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Peace Out, Dawg!: Tales from Ground Zero

by G. B. Trudeau

As 9-11 shakes the Doonesbury world, many of its denizens are drawn inexorably toward Ground Zero--Mike to attend a memorial service for a former employer; B.D., reactivated for crowd control and celebrity tourism;...


Doonesbury.com's The War in Quotes

by David Stanford & G. B. Trudeau

Doonesbury.com's The War in Quotes is a startling account of the Iraq War, told entirely in the words of those who conceived, planned, advocated, and executed it. Presented in chronological order in thematic...


Pooch Cafe: All Dogs Naturally Know How to Swim

by Paul Gilligan

Pooch Cafe‚ is creator Paul Gilligan's first syndicated strip, and this book collects the strips from its successful first year of syndication. When Poncho's beloved master Chazz marries cat lover Carmen and...


Non Sequitur's Sunday Color Treasury

by Wiley Miller

Non Sequitur creator Wiley Miller truly broke the cartoon mold when he first published his strip in 1992. This hugely popular cartoon is chock-full of witty observations on life's idiosyncrasies. The name of...


Barack Obama

by Sarah Parvis

In the incredibly giftable little book Barack Obama, readers get an inside look at the remarkable 44th president of the United States. Barack Obama is the first African American U.S. president and the first...


Michelle Obama

by Sarah Parvis

In the incredibly giftable little book Michelle Obama, readers get an inside look at the remarkable First Lady of the United States.

Michelle Obama is a strong role model for women everywhere. She grew up on...


The Get Well Book: A Little Book of Laughs to Make You Feel a Whole Lot Better

by John McPherson

If laughter is the best medicine, The Get Well Book by John McPherson is just what the doctor ordered. Filled with inside laughs about the cures, the pills, and the little indignities that doctors deliver, it...


The Laws of Golf

by Randy Voorhees

 Randy Voorhees' hilarious collection of golf-related sayings is Murphy's Law of the golf course. It's the perfect gift for any golfer.


What's the Number for 911 Again?: More Wacky 911 Calls

by Leland Gregory

Faster than you can dial 9-1-1, author Leland Gregory delivers his follow-up to What's the Number for 911 with more real-life calls to the country's emergency operators. What's the Number for 911 Again' answers...


I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie

by Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert awards at least two out of four stars to most of the more than 150 movies he reviews each year. But when the noted film critic does pan a movie, the result is a humorous, scathing critique far more...


Ebert's Bigger Little Movie Glossary: A Greatly Expanded and Much Improved Compendium of Movie ClichTs, Stereotypes, Obligatory Scenes, Hackneyed Form

by Roger Ebert

The popular film critic offers a compilation of witty and wise observations about the film lexicon, including "Fruit Cart," a chase scene through an ethnic or foreign locale, or "The Non-Answering Pet," referring...


Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2007

by Roger Ebert

The most-trusted film critic in America." --USA Today 

Roger Ebert actually likes movies. It's a refreshing trait in a critic, and not as prevalent as you'd expect." --Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle

America's...


A Really Super Book About Squirrels

by Graham Taylor & Graham Roumieu

Graham Taylor was sitting in his kitchen one morning, contemplating the universe over a bowl of cold cereal, when he noticed a squirrel outside the window--the same squirrel he'd seen countless times before....


Boomer Girl: Fighting Midlife One Crisis at a Time

by Cathy Hamilton

Faster than a sudden mood swing, more powerful than +3.0 reading glasses, able to sleep five hours in a single night! Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane . . . (Holy hot flash, Batman!) . . . it's...


A Little Joy, A Little Oy: Jewish Wit and Wisdom

by Marnie Winston-Macauley

"To me, the Jews are funnier than any other group. Why? Because they have had more trouble. And trouble is often the heart of humor."-- Steve Allen (who is not Jewish) from A Little Joy, A Little Oy

Not just...


My Teenage Son's Goal in Life Is to Make Me Feel 3,500 Years Old: and Other Thoughts on Parenting from Dave Barry

by Dave Barry

Dave Barry isn't just funny. His wit cuts right to the core of life's absurdities. In "My Teenage Son's Greatest Goal in Life Is to Make Me Feel 3,500 Years Old" and Other Thoughts on Parenting from Dave Barry,...


101 Things Teens Should Know: A Big Sister's Guide to Staying Out of Trouble and Other Helpful Hints

by Lindsay Jackson

Author Linda Jackson's fun and insightful advice is available in this gift book, perfect for boys and girls from 12 to 16 years of age. The text is composed of the author's personal advice as well as quotes...


The Married Man's Mentor

by Lucas Lovibond

There is no relation of life in which it is more necessary to cultivate a certain faculty of imagination than in marriage. You must accustom yourself to look at things, to a certain extent, from your wife's...


Pope John Paul II: May 18, 1920 - April 2, 2005

by The Poynter Institute

Pope John Paul II was one of the most significant world figures in the 20th century and one of the most famous popes in the history of the Catholic church. His unprecedented willingness to travel the world and...


Chinese Characters: The Art of Painting the Word

by Inc. The Book Laboratory

The strokes used in Chinese characters were originally fashioned after bird tracks and shadows cast by trees. They are beautifully expressive even to those who do not understand their meaning. To the Chinese,...