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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Jokes & Riddles
  • Language:English
  • Pages:208
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098394189

Riddle World

101 Carefully Crafted Riddles, Puns, and Homonyms

by David E. Hustoft

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Overview
"Riddle World" is a creative and witty book that began as an attempt to maintain some degree of sanity while working as a highway flagger. The riddles were created to distract the author and his co-workers from the boredom of their daily tasks. This book does that and more. It invites the reader to think creatively and laugh heartily. Through words and sounds, twists of traditional phrases, and homonyms, the riddles will transport you, the reader, to places of enjoyment and innovation.
Description
"Riddle World" is a creative and witty book that began as an attempt to maintain some degree of sanity while working as a highway flagger. The riddles were created to distract the author and his co-workers from the boredom of their daily tasks. This book does that and more. It invites the reader to think creatively and laugh heartily. Through words and sounds, twists of traditional phrases, and homonyms, the riddles will transport you, the reader, to places of enjoyment and innovation. These riddles were created for the amusement of children and adults who enjoy flights of fantasy and are easily bored. Comedians and persons with ADD may do especially well solving these conundrums. Those who struggle with depression may find their symptoms alleviated for several hours while visiting the world of riddles. The questions posited in this masterful book are all solvable and have entertained friends at lunch breaks and get-togethers for several years. The author invites the reader to open this book with the intention of experiencing magic, whimsy, and, just perhaps, extreme hilarity.
About the author
David E. Hustoft is a writer and artist. He graduated with an English major from Pacific Lutheran University and has been a provocateur of puns since he could speak. His earliest word play was inspired by the question, "What does your father do?" Since his dad worked nights at a supermarket restocking shelves, his answer became, "My father is a night stalker." This delighted his dad, a lifelong spinner of jokes and teller of tall tales. Growing up in a very verbal household with five sisters, David's punning was often a source of self-preservation. His straight-faced, tongue-in-cheek responses to his sisters' attempts to control and civilize him helped to prepare his brain for the creation of "Riddle World". The author has two adult children and resides in Bellingham, Washington.
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