600 Jokes About Things with Wings
By Natasha Wing (Author)
“Why did the duck get in trouble in school?
Because he used fowl language.”
From “Nester Jesters” to “Looney Larks,” these 600 jokes about all things with wings will entertain kids for hours!
How many cans do you need to make a bird? TOUCANS! Get ready to giggle with this comic collection of “Seabird Sillies,” “Pigeon Puns,” “Tropical Ticklers,” and “Jokes to Crow About.” From “Cheep Chuckles” to “Bird Brains,” every one of these illustrated funnies concerns creatures with wings—even fairies! Why did the eagle wear a wig? It was BALD!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Natasha Wing is the author of many books for young readers, including Sterling’s Bagel in Love and An Eye for Color: The Story of Josef Albers (Holt), which was an ALA Notable, Junior Library Guild selection, winner of a California Reading Association’s Eureka! Honor Book Award, and a 2012 Grand Canyon Reader nominee. She is best known for her bestselling paperback series including The Night Before Kindergarten, which has sold more than 1.5 million copies (Grosset & Dunlap). Natasha lives in Fort Collins, CO. Learn more about her at natashawing.com.