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Funny Picture Books (Kids)

These are books that are great read-alouds that make kids and adults laugh out loud!

Don't let the pigeon drive the bus! by Mo Willems

When the bus driver decides to take a break from driving, a wild and wacky pigeon pleads and begs to take his place, capturing the antics of a preschooler's temper tantrum.

Bark, George by Jules Feiffer

George the puppy's mother is in for a big surprise when she takes him to the veterinarian to find out why he does not bark

I want my hat back by Jon Klassen

A bear almost gives up his search for his missing hat until he remembers something important.

There's a bear on my chair by Ross Collins

Poor Mouse! A bear has settled in his favorite chair and that chair just isn't big enough for two. Mouse tries all kinds of tactics to move the pesky Bear but nothing works and poor Mouse gives up. Once Mouse has gone, Bear gets up and walks home. But what's that? Is that a Mouse in Bear's house?!

Knuffle bunny : a cautionary tale by Mo Willems

After a day with Daddy at the laundromat, Trixie quickly notices that her cherished Knuffle Bunny is missing and turns to her father to help her get him back

Pete the cat and his four groovy buttons by Eric Litwin

Pete the cat loves the buttons on his shirt so much that he makes up a song about them, and even as the buttons pop off, one by one, he still finds a reason to sing

The Pigeon finds a hot dog! by Mo Willems

Pigeon learns about sharing when a curious duckling keeps asking questions about the hot dog Pigeon has found

Dragons love tacos by Adam Rubin

Explores the love dragons have for tacos, and the dangers of feeding them them anything with spicy salsa

That is not a good idea! by Mo Willems

A surprising lesson about the importance of listening to one's inner gosling ensues when a very hungry fox issues a dinner invitation to a very plump goose.

Fortunately by Remy Charlip

Good and bad luck accompany Ned from New York to Florida on his way to a surprise party.

Children make terrible pets by Peter Brown

When Lucy, a young bear, discovers a boy lost in the woods, she asks her mother if she can have him as a pet, only to find him impossible to train.

Unicorn thinks he's pretty great by Bob Shea

Envy turns to admiration and finally to friendship for Goat and Unicorn.

Creepy carrots! by Aaron Reynolds

The carrots that grow in Crackenhopper Field are the fattest and crispiest around and Jasper Rabbit cannot resist pulling some to eat each time he passes by, until he begins hearing and seeing creepy carrots wherever he goes

We don't eat our classmates! by Ryan T Higgins

When the class pet bites the finger of Penelope, a tyrannosaurus rex, she finally understands why she should not eat her classmates, no matter how tasty they are.

Creepy pair of underwear! by Aaron Reynolds

"A young rabbit is frightened by his underwear"--

Attack of the Underwear Dragon by Scott Rothman

When a dragon wearing very large underwear threatens the kingdom the Knights of the Round Table run away, leaving Sir Percival's young assistant, Cole, to face the beast.

Interrupting chicken by David Ezra Stein

Little Red Chicken wants Papa to read her a bedtime story, but interrupts him almost as soon as he begins each tale.

I don't want to be a frog by Dev Petty

A frog who yearns to be any animal that is cute and warm discovers that being wet, slimy, and full of bugs has its advantages.

The good egg by Jory John

When the other eggs in his carton behave badly, the good egg feels like he needs to be perfect.

The couch potato by Jory John

"The Couch Potato has everything he needs within reach of his sunken couch cushion. But when the electricity goes out, Couch Potato is forced to peel himself away from the comforts of his living room and venture outside. When he does, he realizes fresh air and sunshine could be just the things he needs."--Provided by publisher

Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Two unseen characters argue about whether the creature they are looking at is a rabbit or a duck.
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