Laughter in Appalachia
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Laughter in Appalachia

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A sampling of the highlights of Appalachian humor, collected from the Festival of Appalachian Humor, with illustrations by Jacqueline Froelich.
Paperback, 156 pages
Published December 28th 2005 by August House Publishers (first published July 25th 1987)
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David Ward
Laughter in Appalachia: A Festival of Southern Humor by Loyal Jones and Billy Edd Wheeler (August House Publishers Inc. 1987)(817.008). This book is filled with good old Southern farm jokes, and I mean “old” jokes. Most of them are funny, but I heard them years ago! If the reader grew up in the South or with farm dirt in his veins, there is nothing new in this collection at all. My rating: 6/10, finished 1/27/11.
Jerry
This is a fun book to read, much like sitting on the porch and listening to a bunch of old timers out do each other telling funny stories.
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