Every Wednesday, my daughter and I have a wonderful routine of going to the library together. We will spend an hour or sometimes two exploring the books and looking for new favorites.
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My daughter loves all kinds of books, but her favorites are always the ones that make her laugh. My silly girl loves a good chuckle and I love hearing her laugh.
When we find a silly one, the two of us love to get animated and add as much extra fun to an already silly book as we can. We have come across a lot of funny ones, but here are some of our favorite laugh inducing books.
The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak
B.J Novak aka Ryan from TV’s The Office wrote this hysterical book, which just like its name says, has no pictures. The lack of pictures will not stop your children from belly laughing all the way through this one.
Frog on a Log by Kes Gray
This funny rhyming tale is about a frog that is told his only option for seating is to sit on a log. Find out why.
Rhyming Dust Bunnies by Jan Thomas
These dust bunnies have a great gift for rhyme. Now if only they can avoid the broom and vacuum.
Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast by Josh Funk
This adorably silly story follows Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast’s race through the refrigerator to grab the last bit of syrup. Who will get the last bit of syrup?
Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish
This was one of my favorites as a child and now it’s one of my daughters. Join Amelia through a series of hilarious misunderstandings.
Fraidyzoo by Thyra Heder
This book is cute and it is funny. Little T is afraid of the zoo, but cannot remember why. Her family comes up with an inventive and sweet way to get to the bottom of her unknown fear.
The Pigeon Needs A Bath by Mo Willems
Any of the Pigeon books will do. They are all hilarious, but if you have a child that does not like to take a bath, this is the perfect book for them.
Pete’s a Pizza by William Steig
What do you do when your kids are bored? Pete’s family turns him into a pizza.
Froodle by Antoinette Portis
You can’t help but giggle at this story of a bird that no longer wants to chirp. Read all of the silly alternatives to chirping that this darling birdie comes up with.
Little Pea by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Little Pea has a little problem. His parents want him to eat candy all the time, but this stubborn little pea hates the taste of candy. If only…
I Love You Stinky Face by Lisa McMourt
There is so much love and so many giggles in this heartfelt book about a mother and her son.
Polar Bear’s Underwear by Tupera Tupera
Just the fact that this book is about a polar bear trying to find underwear is enough to make your kids chuckle.
Mother Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins
Grumpy ol’ Bruce gets a little surprise while preparing his eggs for breakfast and they hatch. He becomes an unlikely parent to some goslings. This is a very funny book for both the kids and grownups.
Click Clack Moo by Doreen Cronin
Any story about a cow that can type is sure to delight your child.
Let’s Do Nothing by Tony Fucile
What do you do when you and your friend have done everything already? You just do nothing. This is a humorous story of two friends that attempt to do nothing for 10 seconds.
Parts by Ted Arnold
The illustrations alone are enough to get a good laugh out of your kids. This hilarious book explores the changes that occur as children get older and start to lose their teeth, shed skin and other unusual things that they may not be quite prepared for.
It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny by Marilyn Sadler
P.J. Funny Bunny is not content being a bunny, so he tries his hand at being a variety of different animals and learns something about himself along the way.
Exclamation Mark by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
The exclamation mark strives to fit in with the rest of the punctuation marks, but discovers he has his own unique voice. This is a fun and adorable read.
Diary of a Fly and Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin
This series of books might actually crack you up just as much as it does your kids.
The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt
This is a forever favorite in our home. This cute, clever and funny book tells the story of a box of tired crayons that all have their own individual gripes to their owner.
We have by no means read every kid’s book out there, so please forgive us if we are missing some of your favorites. We would love to hear what your favorites are. Please feel free to share your favorite funny books with us.
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