Best Humor Books for 5 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 humor books for 5 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. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Deluxe Edition (Classic Seuss)

by: Dr. SeussDr. Seuss
Release date: Apr 19, 1993
Number of Pages: 56
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This cloth-bound, slip-cased deluxe edition is the perfect elegant gift for high school, or college grads! With Dr. Seuss’s trademark use of humorous verse and illustrations, he addresses the ups and downs life presents while encouraging readers to find the success that lies within them all.

Perfect for display and destined to become a family keepsake, it features a full-color cover insert on the cloth slip-case; a full-color printed book case; a bookplate for personalizing; and the Good Doctor’s famous commencement speech “My Uncle Terwilliger on the Art of Eating Popovers” ( a.k.a. the “Popover” Poem) printed inside.

“Don’t be fooled by the title of this seriocomic ode to success; it’s not ‘Climb Every Mountain,’ kid version. All journeys face perils, whether from indecision, from loneliness, or worst of all, from too much waiting. Seuss’ familiar pajama-clad hero is up to the challenge, and his odyssey is captured vividly in busy two-page spreads evoking both the good times (grinning purple elephants, floating golden castles) and the bad (deep blue wells of confusion). Seuss’ message is simple but never sappy: life may be a ‘Great Balancing Act,’ but through it all ‘There’s fun to be done.'”—(starred) Booklist.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Poetry > Dr. Seuss

2. Everything Is Awkward

by: Mike BenderDoug Chernack
Release date: Sep 20, 2016
Number of Pages: 40
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The authors of the New York Times bestselling Awkward Family Photos franchise shine a light on the awkwardness of childhood. Warning: May cause uncontrollable laughter, snorting, and milk-spewing awkward moments for parents and kids alike.
 
Life isn’t perfect, and things don’t always go as planned. Like when you try to feed yourself and the food ends up all over your clothes. Or when you try to ride a bike and end up taking an epic spill. Or when you try to go potty and end up in the potty!
 
But laughing at ourselves makes it all a little easier, and a whole lot more entertaining. So go ahead and embrace all of life’s awkward moments. Because nobody’s perfect… but everyone’s awkward.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life

3. The Monster Who Ate My Peas

by: Danny SchnitzleinMatt Faulkner
Release date: Mar 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 32
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How far would you go to avoid eating your vegetables? A young boy thinks he’s discovered a way out of eating his peas—he makes a bargain with a fiendishly funny monster. First the deal is simple: the monster will eat the boy’s peas in exchange for his soccer ball. But with each new encounter, the monster’s demands escalate. Eventually, our hero faces a daunting decision—can he conquer his loathing for peas or will he lose his most prized possession?

Matt Faulkner’s uproariously detailed illustrations and Danny Schnitzlein’s Seuss-inspired verse combine to create a clever story about how far we are willing to go to avoid doing the things we hate.

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Children’s Books > Humor

4. Astronaut Handbook

by: Meghan McCarthy
Release date: Jun 10, 2008
Number of Pages: 40
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DO YOU HAVE what it takes to be an astronaut? Meghan McCarthy blasts readers off to astronaut school in her new, young, nonfiction picture book. Take a ride on the “Vomit Comet” and learn how it feels to be weightless. Have your measurements taken—100 to be exact—for your very own space suit. Meghan McCarthy has created the perfect book to share with children who want to be astronauts when they grow up.

From the Hardcover edition.

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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Astronomy & Space > Aeronautics & Space

5. Chicken: A Comic Cat Memoir

by: Terese JungleTerese Jungle
Release date: Nov 27, 2016
Number of Pages: 81
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As a girl, TJ longed for a cat but allergies got in the way. In spite of it, the universe conspired for a cat to find her. In 72 full-color illustrations, this graphic memoir tells the story of a nomadic artist and her relationship with the adorable cat “Chicken” who stays by her side for 17 years spanning four cities (Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh). Chicken’s tale ranges from funny to emotional, sweet to silly, thoughtful to mystical and includes bonus fun facts about cats and their habits.

Double Gold Winner in the 2016 Global E-book Awards for Best Children’s Nonfiction and Best Pet Nonfiction, Chicken is a soulful expression of the love between cat and person as it collides with the powerful tide of family, friends, loss, and the invisible forces that connect us.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Cats

6. Bear and Bunny

by: Daniel PinkwaterWill Hillenbrand
Release date: Dec 08, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
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From the inimitable Daniel Pinkwater comes a funny and disarmingly sweet tale of two forest friends musing on the nature of a good pet.

