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Too Much!: Cartoons by R Simms

by Richard C. Simms

This book of satirical military comics is a humorous look at life in the military during the Korean war era.

Cartoonist Richard C. Simms entered the service in 1953 where he spent a short but delightful sixteen...

Choi Oi! The Lighter Side of Vietnam: The Lighter Side of Vietnam

by Tony Zidek

This humorous, comic guide to Vietnam War-era Vietnam is a hilarious explanation of the land, customs, and people the American "advisor" has found so fascinating, provoking, agreeable, disturbing, infuriating...

Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island

by Deborah Rivel & Kellye Rosenheim

A detailed insider’s guide to the best places to find birds in all seasons

Feathers: Displays of Brilliant Plumage

by Carl Zimmer & Robert Clark

Exquisite images from award-winning National Geographic photographer Robert Clark offer a captivating perspective on the vast beauty and myriad functions of a seemingly simple thing: the bird feather. Each detailed...

Kanga Creek

by Havelock Ellis

This is a short tale of a young man from England, qualified as a teacher, who goes to Kanga Creek in Australia to teach at a small school there. The young teacher has never experienced anything like the Australian...

I Did Inhale — Memoir of a Hippie Chick

by W. M. Raebeck

In this chronicle about life on the hippie trail, W. M. Raebeck provides a funky flashback to what now seems an easier era. Through her marginal feats and misadventures, you'll always be siding with the bad...

BOW TIE BIBLE: Seriously funny guide to how and why to bow tie

by Charles (Chuck) C Blackburn

Bow ties are not just a men's fashion option. Wearing a bow tie in a predominately long tie world makes a personal statement about a discerning man's individualism and how confortible he is in his own skin....

Slow Ball Cartoonist: The Extraordinary Life of Indiana Native and Pulitzer Prize Winner John T. McCutcheon of the Chicago Tribune

by Tony Garel-Frantzen

Slow Ball Cartoonist takes readers on a journey to an earlier era in America when cartoonists played a pivotal role each day in enabling major daily newspapers to touch the lives of their readers. No American...

What's It Like in Space?: Stories from Astronauts Who've Been There

by Ariel Waldman & Brian Standeford

Everyone wonders what it's really like in space, but very few of us have ever had the chance to experience it firsthand. This captivating illustrated collection brings together stories from dozens of international...

Cats of 1986: The Book

by Chronicle Books

A celebration of cats and the totally awesome '80s, this book takes readers through the playful lives of furry felines living in 1986. Filled with colorful snapshots of cats as they go to school, hang at the...

S. J. Perelman: Critical Essays

by Steven H. Gale

First published in 1992, this book focuses on the oeuvre of S. J. Perelman. Taken together, the essays included serve as an introduction to this important humorist's work, both in terms of the specific short...

S. J. Perelman: An Annotated Bibliography

by Steven H. Gale

First published in 1985, this bibliography focuses on the works of S. J. Perelman as a humorist, author, and screenwriter. It is divided into two major sections: "Works by S. J. Perelman" and "Critical Responses"....

Navel Gazing: True Tales of Bodies, Mostly Mine (but also my mom's, which I know sounds weird)

by Michael Ian Black

New York Times bestselling author and stand-up comedian Michael Ian Black delivers a frank and funny memoir about confronting his genetic legacy as he hits his forties.

Whether it’s family history, religion,...

"Up West" On Prince Edward Island: Life In The Early Nineteen Hundreds

by Everett Platts

Up West on Prince Edward Island is a delightful story as seen through the eyes of Everett Platts back in the nineteen hundreds. You will literally picture some of the scenes, as he shared the antics he and his...

A Book of Instructions for Living With A Modern Woman in the USA

by The Anonymous Desert Rat

This witty collection of instructive warnings and anecdotes were penned by a long-term veteran of the marriage wars after he took one too many frying pans to the knee. He illustrates the usual mistakes men make...

F in Exams: Complete Failure Edition

by Richard Benson

The ultimate compendium of the international and New York Times bestselling series, this fun omnibus features the complete content from all four books—F in Exams, F for Effort, F this Test, and F in Exams:...

Why Boys Need Parents

by Alex Beckerman

Boys will be boys. Unfortunately, they will also be arsonists, wrecking balls, flooders, and eight-limbed ninjas of destruction. It is their nature. With photos pulled from the 1950s on, this book celebrates...

A Light-Hearted Look Back: Poetry for the Over 60s

by Derek William Cacutt

This is a selection of poetry which looks at the ups and downs, backwards and forwards we experience with joy, empathy, sadness, but above all with truthfulness. Being over sixty can be a fantastic time in someone's...

Backseat Bedroom: a concise guide to living in a car

by Nick Andrew & Ian Husbands

'Backseat Bedroom' is a non-fiction book by, unique Scottish musician, Nick Andrew. The thing that makes Nick unique is that he lives in a car. A blue one.

It all started as a bizarre 2 week cost cutting experiment,...

How and Why Do Birds Fly: Bird Books for Kids

by Baby Professor

Learn about the aerodynamics in birds that once led to the creation of our modern-day aircraft. This picture book will teach you the howÕs and whyÕs of flight. With complex information broken down into bits...