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The Best Humorous Children Books - December 2022

Based on the analysis of 40,433 reviews.

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Best Value
Hiccupotamus Aaron Zenz product image

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Top Choice
Lucas The Farting Leprechaun A Funny Kid s Picture Book About A Leprechaun Who Farts And Goes product image

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Big Fat Zombie Goldfish Boxed product image

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The Witches Graphic Novel product image

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Are You There God It s Me Margaret Richard Jackson Book product image

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The Worst Luck Book in the Whole Entire World A funny and silly children s book for kids and product image

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Best Seller
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Bruce Lansky

Bruce Lansky is the #1 writer of baby-name publications in North America. His name novels include: 100,000+ Baby Names, 60,000+ Baby Names, The Best Baby Name Book in the Whole Wide World, The Very Best Baby Name Book, and 25,000+ Baby Names.

He's also one of North America’s most well-known writers and editors of both children’s poetry and children’s fiction. His twenty children’s poetry novels (including Kids Pick the Funniest Poems and Mary Had a Little Jam) have sold more than 3.5 million copies. His three children’s fiction show for example Girls to the Rescue™, Newfangled Fairy Tales™ and Would You Solve the Mystery? ™'ve sold more than 1.4 million copies. He's recently launched two new series of picture books for young children: Picture Clients (for children ages 3 to 6) and Early Tales (for viewers).

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Jory John

Jory John is a New York Times bestselling writer of books for adults and children. He is a two-time E.B. White Read-Aloud Honor Recipient.

Jory's work involves the New York Times bestselling book "The Terrible Two," the award-winning film book "Goodnight Already!" As well as the national bestseller "All of my friends are dead" and a sequel, "All my friends remain dead," which obtained the 2013 ALA Reluctant Young Readers Award. Jory's forthcoming picture books include "Quit Calling Me a Monster!" (illustrated by Bob Shea) and also "Penguin Problems" (illustrated by Lane Smith).

In addition to the publications listed under, Jory has written for the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Believer, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and BuzzFeed, among a Number of Other publications.

For at least six decades, Jory functioned as the programs director at 826 Valencia, a nonprofit writing and educational center in San Francisco's Mission District, based on Dave Eggers.

Locate Jory in www.joryjohn.com.

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