Best Humor Books for 1 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 humor books for 1 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Just Love Him, I Guess

by: Beth WhittenburyJanelle Carbajal
Release date: Dec 28, 2015
Number of Pages: 26
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William is a good little boy but, like most little ones, he often does things that frustrate his parents. Sometimes his parents do things that frustrate William too. Written in rhyme with beautiful illustrations, Just Love Him, I Guess demonstrates that when parents overcome frustration with unconditional love, kids follow their example.

This is a children’s book about family and the power of unconditional love. It is a picture book that teaches character. Since this book offers the author’s best parenting advice, it makes a great gift for expectant mothers and fathers. Expecting parents will see how children learn from their example. This is one picture book from which both children and parents can learn important lessons.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Values

2. Tiny Conversations

by: Kerrie Carnes Salwa
Release date: Feb 09, 2015
Number of Pages: 68
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Kerrie Carnes Salwa used her Facebook page to share her conversations with her young twin daughters over several years as a form of therapy to deal with her underperforming small business, her continual rejection from full time jobs that she could do in her sleep, her mom’s second cancer diagnosis, and the deaths of both her sister and her father. It was the precious, pure of heart, and hilarious conversations with her daughters that saved Kerrie’s sanity and her life while she navigated years of hardships while trying to maintain balance. This compilation of these tiny conversations will ultimately put you in a better mood and make you wish you could hang out with the twins on a daily basis.
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3. Awesomesauce Chicken

by: K. A. Threlfall
Release date: Jun 24, 2015
Number of Pages: 41
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He’s 100% organic. He’s 100% rubber chicken. He’s 100% hilarious.

While introducing himself to the world, Awesomesauce Chicken makes some humorous observations and declarations before revealing his true awesomesauce self. Follow along with this funny little story, and you’ll find yourself laughing at every unexpected page turn.

What is the true secret of his awesome sauce? And *what* exactly is his real name?

Is this the first children’s book about a rubber chicken?

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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

4. Webster the Scaredy Spider (Max Lucado’s Hermie & Friends)

by: Max Lucado,Max Lucado’s Hermie &amp Friends
Release date: Aug 31, 2004
Number of Pages: 48
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Based on the Hermie and Friends™ film by the same name, Webster, the Scaredy Spider is Max Lucado’s latest character to enter the garden. With little regard to the “Garden Treaty of ’85,” cute little Webster wanders into the garden to face his long list of fears: leaving home, other insects, talking in front of others, meeting new people, big lizards, water, heights, flying through the air, dark places . . .But little does he know, he is a big, hairy source of fear for all of the other insects in the garden. With guidance from God (after, of course, getting up the courage to talk to Him), Webster finds a way to face his fears, and in turn, the other insects learn to face Webster. With vividly colorful 3-D art from the film, this story will serve as a light-hearted reminder that God is always by our sides.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Bugs & Spiders

5. Caution: This Vehicle Makes Frequent Stops For Boiled Peanuts

by: Sean Dietrich
Release date: Apr 23, 2016
Number of Pages: 144
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Sean Dietrich is an artful storyteller, who “… writes with humor, dripping Southern charm that you can’t miss.” (The Greenville Examiner).

A collection of short stories from the author of Sean of the South, and Lyla. Columnist, humorist, and novelist, Sean Dietrich, is known for his commentary on life in the American South. In his newest work, Caution: This Vehicle Makes Frequent Stops For Boiled Peanuts, he delivers another set of quirky tales filled with smiles and a hefty dose of heart.

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6. Little Bo-Peep (Mother Goose Board Books)

by: Tracey Campbell Pearson
Release date: Aug 26, 2004
Number of Pages: 14
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A nursery rhyme that toddlers can relate to

Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep
and can’t tell where to find them . . .

