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Riddles, Riddles, Riddles

Riddles, Riddles, Riddles

By: Darwin A. Hindman

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What bird can lift the heaviest weight?
What is worse than finding a worm in an apple?
What animal doesn't play fair?
These and about 600 other howlers and teeth-gritters will be found in this entertaining collection. You'll find rib-tickling riddles on all sorts of subjects, from animals, plants, fruits and people, to love and courtship, and eating and drinking.
You'll have loads of fun baffling friends and relatives with this nearly inexhaustible treasury of favorite riddles that have puzzled people for generations. Parents and teachers will remember the fun times they had when they endlessly recited these humorous stumpers in their own younger days. Ready to tickle the funny bones and challenge the wits of riddle lovers of all ages, these brain-teasers, puns, and puzzles are perfect for enjoying by yourself or to liven up parties, family gatherings and other group occasions.
Answers: The crane. Finding half a worm. The Cheetah.

Dover Original.
AvailabilityOut of Stock
ISBN 100486296547
ISBN 139780486296548
Author/EditorDarwin A. Hindman
FormatBook
Grade level3 - 6 (ages 8 - 12)
Page Count64
Dimensions5 x 8

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