Best Humor Books for 8 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 humor books for 8 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
Find in Library
Read Review
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!
tags:

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

2. The Last Kids on Earth and the Zombie Parade

by: Max BrallierDouglas Holgate
Release date: Sep 06, 2016
Number of Pages: 296
Find in Library
Read Review
A very funny post-apocalyptic graphic novel, now a New York Times bestseller!

“Terrifyingly fun! Delivers big thrills and even bigger laughs.”–Jeff Kinney, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Diary of a Wimpy Kid
 
The zombies are disappearing. This might seem like a good thing, since zombies eat your brains, but normal human kid Jack Sullivan is suspicious. He keeps hearing an eerie shrieking noise that seems to be almost summoning the zombies—but to where, and for what (probably) foul purpose?
 
Jack, his three best friends (maybe the only people left on Earth), and their pet monster Rover need to get to the bottom of this. Along the way they encounter a lot more than they bargained for, including a giant Wormungulous, a pizza parlor monster hangout, an ancient evil who destroys worlds, and a stereo system that is totally the bomb. Can Jack figure out why the zombies are vanishing . . . before he and his friends are next?

From the Hardcover edition.

tags:

Children’s Books > Action & Adventure

3. The Underground Abductor (Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales #5): An Abolitionist Tale about Harriet Tubman

by: Nathan Hale
Release date: Apr 21, 2015
Number of Pages: 128
Find in Library
Read Review
Araminta Ross was born a slave in Delaware in the early 19th century. Slavery meant that her family could be ripped apart at any time, and that she could be put to work in dangerous places and for abusive people. But north of the Mason-Dixon line, slavery was illegal. If she could run away and make it north without being caught or killed, she’d be free. Facing enormous danger, Araminta made it, and once free, she changed her name to Harriet Tubman. Tubman spent the rest of her life helping slaves run away like she did, every time taking her life in her hands. Nathan Hale tells her incredible true-life story with the humor and sensitivity he’s shown in every one of the Hazardous Tales—perfect for reluctant readers and classroom discussions.
tags:

Children’s Books > History > United States > Civil War Era

4. Pippi Goes On Board (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

by: Astrid Lindgren
Release date: Jun 01, 1988
Number of Pages: 140
Find in Library
Read Review
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Pippi has no problem living without adults, but when her long-lost father reappears, she decides to sail the seas with him.
tags:

Children’s Books

5. The Monster Who Ate My Peas

by: Danny SchnitzleinMatt Faulkner
Release date: Mar 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 32
Find in Library
Read Review
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.

tags:

Children’s Books > Humor

6. Astronaut Handbook

by: Meghan McCarthy
Release date: Jun 10, 2008
Number of Pages: 40
Find in Library
Read Review
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.

tags:

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

7. Mad Scientist Mad Libs

by: Price Stern Sloan
Release date: Aug 07, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
Find in Library
Read Review
Mad Scientist Mad Libs features 21 original stories all about mad scientists! Topics include science experiments gone wrong, real life mad scientists, Frankenstein, and much much more! This makes a great Halloween–or anytime!–buy.
tags:

Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

8. Step One, Step Two, Step Three and Four

by: Maria AshworthAndreea Chele
Release date: Jan 26, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
Find in Library
Read Review
A young girl’s world is turned upside-down when her mother decides to remarry. Along with the ring comes a few more, Step One, Step Two, Step Three and Four. The girl will do whatever it takes to keep them out of her life. She eventually realizes there are some benefits to her step-siblings.
This lighthearted story will reassure children that in spite of change, the outcome is worth the transition. It delights in the possibilities of having a growing blended family.  
Nominated in 2012 as a finalist in National Association of Elementary School Principals contest. Children, ages 4 to 8, will love its suessical flair of bold illustrations and lyrical text.
tags:

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

9. Donnie the Doubtful Dung Beetle

by: Mark EischenMark EischenGreg Warmbrodt
Release date: Dec 11, 2013
Number of Pages: 32
Find in Library
Read Review
This is a story about Donnie, a young Dung Beetle who grows tired of his same old breakfast and goes off in search of other options. With beautiful illustrations, and a cast of vibrant characters Donnie meets along the way, this is a colorful and funny tale designed to entertain parents and kids alike.
tags:

Children’s Books > Humor

10. Princess Juniper of the Hourglass

by: Ammi-Joan Paquette
Release date: Jul 21, 2015
Number of Pages: 290
Find in Library
Read Review
In this royal adventure, Princess Juniper learns what it means to rule a kingdom–at least for the summer.

