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A Season of Gifts
Richard Peck
A Whole Nother Story
Dr. Cuthbert Soup
All About Sam
Sam Krupnik
Allie Finkle's Rule for Girls
Meg Cabot
Baby-Sitters Club Series
Ann M. Martin
Chet Gecko Series
Bruce Hale
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Jeff Kinney
Dork in Disguise
Carol Gorman
Emily Windsnap Series
Liz Kessler
Andrew Clements
George's Marvelous Medicine
Geronimo Stilton Series
Geronimo Stilton
Goosebumps Series
R.L. Stine
Henry Winkler and Lin OliverĀ 
Henry Huggins
How to Eat Fried Worms
Thomas Rockwell
How to Train Your Dragon
Cressida Cowell
Betty G. Birney
Judy Moody
Megan McDonald
Junie B. Jones
Barbara Park
Katie Kazoo Swicheroo
Nancy E. Krulik
Lunch Money
Andrew Clements
Roald Dahl
No More Dead Dogs
Gordon Korman
No Place for Magic
E. D. Baker
Once Upon a Curse
E. D. Baker
Once Upon a Marigold
Jean Ferris
Meg Cabot
Ramona Quimby Series
Beverly Cleary
Gordon Korman
Strange Case of Oragami Yoda
Tom Angleberger
Judy Blume
Swindle Series
Gordon Korman
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Judy Blume
The Mouse and the Motorcycle
Beverly Cleary
The Report Card
Andrew Clements
There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom
Louis Sachar
Twice Upon a Marigold
Jean Ferris
Wayside School Series
Louis Sachar

Do you like to laugh? Then the books on this list are sure to be a hit with you. If you are looking for laugh out loud funny book, you should pick up Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney. Even adults can find humor in poor Greg's life as a middle school wimpy kid. Kids can relate to Greg's relationships with his siblings, parents and of course friends. The first two Diary of a Wimpy Kid books are also major motion pictures.

Andrew Clements has two books on the list with Frindle and The Report Card. Both books are about a funny situation at school that all kids can relate to. In Frindle, the main character makes up the word Frindle and then has a few of his friends start to use it to see how long it takes for the word to catch on at school.

Gordon Korman is also known for humorous books. No More Dead Dogs is a must read and so is Schooled. In No More Dead Dogs you'll see what happens when a student stands up for his true feelings about a book in his book report. In Schooled you'll meet a kid who is homeschooled until Middle School and then his circumstances change so he has to go to a public school. It is an interesting story of how he adjusts.

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