your child will be repeating these jokes to anyone who will listen for weeks after hearing them, so be prepared.

So if you’ve ever wondered what happens when two snails get into a fight, the answer is likely to be inside the pages of The Funny Book of Illustrated Dad Jokes.

So…

What did the buffalo say to his little boy when he dropped him off at school?
                                           (BISON!)
HAHAHAHAHA
C’mon now that had to get at least a little chuckle out of you (and there’s more where that came from)
From Nerd Dad Publishing  Find it on AMAZON


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