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Why was the dog sweating so much?
Sent by Faviola, age 10, and Carlos, age 5, Puerto Rico

 

What do you call a great dog detective?
Sent by by Jemma, age 10, Johannesburg, South Africa

 

What is more amazing than a talking dog?
Sent by Lee, age 10, Texas USA

 

 

Where should you never take a dog?
Sent by Joseph, age 8, Vermont USA
 

 

What do you get if you cross a beagle with bread dough?
Sent by Julie, age 6, New York USA  

 

What do you say to your friend when they go away?
Sent by Katie, age 7, West Sussex, England
 

 

What is a Dalmatian's favorite radio station?
Sent by Austin, age 8, Alabama USA
 

 

What does a dog call his father?
Sent by Lyndsey, age 10, Ohio USA
 

 

Why did the dog wear a watch?
Sent by Amber, Age 12, Kansas USA  

What kind of dog likes baths?
Sent by Neal, age 8, Mcpherson, Kansas USA

 

What type of art does a dog like to practice on glass?
Sent by Pavithra, Age 12, India
 

 

What activity do you call it when a dog does a TV commercial?
Sent by Sandra, age 12, USA  

 

What did the dog's tail say to the dog?
Sent by Krystle, age 10, Oklahoma USA
 

 

What do you get when you cross a dog and a phone?
Sent by Tyler, age 8, New York USA
 

 

Why did the Dalmatian go to the eye doctor?
Sent by Ben, age 9, Michigan USA
 

 

What did the dog say to the man who pulled his car over in the middle of the road?
Sent by Shea, age 10, British Columbia, Canada
 

 

How does a dog stop a VCR ?
Sent by Abigail, age 7, Connecticut USA  

 

 Holli: Why did the cat cross the road??
Jordan: Because a dog was chasing it!!

Jordan: Why did the dog cross the road?
Holli: Because the dog was chasing the cat!!!!
Jordan, age 10, Texas USA

Here are some fun riddle books. Ask your parents to check them out!

Give a Dog a Bone

Give a Dog a Bone: Stories, Poems, Jokes, and Riddles about Dogs, By Joanna Cole, Stephanie Calmenson, Scholastic; Reprint edition (August 1, 1999)
Popular children's book authors Joanna Cole and Stephanie Calmenson bring together dog poems by Rudyard Kipling, Myra Cohn Livingston and others; a rebus story; canine facts and photos; jokes, riddles and stories.
Ages 7-10

Knock Knock

The World's Greatest Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids!, by Bob Phillips
Ages 9-12


1000 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids, by Michael Kilgarriff
Kids can never get enough knock-knock jokes. For the insatiable riddler, here are 1,000 jokes that will satisfy the need to tease. Here are knock-knocks about names, songs, insults, sayings, puns, and many, many more, in this laugh-out-loud anthology of knock-knock jokes kids will love. Ages 9-12

500 Jokes

500 Hillarious Jokes for Kids, by Jeff Rovin
An Amazon.com reader writes: Kids from 8 to 12 love jokes and this joke book is for them. Easy to read, predictably corny, these jokes will keep them reading and improve their memory skills.
If you have a long car trip ahead or, better yet, your grandchildren do, get them this joke book. It will keep the kids entertained and the driver thankful for those long car naps when he/she doesn't have to "knock-knock".

blues riddle game

Blue's Riddle Game, by Alice Wilder and David Cutting
Are you ready to play a new game? Blue and each of her friends have rhyming riddles to tell. Guess the answers, and then check if you're right by turning the answer wheel so that Steve points to the riddle teller. Can you guess them all? Ages 4-8

Riddles

Riddles and More Riddles (Beginner Books), By Bennett Cerf
A collection of riddles, such as "When is a cook bad? When she beats an egg." and "What kind of coat should be put on when it is wet? A coat of paint." Inside Flap Copy: "Why do birds fly south?" "Because it is too far to walk." Riddles and More Riddles! contains funny, laugh-out-loud riddles that kids will love to read and retell over and over again! Ages 4-8

Clifford
  Clifford's Peek-and-Seek Animal Riddles (Clifford the Big Red Dog (Board)), by Norman Bridwell
Young Clifford fans are invited to solve animal riddles by peeking through die-cut holes that are placed in scenes depicting Clifford, the small red puppy, playing in the park with his animal friends. Ages Baby-Preschool

 

 

 

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