Best Humor Books for 6 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 humor books for 6 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. Whack Of The P-Rex (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Notebook of Doom)

by: Troy Cummings
Release date: Aug 26, 2014
Number of Pages: 96
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. In this fifth book, Alexander stumbles into a VERY large footprint. And his friend Rip keeps finding candy in the street. What kind of monster leaves HUGE footprints behind? And where is all the candy coming from? Alexander, Rip, and Nikki must find out fast–before it’s too late! This book is filled with humor, suspense, and zany black-and-white illustrations throughout!
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Chapter Books

2. Brunhilda’s Backwards Day

by: Shawna J. C. Tenney
Release date: Aug 02, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
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Brunhilda the witch loves making trouble. Each morning, she wakes up on the wrong side of the bed, puts on her ugliest dress, eats spider mush for breakfast, and brushes her teeth with candy. Then she looks in the mirror and happily observes, ?You are utterly repulsive!” As soon as she leaves the house, she begins to spread her misery. No one is safe from her rainy-day spells or her wart-growing charms!

But one night, Brunhilda’s cat makes trouble instead.

When Brunhilda wakes up that next morning, she is on the right side of the bed. All she can find to wear is a fluffy pink ball gown. And her spider mush is replaced with oatmeal; her candy replaced by toothpaste! The day has gone completely backwards. What will happen when Brunhilda casts her all-time favorite misery-inducing spells?

This is a silly story about how sometimes being nice can be more rewarding than being mean. Brunhilda may decide to keep some of her warts in the end, but she’s a changed witch. Waking up on the wrong side of the bed just doesn’t work for her anymore.

A picture book for 3 to 6 year olds, this book teaches kids that being kind and nice to people actually makes you feel better than playing tricks and being mean. A good lesson for young children, teachers and parents will enjoy the message while kids will be enthralled with the bright, colorful illustrations and the silly, warty witch.

Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers?picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

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

3. 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.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Astronomy & Space > Aeronautics & Space

4. Roscoe Riley Rules #7: Never Race a Runaway Pumpkin

by: Katherine ApplegateBrian Biggs
Release date: Aug 25, 2009
Number of Pages: 96
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Pumpkin Contest

If Roscoe guesses the weight of a giant pumpkin, he’ll be a winner! Easy, right? But a little black cat keeps trying to cross his path! Will the bad-luck kitty ruin Roscoe’s chance to win?

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

5. Cyril The Squirrel And The Nut Thieves: Children’s Book: Fun Rhyming Bedtime Story – Picture Book / Beginner Reader (for age 3-6) (Top of the Wardrobe Gang Picture 8)

by: Melinda KinsmanMelinda Kinsman
Release date: Jan 02, 2016
Number of Pages: 40
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Come and meet Cyril the Squirrel and his woodland friends!

It’s winter in the wood, and young Cyril is heading out to dig up some nuts to eat. When he reaches the spot he buried them in, though, he doesn’t find what he expects. It looks like someone has got there before him…

There’s a THIEF who is tiptoeing
through the dark wood.
He’s searching for NUTS; and
these nuts smell so good!

A warm and entertaining book about a family of squirrels. This story is sure to become a firm favorite with youngsters at bedtime.

It is a woodland tale with an amusing twist, and a happy ending. A tale of bravery, forgiveness and kindness – all wrapped up in a package with flowing rhyme and colorful illustrations.

  • Who has stolen Cyril’s nuts?
  • How can he find them again?
  • What will he do when he hears someone call out for help?
  • Will he make it home in time for dinner?


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This is a fun “read aloud” book for adults to enjoy reading to younger children. The story is brightly illustrated on every page, and the verses are short and simple enough for beginner readers to tackle.

Kids can take P.D. Monkey’s latest challenge, by seeing if they can spot the mitten hidden on every page. For extra fun and learning, a few simple Nature Notes and Woodland Puzzles are included after the story.

