Turkey Riddles

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Dial Books for Young Readers, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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What's the difference between a turkey and an owl?

A turkey doesn't give a hoot.

Do you like plucky puns? Do you have a fowl sense of humor? Well, fluff up your feathers and get ready for fun. Turkey Riddles, the sixteenth book in Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg's best-selling series, is stuffed with jokes and riddles that kids will gobble up.

Find out what you'd get if you crossed a turkey with an octopus. Discover why Tom Turkey climbed into the vegetable bowl. To help you guess the answers, Kristin Sorra's illustrations provide hilarious clues.

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User Review  - christylynnbridges - LibraryThing

Fun jokes about turkeys! Would be great for Thanksgiving time. Read full review

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Funny Thanksgiving jokes! Read full review

About the author (2002)

Katy Hall has written all of the Life With Louie books for HarperEntertainment. She and Lisa Eisenberg have collaborated on many fun flap books, including Hearty Har Har; Gobble, Gobble, Giggle; Jingle Jokes; Easter Crack-ups; and Trick or Eeek! Ms. Hall lives in New York City.

Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg have collaborated on many fun flap books, including Hearty Har Har; Gobble, Gobble, Giggle; Jingle Jokes; Easter Crack-ups; and Trick or Eeek! Ms. Hall lives in New York City and Ms. Eisenberg lives in Ithaca, NY.

Sorra, born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, grew up with a passion for art and telling stories. She pursued her interest and studied illustration at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.

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