Some of these riddles are venerable (""What did Adam do when he wanted sugar? C); some are clever; some are silly, but most...

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FUNNY RIDDLES AND RHYMES

Some of these riddles are venerable (""What did Adam do when he wanted sugar? C); some are clever; some are silly, but most are sure to cause chuckles. Scattered throughout this delightful melange of word play are limericks and rhyme that will tickle the silly bone of the whole family. Surprise verses, nonsense and such wonderful word nightmares as ""What's the minister's fee be before Phoebe be Phoebe BeeBee"", together with the sprightly illustrations by Frank Furio make this a delightful collection.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950