For her thirteenth nameday all Princess Juniper wants is a country of her own. So when rumblings of unrest start in his kingdom, Juniper’s father decides to grant his daughter’s wish and sends her to a small, idyllic corner of the Hourglass Mountains until trouble blows over. Once there, Juniper discovers that ruling a small country–even just for the summer–is a bit harder than she’d expected, especially when cousin Cyril challenges her rule. Still, the most difficult part is to come. Juniper and her friends discover that her father’s kingdom is at war. The only way to stay safe is to remain in the Hourglass Mountains much longer than planned. Juniper may have her own country after all . . . but what will that mean for the kingdom of Torr?

This book is perfect for fans of Frozen and Brave, who like their princess strong and smart as well as sparkly. 

Praise for Princess Juniper of the Hourglass:

“I absolutely loved Princess Juniper of the Hourglass!  It’s fantastically delightful, delicious, and satisfying.  You’ll want to follow Juniper to her kingdom — or even better, start your own!”–Sarah Beth Durst, author of Enchanted Ivy and Ice
  

“I adored Princess Juniper! Readers will cheer as she leads and defends her hidden kingdom in this deliciously charming fantasy.”–Julie Berry, author of Secondhand Charm and The Amaranth Enchantment

“Princess Juniper proves that you can love your silk dresses and still be a hero. This is a smart, feisty kid with a thirst for experiences, and I loved watching her learn to lead. A fun and insightful coming-of-age tale.”—Ellen Booraem, author of Small Persons with Wings
 
“A gently adventurous and luxuriously detailed romp.”–Kirkus Reviews

“With elements from William Golding’s The Lord of the Flies and Paul Fleischman’s Weslandia, this story can be enjoyed by those who love princess stories and adventure tales….A rollicking tale that will please a wide range of readers.”–School Library Journal

“This…dramatic and humorous novel…involves some entertaining twists and paves the way for more lighthearted intrigue ahead.”–Publishers Weekly 

“Paquette takes young readers gently by the hand into the adult world of responsibility, danger, and the unknown. The fully developed cast of characters is engaging, and readers will cheer the conclusion and happily await Juniper’s further adventures.”–Booklist

   
Ammi-Joan Paquette Awards and Reviews:

Ghost in the House 
A Huffington Post “Best Halloween Books of 2013,” School Library Journal “Great Books for Halloween” pick; and Canadian Children’s Book Centre “Best Books for Kids & Teens” 2014 pick
 
Petey & Pru and the Hullabaloo 
Starred review, Kirkus
 
The Tiptoe Guide to Tracking Fairies 
A “Best Books for Children 2009” choice by the Association of Booksellers for Children
Featured in Scholastic: Parent & Child magazine’s “Fun Finds”
 

From the Hardcover edition.

tags:

Children’s Books > Action & Adventure

11. peculiar poems for pint size provocateurs

by: Oona ZbitkovskisJ. Ben Moss
Release date: May 15, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
Find in Library
Read Review
is the collaborative work of illustrator J. Ben Moss and author Oona Zbitkovskis. It is a collection of whimsical poetry in which a simple walk can bring about fantastical discoveries or curiosity can lead to unwanted guests who just refuse to leave. This delightful book is filled with a host of poems to tickle the fancy of any child or adult. Beautiful illustrations accompany the poems and set the tone for the work, which we hope becomes a favorite.
tags:

