1,000 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids

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Random House Publishing Group, Nov 12, 1986 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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Kids can never get enough knock-knock jokes. For the insatiable riddler, here are 1,000 jokes that will satisfy the need to tease. Here are knock-knocks about names, songs, insults, sayings, puns, and many, many more, in this laugh-out-loud anthology of knock-knock jokes kids will love.
Who's there?
Dishes who?
Dishes your friend, open the door.
Knock, knock.
Who's there?
Lena who?
Lena little closer, I want to tell you a secret.

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User Review  - taterzngravy - LibraryThing

This collection of knock knock jokes is as corny as only knock knock jokes could be. And these jokes are for kids as most knock jokes are. So this book accomplishes what it sets out to do. The book is ... Read full review

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User Review  - sara_k - LibraryThing

Humour for the young and punny. Knock knock jokes just make me groan. I thought our family would be done with this book in weeks but a decade later it still gets used often. I do not recommend allowing this book in the car for long trips. Read full review

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About the author (1986)

Michael Kilgarriff is an actor, musician, writer. He performs regularly as Music Hall Chairman of the Players' Theatre, London; he has worked for BBC television and radio in a variety of roles (both as actor and writer) and has also appeared in both pantomimes and more serious stage work.

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