We come across a large number of books throughout our life from our early childhood. Some are text books, some are story books and some are about general knowledge. Throughout our life, books serve as a source of knowledge and information. Whenever we need to solve our queries and mysteries, we refer books. The collection of written or printed literature is somehow considered as a companion because of the help that we get from them whenever we need. Some people are real book lovers and they like to read books especially before they go to sleep. Some people like to read books on fiction and some are more interested to read real life stories. In today’s hi-tech world, we see a new trend of digitalizing books but true readers will never enjoy such literature. You can never enjoy reading until and unless you hold a book in your hand and read. We have a collection of funny jokes about books for all the book lovers. Go ahead and enjoy.
1) TEACHER: How many books did you finish over the summer?
PUPIL: None. My brother stole my box of crayons.
2) My father gave me a really cheap dictionary for my birthday.
I couldn't find the words to thank him.
3) What did one book say to the other one?
I just wanted to see if we are on the same page.
4) What made you laugh?
From the moment I picked your book up until I put it down I was convulsed with laughter. Some day I intend reading it.
5) What do you do if pet starts eating your library book?
Take the words right out of their mouth.
6) TEACHER: Why are you holding your textbook up to the window?
PUPIL: You told me to open it up to the Middle East.
7) Hey, you know I am writing a novel….
I can't understand why a person will take a year to write a novel when he can easily buy one for a few dollars.
8) Why did the vampire check out a drawing book?
He wanted to learn how to draw blood.
9) Q. How can you tell if an elephant checked out a book before you did?
A. When you open it, peanut shells fall out.
10) Q. What reference book should you use when you forget your shovel?
A. The dig-tionary.