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Little Book Big Laughs Riddle Book

UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation - http://www.uhccf.org/

$16.95     Buy Now

Age range   3 years thru 8 years      

Toy Type   BO   ES  

What did one strawberry say to the other? "If you weren't so sweet, we wouldn't be in this jam!" If you think that's funny, consider this: What has a spine, but no bones AND will make you laugh? It's the "Little Book - Big Laughs" Riddle Book! This hilarious collection will entertain you with more than 500 fun riddles. It's guaranteed to put a smile on your face! Best of all, proceeds support medical grants for the UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation (UHCCF). Good laughs for a great cause! The second in the series of joke books, this fun-filled book is loaded with clever riddles submitted by kids from across the country. You'll laugh on every page, and smile knowing that your purchase helps a great cause. This collection of riddles came from children across the country looking to help other children in need. The humor will strike a chord for everyone - whether you're a child or a kid at heart. UHCCF, above all else, delivers happiness to children and families who need it most. Since 1999, the Foundation has awarded thousands of medical grants, totaling tens of millions of dollars. The sale of this book helps make those grants possible. Little Book - Big Laughs Riddle Book was compiled by Meg Cadts, author of the award-winning storybook Oliver & Hope'sTM Amusing Adventure. Order yours today and feel good about supporting UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization). Or make an even bigger difference by ordering several copies to give as gifts. Because everyone enjoys receiving the gift of laughter!




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