Bayne, Kaitlyn Ruth. Little Book of Knock Knock Jokes. Lawrence Teacher Publishing Group, 2000. Knock-knocks on the go. Take this small book wherever you go and have a laughing good time all the time.
Birtles, Jasmine. 1001 Knock Knock Jokes. Constable Robinson. 1998. Kids will be amused for hours with these funny bone — tickling knock-knocks.
Hall, Katy. Back-to-School Belly Busters and Other Side-Splitting Knock-Knock Jokes That Are Too Cool for School. HarperFestival, 2002. Something to make schooldays more interesting. Lift-up flaps and cutouts are all part of this enjoyable knock-knock book.
Hall, Katy. Boo Who? And Other Wicked Halloween Knock-Knock Jokes. HarperFestival, 2000. Get ready for some spine-tingling fun with these spooky Halloween jokes. It's truly fang-tastic.
Hall, Katy. Olive You! And Other Valentine Knock-Knock Jokes You'll A-Door. HarperFestival, 2000. This Valentine's Day knock-knock book will tickle you pink. Lift the flap to find the answers, and laugh out loud.
Hills, Tad. Knock, Knock! Who's There? My First Book of Knock-Knock Jokes. Little Simon, 2000. This delightful book will get any kid rolling with laughter. Pull-back flaps with colorful characters show how the knock-knock jokes use wordplay.
Keller, Charles. Kids' Funniest Knock-Knocks. Sterling Publications, 2001. Come along for a parade of knock-knock jokes. It's tons of fun with songs, food, animals, and names.
Keller, Charles. The Little Giant Book of Knock-Knocks. Sterling Publications, 1997. Arranged in alphabetical order, these knockknocks come complete with zany cartoon drawings.
Kilgarriff, Michael. 1,000 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids. Ballantine Books. 1990. This book is laugh-out-loud funny, and includes jokes about everything from names, songs, and animals to insults, sayings, and puns.
Phillips, Bob. The World's Greatest Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids! Harvest House Publishers, 2000. Laugh all day long as you read one great joke after another.