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The Early Bird Gets the Discount
The Early Bird Gets the Discount

Karen O’Connor

Stay forever young with these whimsical, slice-of-senior-life stories that are sure to put a smile on your face. Celebrate the well-lived life with these amusing anecdotes on aging, coupled with inspiring Scripture quotes and a heartfelt prayer.


Two Truths and a Tall Tale
Two Truths and a Tall Tale

Sandy Silverthorne

Looking for something to get your family unplugged from their devices and engaged in some lively discussion? Indulge their love of trivia and fun facts with this unique game book of fact versus fiction.


Of Moose and Men
Of Moose and Men

Torry Martin

Torry Martin fled to the wilderness of Alaska, searching for answers to life’s big questions. He found what he was looking for—and a lot more. These hilarious true stories show that God can reclaim anyone’s life…including yours.


Amazing Tips to Make You Smarter
Amazing Tips to Make You Smarter

Sandy Silverthorne

Loaded with fun, offbeat trivia and Sandy Silverthorne’s hilarious cartoons, this book will make you smarter and much more fun to be around. Who wouldn’t want to hear which two first-world countries haven’t signed a treaty to end WWII or where the phrase “a blue moon” came from?


My Senior Moments Have Gone High-Tech
My Senior Moments Have Gone High-Tech

Karen O’Connor

These senior moments keep you laughing while you adjust to new technology. Have you looked for the “any” key after being told, “Press any key”? Talked into the TV remote instead of your cell phone? You’re not alone! Karen O’Connor offers encouragement and tips to help you navigate the digital world.


Laughter Never Gets Old
Laughter Never Gets Old

Bob Phillips

What’s the secret to aging gracefully? It just might be a healthy sense of humor. Living well in the “third third of life” includes the ability to not take yourself too seriously. These jokes, brief stories, and cartoons will help you keep an upbeat attitude as the years race by.


My Favorite Senior Moments
My Favorite Senior Moments

Karen O’Connor

Gentle humorist Karen O’Connor highlights the sunny side of senior life, including • the funny ways children reveal God’s blessings, • the laughter in love, and • the missteps in new and old adventures. God is with you every step of the way, and these vignettes full of character and wit prove it.


Tricks My Dog Taught Me
Tricks My Dog Taught Me

Phil Callaway

For 14 years, a small, round hound named Mojo provided her reluctant master a front-row seat to life’s most profound lessons. With his trademark humor and depth of insight, popular speaker, author, and pet owner Phil Callaway shares stories that showcase such virtues as forgiveness, servanthood, and grace.


The Little Book of Big Laughs
The Little Book of Big Laughs

Donna Goodrich

Perfect for personal entertainment, sermon and speech illustrations, and ice breakers for social occasions, these jokes and quips will help you relax, grab an audience’s attention, and provide a humorous note for almost any occasion. Organized by topic, the Little Book of Big Laughs is easy and fun to use.


Super Duper Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids
Super Duper Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids

Bob Phillips

Knock-knock some silly sense into your friends, family, and anyone else willing to say “who’s there?” When you are all tired of staring at the TV or computer screen, it’s time to scream—with laughter. And this hilarious jumble of good, clean jokes will make that happen instantly.


God Bless My Senior Moments
God Bless My Senior Moments

Karen O’Connor

Humorist Karen O’Connor offers 365 prayers that poke fun at those “senior” moments that make life interesting. She encourages you to stay joyful and enthusiastic: “Lord, thanks for helping me remember my mailbox key!” “Jesus, if I stumble, please pick me up, dust me off, and help me go again.”


The Best of the Good Clean Jokes
The Best of the Good Clean Jokes

Bob Phillips

From A to Z, these jokes will entertain for hours. Directions: If you don’t succeed, dig the directions out of the wastebasket. Prodigal: “Who was sorry when the prodigal son returned home?” Answer: “The fatted calf.” Perfect for teens on up, these crazy quips will garner laughs from everyone within earshot.


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