When the laughs are flowing, kids love reading. And the lols have a tendency to roll right around the classroom and family home. Here are some of the grossest, the weirdest, the cheekiest and most outlandishly funny kids books around.
To pay Mrs Twit back for the worms in his spaghetti, Mr Twit thought up a really clever nasty trick.
The first book in the phenomenally successful series Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney.
Rafe’s been to the beach and now he’s headed to the bush – watch out Australia!
Ickypedia is a wacky collection of crazy, smelly and just plain disgusting words, scribbles, pooetry, quizzes and gross histories by Australia's most-loved comedians for kids.
From Frank Woodley, much-loved comedian, storyteller and talented artist, comes a hilarious series about an inquisitive young girl, a cheeky currawong bird and a bumbling detective.
Ben stared at the TV. He had never seen anything like it. Fascinating. Incredible. Awful. He had to do something.
I'm Tom Weekly. If my life is an exploding chicken, this book is my attempt to glue it back together.
Join three friends as they dodge bullies, do their homework and alter the entire course of history in the process!
Imagine if Sherlock Holmes was an eleven-year-old girl!
One of the new PB editions of three classic Discworld titles introducing new readers to the wonderful world of Terry Pratchett.
Australia's funniest new author for kids is back with a fresh batch of stories about the mysterious Mr Bambuckle and the class of room 12B.
Katts and doggs have been enemies for as long as they can remember. But when Molly, a clever katt, and Oscar, a happy dogg, get lost in the woods, can they work together to find a way home?
James Patterson has teamed up with the world's most famous genius to entertain and inspire a generation of children – with the first and only children's adventure series officially approved by the Albert Einstein Archives.
Three squabbling siblings. One all too perfect next-door neighbour. A missing mum, a bumbling dad, a kooky cockroach mystery and an eccentric country town. What could possibly go wrong?
A debut middle-grade series from the mega-talented Zach King, full of laughs, zany action and more than a hint of magic.
The magic and mayhem continue in the second book of this wonderful series for 5-7 year olds, from global bestselling author Sophie Kinsella.
Barack Obama shares the books he read (and loved) this summer.
Honour your Dad’s individuality this Father’s Day with a gift from the heart.
Celebrate International Cat Day – 8 August – with some im-paw-sibly fabulous fiction.