Pretty Good Joke Book

Pretty Good Joke Book

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From our hilarious friends at A Prairie Home Companion comes this book containing all of the jokes from nine hilarious Joke Shows, grouped into categories fans know and love. With more than 300 new jokes, this book runs the gamut from giggles to belly laughs, from gentle chortles to roll-on-the-floor hilarity. 

From bar jokes to lawyer jokes; Minnesota jokes to Iowa jokes; old people jokes and yo’ mama jokes; knock-knocks, puns, one-liners, and lightbulb jokes; IRS jokes, religion jokes, and Ole & Lena jokes; jokes about sports, death, heaven, politics, current events…have we left anything out? 

As always, our Pretty Good Joke Book attempts to be ecumenical. Nothing is sacred—not even Martha Stewart, who, by the way, has a new recipe for chicken casserole. You boil the chicken and dump the stock. 

Garrison Keillor on jokes: "What good is greatness without a sense of humor?" "Jokes are democratic. Telling one right has nothing to do with having money or being educated. It's a knack, like hammering a nail straight. Anyone can learn it, and it's useful in all sorts of situations. You can go your whole life and not need math or physics for a minute, but the ability to tell a joke is always handy." "Satire, kids, is your sacred duty as Americans. Be funny. Poke them cows and make them moo."

About the Author

Garrison Keillor, humorist and best-selling author, has hosted "A Prairie Home Companion" for more than 30 years. Each week, he brings listeners along on amiable visits to his mythical hometown, Lake Wobegon.

From our hilarious friends at A Prairie Home Companion comes this book containing all of the jokes from nine hilarious Joke Shows, grouped into categories fans know and love. With more than 300 new jokes, this book runs the gamut from giggles to belly laughs, from gentle chortles to roll-on-the-floor hilarity. 

From bar jokes to lawyer jokes; Minnesota jokes to Iowa jokes; old people jokes and yo’ mama jokes; knock-knocks, puns, one-liners, and lightbulb jokes; IRS jokes, religio. . . Show More >

From our hilarious friends at A Prairie Home Companion comes this book containing all of the jokes from nine hilarious Joke Shows, grouped into categories fans know and love. With more than 300 new jokes, this book runs the gamut from giggles to belly laughs, from gentle chortles to roll-on-the-floor hilarity. 

From bar jokes to lawyer jokes; Minnesota jokes to Iowa jokes; old people jokes and yo’ mama jokes; knock-knocks, puns, one-liners, and lightbulb jokes; IRS jokes, religion jokes, and Ole & Lena jokes; jokes about sports, death, heaven, politics, current events…have we left anything out? 

As always, our Pretty Good Joke Book attempts to be ecumenical. Nothing is sacred—not even Martha Stewart, who, by the way, has a new recipe for chicken casserole. You boil the chicken and dump the stock. 

Garrison Keillor on jokes: "What good is greatness without a sense of humor?" "Jokes are democratic. Telling one right has nothing to do with having money or being educated. It's a knack, like hammering a nail straight. Anyone can learn it, and it's useful in all sorts of situations. You can go your whole life and not need math or physics for a minute, but the ability to tell a joke is always handy." "Satire, kids, is your sacred duty as Americans. Be funny. Poke them cows and make them moo."

About the Author

Garrison Keillor, humorist and best-selling author, has hosted "A Prairie Home Companion" for more than 30 years. Each week, he brings listeners along on amiable visits to his mythical hometown, Lake Wobegon.

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