Alan Lewis published a set of puns in the Sunday Times in the early 1970s. These, and more, are collected here, devilishly illustrated by Quanda.
Some are rather clever, like:
I tried to develop
A recipe for hyena soup
And ended up
Making myself a laughing stock
I feel so strongly
About loo graffiti
That I've signed
Some require some thought (or just reading out loud), like:
As an extreme Protestant
He's against merging the churches.
His motto is
Some are just groan-inducing, like:
I call her Chris Alice
'Cause I larva dearly
and some are more like tongue-twisters:
Her toy guardsman's arm
Had broken off, so I
Sold her soldier shoulder solder
(Note for USan readers: in English, "solder" is pronounced "sold-er", not "sod-er" (which sounds rude!))
Although I like the occasional pun, I probably wouldn't have bought an 80 page book of them, except that I wanted to check out the reference for the rather good Metriculation, which is one of the rather longer entries.