Children’s Books

12. Patchy and Calico’s Summer Vacation: Patchwork Dog and Calico Cat series

by: Greta Burroughs
Release date: Aug 14, 2012
Number of Pages: 62
Find in Library
Read Review
Patchwork Dog has a knack for getting into trouble and his best friend, Calico Cat usually winds up right in the middle of the mess with him. Calico would rather spend her days sleeping in her nice comfortable bed, staying safe and worry free. She knows better than to follow Patchy when he is out looking for a new adventure, but she tags along anyway just in case. On the other hand, Patchy is very curious and is always investigating new sights, sounds and smells. He follows his nose wherever it goes. Sometimes that leads to trouble but other times it gives Calico a chance to play a trick on her not so smart friend. Children will laugh out loud when the two lovable creatures go to the beach where Patchy comes nose to claw with a fiddler crab, or when they take a walk through the woods and meet a not too friendly bear who can not decide whether to help the two lost campers or eat them. In the other stories, children will enjoy reading about how Patchy and Calico accidentally join the circus, take an unplanned boat ride and get caught sneaking into a school classroom. Patchy and Calico’s Summer Vacation has illustrations at the beginning of each chapter that hint at what the new adventure will be about. Other pictures are included at the end of each story along with some questions for the child to answer. Older children can read the stories themselves or it would make a wonderful bedtime story book for younger kids. The five tales will entertain children of all ages with the antics of the title characters and hopefully teach youngsters some valuable lessons about working together and staying out of trouble. Excerpt “Patchy, I think we’re going the wrong way. There are no more footprints and your wonderful nose doesn’t seem to be working. The dog carried on walking and sniffing. Calico Cat started to cry. “We’re lost! I knew it was a mistake to go off by ourselves. Oh no, what was that noise? Was it a bear? I’m scared, Patchy.” “Calico, there are not any bears around here and…” Before Patchwork Dog could say any more, he heard a noise too, followed by a deep growl. A big, black bear stuck his head out from behind the bushes. He looked at the two strangers and growled again. Patchy and Calico were so scared that they could not move. The bear walked closer and closer. The two friends closed their eyes, afraid to see what the bear was going to do next. Sniff… sniff… snort! The bear’s big nose checked out the strange new smells. Patchy felt one of his floppy ears lifted up. The bear’s hot breath tickled the inside of his ear and the little dog giggled. “Hmm, who are you and what are you doing in MY woods,” asked the bear in a very gruff voice. The two friends introduced themselves, and Calico explained what had happened to them, ending with, “Please don’t eat us!” “Um, well, I’m Bobby Bear and this is MY home. I don’t like strangers. You’re lucky, because right now I’m not all that hungry, so I won’t eat you; that is, if you leave RIGHT NOW!”
tags:

Children’s Books > Humor

13. Hensel and Gretel: Ninja Chicks

by: Corey Rosen SchwartzRebecca J. GomezDan Santat
Release date: May 24, 2016
Number of Pages: 40
Find in Library
Read Review
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!

tags:

Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

14. Just Love Him, I Guess

by: Beth WhittenburyJanelle Carbajal
Release date: Dec 28, 2015
Number of Pages: 26
Find in Library
Read Review
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.

tags:

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

15. Timmy Failure: The Book You’re Not Supposed to Have

by: Stephan PastisStephan Pastis
Release date: Sep 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 304
Find in Library
Read Review
Banishment from his life’s calling can’t keep a comically overconfident detective down in the latest episode by New York Times bestseller Stephan Pastis.

This book was never meant to exist. No one needs to know the details. Just know this: there’s a Merry, a Larry, a missing tooth, and a teachers’ strike that is crippling Timmy Failure’s academic future. Worst of all, Timmy is banned from detective work. It’s a conspiracy of buffoons. He recorded everything in his private notebook, but then the manuscript was stolen. If this book gets out, he will be grounded for life. Or maybe longer. And will Timmy’s mom really marry Doorman Dave?

tags:

Children’s Books > Humor

16. Chicken Charlie’s Year: a novel

by: Susan Manzke
Release date: Nov 28, 2014
Number of Pages: 198
Find in Library
Read Review
Ten-year-old Charlie Petkus isn’t surprised to get scratchy wool underwear from Aunt Mutzi for Christmas 1932, but he is surprised that her gift package includes a diary. To his dismay, his Lithuanian-immigrant mother thinks a diary is the perfect present. “You man of family, Casimir,” she says. “You learn to write the English like good American.” Charlie wants more than anything to make Mama proud. But he’s not sure education is the way to manhood, especially since he doesn’t like school. With the Great Depression on, Charlie thinks it would be much manlier to quit the 4th grade and go to work like his friend Ray.
From Christmas 1932 to Christmas 1933, Charlie finds plenty of fun and adventure in his ethnic neighborhood. He discovers that sledding on a car hood results in embarrassment and a very snowy bottom. He finds that a “dead” pheasant that isn’t quite as dead as he thought can make a big mess in a Ford Model B. He learns that if you take a job harvesting onions before school, you get your feet filthy on just the day they make you take your shoes off to be weighed and measured—but you also earn a whole dime for your work. By night, Charlie writes in his diary to make Mama proud. But by day, he watches Ray, who now dresses like a man, smokes like a man, and earns a man’s wage. Charlie wonders why his mama and sisters should live on cabbage soup and the occasional package of broken cookies while “the man of the family” sits in school writing a poem called “Spring is Here.” The decision Charlie makes next will determine the course of his life and his understanding of what it really means to be a man.
tags:

Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > United States > 1900s

17. Walt Disney’s Donald Duck: Terror Of The Beagle Boys

by: Carl Barks
Release date: May 10, 2016
Number of Pages: 232
Find in Library
Read Review

There are sea monsters, millionaires, spies, and more in the latest volume of Carl Barks’s internationally beloved Donald Duck comics.

When Donald and the boys wind up in Old California, the rush is on ? for the gold in them thar hills! Carl Barks delivers another superb collection of outrageous hijinks, preposterous situations, bamboozlement, befuddlement, and all-around cartooning brilliance. Full color illustrations throughout

tags:

Children’s Books

18. The Case of the Swirling Killer Tornado (Hank the Cowdog 25)

by: John R. EricksonGerald L. Holmes
Release date: Sep 01, 1998
Number of Pages: 108
Find in Library
Read Review
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Hank the Cowdog and his sidekick Drover find themselves confronting a huge storm in the middle of the night.
tags:

Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

19. Pink Orchids and Cheeseheads (The Further Confessions of April Grace Book 1)

by: KD McCrite
Release date: Sep 17, 2015
Number of Pages: 276
Find in Library
Read Review
An accident on the road. An unexpected marriage.
A slew of long-term, noisy wedding guests from Wisconsin who prefer sports to romance. A new friend who isn’t what she seems, and another one who is more than April Grace could hope for. The summer of 1987 at the Reilly home is off to a rousing, hilarious start to the further and continuing Confessions of April Grace!
tags:

Children’s Books > Mysteries & Detectives

20. The Girls’ Revenge (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Boy/Girl Battle (PB))

by: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Release date: Oct 01, 1999
Number of Pages: 150
Find in Library
Read Review
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. As Christmas approaches, Caroline Malloy continues the feud between her sisters and the Hatford brothers by making Wally Hatford be her partner for a special project at school.
tags:

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

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

by: Dori Hillestad ButlerAurore Damant
Release date: Aug 11, 2015
Number of Pages: 128
Find in Library
Read Review
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!
tags:

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

22. Lio: Making Friends

by: Mark Tatulli
Release date: May 14, 2013
Number of Pages: 224
Find in Library
Read Review
Creepy, crawly, slimy, and awesome! Welcome to the darkly detailed world of spiky-haired Lio.