The Bo-Peep in question here is a wakeful youngster at play in her crib. And the sheep: two stuffed toys whom she lets fall over the rail. There is no hesitation on Bo-Peep’s part to make known to the world her distressing situation, and soon her sleepy-eyed parents come to the rescue. Of course, when her parents leave the room again, there are no guarantees that the little girl is done playing shepherdess.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Sleep

7. The Bedbug Who Wouldn’t Bite

by: Melody RhodesEdward Aish
Release date: May 07, 2015
Number of Pages: 22
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THE BEDBUG WHO WOULDN’T BITE – WONDERFUL rhyme that will lull small children to sleep with a smile on their faces – humorous and cute! The pictures are much loved around the world! Now in Digital format here at Kindle! Beautiful, realistic photographs of BEDBUG, the toy, interacting in a home, with a child who keeps the little bug from sleeping. Written by Melody Rhodes who lives in Canada. Photo Illustrations by Edward Aish who lives in New Zealand.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Sleep

8. Conversations with Cooper

by: Julie Wrin
Release date: Sep 13, 2015
Number of Pages: 12
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SHORT STORY 1500 WORDS — Goal to make you smile
When I became a mom I never would have guessed that I would actually say “Don’t pick your nose with your fork”, but those words have come out of mouth. Early on I started to write down the crazy things I’ve said to my son and the silly and sometimes creepy things he has said and I am so glad that I did. I still smile when I reread these and my hope is that this will bring a smile to your face. I would love to hear from others about the silly things you’ve said or a child’s has said. Please share with me at [email protected] Enjoy!
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9. Scooby Doo Essential Guide (DK Essential Guides)

by: Glenn Dakin
Release date: Feb 16, 2004
Number of Pages: 48
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This colorful guide to the world of Scooby-Doo is packed with fantastic facts about Scooby-Doo and the gang, including their scariest adventures, creepiest moments, and deepest secrets. Find out what is inside a haunted house, who’s in the Doo family tree, and what exactly the gang keeps in the Mystery Machine. Specially commissioned artworks, stills from all 25 original episodes and the live-action movies, and classic images of the gang and their ghostliest villains make this a unique insight into the spooky world of Scooby-Doo.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Performing Arts > Film

10. Echos of a Small Bang

by: TheHoleStory
Release date: Mar 28, 2016
Number of Pages: 113
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This E-book is packed full of humor and entertainment that is appropriate for any age group. The common goal of this book is to simply make you laugh. You just can’t make stuff like this up that you’ll be reading in this book. All of the comedy throughout this book was inspired by true work place events, and is based on the real lifestyles of southern factory workers where they work. This is the second book in the series of intoxicating and laughable stories that surround simply normal everyday life in an American manufacturing environment. No one who’s mentioned in this book actually came into work with the intention of being funny, it just happened that way. Just like in the first book you are guaranteed to laugh here at some point, and you can certainly count on a smile upon your face after reading this book.
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11. Oh, the Flesh You Will Eat!

by: Dr. VireussMike LevineJacob Vollum
Release date: Nov 15, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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Children around the world have vomited for joy reading the rhymes of Dr. Vireuss. Three of his “sickest” stories have finally been collected into one germ-ridden volume. There’s the tale of a man who would not – could not! – let a doctor save his life, a sick boy who puts healthy people into quarantine, and a little flesh-eating virus who goes on a big adventure. This hardcover volume of Dr. Seuss spoofs is highly infectious.
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Arts & Photography

12. Colors (Baby Snoopy)

by: Alisha NiehausCharles M. SchulzCharles M. SchulzTom Brannon
Release date: Jun 01, 2004
Number of Pages: 14
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Wonderful RARE book about the DAISY HILL PUPPIES – Baby Snoopy, Baby Belle, Baby Andy, Baby Olaf, Baby Marbles, Baby Spike. Board book features a whole page picture of each of the siblings – plus other GROUP pictures of all 6 of them together at the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

13. The Best Jokes: Funniest Knock-Knock Jokes Ever For Kids: Laugh a Lot Together

by: Harris Billigon
Release date: Oct 28, 2016
Number of Pages: 87
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Funniest Knock-Knock Jokes Ever For Kids

Laugh a Lot Together

Are your kids bored? You will find something to entertain your kids and yourself in this book.

Spend your time funny and useful

I’ve collected there a lot of funny “Knock-Knock” jokes. And I hope you and your kids will love this book.

In this book you will find a lot of the funniest children «Knock Knock» jokes, which I’ve collected especially for your kids.

Enjoy funny jokes with your family!