The bear and the bunny are friends who like to wander in the woods, look for things to eat, sing songs, and talk things over. One day, the bunny asks the bear, “Why do we not have some kind of pet?” Well, the bear is not sure what a pet is. So the bunny explains that it’s an animal that you take care of and feed, and one that loves you. But a pinecone is not the right pet for a bear and a bunny. And a caterpillar is nice, but it may not be very much fun. After a much-needed nap in the forest, will these two find their perfect pet? Beloved author Daniel Pinkwater and masterful illustrator Will Hillenbrand return with another charming and humorous story starring the sweetest of friends, a bear and bunny.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Bears

7. Baby Bird Counts to Ten

by: Nancy E. O’Leary
Release date: Jun 27, 2016
Number of Pages: 21
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Baby bird has woken from his nap but doesn’t see Mama! Join Baby bird as he bounces from tree limb to tree limb meeting forest friends along the way. His last bounce lands him on the forest floor where he meets some frogs and finds Mama. How are they going to get home? Mama shows him it is easy when they fly up one tree limb at a time. Along the way Baby bird says goodbye to raccoons, lizards and even a ladybug who might need a hug. The vivid illustrations will capture the attention of a baby and you’ll share a laugh with your toddler at the humorous situations Baby bird finds himself in.
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Children’s Books > Animals

8. My Parents Won’t Let Me Go to Bed

by: Peter Raber
Release date: Sep 04, 2015
Number of Pages: 26
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This little bear boy just wants to go to sleep, but his parents want to stay up to watch tv, play video games, and pretty much do ANYTHING but go to bed!
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Sleep

9. The Pig in the Pond Big Book (Candlewick Big Book)

by: Martin WaddellJill Barton
Release date: Feb 01, 1996
Number of Pages: 32
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Most pigs don’t swim, or so it’s said. But on this hot summer day, the pig on Neligan’s farm sits by the pond feeling envious of the ducks and geese floating in the cool water. Finally, when she can endure the heat no longer–Splash!–this sweltering pig takes a dive, throwing the entire farm into an uproar. Full color.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Pigs

10. Hensel and Gretel: Ninja Chicks

by: Corey Rosen SchwartzRebecca J. GomezDan Santat
Release date: May 24, 2016
Number of Pages: 40
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New from the team behind The Three Ninja Pigs and Ninja Red Riding Hood

These ninja chicks are anything but chicken!
 
When Hensel and Gretel’s dad gets snatched by a fox, the sisters put their ninja skills to work to track him down before he can be stir-fried.
 
But are these two little chicks ready to take on a dark tangled forest, a tricky house made of corn bread, and an even trickier fox?
 
This plucky pair isn’t giving up without a fight! Kiya!

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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

11. The Frogs Wore Red Suspenders

by: Jack PrelutskyPetra Mathers
Release date: Feb 19, 2002
Number of Pages: 64
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Poems about people and animals set in such far-flung places as Minot, Minneapolis, Tuscaloosa, Tucumcari, and the Grand Canyon. Exuberant poems that are easy to memorize.
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Children’s Books > Animals

12. Minerva Louise (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

by: Janet Morgan StoekeJanet Morgan Stoeke
Release date: Jan 19, 2012
Number of Pages: 24
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A hen has fun exploring the house with the red curtains.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

13. 365 Jokes For Kids: A Joke A Day Book +5 Bonus Magic Tricks

by: Chrissy Voeg
Release date: Nov 26, 2015
Number of Pages: 124
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365 hilarious family-friendly jokes!

FREE on Kindle Unlimited

Keep your kids laughing and entertaining their friends with this book of funny and family friendly jokes. Help them entertain their friends at school, make those long car trips more fun, and get a giggle for yourself along the way! These funny jokes, knock knocks, and riddles will entertain the entire family. And for those budding magicians in the house, there are 5 magic tricks they’ll be excited to try.
With artist illustrations showing just how funny these jokes for kids can be, this joke book will never be far out of reach.

They say laughter is the best medicine so this book is perfect for:

  • A long car trip
  • The waiting room at the doctor’s office
  • The first day of school
  • Birthday gifts that are sure to please
  • An opening joke for the big presentation at school
  • Encouraging your child to read 
  • Cheering you up after a hard day at work
Download now and always be ready to crack a smile!

