Treasury Of Laughter

Treasury Of Laughter

Language: English

Pages: 269

ISBN: B00GW9DO4W

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Larry Wilde Treasury Of Laughter.

This volume presents a compilation of the funniest of Larry Wilde’s massive humor-book collections.. as well as “How To Tell Jokes For Fun And Profit.”

Larry Wilde, an internationally known motivational humorist and seminar leader, speaks to major corporations, associations and healthcare facilities nationwide on the value of laughter. His upbeat, entertaining programs demonstrate how successful people harness humor to relieve stress, improve morale, sharpen communication skills and achieve greater productivity.

This is the 50th book by Mr. Wilde, whom The New York Times has called, “America’s best-selling humorist” His “Official” joke books have sold more than 12 million copies — the largest-selling series of its kind in publishing history. In addition, he produced two highly acclaimed works on comedy technique, The Great Comedians Talk About Comedy and How the Great Comedy Writers Create Laughter which are used as college textbooks.

Prior to his careers as humorist and author, he was a stand-up comedian and actor who appeared in major night clubs and on national television in commercials, sit-coms and talk shows.

Larry Wilde is the founder of National Humor Month. Since its inception in April 1976, this event is celebrated to point up the bountiful benefits of belly laughs. It begins each year on April Fools Day.

Not merely for comedy aficionados, this is a book for ALL those who:

- Love to laugh and for those who want a good, entertaining read;

- Are curious about what makes top comedy performers tick, and the secrets behind their timeless wisdom and appeal;

- Would like insight into comedy techniques and sound philosophies that can inspire and benefit everyone in every walk of life;

- Aspire to careers in comedy or as professional speakers, as well as toastmasters, managers, business executives, clergy, civic leaders, lawyers – all who must interact with the public.

This is the latest release by Laugh.com of Larry Wilde’s books which includes excerpts of eBooks you can also now purchase editions of from The Larry Wilde Joke Book Series.

The Treasury of Laughter – By Larry Wilde.

“America’s Best-Selling Humorist”

-The New York Times

Larry Wilde, an internationally known motivational humorist and seminar leader, speaks to major corporations, associations and healthcare facilities nationwide on the value of laughter. His upbeat, entertaining programs demonstrate how successful people harness humor to relieve stress, improve morale, sharpen communication skills and achieve greater productivity.

This is the 50th book by Mr. Wilde, whom The New York Times has called, “America’s best-selling humorist” His “Official” joke books have sold more than 12 million copies — the largest-selling series of its kind in publishing history. In addition, he produced two highly acclaimed works on comedy technique, The Great Comedians Talk About Comedy and How the Great Comedy Writers Create Laughter which are used as college textbooks.

Prior to his careers as humorist and author, he was a stand-up comedian and actor who appeared in major night clubs and on national television in commercials, sit-coms and talk shows.

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