There is nothing better than a book that can make you laugh out loud. We love grabbing a stack of books off the shelf and reading until we’ve laughed so hard our stomaches hurt.
Laugh-Out-Loud Picture Books
We have been reading a ton of hillarious picture books lately and I wanted to share them with you all. Because lets be honest we could all use a really great laugh right now.
Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All RainbowsThe Day the Crayons QuitThose Darn Squirrels!Grumpy MonkeyThe Book with No PicturesLady Pancake & Sir French Toast (Volume 1)The Legend of Rock Paper ScissorsInterrupting ChickenWe Don’t Eat Our ClassmatesI Am Not a Chair!Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!Creepy Pair of Underwear!Aliens Love Underpants: Deluxe EditionClick, Clack, Moo: Cows That TypeBE QUIET!Do Not Open This BookWarning: Do Not Open This Book!Piranhas Don’t Eat BananasHats Are Not for Cats!Nanette’s BaguetteWe Are in a Book! (An Elephant andDragons Love TacosNeck & NeckThe Very Impatient CaterpillarI Want My Hat BackParts (Picture Puffin Books)Don’t Push the Button!: A Funny Interactive BookStuckThis book just ate my dog!The Panda ProblemWalter the Farting DogYou Don’t Want a Unicorn!Mother Bruce (Mother Bruce, Book 1) (Mother BruceUnderwear!Go Sleep in Your Own BedChickens to the Rescue (Barnyard Rescue)7 Ate 9Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Edna the Very First ChickenBob Not Bob!: *to be read as thoughThis Book Is Gray
And last but not least is hands down our favorite funny picture book series right now. The Wonky Donkey books by Craig Smith. These books are so funny that you will cry from all the laughter.
Tracking Your Laugh Out Loud Book Reads
If you are looking for a way to easily keep track of the books you read in your homeschool, I highly suggest the GoodReads app. GoodReads let you have as many “shelves” as you’d like. I have one for every homeschool year so far. You can scan the books and add them to your shelves with ease.
Another option for logging your books is using this free printable book log. It is perfect for tracking the books you’ve read and easy to add into a homeschool portfolio if you have to keep one.