To celebrate Silly Squad, Summer Reading Challenge 2020, Inspire Libraries want to know your favourite joke!
Share your joke with us for the chance to win original artwork from comic book artist, Marc Jackson.
Sharing your joke enters you into a free prize draw. A joke will be randomly selected from all the suggestions and will be drawn into a comic strip by cartoonist Marc Jackson.
Closing date Friday 21 August 2020.
Don't miss! Take a look at these videos from fantastic authors and illustrators who have shared their favourite joke to help get you started.
Hopefully they will make you laugh your socks off and inspire you to share your jokes with us here.
What do you call a cow on a trampoline? A milk shake!!!
Nick Arnold is the author of the award winning, best selling Horrible Science series of books. For more information on Nick Arnold check out his website here.
What do you call a dinosaur that is sleeping? A dino-snore!
John is an author and poet. He is the author of the popular Stinkbomb & Ketchup-Face series, Zeus, Niteracy Hour and many more. For more information on John check out his website here.
Why couldn't the Pony sing? She was a little horse!!
Adam is the author of a variety of fascinating fun fact books including The Awesome Book of Animals, Splat the Fake Fact and the Epic Book of Epicness, which won the Blue Peter Book Award (Best book with facts). For more information on Adam check out his website.
What do you call a bear with no teeth? A Gummy Bear!!
What washes up on really small beaches? Micro-waves!!
Caryl is the author of the hugely successful Albie series, Whiffy Wilson and a huge amount fantastic books including Meet the Planets , Knock, Knock Superhero , The Princess and the Peas and many many more. Find our more about Caryl and the books she has written at her website here.
Why was the maths book sad? Because it had too many problems.
Andy Seed writes humorous books for children including A Giant Dose of Gross, The Clue is in the Poo and The Anti-Boredom Book. He won the 2015 Blue Peter Book Award for his non-fiction collection of facts, jokes and wordplay in The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff. For more information on Andy check out his website here.
Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7, 8, 9!!