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Reviewed by Lois Henderson for Readers' Favorite
Fifth in a series of books about the Punny Peeps, Punny Jokes to Tell Your Peeps! by Lisa Ayotte contains 32 puns that are each illustrated by a full-color photograph reflecting the meaning of the pun in relation to these funny little creatures, all set within an appropriate context. For instance, an animal-related pun goes: “Peep 1: What kind of burger is a fly’s favorite? Peep 2: A humburger!” Above the pun is a photo of the two peeps sitting down to eat a meal in a restaurant together with a fly (with all three creatures being approximately the same size). On the wall above hangs a colorful sign showing “Today’s Menu: Burgers and Flies.” The humor is clear and the entire picture and pun comprise a pleasing whole. Times this by 32 and you have a winner!
Lisa Ayotte’s intentions are so patently clear, as far as making learning fun, that Punny Jokes to Tell Your Peeps! (Book 5) is a delight for both educators and learners. An ideal text for an early learning classroom, the whole collection of Punny Peeps books could readily form part of a class’s resource material collection. The pages are so refreshing and stimulating, with their combination of text and picture that, enlarged, they could form useful posters for the walls. The detail in each photo (for example, a potted tree on a side table is included in the joke described above, so as to make the shot more visually pleasing) makes you realize the great care with which Ayotte assembles her books. A thoroughly entertaining collection of “punny jokes,” and one not to be missed!