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Keep your kids laughing and entertaining their friends with this book of funny and family-friendly riddles. Help them entertain their friends at school, make those long car trips more fun, and get a giggle for yourself along the way! These clever and silly riddles will entertain the entire family. And for those budding comedians in the house, several types of riddles to try out and find your own style. 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 or riddle 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!
Q: On Thursday, a man went for a horseback trip on Friday and returned two days later on Saturday. How is that possible?
A: The horse's name was Friday.
Q: On which side do chickens have the most feathers?
A: On the outside.
Q: What insect needs to eat the least?
A: The moth - it only eats holes.
Q: What's got feathers but no wings?
A: Your pillow.
Q: What spends all the time on the floor but never gets dirty?
A: Your shadow.
Q: What is the longest word in the English language?
A: Smiles. There's a whole mile between the two Ss.
Q: In what glasses shouldn't you pour apple juice?
A: The already full ones.
Q: When does a man really like being alone?
A: When he becomes an heir.
©2017 Christopher C Harris (P)2017 Christopher C Harris
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