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Checkout other books in this series
Book 1 – Monster Mayhem
Book 2 – The Night of the Magical Flight
Book 3 – Pirates Don’t Knit!
Book 4 – Aliens Love Astronauts
Book 5 – The Prince and his Dragon
Book 6 – Meet the Gang!
Book 7 – On the Run from Santa
Book9 – Molly Mouse and the Bear Cub

=> Although the eBook versions of these picture books can be read on black and white Kindles, for the best reader experience we recommend viewing them in color.

***Please note that this particular eBook in the series is written with English spellings and terms suitable for both US and British readers. PRINT versions of the book (containing additional content) are available in both US and British English options.***

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

6. 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

7. The Great Eugene!: Believe and Suceed, the story of a Horse Racing Champion!

by: Cary LucierMonte Scott
Release date: Jul 06, 2015
Number of Pages: 23
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Do you have dreams?
Do you believe that they can come true?
I know a horse with a funny name that believes they can!

Cary Lucier has crafted a wonderful rhyming children’s picture book for children ages 2-6. “The Great Eugene” is a story about a horse that triumphs over adversity. This story is sure to win your heart along with the love and admiration of other young readers.

The story begins when Eugene is born to a doting mother who wants the best for her baby boy. Soon after his birth he is told that he will become a racehorse. His mother tells him that when he is grown he will be able to run very fast and race against other horses. Eugene imagines himself winning big races and the fame and adoration associated with it until unexpectedly he is injured.

A doctor is called in to care for the injured horse and Eugene’s broken leg is put into a cast to heal. The doctor then tells him that the injury is so bad that he’ll never be able to race as his mother had suggested. He is told that the injury will limit him and prevent him from achieving his dreams of winning races and that if he is lucky he might one day become a plow horse.

Determined to achieve his goals and prove the doctor wrong, Eugene works and trains hard every day to strengthen his leg. Over the next couple years Eugene becomes a strong beautiful white horse who grows in confidence and strength. Each day of training gives him more confidence that he will eventually overcome his injury and race as his mother described.

Watch Eugene as he works around the farm until that fateful day when he decides to visit his doctor and prove him wrong.

Follow Eugene as he discovers the nearby racetrack where other horses race and compete for glory.

Discover the champion living inside each and every one of us!

This funny imaginative story is sure to capture your heart and inspire children of all ages. Get “The Great Eugene” today. You’ll be glad that you did.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Baby Animals

8. Gerald’s Journal: The Life of an Everyday Hero (Volume 1)

by: David McElhinnyTeri Firtos
Release date: Feb 18, 2016
Number of Pages: 88
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Monday, September 18 In the morning time as the buses came in everybody was talking about what they did that weekend. As usual I sat at my desk working on the handwriting worksheets that Mrs. Baker gave me. I learned a long time ago when I was just a little kid that I have to work harder on some things than the other students. Z in cursive is really hard to do and it looks strange to me. Steven was walking around handing out invitations to his birthday party to all of the boys in the class. Bobby was really excited because Steven said the party was at a club in the country that his family belongs to and there is an indoor pool with a slide. Mitchell said he has been there before and that it is really fun. Even Jimmy got invited and he is a bad boy. I did not get invited. I know I am different in some ways, but really, I like all the same things as the other boys too. I love pizza, ice cream, swimming and recess, just like everybody else. I pretended that I did not hear them talking about it. I wish I could go. It sounds like it will be fun. Gerald is just like every other kid. Yet he’s different . . . and he has a little trouble fitting in because of his disability. Over time, his traits of kindness, compassion and honesty pair with his great sense of humor, and his differences disappear behind his delightful personality. Gerald is truly the kind of hero we should all aspire to be. “You’re going to love Gerald and his journal! You’ll discover that when it comes to life and love – we are all very much alike. Highly recommended.” – Anita Higman, Bestselling, Award winning author of 40 Books “Gerald’s Journal proves that beneath our differences – as large or small as they might seem at first glance – we’re all human. A touching, fun book for readers of all ages.” – Garrett Calcaterra, author of The Dreamwielder Chronicles “Moms and Dads should read Gerald’s Journal with their children and talk about his thoughts and feelings. I think everyone will see something about themselves in Gerald’s words.” – Karen Gaffney, public speaker and celebrated endurance athlete who swam the English channel among her many swimming accolades. She also has Down syndrome. “Gerald’s Journal shows us that a little kindness and goodness can go a long way. Gerald is the person we should all aspire to be.” – Jerry Clark, North Journal editor “McElhinny’s gift for storytelling and descriptive prose shines through in his portrayal of Gerald, a student who reaps the benefits of classroom inclusion. The writing style is humorous, colorful and compellingly accurate. McElhinny’s book is an inspirational learning tool for readers of all ages.” – Chris Scarnati, 5th- Grade English Teacher and Sports Illustrated correspondent “Gerald is 100% pure superhero. He’s real. He’s genuine. And he’s not afraid to be exactly who he is – which is a pretty great guy. David McElhinny’s honest, heartwarming depiction of a boy who just wants to fit in will bring a smile to even the most stoic reader, and offers valuable life lessons for us all. This book should be required reading for every school, everywhere.” – Renae Brumbaugh, former teacher and bestselling author of Christmas Stories for Bedtime and Mystery at Discovery Lake
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Special Needs

