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How do you know God is a baseball fan?
Find out-look inside! The answer is even sillier than the question, and you'll find lots more kooky bible riddles besides. Hold onto your socks so you don't laugh them off!
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
The book targets 6 to 9-year-olds, but, let's face it, most youngsters don't understand puns and word plays, so this book will bring groans and mild chuckles to adult readers, but kids will need someone to explain most of the jokes to them. Nevertheless, some of the riddles are so absolutely terrible they force you to laugh. My favorite is, "Who was the first Irishman mentioned in the Bible? Answer: Nick O'Demus."
The book features outlandish cartoons by Jared Lee that are every bit as silly and ridiculous as the riddles they depict, but, in many ways, they will be more entertaining to young readers than the riddles themselves. As children age and get to know more about the Bible, as well as more about humor and comedy, they will gain more laughs from this book. Dr. Dennis E. Hensley, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com