Funny Books to Help Fight Boredom

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“I’m booooored!”

Does that sound familiar? Are you looking for enriching ways to keep your kids entertained?  We have just the solution for you.

These funny books are critic and kid-approved and will keep your child smiling through the “boring” moments in life.

Relatable for kids of all ages who have ever been “bored.” ✔

Written by comedian Michael Ian Black. ✔

Uses tongue-in-cheek humor to get kids thinking and laughing at the same time. ✔

Includes an unimpressed potato which will have you chuckling right along with your

child. ✔

Cute and funny illustrations to draw in young readers. ✔

Includes references to popular tales such as Hansel and Gretel. ✔

A Caldecott Honor Book. ✔

Papa Chicken’s plight will seem familiar if you’ve ever been interrupted during

storytime. ✔

Junie B. Jones And Her Big Fat Mouth

Hailed as the funniest of the beloved Junie B. Jones books. ✔

Enjoyable for adults and kids. ✔

Part of a widely acclaimed series that will keep your kids laughing and reading for a long

time. ✔

Great for reading aloud. ✔

A hilarious cover and title that will draw kids right in. ✔

Great for reluctant readers. ✔

Short stories for kids who only want to read a little at a time. ✔

Part of a seriously silly, seriously funny series. ✔

A brand new release from the author of the beloved Diary of a Wimpy Kid  series. ✔

Draws in kids with all levels of interest in reading. ✔

Rounds out the perspective of the series with the thoughts of a supporting character. ✔

Relatable for the kid who wants their chance in the spotlight. ✔

Presents a unique cultural perspective. ✔

Relatable for readers from all different backgrounds. ✔

Well written with a voice that will have your reader wanting to devour it again and

again. ✔

Kids will learn lessons about accepting others while laughing their socks off. ✔

Presents the humorous side of commonplace life events, such as being held late after

class. ✔

Set in 1967-68 with references to real historical events. ✔

A Newbery Honor award-winning novel. ✔

The perfect balance of funny and serious. ✔

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