Jokes Make You Smarter
Create a Bazillion New Brain Cells with Every Joke
by Trey Reely
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Pub Date 02 Jun 2022 | Archive Date 05 Feb 2023
Read this book and you too can laugh and create new brain cells at the same time!
Kids of all ages (including young-at-heart adults) can plunge into the fathomless, oceanic depths of knowledge with jokes about animals, foreign language, geography, math, science, health, holidays, music, poetry, sports, yo mama jokes, and pop culture. But that’s not all! There are even Dad jokes that will out-dad a dad. Read, O Grasshopper, and grow smart.
If you can't take a joke, don't enjoy poking a little fun at others or consider yourself culturally aware this is NOT the book for you!
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Dive into a sea of humor and learning with this entertaining book! Designed for kids of all ages and young-at-heart adults, this collection of jokes covers a wide range of subjects, including animals, geography, health, holidays, math, music, poetry, science, sports, pop culture, and even "Yo Mama" jokes. Plus, it's loaded with classic dad jokes that will make you laugh and increase your knowledge at the same time. So, if you're up for a good laugh and expanding your mind, this book is for you! Just be warned, it's not for those who can't appreciate humor or enjoy poking fun at others.
Sensational book. The title, Jokes Make You Smarter, is absolutely true. The author, a teacher of 7-12 year olds, would start his classes with jokes. These are classic jokes, some self written, and some new, to me, jokes. A wide collection of hilarious material, with thanks to the section on musician and musical instrument jokes (including picking on bass players and violinists). A huge variety of cleverness and, yes, jokes do make you smarter because you have to understand why they are funny, the disconnect, the logic and the illogic. I have found jokes to be central to my life and I also am a teacher, and have used humor all of my professional life. But this book is a joke book, very accessible, very well balanced, and is a great collection. While I read an advance copy, I will be first in line to purchase. Not just for youngsters, good for this 70 year old.
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