One positive thing about this book is that the jokes, even thought they're pretty bad, seemed somewhat original. I had heard very few of them before. Whether that means Hill is an original joke writer, or maybe I have been sheltered from exposure to these bad jokes, I don't know.
Katherine Hogan illustrates each joke with a Dad and his interlocutor. Despite the goofy drawings and the uneven quality of the jokes, I was inspired to commit some of these to memory so I can pull them out at appropriate times, especially when a bad dad joke will sufficiently embarrass my kids.
Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the complimentary electronic review copy!