It’s Snot Fair! A joke book for your (inner) fifth grader. (Click to win one!)

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We found out that kids are checking out my books electronically at school through this really cool subscription program called Epic. I’ve been hopelessly out of touch because I’m still in the “I like paper books” camp. You know what this means? Parents don’t buy my books. Kids do.

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Because of this new found fact, I decided to write the most kiddish joke book I could. In fact, it’s all about farts and boogers and slime and guts.

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Your fifth grader will love it. And your sixth grader and your three-year-old and your husband too.

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It was a blast to illustrate. I constantly had to ask myself questions like: Do I really want to go there? How can I illustrate frog guts without it being completely disgusting or maybe it should be completely disgusting? What’s the best graphical way to illustrate a toilet? Seriously.

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I think this is my favorite spread. I pull this one out at parties.

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I put a really nice note at the back asking kids not to read it too many times because we all know what it’s like to sit in the car and be read jokes  aloud to over and over and over and over. In fact, just don’t leave this book in the car. That’s a bad idea.

But here’s the deal. I need some reviews. If you’ve already purchased this book (Thank you! You are awesome!) please go to wherever you bought it from (amazon) or (barnes and noble) and leave a review. Preferably a good one but I like honesty too so let it rip.

If you haven’t bought one you can leave a joke in the comments and I will pick one random commenter (or maybe not so random because your joke is so funny) to mail a paper copy to! If you don’t want to take your chances on winning a free book but you really really need this book for your kids or whomever for Christmas, please rush out and buy it! It helps me pays my bills and I am eternally grateful!

8 Comments It’s Snot Fair! A joke book for your (inner) fifth grader. (Click to win one!)

  1. Sally Hackney

    It’s way too early to even think of a joke… but I would love a copy of your joke book. Heck, I’ll probably buy it anyway!

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  2. Linda Stewart

    What do you call a cow with two legs?

    Lean meat!

    What do you call a cow with no legs?

    Ground Beef

    What do you call a pig that knows karate?

    A Pork Chop

    What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?

    Frostbite

    I have three little boys so I’m well entertained with kid jokes!

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  3. Milissa

    My 4 year old twin daughters just started getting into knock knock jokes, but do not fully understand the concept.
    Example:
    Knock, knock
    Who’s there?
    Banana.
    Banana who?
    Dishwasher.

    Makes no sense at all…but I laugh like it is the funniest thing I have ever heard to make them happy!!

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  4. Kristen

    I’m terrible at remembering jokes, so I search for one: Why can’t you hear a pterodactyl when it goes to the toilet? Because the P is silent.

    Made me giggle. :)

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  5. Dee

    Knock-knock
    Who’s there?
    Banana
    Banana who?
    Knock-knock
    Who’s there?
    Banana
    Banana who?
    Knock-knock
    Who’s there?
    Banana
    Banana who?
    Knock-knock
    Who’s there?
    Banana
    Banana who?
    Knock-knock
    Who’s there?
    Orange
    Orange who?
    Orange you glad I didn’t say banana again? :-)

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