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New Humor Books
Reading Level: Grades 4 - 8
Everyone knows that goldfish have a 3 second memory, Vikings wore horned helmets, and sugar makes kids hyperactive. Well, everyone is wrong. You will find out the truth about these myths and many, many more in this amusing collection of "facts" which have been busted by scientific studies.
Moomoo Moomoo: Moo Moo - Moo
Moo moo moo moo moomoo moo moo moo moo moomoomoomoo moo moo moomoo moomoo moo moo moo.
Reading Level: Ages 2 - 6
When cow sees the farmer has left his car unattended he can't resist taking a joy ride.
Reading Level: Grades 3 - 7
Stick Dog is at it again! This time Stick Dog and friends are determined to help themselves to the hot dogs in the frankfurther cart, but they have competition from a gang of hungry racoons. The friends devise various ridiculous schemes to steal the hot dogs that test practical Stick dog's patience. Then there's an added problem when Karen, the dachshund, gets trapped in a human's house. Once again, readers will love the the many funny "bad" drawings of Tom Watson.
Reading Level: PreK - Grade 3
Josh Schneider hits the mark again as he reinvents the classic monster under the bed tale. Arnold is your average boy. He trashes an imaginery Fifth Avenue and bites off the heads of animal crackers. But Arnold doesn't want to go to bed for fear of bedtime monsters. Sure enough, they appear one by one. Some very silly monsters jump into bed with Arnold since it turns out that they are afraid other monsters. Readers will laugh aloud at the imaginative illustrations and love the surprise ending!
Reading Level: Grades 5 - 8
...until Morgan Sturtz kicks my butt
Sam Lewis and Morgan Sturtz were best friends all through elementary school, but by seventh grade Sam is the brainy, nerdy, small kid while Morgan is is the popular football player who struggles in school. Readers know something has happened to warrant the promised "butt kicking," but don't find out until later in the book. Hask-Lowy takes readers through a boring social studies class, a classic food fight, a fire drill and the cover "butt kicking." Sam is a smart, likeable narrator. "If you know someone was going to kick you someplace, would you not hope for that place to be your butt?"
There are so many books about the changing friendships among girls. Here's one about boys that girls will enjoy, too.