My Dad Thinks He's Funny

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

What do you do when your Dad has a terrible sense of humour? And he repeats the same jokes over and over again? From breakfast to bedtime, when he always says 'Good morning,' before turning on the light.

Whenever there’s a cake at tea-time, Dad says 'Well, there’s my piece. What’s everyone else having' And if you ask to stay up late, Dad replies 'Not tonight. But you can last night.'
In desperation, you write his jokes down in this book. When Dad sees how silly he sounds, surely he’ll give up? Yes, Dad’s reading it and looking sad. Without thinking, you say 'What’s up Dad?' and he replies 'Just the sky.' Groan.

A cracking read for funny families.

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