RIDDLES, RIDDLES, RIDDLES by Joseph- Ed. Leeming

RIDDLES, RIDDLES, RIDDLES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This anthology contains practically every (clean) joke you can think of right now and every one you've forgotten AND all the ones you never learned in the first place. The riddles are divided into some sixty categories that classify them by common traits. There are shaggy dog stories, cat tales (not so shaggy), ""Riddles With Dumb Endings"", ""Horse Laughs"", even ""Enigmas"" and so on ad riddliam. Family fun and a treasure house for early 'teens becoming aware of their own sense of humor.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1953
Publisher: Franklin Watts