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National Humor Month

The Children’s Book Council team is always reading and we’re always up for sharing the interesting books some of us love to dive into. Since April is Humor Month, we are celebrating by sharing our favorite books that make us laugh. Join us in celebrating this funny month and let us know on social media what you’re reading this April!

Sommer Wissner

The Book with No Pictures, by B.J. Novak (Penguin Young Readers / Rocky Pond Books)

Dragons at Crumbling Castle And Other Tales, by Terry Pratchett; illus. Mark Beech (HarperCollins / Clarion Books)

Paulina Ramirez

The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs, by Jon Scieszka; illus. Lane Smith (Penguin Young Readers / Puffin Books)

John McCormack

Garlic & the Vampire, written and illustrated by Bree Paulsen (HarperCollins / Quill Tree Books)

Giant Days Series, by John Allison; illus. Lissa Treiman and Max Sarin (BOOM! Studios)

Laura Peraza

Percy Jackson & The Olympians series, by Rick Riordan (Disney Publishing Worldwide / Rick Riordan Presents)

Creepy Carrots!, by Aaron Reynolds; illus. Peter Brown (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers)

Jena Groshek

The Wonky Donkey, by Craig Smith; illus. Ms. Katz Cowley (Scholastic Paperbacks)

Shaina Birkhead

The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors, by Drew Daywalt; illus. Adam Rex (HarperCollins / Balzer + Bray)

One Word from Sophia, by Jim Averbeck; illus. Yasmeen Ismail (Simon & Schuster / Atheneum Books for Young Readers)

Carl Lennertz

The Real Dada Mother Goose: A Treasury of Complete Nonsense, by Jon Scieszka; illus. Julia Rothman (Candlewick Press)

Happy National Humor Month!

List compiled by the CBC staff. Check out the CBC Holiday Series on our blog.

Check out April is National Poetry Month, where the CBC Staff shared our favorite poems and poetry books.

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