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Humor is subjective, right? Not always. We’ve tested these books on a wide variety of kids and all of them have produced pretty major belly laughs. Of course, when it comes to children’s books, it’s all in the delivery. So don’t hold back. Tap into your inner comedian and watch your little ones laugh until they’re jiggling like Jell-O Pops.
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