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14. Murf the Monster’s First Christmas

by: L.H. Hill
Release date: Dec 02, 2015
Number of Pages: 25
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Mark is a ten year old boy who has a monster named, Murf. Murf is a red, furry monster with big ears and green eyes. He is very sweet and lovable even though he farts and burps when he is excited or scared.
It’s Christmas time, but Murf doesn’t understand what Christmas is about. You see, this is Murf’s very first Christmas. Mark and his friend Joey set out to show Murf what Christmas is all about.
But in the end, it’s Murf who shows them the true meaning of Christmas.
This is a fun, short chapter book with beautiful illustrations. Great for kids 5 -10 years old. Your kids will love Murf.
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Children’s Books > Humor > Cartoons

15. Teddy Bear Stuffing: (Angels Here, Angels There)

by: Mark EnselDeborah A. Lennon
Release date: Dec 12, 2012
Number of Pages: 48
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Teddy Bear Stuffing, is a children’s picture book, but it’s not just for children. It’s about finding the joy in everything, from a beautiful rainbow, to a mug of hot chocolate. In Teddy Bear Stuffing, angels represent the feeling we get, deep within our heart, when we learn to appreciate the wonder in all things, big and small.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Sleep

16. Born Yesterday

by: James SolheimSimon James
Release date: Mar 18, 2010
Number of Pages: 32
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July 8

Imagine! A day ago I’d never even heard of the world, and suddenly here I am in it. There’s so much to write about – macaroni, Fun World, and a big sister who has it all figured out. Which is why boys adore her. I need to get her attention back on me – and quick. But how? Should I take up sumo wrestling? Stunt flying? All I know how to do is write.

But don’t tell anyone. This diary you’re looking at is TOP SECRET – just for you and me!

Renowned illustrator Simon James brings sweetness and charm to James Solheim’s hilarious diary of a baby – and the result is a one-of-a-kind picture book no one will be expecting!

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

17. Abuelito Swallowed a Mosquito!

by: Kelly CarlosJose Carlos
Release date: Aug 23, 2015
Number of Pages: 15
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Children will love this cultural twist to the classic rhyming tale, There Was An Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly. While the vivid illustrations teach us about the food chain of Northern Mexico’s desert fauna, the text reminds us of the endearing term “ito”, that Mexican Spanish inherited from its ancient Aztec culture. Although the direct translation of “ito” after any noun means “little”, it also gives the word a loving quality (i.e. just as the Aztecs added the end phrase “tzin” to denote “venerable”).
The Abuelito who Swallowed a Mosquito embraces the current “Spanglish” phenomenon. Most schools here in the U.S. teach proper English and proper Spanish in their curriculums (rightfully so!). Spanglish, however, is a common reality in millions of households throughout America. Whether your student is bilingual, or learning Spanish, this rhyming and sequenced prose will encourage children to participate in the reading. And most importantly, they will have fun! So let’s go see what that crazy abuelito is up to…
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Foreign Language Learning > Spanish

18. The Miserable Tales of Duster the Cat

by: Jennie PressJennie Press
Release date: Nov 16, 2014
Number of Pages: 53
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The Miserable Tales of Duster the Cat
are some of the most horrible stories
of feline misbehaviors and misadventures
ever to be put to rhyme. Sadly, these tales of
misery are all based on actual events in
the life of a real cat named, you guessed it,
Duster.
Duster was adopted in 1999 from the SPCA in St. John’s,
Newfoundland. He moved several times before finally
settling in Vancouver, BC. He has been moaning and howling
the whole time. He is a wonderful, irresistible little beast.
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19. The Oreo Cat: Bacons, and other stuff

by: Tina ModugnoTina ModugnoTina ModugnoChristian Bedard
Release date: Oct 13, 2014
Number of Pages: 110
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Meet Oreo, a fluffy, curious tuxedo cat from Canada. Widely known across the internet for his antics, dance moves, and sheer adorableness, Oreo will be sure to steal your heart! The Oreo Cat: Bacons and Other Stuff is a collection of jokes, short stories and poems all in the spirit of “cat logic”! Visit The Oreo Cat on the web: http://www.theoreocat.com
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Children’s Books > Animals > Cats

20. Penguins

by: Liz Pichon
Release date: Oct 01, 2008
Number of Pages: 24
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If you love penguins you will love Penguins!

Penguins do the same thing every day. They swim, eat fish, sleep standing up, look at people, and look at more people. It’s an ordinary day at the zoo until a little girl drops something into the penguin pen…

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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

21. Spooky Riddles (Beginner Books(R))

by: Marc Brown
Release date: Sep 12, 1983
Number of Pages: 48
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Illus. in full color.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

22. Princess Posey and the Crazy, Lazy Vacation (Princess Posey, First Grader)

by: Stephanie GreeneStephanie Roth Sisson
Release date: Feb 09, 2016
Number of Pages: 79
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The beloved Princess Posey, First Grader, who has been called “the perfect fictional friend for any first-grade girl”, is back in another heartwarming installment to the popular series.