9. Wages Creek

by: Jeffrey HickeyKaren KiserRachel Betz
Release date: Apr 23, 2014
Number of Pages: 41
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Wages Creek is meant to be read while listening to the audio book, which
is available for download from audible.com. The author does all the
voices, and wrote all the music. His wife, Karen Kiser, does all the
illustrations.

There was once a campground on the Northern California coast where a fresh, bubbling stream met the vast Pacific Ocean. The sandy beach was large, the grasses were tall and soft, three ducks had a problem, one man had a cold, and a horseshoe pit was in the middle of the solution. This is the story of a trip my family took to Wages Creek.

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Children’s Books > Humor

10. The Frogs Wore Red Suspenders

by: Jack Prelutsky
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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11. Judy Moody and Friends: Triple Pet Trouble

by: Megan McDonaldErwin Madrid
Release date: Sep 08, 2015
Number of Pages: 64
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Judy’s unusual pets—Jaws, Mouse, and Toady—are the center of attention in a new Judy Moody® book for newly independent readers.

Dr. Judy knows a sick pet when she sees one, and Jaws the Venus flytrap is for-sure sick. Time for some urgent care and first aid! Judy Moody, pet vet, will never rest in her efforts to nurse Jaws back to health. In her quest for a medical miracle, Judy finds herself wrangling an unruly toad and seeking help from Mouse, the mind-reading cat. Nothing will stand in the way of Judy’s search for a cure. Not even the fearsome Carnivoria vampira! From Megan McDonald comes this selection of three mini-stories just right for luring young readers into the Moody universe.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Cats

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. Thanks and Have Fun Running the Country: Kids’ Letters to President Obama

by: Jory John
Release date: Mar 01, 2009
Number of Pages: 144
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A few days after the election of Barack Obama, kids around the country were asked to provide advice and guidance to their new president. In this collection, there’s loads advice for the president, often hilarious, sometimes heartfelt, and occasionally downright practical. Students from all over the country reach out to the 44th president, speaking to the issues closest to their hearts, relating their life stories, and asking for help. Topics include the economy, education, war, global warming, race relations in America and immigration. The book also includes letters about snow cones, puppies, microwavable burritos, dinosaur projects, multiplication and the ghost of Abraham Lincoln, reportedly haunting a White House bedroom.

Proceeds benefit 826 National, a network of nonprofit writing and tutoring centers around the country.

