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Grin and Bear it!: Jokes About Teddy Bears (Make me laugh]) Library Binding – 1 Apr 1986


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A collection of jokes about teddy bears including "What's the best way to catch a teddy bear robber? With a bear-glar alarm.".

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By L. Hale - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Library Binding
Grin and Bear It! is a short joke book featuring bears. All the jokes in this book are in the same format. There is a question and there is an answer. The jokes are simple and more often than not, a play on words. An example would be "Q: What Kind of hat did the French teddy bear wear? A: A bear-et (beret)." Most of the jokes are obvious enough that younger readers should be able to understand them but not all of them are going to be understood. Children who don't know who Abraham Lincoln are obviously won't get the joke. The jokes presented here though are ones that are similar to jokes that children tell each other all the time. None of them are negative about people or bears. They are positive, fun filled simple to tell jokes.
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