Very funny jokes
“The jokes are very funny. We spent great time all family!»- Nataly Smith
 
Book super!
“I read it for my kids. Very good selection of jokes, we liked »- Christina Wilson

Good mood for a long time
“My kids carried away by this book, the book contains positive and good jokes. Thank you!» – Sarah Martin

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Children’s Books

14. The Big Giant Pickle

by: Richard ChambleePenny Booher-Jones
Release date: Jul 25, 2014
Number of Pages: 45
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There’s a giant pickle on the loose!
Who can save the town?
Godzilla?
Maybe King Kong will swing to the rescue!

Children of all ages will enjoy this fun book with lots of bright, fun pictures. This is an illustrated children’s book, most likely to be enjoyed by ages 2 – 8. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone if the adults get a chuckle out of it, too.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dinosaurs

15. Zelda’s Puppy Love

by: Carol GardnerShane Young
Release date: Oct 21, 2008
Number of Pages: 20
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She’s the Top Doggy Diva!

Zelda is the pooch that everyone loves to love! Let Zelda show you how to make this Valentine’s Day extra special with plenty of hugs and kisses. This counting board book will show readers ten different ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in heartwarming Zelda fashion, which will never go out of style!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

16. 10 QUESTIONS: PUPPIES: WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE INVITING THE SLOBBER MONSTER INTO YOUR HOME

by: ALLEN SHAW
Release date: Jun 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
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SO YOU ARE BUYING A PUPPY? WHAT QUESTIONS DO YOU NEED TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE BRINGING THE SLOBBER MONSTER INTO YOUR HOME?
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17. Bible Dogs: Famous Canines in the Bible

by: David TamiranDavid Winter
Release date: Apr 28, 2016
Number of Pages: 143
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This amusing cartoon/humor book, with its 60 rich and inventive illustrations, is based on the secret “C” or “Canine Text” ( ‘Calev’ in Hebrew) of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Da Vinci Canine Code. It will appeal to Dog Lovers, Bible Lovers, Children, and to anyone with a basic sense of humor “…We are not the ‘Chosen’ Species.”
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18. The Biggest most Expensive: CAT picture ebook ever published (The Biggest, most Expensive picture books ever published. Best Sellers. 1)

by: Allison Heath
Release date: Dec 28, 2014
Number of Pages: 92
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Have you ever wondered why ebook picture books are always so short? (You buy a book for $2.99 and you only get 10 photos) Picture books are short because they are expensive to publish and sell. They cost publishers 3 times as much to sell as print only books.

As a picture book author it’s always been my dream to create a huge picture book FULL of adorable cats. I’m lucky because my dream has come true. My publisher has allowed me to create this Epic ebook full of cute and adorable cats.

You’re lucky too, because you could be the first of your friends to buy and own ” The Biggest and most Expensive CAT picture ebook ever published.” (or you could just read it for free using your unlimited KOLL account) It’s your choice.

Many of the cats in these pictures are from cat rescues. There are links to these cat rescues at the end of this ebook. Please try to support these rescues as well as your local cat rescues.

Are you ready to read “The Biggest most Expensive CAT picture e book ever published?” I am.

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19. A Curious Alphabet for Curious People

by: Marietta ApollonioMarietta Apollonio
Release date: Sep 03, 2014
Number of Pages: 59
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A Curious Alphabet for Curious People teaches life lessons to kids and adults, such as: Bears do not want to be your friend, and stay away from wells. People are inherently strange, with each of us having our own odd quirks. This book zones in on differences and curious behaviors, with rhyming and colorful/quirky illustrations.
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20. Dog Fashion; A Pictorial Retrospective

by: Madam Fifi
Release date: Jan 23, 2016
Number of Pages: 42
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A short picture book of dogs sporting their favorite day and evening wear.
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21. Guess Who Zoo

by: Howard Eisenberg
Release date: Mar 09, 2016
Number of Pages: 38
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* Animals tell their stories… kids guess their names.
* Special sections: “If Animals Could Talk..”
* They’re “fun that educates” with a clue in every line.
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22. Hello, World! (Peanuts Baby Snoopy)

by: Charles M. SchulzCharles M. SchulzTom Brannon
Release date: Oct 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 8
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Wake up, Baby Woodstock!
It’s morning.
Time to start a brand new day!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

