Free Family Reading: The Worst Jokes I Know on Kindle Unlimited

The Worst Jokes I Know

Looking for some light reading to enjoy together as a family while staying at home? The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!): 101 Funny Bone Ticklers For Jokesters of All Ages by B. Patrick Lincoln is currently available for free on Kindle Unlimited!

The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!)

This collection of clean jokes includes new takes on old classics, as well as some original humor. Corny puns and wordplay are sure to delight and entertain the whole family, while quirky illustrations add to the fun.

Besides brightening the day, sharing humor offers educational value! From the book:

Reading and sharing jokes helps children:

Develop a sense of humor.

Develop their logic skills.

Expand their vocabulary.

Look at things from various perspectives.

Understand subtlety.

Lighten up and not take things too seriously.

What a great way to spend some quality family time!

As a side note, if you don’t already have a subscription to Kindle Unlimited, we strongly recommend it as a way to make the most of your time at home. You can enjoy as many books from the program as you want during your subscription, and the digital format ensures you can start reading right away (no waiting for paperbacks to ship).

Don’t have a Kindle? No problem! Amazon has a Kindle app that allows you to read books on any device.

The Worst Jokes I Know will be available on Kindle Unlimited until June 19. Free sample pages are available for download.


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Motivated by her experience growing up on a small farm near Wichita, Kansas, Michelle Lindsey started Homestead on the Range to supply Kansas country living enthusiasts with the innovative resources that they need to succeed and has now been keeping families informed and inspired for over five years. Michelle is the author of two country living books. She is also a serious student of history, specializing in Kansas, agriculture, and the American West. When not pursuing hobbies ranging from music to cooking to birdwatching, she can usually be found researching, writing, or living out the country dream.