What's So Funny?: Making Sense of Humorby Donna M. Jackson, Ted Stearn
"Toss this life raft to a reluctant reader facing a nonfiction book report and make yourself a hero." -- The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"Don't let the colorful, humorous cover and size of this title fool you, for it is chock full of pertinent information . . . " -- Ingram Library Services
"Researchers and budding comedians will find plenty of useful material." - -School Library Journal
"Donna's lighthearted survey injects plenty of levity into the topic of what makes us laugh . . . This book will prove valuable for readers from youth to adult. " -- Jeffrey Briar, director, The Laughter Yoga Institute
About the Author
Donna M. Jackson is an award-winning author of many nonfiction books for young readers, including The Bone Detectives, Bug Scientists, and Wildlife Detectives, all honored by the NSTA/CBC's Outstanding Science Trade book for Children award. She lives and laughs with her husband, Charlie, and their family in Colorado.