Pun Enchanted Evenings Review & Giveaway (ends August 29th )
Publisher's Summary. * 746 wildly original puns on every subject from Arizona to zealous crusaders!
* 14 ant puns certain to start a new fad!
* Bi-lingual puns in English and Spanish, French, Chinese, Latin, Yiddish!
* The best new moron puns since the Fifties!
* You'll laugh out loud -- guaranteed!
* Plus information on the first scientific studies showing the mental superiority of pun-lovers!
Most of the puns in this Book are fine for children. But a couple of dozen of them are slightly to somewhat off-color: Numbers 18, 20, 55, 66, 102, 103, 164, 210, 216, 269, 334, 354, 376, 470, 488, 540, 555, 572, 578, 588, and 627 in particular. Please consider this before buying this Book for children.
Review. Who doesn’t enjoy a great pun? I know I do. Recently, I had the opportunity to read Pun Enchanted Evenings by David R. Yale. My reading environment was perfect: I was in need of a little mental escape given that I was captive airport dweller waiting for a long delayed flight home. Fortunately, Pun Enchanted Evening did not disappoint and provided me with so many laughs that a few of my fellow stranded travelers queried as to what I was reading.
Pun Enchanted Evenings is a slender book that is filled cover to cover with laugh out loud puns. A few of my favorites include: What do you call a sad dog that loves fruit: A melon collie; What would you call a person who automatically give you advice every time your pet barks? Dogmatic; and What do you call it when your most valuable player takes a bathroom break? A champ peein’!
Pun Enchanted Evenings is a fun way to pass a few solitary hours or equally fun to share as a read out loud book.
Giveaway Rules: Today I am pleased to offer two copies of this delightful book for giveaway.
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The giveaway is open internationally, but only Canadian and US residents winners will receive a paperback copy; International Winners will receive a coupon for a downloadable electronic version.
You must be 18 years of age or older (this book contains material that may not be appropriate for children).
Giveaway ends August 29th . Good Luck!
Publisher: A Healthy Relationship Press (April 5, 2010), 108 pages. Review copy provided courtesy of the publisher.
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