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14. Filbert: Floating On Air (Filbert the Flying Whale Book 1)

by: Allen SwimAndrew Scully
Release date: Oct 19, 2015
Number of Pages: 94
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School is out and Filbert, a young gray whale is looking for adventure. Like any other eight year old, Filbert just wants to have fun. Unfortunately, all the other gray whale children reject him because he’s a little different. Stuck with his tattletale twin brother, Roger as his only companion, Filbert is bored and desperate for excitement. Just as the summer looks to be a complete loss, a mysterious genie grants Filbert a single wish. Join Filbert on his hilarious exploration of the surface world where he is hounded by the very people he went there to meet, has a confrontation with a group of industrious squirrels, and befriends the inhabitants of a bizarre chicken farm.
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Children’s Books > Humor

15. A Giraffe Past Bedtime

by: Missy HodgesJames Point Du Jour
Release date: Oct 08, 2012
Number of Pages: 32
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It’s bedtime but Corinne just can’t fall to sleep! Animals keep peeking in her bedroom window. Her Daddy believes her imagination has run wild but the next morning holds the true surprise!
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Sleep

16. The Secret Room #5 (The Haunted Library)

by: Dori Hillestad ButlerAurore Damant
Release date: Aug 11, 2015
Number of Pages: 128
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Now that Kaz can finally pass through walls without feeling all “skizzy,” he can go explore Beckett’s secret room at the back of the library. What he finds there is a mystery he never expected!
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Chapter Books

17. Sleeping Bunny

by: Emily Snowell KellerPamela Silin-Palmer
Release date: Jan 07, 2003
Number of Pages: 40
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Pamela Silin-Palmer and her daughter Emily Snowell Keller bring their talents to this retelling of Sleeping Beauty, showcasing Ms. Silin-Palmer’s fabulous paintings of animals dressed in costumes. As always, the illustrations are filled with detail, rendered both impeccably and with lots of quirky humor. Where else can you find piggies with butterfly wings as fairy godmothers? The text maintains the humor all the way to “hoppily ever after.”
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths

18. The Ghost at the Fire Station #6 (The Haunted Library)

by: Dori Hillestad ButlerAurore Damant
Release date: Nov 03, 2015
Number of Pages: 128
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With a lot of searching and a lot of luck, Kaz has found his dog Cosmo, his little brother Little John, his grandmom, and his grandpops. But what about his parents? Or his big brother Finn? Will he ever see them again? Kaz wants to keep looking for his family, but when Claire hears about a ghost at the fire station, Kaz knows it’s a case for C & K Ghost Detectives!
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Chapter Books

19. The Ghost in the Tree House #7 (The Haunted Library)

by: Dori Hillestad ButlerAurore Damant
Release date: Mar 29, 2016
Number of Pages: 116
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Here is Edgar Award Winner Dori Hillestad Butler’s seventh title in her not-too-scary chapter book mystery series, The Haunted Library. Perfect for reluctant readers in the mood for a great mystery!

A group of girls in Claire’s town have noticed strange sights and sounds coming from the tree house where their club meets. Is it a rival boys’ club trying to scare them away? Or is it a ghost? The girls ask Claire to tackle the mystery—and Kaz hopes to finally find the rest of his missing family members!

From the Trade Paperback edition.

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

20. How to Draw With Your Funny Bone

by: Elwood Smith
Release date: Mar 03, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
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If you struggle to turn sticks into figures, then perhaps it is time to seek out a Trained Professional Artist! Illustrator Elwood H. Smith consults his expert funny bone as he leads budding artists through a tutorial on how to draw tricycle- riding pigs, silly-grinning cars, and jousting ketchup bottles. Emphasizing that subjects can be based on everyday materials and that artists have unique styles, this is a workbook that will encourage readers to experiment with their own types of visual expression.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > Cartooning

21. Monkey & Robot (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Richard Jackson Books (Atheneum Hardcover))

by: Peter CatalanottoPeter Catalanotto
Release date: Jun 10, 2014
Number of Pages: 64
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Best friends Monkey and Robot, who laugh and jump up and down when they are happy, enjoy a variety of activities together, in a collection of stories that includes their first four adventures.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Apes & Monkeys

