I just love puns (even the bad ones, though I will groan and shake my head at them), some people are just really creative with coming up with them. I spotted this book on Goodreads after I read another pun book. I just knew I had to have it. Gemma Correll’s art is wonderful, she is one of my favourite artists, and I just had to know what kind of puns she made/drew.
And I can tell you, it didn’t disappoint. I laughed so loud while reading this one, at times groaning at some because they are just that obvious. I loved that a lot of objects talked, to give the pun more punch. Like for Pear Pressure: C’mon everyone else is doing it. With a picture of two pears. Or the blunt pencil who is indeed very blunt.
And the list can continue, there are a lot of objects in this book, all playing a role. Some words you have to say aloud to get the pun, but mostly you can just immediately see what is happening.
I could talk about the art, but I think I already made my point when I said that I loved Gemma Correll’s art. 🙂
Would I recommend this book? Heck yes, I would. If you want a laugh, and enjoy some good art, then be sure to check this book out.