Posey is worried about her upcoming spring break: instead of going somewhere for their vacation, her mom says they are going to have a “lazy vacation” at home. What if lazy actually means boring? Fortunately, the next few days are anything but: there are pancakes for dinner, a sleepover with her friends, and a new bike without training wheels! After Posey’s first attempt at riding ends with a crash, she’s not sure she wants to get back on her bike. But with some encouragement from Grandpa, Posey realizes that being brave means trying again, even if you feel afraid.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Chapter Books

23. Smelly Dragon

by: Tavi CastelScout Walker
Release date: Mar 28, 2015
Number of Pages: 29
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Once upon a time, in a land not so very far from the corner where you live, were the Smokey, Hazy Mountains.

These mountains were jam-packed with Dragons.

Big Dragons…
Small Dragons..
Spotty Dragons, Splodgy Dragons, and a very, very special Dragon called Fizzle.

Fizzle had a birthday coming up, but he had a bit of a problem….

Pop-up text book for children everywhere, who love Dragons but are not so keen on bath-time!

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Children’s Books > Animals

24. Ayali’s Adventures: With the chick-chick-chickens!

by: Kelly CarlosJose Sandoval
Release date: Jul 07, 2014
Number of Pages: 122
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BIENVENIDOS to the newest, young-reader chapter book series, Ayali’s Adventures!
Not only will you learn new Spanish vocabulary, but you will get great insight to the flourishing Mexican-American culture. Just prepare yourself for a good laugh, because Ayali is super chistosa!
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life

25. Christmas with Patchy and Calico (Patchwork Dog and Calico Cat Book 3)

by: Greta Burroughs
Release date: Jan 09, 2014
Number of Pages: 58
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Christmas is a special time for kids of all ages and in “Christmas with Patchy and Calico”, the lovable dog and cat discover the true spirit of the holiday season. Through their many adventures, the two friends learn that giving and sharing are just as much fun as receiving presents.
In one story, making a snowman should be a fairly simple job, but not for these two. Patchy decides to show off and accidentally becomes the world’s first walking snowdog.
Then when all the Christmas presents mysteriously disappear, Patchy and Calico become detectives. They track down the gift snatcher and come face to face with the bully who stole all the gifts from underneath their Christmas tree.
In other adventures, the two friends find a wealth of chestnuts and are given lots of treats. What Patchy and Calico do with all the chestnuts and treats will teach children how simple gifts can make both the giver and receiver very happy.
Preschoolers up to elementary-aged children (and adults too) love the adventures and misadventures of the two title characters. The humorous stories, illustrations, and simple questions at the end of each story will entertain kids while teaching them valuable lessons on sharing, caring and giving while spreading Christmas cheer.
Other books in this series include “Patchwork Dog and Calico Cat” and “Patchy and Calico’s Summer Vacation.”

Excerpt
The next day, the two friends went for their usual walk, but this time the dog carried a bag with him.
“What are you going to do with the bag, Patchy?” asked Calico.
“I’m going to do some Christmas shopping. Daddy likes chestnuts, right?”
“Oh yes, he really likes chestnuts,” answered the cat. “Daddy likes to roast them in the fireplace.”
“I know where there’s a chestnut tree and I’m going to get some nuts for his Christmas present.”
“That’s a very smart idea, Patchy,” said the smiling cat.
When they got to the tree, the dog found a lot of chestnuts and filled his bag, full up to the top.
On their way back home, Calico heard a strange noise coming from high up in a tree. She stopped and listened.
“Patchy, it sounds like someone is crying. Can you hear it?”
“Yeah, I wonder what’s wrong.” The dog looked up and saw a squirrel, a very sad squirrel. “Why are you crying?” he asked her.
The squirrel looked down at the two friends and said between sobs, “All of the nuts I stored in this tree have disappeared. Somebody took them. Now I don’t have anything to feed my family this winter.”
Patchy looked at his bag and then looked at the sad squirrel. “I’ll share some of my chestnuts with you. I don’t want your family to go hungry this winter.”
“Oh, thank you!” squealed the squirrel, running down the trunk of the tree. She gathered a bunch of nuts out of Patchy’s bag and took them back up to her hiding place.
She poked her head out of the hole and said, “My name is Sandy and I have a big family. May I have a few more chestnuts?”
“Of course, Sandy,” Patchy replied.
The hungry squirrel gathered up what she thought would be enough to last the rest of the winter. It did not leave many nuts in the dog’s bag.
“Thank you for sharing with me,” said the squirrel who was now very happy.
“Merry Christmas,” Patchy said as he waved goodbye to Sandy.
The cat had been quietly watching her friend. “Patchy, I’m very proud of you for sharing your chestnuts.”
“Calico, you were right when you said that giving presents is as much fun as receiving them. That’s what Christmas is all about: sharing, giving and helping others,” replied Patchy. “I’m going to go back and pick up some more chestnuts. There are still a lot of them on the ground. Maybe we can find some other animals to share them with.”
So that is what Patchy and Calico did for the rest of the day. They gave Christmas presents to all of the squirrels, raccoons, possums and deer they could find.
It took a lot of trips back to the chestnut tree to refill Patchy’s bag, but the two friends did not mind. They were pleased. Sharin