22. 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

23. Dot, Dot, Dot

by: Michal Peleg
Release date: Dec 10, 2014
Number of Pages: 28
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This story I tell is a story of three… A team, side by side they always will be. They’re always together. Together, but free. What keeps them together? Oh, what can that be? In this whimsical, imaginative adventure, introduce your child to grammar in a fun way, while teaching about the joy of teamwork and togetherness. This story is about making a difference together, working for the greater good and not for individual glory. With our friends the ellipses, discover that even though being one of three can be hard, it’s worth it in the end to be part of something bigger-and to gain a friendship that lasts forever.
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Children’s Books > Humor > General

24. Wishes Stitches & Dishes: Bundle of Family Fun

by: Selena RobinsMaddie Ryan
Release date: Oct 09, 2014
Number of Pages: 372
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A bundle of fun for the whole family to enjoy.

PIPPY’s WISH is a fun, humorous, inspirational read for all ages.
TEMPTED BY AN ANGEL is a comedy of errors short story for the adults.
DELICIOUS DISHES, a recipe book filled with over 100 tasty and easy to make recipes to enjoy with family and friends.

PIPPY’S WISH features a tween Angel-in-Training. Pippy is quirky, mischievous, lovable and enchanting. She can’t wait to graduate, earn her wings and become a cool teen Angel. Although she sometimes makes mistakes she relies on her ingenuity and humor to yank her out of trouble.

Except this time, it’s gotten her INTO trouble.

Big trouble.

Can Pippy solve this one on her own?

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In TEMPTED BY AN ANGEL, Angelica Montgomery and Matt Lockwood are victims of un-synchronized mishaps.

Matt hired entertainment for his five-year-old nephew’s birthday party.

Instead, Angel showed up, carrying a bouquet of balloons, wearing killer heels, and flaunting a body that Matt described as heavenly–except her attitude was anything but angelic.

Unfortunately for Angel, life doesn’t have auto-correct.

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DELICIOUS DISHES for the whole family.

Appetizers/Snacks
Soup
Craving Carbs
The Main Event
Bodacious Breads & Pizza
Crock Pot Meals
Holiday Deliciousness
Enchanting Cookies & Cakes
Purple Dreams
Succulent Desserts
Let’s Have a Drink

“Selena Robins’ plots are deliciously fun. Full of antics and compromising situations. She does an excellent job blending humor into her romance with an undercurrent of mystery.” ~New York Times & USA Today Best Selling Author, Kimberley Troutte

“I love Selena’s funny, sexy and suspenseful characters, plots, and the way she writes the characters’ emotions. It made me an insta-fan of Selena’s work, and whatever she writes in the future, I’ll be sure to buy. ~USA Today Best Selling Author, Cari Quinn.

“Selena Robins brings supreme wit, honesty and amazing characterization to all her writing. If you love novels with laugh-out-loud humor and fully-realized, in-depth characters you can’t go wrong with Selena Robins.” ~Multi-Published, Award Winning Author, Denise Agnew

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25. Diary of a Sheriff Pikachu 3 Superior Seven (Volume 3)

by: Mr Clarence Lefort
Release date: Nov 02, 2016
Number of Pages: 50
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Age Level: 9 – 12 | Grade Level: 4th and up

Sheriff Pikachu returns for his biggest battle yet
Team Rocket invades PokeCreek, and Sheriff Pikachu, Bounty Hunter Raichu, Mayor Marill and Blacksmith Magmar need to figure out a way to stop them.
Raichu roams across the Wild West hunting for the best cowboys in the land to take a stand against Team Rocket. He recruits a wandering Marowak, a crazy old Carbink and a sage Sceptile to help fight against this epic threat.
Pikachu stays in town to set up traps to ensure that Team Rocket is stopped right in their tracks. When they invade, they’ll be dealing with the seven strongest Pokemon in all the Wild West!
If you love cowboys, battling, Pokemon—or hopefully all three!—you’re going to love Diary fo Sheriff Pikachu 3. Whether it’s your first time in the Pokemon Wild West, or you’re a returning reader, you’ll love the epic world presented that will never be seen in the games or on the show!
Readers of all ages will love the action, adventure and humor of Sheriff Pikachu. Plus, with full-color illustrations, it will really feel like you’re out on the range with all your PokePals!
Come on down to PokeCreek, partner! Have yourself a good time!

