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by Susan Slattery Burke,John Jansen
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Susan Slattery Burke,John Jansen
  • ISBN:
    0822523450
  • ISBN13:
    978-0822523451
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  • Publisher:
    Lerner Pub Group (March 1, 1995)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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This book includes a collection of riddles and puns about school. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Class Act: Riddles for School. by. John Jansen, Susan Slattery Burke (Illustrator). This book includes a collection of riddles and puns about school.

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About Susan Slattery Burke (Illustrator) : Susan Slattery Burke is a published author and an illustrator of children's books.

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Riddle: You live in a one storey house made entirely of redwood. What color would the stairs be? Answer: Answer: What stairs? You live in a one storey house.

Here are many rhyming riddles for kids that have a school theme - great for using . What is this thing that you use at school? In English it has horizontal lines In Art it will usually be plain And for graphs in Math it will have gridlines.

Here are many rhyming riddles for kids that have a school theme - great for using for games and other activities with your children. What Am I? I can cut but I’m not a knife I sometimes have paint put on me but I’m not a wall I come from trees but I’m not a fruit I’m a sheet but I don’t get put on a bed I get put in a printer but I’m not ink.

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These are remarkable books-books that made history, books that challenge societal perceptions of the world, and books that are quite simply interesting and moving. It also opens with a shameless series of very witty dirty jokes, and such humor is scattered throughout the rest of the show. Then there’s the thematic material, which includes obedience, fate, and rash decisions, among others.

Personal Name: Jansen, John, 1956-. Publication, Distribution, et. Minneapolis 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ;, 16 x 20 cm. Title: You must be joking. Personal Name: Burke, Susan Slattery, ill. Rubrics: Riddles, Juvenile Schools Juvenile humor Riddles Jokes Wit and humor. Minneapolis You must be joking. Download now Class act : riddles for school by John Jansen ; pictures by Susan Slattery Burke. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

This sub-category page contains all pages and sub-categories related to the "High School Story: Class .

This sub-category page contains all pages and sub-categories related to the "High School Story: Class Act" series. The series' status is: ON ITS 3RD BOOK. Plot: The series focuses on a teenage boy/girl who has recently transferred to Oliver M. Berry High School and focuses on making friends, having laughs, and figuring out where they fit in High School. Books you might be looking for in this sub-category: High School Story: Class Act, Book 1. High School Story: Class Act, Book 2. High School Story: Class Act, Book 3. Walkthroughs. Walkthroughs you might be looking for in this sub-category: High School Story: Class Act, Book 1 Choices.

Riddle № 3. Murder at school. On the first day of the school year, a geography teacher was murdered. Once on a winter day, John found his friend dead in his own house. John called the police and said that he was just passing by Jack’s house and decided to come in. The police had 4 suspects: the gardener, the math teacher, the coach, and the school principal. They all had alibis: The gardener was cutting bushes. He’d been knocking and ringing the bell for a long time, but all was silent. However, he could see the light in the room through a frozen window. He breathed on the iced window glass and saw Jack on the floor. The police arrested John as the main suspect.

A collection of humorous jokes and riddles about school, including "Why did the teacher need glasses?" "She had bad pupils"