23. LUNA-TIKES Francine and Frankie Football

by: Richard TillmanJamie Sale
Release date: Nov 07, 2015
Number of Pages: 17
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Francine rarely gives her brother Frankie any slack, but when Frankie needs her, Francine will always have his back.
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24. LUNA-TIKES Harry Hockey

by: Richard TillmanJamie Sale
Release date: Nov 07, 2015
Number of Pages: 16
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What you see is not what you get when it comes to Harry Hockey. He will teach you that there is more to life than simply winning and being cocky.
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25. LUNA-TIKES Phil the Phisherman

by: Richard TillmanJamie Sale
Release date: Nov 07, 2015
Number of Pages: 14
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Phil shows the world that obstacles don’t matter. If you believe in yourself, you can put trophies on the shelf.
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26. LUNA-TIKES Sally Soccer

by: Richard TillmanJamie Sale
Release date: Nov 07, 2015
Number of Pages: 16
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Sally learns that there is more to sport than being great. Sometimes the most important part is being a true teammate.
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27. Me, Darst, and Alley Oop

by: John R. Riggs
Release date: Aug 11, 2016
Number of Pages: 123
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Me, Darst, and Alley Oop is many things–a romp, an adventure, an odyssey, a coming of age tale, but mostly it is great good fun. A true story that frames the summer of 1964, it relates the cross country journey of two young men in their borrowed car, a hobbled and cobbled 1946 Dodge named Alley Oop.

Darst and Riggs, a mismatched pair of fraternity brothers from Indiana University, have little in common but the desire to leave it all behind and hit the open road for the golden shores of California, and the bouncing beach bunnies and boundless good times they hope to find there. Little do they know what hazards lies ahead or what it will take in resilience and fortitude, conflict and compromise, to make their dream come true. From the first day on, as they leave home and comfort behind with no cell phone or credit card and a hundred dollars between them in a car lately driven to its death, they are at odds with the elements and each other and can only succeed by forging ahead. Because, to return is to admit defeat, and thus cast a shadow over all future journeys of faith.

Told simply with wit and humor, Me, Darst, and Alley Oop takes an unvarnished look at the travelers, the journey, and the people they meet along their way. Its lessons come as revelations. With each new challenge, each new fork in the road, each new mountain high and valley low, Darst and Riggs learn a little more about themselves and each other, and the marvelous goodhearted country they are crossing. Never again will they undertake such a journey. Never again will the stars align. It’s either make or break with no points given for a nice try.

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Biographies & Memoirs > Arts & Literature > Actors & Entertainers

28. Mole Books: Chef Mole, Painter Mole, & the Track Race at Mole Valley: From the Series Community Helpers

by: Armaan J. Sarna
Release date: Mar 08, 2016
Number of Pages: 46
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From a Chef, to a Painter, and to the Principal and Physical Education Teacher, Mole Books shares three beautifully illustrated short stories about Mole and his interaction with some important community helpers who young children may then be able to identify independently.

Chef Joe allows Mole to help him create special foods to celebrate Mole’s fourth birthday. They make pizza, cheese sandwiches, French fries, and a yummy chocolate cake decorated with colorful gem candy. Painter Jim lets Mole work with him in painting the shed; together they design a colorful masterpiece and in the process learn about primary and secondary colors . In the third story, the school principal and physical education teacher while imparting valuable life’s lessons sponsor a day at the track where Mole gets to show his running prowess.

This picture book for children answers questions little ones may have about the world around them. With colorful illustrations, it offers them insight into a variety of people around us who play important roles in our daily lives.

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29. My Pet Dolphin (The Imaginary Pet Series Book 2)

by: Sara Joy
Release date: Apr 27, 2013
Number of Pages: 22
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What kind of pet did you wish for when you were a kid?

Every kid imagines having a pet of some kind.

This absolutely charming book is about having a pet dolphin. It is guaranteed to stimulate your child’s imagination. What would your child do with a pet dolphin? Would she keep him in the ocean? Would she swim with the dolphin holding on to his fin? Would she meet his friends? Read this book to find out more!

The pictures are delightful and very appealing to young children. This book will be a lot of fun to read to your young child who will love the bright pictures and the cartoon dolphins. The idea of having an imaginary pet is a magnet for young minds. This is the second book of the imaginary pet series.

This book looks great on a kindle fire or ipad.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Marine Life

30. Sleepy Time (Peanuts Baby Snoopy)

by: Charles M. SchulzCharles M. SchulzTom Brannon
Release date: Oct 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 8
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It’s time for bed.
Say good night to Baby Snoopy.
Sweet dreams!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

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