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Children’s Books > Humor > Cartoons

26. Fox On Wheels (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Puffin Easy-To-Read)

by: Edward MarshallJames Marshall
Release date: Aug 01, 1993
Number of Pages: 48
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Fox baby-sits for his sister Louise, learns to climb a tree for some grapes, and wins a shopping cart race.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Foxes & Wolves

27. Goodly Woods, Book 1: The Value of a Good Reputation, Illustrated

by: Cheri Hill
Release date: Nov 16, 2015
Number of Pages: 34
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In this first book of the Goodly Woods series, you will meet the townsfolk and discover why twin boys that have very different personalities have to be more than just a pretty face! Goodly has been accused of a dastardly deed, and his family must sort out the truth before he can make amends. Will the Widow Gotta Gossip triumph? Whose reputation will be tarnished? These questions and more will be answered as you begin the adventures of Goodly Woods. Goodly Woods is a refreshing new Christian western series that is packed full of adventure, drama, comedy, and sprinkled generously with good morals and virtue. Each book has many colorful pictures and is designed to entertain the whole family. Recommended for ages 6-99
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Christian Books & Bibles > Literature & Fiction > Westerns

28. Meeda and Me (Meeda and Me Stories) (Volume 1)

by: Rhonda L. PagliaRhonda L. Paglia
Release date: Nov 19, 2014
Number of Pages: 24
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Meeda is Sofia Margaret’s BEST friend.  They are like twins in so many ways!!  In this first story in the “Meeda and Me” series, kids are introduced to the two girls. This is a beginning reader with a simple repetitive phrase, “Just like me,” for kids 3 –  6.  In book #2, “The Woozler,” (and books #3 & #4) kids meet up with Sofie and Meeda again, only they will earn that Meeda lives in Sofia’s mirror, for kids 3 – 8.  “Look back in the Book” activities included in ALL of the “Meeda and Me” stories in this fun, beginning reader series.   
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Girls & Women

29. Take the Mummy and Run: The Riot Brothers Are On a Roll (Riot Brothers (Hardcover))

by: Mary AmatoEthan Long
Release date: Mar 15, 2009
Number of Pages: 240
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Orville and Wilbur Riot are back in the hilarious fourth book of the Riot Brothers adventures. Whether hunting for lost mummies or creating their own water park, there’s never a dull moment. A companion to “Snarf Attack”, “Underfoodle”, and the “Secret of Life: The Riot Brothers Tell All”; “Drooling and Dangerous: The Riot Brothers Return!”; and “Stinky and Successful: The Riot Brothers Never Stop”.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Siblings

30. Stink and the Attack of the Slime Mold

by: Megan McDonaldPeter H. Reynolds
Release date: Feb 09, 2016
Number of Pages: 144
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Aaagh! Crawl slowly for your lives! Stink kicks off his second decade with a super-funny homage to an oozy-goozy organism.

Glip! Glop! Gloop! What looks like dog vomit, smells like a corpse flower, and stars in one of the scariest movies Stink Moody has ever seen? Is it the Blob? The Glob? Son of Glob? No, it’s . . . slime mold! Stink may be a super science geek, but even Dr. Stinkelstein is feeling freaked out about having a slime mold living and growing in his very own room. At Saturday Science Club, Stink learns that these one-celled organisms are smart enough to find their way out of mazes and gang up on food sources — so who says they aren’t smart enough to take over Stink’s pets, Stink’s room, Stink himself, and . . . the world? Vintage horror flicks meet classic Star Trek episodes as a wary Stink (with some help from Dr. Judy Moody) comes to know and love an unusual new pet in a hilarious adventure that sneaks in factoids and comics at each chapter’s end.

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

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