A curious young scientist and comic book fan, Lio is the defender of the defenseless and the inventor of a legion of zombie bunnies. Lio is joined in his day-to-day exploits by his exasperated and sleep-deprived father, a pet snake named Frank, a squid named Ishmael, and various imaginary robots and creepy, crawly monsters. Within this humorously macabre framework of sarcasm, parody, and high jinks, sidesplitting laughter abounds—all without so much as a word.

tags:

Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

23. Stage Fright (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Looniverse)

by: David LubarMatt Loveridge
Release date: Jan 28, 2014
Number of Pages: 96
Find in Library
Read Review
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Ed and his friends accidentally sign up for a playwriting contest, a dangerous activity for someone who possesses the Silver Center, and what they write is pretty strange, but when it comes to actually performing the play, Ed’s magic coin lends new meaning to the words “”stage fright.
tags:

Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Performing Arts

24. The Official Elmore Junior High School Yearbook (The Amazing World of Gumball)

by: Jake Black
Release date: May 29, 2014
Number of Pages: 64
Find in Library
Read Review
Perfect for the fan who can’t get enough Gumball!

This hilarious yearbook mimics an actual junior high yearbook featuring information on students, clubs, sports, etc., as well as plenty of handwritten comments by Gumball and friends! It also includes pages for readers to fill in with their own school stories and memories.

tags:

Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > School

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

by: Dori Hillestad ButlerAurore Damant
Release date: Nov 03, 2015
Number of Pages: 128
Find in Library
Read Review
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!
tags:

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

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

by: Dori Hillestad ButlerAurore Damant
Release date: Mar 29, 2016
Number of Pages: 116
Find in Library
Read Review
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.

tags:

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

27. How to Draw With Your Funny Bone

by: Elwood Smith
Release date: Mar 03, 2015
Number of Pages: 40
Find in Library
Read Review
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.
tags:

Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > Cartooning

28. Walt Disney Uncle Scrooge And Donald Duck The Don Rosa Library Vol. 4: “The Last of the Clan McDuck” (The Don Rosa Library)

by: Don Rosa
Release date: Nov 09, 2015
Number of Pages: 192
Find in Library
Read Review

In the fourth volume of Don Rosa’s collected comic book Duck tales, we meet characters like Magica De Spell and learn about Scrooge’s Scottish boyhood, his teen adventures, and much more!

Uncle Scrooge, the world’s richest duck, knows exactly where he got every coin he ever earned. And in this fourth book of Duck epics by Don Rosa, that story begins to unfold at last! Relive Scrooge’s Scottish boyhood as “Last of the Clan McDuck,” then his teenage years as “Master of the Mississippi” on Uncle Pothole’s steamboat! Witness Scrooge’s first fights with the Beagle Boys and Flintheart Glomgold ? and in a bonus “Chapter 0,” his earliest meeting with Magica De Spell! Presented with brilliant color and a treasure trove of Rosa’s cover art and behind-the-scenes factoids, these Duckburg epics are back in a definitive, comprehensive edition for posterity ? at a bargain price worthy of Scrooge himself! Full-color illustrations throughout

tags:

Children’s Books

29. Garbage Pail Kids 2014 Wall Calendar

by: The Topps Company
Release date: Aug 06, 2013
Number of Pages: 24
Find in Library
Read Review

Garbage Pail Kids—a series of collectible stickers produced in the 1980s—combined spectacular artwork and over-the-top satire. The result was an inspired collaboration between avant-garde cartoonists and humorists including Art Spiegelman, Mark Newgarden, John Pound, Tom Bunk, and Jay Lynch. Based on Abrams’ bestselling book, this first-ever 16-month calendar features many of the most popular images from Series 1 through 5 from 1985 and 1986. Includes 4 bonus collectible stickers.

tags:

Children’s Books

30. Let Me See What I Could Be

by: Lucille Femine
Release date: Aug 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 70
Find in Library
Read Review
There’s plenty of children’s books about kitties and bunnies and monsters. They’re all fine and good. Very entertaining – which they should be. I loved doing the research on them; they actually brought back my childhood in spades.

But how about a book that helps a child understand how very creative he truly is? I mean, get to the core.
If you have a child, a grandchild or a favorite little friend, give this one a try.

tags:

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

Best Selling Books for 8 year olds:

Recommended Books for 8 year olds:

Best Selling Humor Books for:

Recommended Humor Books for:

Last updated: Monday, December 5, 2016 6:32 AM

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s