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Children’s Books > Humor

26. Earth Tigerlets, as Explained by Professor Xargle

by: Jeanne WillisTony Ross
Release date: May 02, 1991
Number of Pages: 32
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The zany alien Professor Xargle is back, with a lesson for anyone who prefers a meow to a bow-wow. It’s about Tigerlets, those furry, four-footed creatures that any cat-loving Earthlet will immediately identify and take to heart. Full-color illustrations.
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Children’s Books > Humor > General

27. Mario: The Mouse Who Loved Spaghetti: A tale of a tail!

by: John Geraci
Release date: Mar 06, 2016
Number of Pages: 36
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The story of a cute mouse named Mario whose love for spaghetti gets him straight into trouble.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs & Squirrels

28. A Scout’s Guide to Zombie Survival: Everything You Need to Know to Identify Zombies and Survive (The Monsters and Zombies Almanac Book 3)

by: Sandie Lee MuncasterDonna LawOzzy Esha
Release date: Oct 27, 2014
Number of Pages: 26
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A Scout’s Guide to Zombie Survival is a delightfully scary guide to recognizing and dealing with common zombies. It is designed for kids aged 5 to 12 and is filled with cool zombies and some practical scouts’ advice on how to deal with these fictitious monsters.

The bright-colored illustrated zombies are scary enough to be entertaining, but not so much as to keep your child awake at night. The descriptions are humorous while showcasing each zombie’s quirks.

A Scout’s Guide to Zombie Survival would be the perfect addition to your child’s library and a wonderful way to have some ‘scary’ fun. Grab your copy today and see the delight and enthusiasm it will bring to even the most reluctant of readers.

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Children’s Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Spine-Chilling Horror

29. The Six Colorful Annies

by: Bernardette CostaLinda BuckleyAngelo Costa
Release date: Mar 07, 2011
Number of Pages: 34
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Take the first really big snowfall of the season, add six adventurous young sisters, and what do you get? Fun and surprises, that’s what!

The Six Colorful Annies is a beautifully illustrated children’s picture book which celebrates the first significant snowfall of the season – just in time for a white Christmas. How the six adventurous sisters make the most of this event recaptures nostalgic moments for the adult and endless possibilities for the young reader.
As many children tend to do, each of the “Annies” has her favorite color. The story uses these preferences to build suspense and humor. The illustrator, Linda Buckley, has made skillful use of the vibrant colors of the color wheel, including primary, secondary and complementary colors. The resulting children’s picture book is both entertaining and educational.
The author and the illustrator are educators who grew up in South Brunswick, New Jersey and now live in rural New Hampshire. Mrs. Costa grew up in a large family of seven children, four of them girls, and Mrs. Buckley is the mother of six adventurous girls of her own.

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Children’s Books > Action & Adventure

30. Stink-O-Pedia Volume 2: More Stink-y Stuff from A to Z

by: Megan McDonaldPeter H. Reynolds
Release date: Aug 10, 2010
Number of Pages: 144
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Thought Stink might run out of fun, cool, weird, and wacky facts? Hardee-har-har! Make way for a second toe-jam-packed, can’t-put-down STINK-O-PEDIA!

What mammal could fit fifty people on its tongue? Did you know it’s impossible to snore in outer space? Or that the first lip balm was made of earwax? From B-for-brainy cats (take a quiz to prove your cat’s a genius) to T-for-treasure hunts (learn the secrets of geocaching) to Z-for-zombie jokes (bad puns to wake the dead), this super-funny compendium is bursting with things to do, things to try, and things that are just plain awesome to know. With a guide at the end crossreferencing Stink books with relevant entries, this is a must-have for Moody fans, reluctant readers, and kids who are crazy for trivia, superlatives, and other ephemera.

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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Reference > Almanacs

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