The Stupids Have a Ball. Il. by James Marshall xz
Let's invite the relatives over to celebrate our awful report cards!
Hi! Fly Guy. xz IR
Can a fly be a pet? He can if he's as smart as Fly Guy!
Philadelphia Chickens. x 78 B792
Sing along to songs about swing-dancing chickens, jump-roping dinosaurs and faraway chocolate chip cookies.
When Dinosaurs Came With Everything. Il. by David Small. xz
A boy gets a real live dinosaur with a dozen doughnuts - and that's just the beginning of his day.
My Brother, Ant. Il. by Marc Simont. xz IR
Ant's older brother can even get rid of monsters.
Diary of a Worm. Il. by Harry Bliss. xz
A young worm discovers, day by day, that there are some good and not so good things about being a worm in this great big world.
Serious Farm. xz
Won't anything ever make Farmer Fred smile? "Nothing funny about corn."
A day in the life of this little pig will really wear you out! (series)
Bark, George. xz
Discover the amazing answer to why George the puppy meows, quacks, oinks and moos!
Rotten Ralph. Il. by Nicole Rubel. xz
There has never been a meaner, nastier cat than Ralph.
My Little Sister Ate One Hare. Il. by Kevin Hawkes. xz
She eats all kinds of slimy and furry things, but she hates peas!
When Birds Could Talk & Bats Could Sing. Il. by Barry Moser. x 398 H221-4
Eight sly stories from African American folklore, hilariously illustrated.
Chickens to the Rescue. xz
It's a bird, it's a plane - no, it's the ever-helpful superchickens!
The Seals on the Bus. Il. by G. Brian Karas. xz
The seals go "errp," the skunks go "sssss," and the people go "help!"- all around the town.
My Lucky Day. xz
Fox can't wait to have Piglet for dinner, but Piglet has other plans.
Tacky the Penguin. Il. by Lynn Munsinger. xz
Unlike his companions Goodly, Lovely, Angel, Neatly and Perfect, Tacky does splashy cannonballs and sings off-key. (series)
Fox on Stage. xz IR
Fox is up to his usual tricks and schemes! (series)
Martha Speaks. xz
Alphabet soup makes Martha the Dog speak, and now she won't shut up. (series)
Three Stories You Can Read to Your Dog. Il. by True Kelley. xz
Your dog will love these stories!
Amelia Bedelia. Il. by Fritz Siebel. xz IR
She does everything exactly right, and always gets it wrong. (series)
Math Curse. Il. by Lane Smith. x
How many inches are in a pint? How many feet are in my shoes? You too can be a math lunatic.
Duck on a Bike. xz
A duck decides to ride a bike and soon all the farm animals are on wheels.
There's a Zoo in Room 22. Il. by Barney Saltzberg. xz
From Amanda Anaconda to Zorilla (not what you think it is), this classroom has some weird pets!
Stoeke, Janet Morgan.
Minerva Louise xz
This hen's new home seems just perfect - or is it? (series)
What Will Fat Cat Sit On? xz
A pig? A cow? A dog? Farm animals: Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Thomas, Shelley Moore.
Good Night, Good Knight. Il. by Jennifer Plecas. xz IR
The good knight figures out how to get three lonely, pajama-clad young dragons to go to sleep.
Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? Il. by Marla Frazee, etc. xz
Find out the very funny answers to this classic question.
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! xz
Not even if he has a tantrum or promises to be your best friend.
How To Train Your Dragon. x
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is going to be a Hero, even if he has to do it the hard way!
Adults really should be nice to Matilda.
Laugh-eteria. x 811 F635-5
This collection of poetry is full of insults, gross jokes and funny illustrations.
The Cat on the Mat is Flat. Il. by Terry Denton. x
Nine totally terrific tiny tongue-twisting tales to try.
Holm, Jennifer L.
Babymouse has plenty of adventures - and her daydreams are always pink. (series)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid. x
How can Greg ever be a popular 7th-grader if his friends are geeks and his family drives him nuts? (series)
Lives of the Presidents: Fame, Shame, and What the Neighbors Thought. Il. by Kathryn Hewitt. x 920 K94-2
Did you know that Calvin Coolidge liked to walk around with a raccoon around his neck, and rode a mechanical horse for fun?
Lansky, Bruce, editor.
Miles of Smiles. x 811.08 M6435
Funny-but-true kid-tested poems with wacky pictures to match.
Tales of Uncle Remus. x 398 L642-1
How Brer Rabbit became a Scary Monster and other funny African American folktales.
Levine, Gail Carson.
The Princess Tales. xy
In the kingdom of Biddle, the fairy tales have funny endings as well as happy ones.
Gooney Bird Greene. x
The new student in second grade wears funny clothes and tells the best stories ever!
Judy Moody. x
Judy Moody was in a mood. Not a good mood. A bad mood. (series)
Junie B. Jones. x
As Junie B. moves from Kindergarten to first grade, she finds herself in all kinds of funny and unusual situations. (series)
Lawn Boy. x
How does one 12-year-old boy turn a lawnmower into a business empire during his summer vacation?
A Long Way from Chicago. x
Mary Alice and Joey's Grandma sure keeps their summer visits fun, with cherry bombs, illicit picnics, and the sheriff in his underwear.
Scranimals. Il. by Peter Sis. x 811 P924-22
Sail to Scranimal Island to smell the fragrant Rhinocerose, spy on the sly, slippery, yellow Bananaconda, and run from the Broccolions.
Something Big Has Been Here. Il. by James Stevenson. x 811 P924-13
Fred wears underwear on his head, Denson Dumm plants lightbulbs in his hair.
Wayside School Gets a Little Stranger. x
The kids in the 30th floor classroom will do anything to get rid of their horrible substitute teacher. (series)
The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales. x
"The Princess and the Bowling Ball," "The Really Ugly Duckling," and other almost familiar stories.
John, Paul, George, and Ben. xz
Read about the bell-ringing boy and the boy who wrote his name really big.
101 Ways to Bug Your Parents. x
Try #19: Don't Flush - or #69: Say "Huh?" a lot.