Zakir Hossain – Joke with God

Timeless religious/spiritual jokes are wisely and humorously recollected and revised. In other words, the book has taken the mickey out of all religions, LOL. They say if you listen to this book, you will go to hell. But, hey, where would you get fun as much as in hell – all the great dancers, movie stars, painters, singers, poets, musicians, comedians are there; so, the music is there, dance is there, drama is there, painting is there, and, most important of all, fresh laughter is there. Would you still think twice before listening to this book? So, for Gods sake, lets hear it and laugh all the way to goddamn hell that is burning with laughter, LOL.
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Richard Linville – Unicorn Jokes for Kids and How to Tell Them

If you love Unicorns, you’ll love this audiobook. Jokes are an important part of growing up. A day without laughing and learning is a day wasted. You do not have to understand every joke. You will get it as you grow older. If you dont get a joke, you can do several things: Ask someone else to explain the joke, think about the joke and try to figure it out yourself, forget about the joke until you are older, or pretend like you get the joke and laugh. To remember any joke, you tell 10 or more different people the same joke and then its yours and you will remember it!
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Uncle Amon – Thanksgiving Jokes: Funny Thanksgiving Jokes and Riddles for Kids

Uncle Amon has created another instant classic for kids! This hilarious Thanksgiving joke book is filled with lots of funny jokes and riddles about anything and everything to do with turkey day. Your youngster will be all smiles when telling these silly jokes to friends and family. Your child will love this awesome holiday joke book. Kid tested. Parent approved.
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Steven Thomas Oney – The Mermaid on Halloween Bridge

For years an anonymous Cape Cod mural painter has been adorning the underpass to the Barnstable Village railroad bridge with images of scantily clad nudes in Classical poses. An activity which, although many in the Village enjoy them and approve, is also illegal and a source of irritationparticularly to nearby neighbor, Otis Narwhal, who feels the paintings go too far. With night-vision binoculars he sits on his porch at night, hoping to spy the Phantom Artist at work and report her to the local police.
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L. Frank Baum, Jerry Robbins – The Marvelous Land of Oz

Tip, a young Gillikin boy, runs away from his cruel guardian, the wicked witch Mombi. He meets up with the Scarecrow, now ruler of the Emerald City; the Tin Woodman; many new friends; and an army of girls who want to overthrow the Scarecrow. Before it’s over, Tip finds out that he is part of a dark secret from Oz’s past.
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Kwame Kewi-Armah – God’s President: Mugabe of Zimbabwe (BBC Radio 4: Friday Play)

In 2010, the 30th anniversary year of the Independence of Zimbabwe, BBC Radio 4 commissioned two Friday Plays from leading writers. The first play, God’s President: Mugabe of Zimbabwe by Kwame Kwei-Armah, tells the story of the tense negotiations around the Lancaster House Conference, and the road to Zimbabwe’s Independence.
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