Jeremy Strong's Laugh-Your-Socks-Off Joke Book. Jeremy Strong

Jeremy Strong's Laugh-Your-Socks-Off Joke Book. Jeremy Strong

Jeremy Strong

Language: English

Pages: 113

ISBN: 2:00176274

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Is it time to pause for breath? No because there's also Streaker the dog, indoor pirates, trolls and superheroes and karate kicking and time-travelling and mad grannies, and so much more. Featuring a brand new short-story by Jeremy, the "Laugh-Your-Socks-Off Joke Book" is jam-packed with jokes, quizzes, puzzles and games, plus extracts from all your favourite stories. Warning: no knock-knock's were used in the making of this book.

The Austere Academy (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 5)

Kathy Sue Loudermilk, I Love You

Put Out More Flags

The Pickwick Papers

Going Postal (Discworld, Book 33)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the biggest head bump on the planet!’ countered Molly. ‘And MY OW! is as big as the biggest bump on the biggest planet in the biggest universe in the biggest ever whatever!’ squawked Polly triumphantly. ‘So there.’ Molly gave her sister a poisonous smile. ‘Yes,’ she agreed. ‘But that’s because you’re as stupid as the biggest ever whatever, so there – multiplied.’ Bald Ben got out and enjoyed the silence outside the truck for a few moments before he unwound the anchor from the tree. Off they

… well, unusual. First of all his dad brings home an alligator called Crunchbag. Then his gran decides to get married to a motorbike-riding pensioner on a bouncy castle! Things get even crazier when Nicholas’s mum gives birth to twins in the back of a pizza delivery van – hence their nicknames, Cheese and Tomato. Now Cheese is advertising nappies and his bottom has become famous on billboards around the country! Dippy Dads I don’t think Mum is very happy about having an alligator in the

who only means well. Unfortunately, he just can’t seem to do anything right – and he’s so big he seems to cause nothing but trouble! ‘Do you think you could speak more softly?’ asked Mrs Goodbody. ‘Every time you speak it makes a terrible wind and we all fall over. And please don’t sneeze.’ ‘Sorry,’ said the giant, and everyone fell over. ‘Sorry,’ he said again, very quietly, and everyone picked themselves up. Giant Jim and the Hurricane Gigantic Word Grid See how giant

who only means well. Unfortunately, he just can’t seem to do anything right – and he’s so big he seems to cause nothing but trouble! ‘Do you think you could speak more softly?’ asked Mrs Goodbody. ‘Every time you speak it makes a terrible wind and we all fall over. And please don’t sneeze.’ ‘Sorry,’ said the giant, and everyone fell over. ‘Sorry,’ he said again, very quietly, and everyone picked themselves up. Giant Jim and the Hurricane Gigantic Word Grid See how giant

bike by a car … so it’s back to hospital for Jack! Mum says I’m a walking disaster. Dad says I don’t have accidents. ‘You’re an accident waiting to happen, Jack,’ he told me. ‘In fact, you are an accident.’ ‘A Jackcident,’ sniggered my little bro Ben. Beware! Killer Tomatoes Killer Memory Test Jack: Doctor, I’ve lost my memory! Doctor: When did this happen? Jack: When did what happen? See if your memory is better than Jack’s with this tricky test! Study the picture while

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