Item description for Lots O'Riddles: Good Clean Fun for Everyone (Joke Books) by Carrie Brown...
Overview Riddles-from silly to thought-provoking-are always popular, and here's a huge new collection of Q&A from Barbour. Lots O' Riddles-Good Clean Fun for Everyone is just what its name says. . .and your customers will love the $2.97 price. This latest title in Barbour's best-selling humor series (including Noah's Favorite Animal Jokes and The World's Greatest Collection of Church Jokes) features more than a thousand riddles, categorized by topic. When your customers come looking for good clean fun, make their day as you make a sale-point them toward Barbour's Lots O' Riddles-Good Clean Fun for Everyone.
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Studio: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 4" Height: 6.5" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date May 31, 2005
Publisher Barbour Publishing Company
Series Joke Books
ISBN 1593106920 ISBN13 9781593106928
Availability 0 units.
More About Carrie Brown
Carrie Brown is the author of The New Christmas Tree and the owner of the acclaimed Jimtown Store in Sonoma County s Alexander Valley.She has celebrated every December for the past 23 years by decorating uncommon Christmas trees for the store, her home, and her clients. Feature articles on Carrie s decorating style and recipes have appeared in Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Food & Wine, Country Home, and Sunset. Her kitchen design and store were featured on Food Network s Ultimate Kitchens and HGTV s Country at Home. She is the co-author of TheJimtown Store Cookbook (HarperCollins, 2002) and frequently works as a stylist for books, print, and other media."
Carrie Brown currently resides in Sweet Briar, in the state of Virginia. Carrie Brown was born in 1959.
Reviews - What do customers think about Lots O'Riddles: Good Clean Fun for Everyone?
Riddled with humor Dec 21, 2007
Reviewed by Dr. Michael Philliber for Reader Views (12/07)
From brain teasers to head-scratching riddles, Carrie Brown has made a good attempt at presenting riddles and jokes which are morally clean and normally simple enough for older children and adults to enjoy. In her book, "Lots O' Riddles: Good Clean Fun for Everyone," Brown has collected riddles that cover many topics and puts them together in light and readable arrangement. There are the funny, "What wears a coat in the winter and pants in the summer?" type of riddles, to the longer brain-teasing puzzles
One of the strengths of the book is the ease of finding jokes. There are 32 sections under which the riddles are assembled. For example, under the title, "Easter and Spring surprises," the reader will find humorous pieces about Easter, bunny rabbits, Valentine's day, and playing on hare/hair. In another section named; "Brainteasers and Mindstumpers," Brown has pulled together various types of humorous conundrums.
One of the main weaknesses of the book has to do with the difficulty of finding an audience that can follow the riddles and brainteasers. I read these to my younger children, only to have their eyes glaze over and ask me, "Daddy, what does that mean?"
In "Lots O' Riddles: Good Clean Fun for Everyone," overall, Brown has drawn together in a concise format a number of riddles and jokes that the family prankster will enjoy reading before the next Christmas party.