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Moscow to Havana

by Steven Froelich & Oscar Zarate

The book is an account of Steven Froelich's trip to Russia in the Spring of 2006 which had him consuming so much alcohol and drugs that he decides to set off for Cuba. On arrival in Havana, he discovers it is...


The Best 'a Man Walks Into a Bar' Jokes

by Billy Brownless

A collection of more than 200 of the best (or should that be worst?) jokes about 'men' walking into bars.


In Search of the Holden Piazza

by Chris Warr & Joe Kremzer

Chris and Joe take to the road, touring the highways and byways of Australia on a quest to discover what became of the Holden Piazza - possibly the dodgiest car ever to be imported into Australia. A boys' own...


Mullet Madness!: The Haircut That's Business Up Front and a Party in the Back

by Alan Henderson

America’s favorite hairstyle is back in a big way! Ever since its meteoric rise to superstar status in the 1980s, the mullet has persisted for generations as a cultural touchstone in the hearts and minds of...


A Little Bit of Ivey

by Lorelei Branam

Call me Ivey Mae

I am middle aged. I am staying married. I don't want any sort of implant and there isn't a cougar bone in my body.

I have six children, including a set of twins, thirty pets and no, we don't live...


Archy and Mehitabel

by Don Marquis

The now classic tale of Archy the cockroach and Mehitabel the cat in her ninth life. First published in 1927, this free verse poem has become an essential part of American literature.


Careers for Your Cat

by Ann Dziemianowicz & Ann Boyajian

Does your pampered Persian princess have a talent for interior design? Does your dapper tabby harbor the soul of an opera diva? Or is your sleek Siamese with the selective palate a restaurant critic in the making?...


Why Unicorn Drinks

by C. W. Moss

Unicorns are just like us. They have problems, stresses, and like to blow off some steam. Author and illustrator C. W. Moss explores the inner psyche of the single-horned in Why Unicorn Drinks.

A follow-up to...


The Custard Stops at Hatfield

by Kenny Everett

Kenny Everett was a unique talent and his quirky humour is encapsulated in this autobiographical journey.


The Art and Making of Peanuts Animation: Celebrating Fifty Years of Television Specials

by Charles Solomon & Lee Mendelson

For the first time, this deluxe visual history treats Peanuts fans to an in-depth look at the art and making of the beloved animated Peanuts specials. From 1965's original classic A Charlie Brown Christmas through...


DEATH AND OTHER THINGS

by Joseph Ng

Book Description: He goes 'by' many names. The Destroyer of Empires. The Great Harvester. The Grim Reaper. Death. He was there when the first man died, and he will be there to end the life of the last man on...


Scars of the Stars: 101 Injuries of the Rich and Famous

by Scott Tierney

Why do we find the mishaps of others amusing? Do we sort pleasure in the falls from grace of our peers? Is it a primal, evolutionary urge to see the weaker of the pack fall away, to be engulfed by a predator...


LIFE'S LIKE THAT

by Lydia Teh

Book Description: In this collection of amusing meditations on Malaysian life and its complexities and contradictions, Lydia Teh dives into the depths of Malaysian life: family, pregnancies, babies, motherhood,...


Does This Island Go To The Bottom?: The Adventures of a SCUBA Instructor in the Caribbean

by Eric H. Pasley

I was born and raised in Southern California. I grew up with a strong love for the ocean and all the life found in it. I have over 4,000 dives, give or take. I have certified divers from all over the world....


Journey to Cubeville: A Dilbert Book

by Scott Adams

"Since Adams parted company with Pacific Bell in 1995, the business he has built out of mocking business has turned into the sort of success story that the average cartoon hero could only dream of."--The London...


Zombie Haiku: Good Poetry for Your...Brains

by Ryan Mecum

In your hands is a poetry journal written by an undead poet, recounting his firsthand experience during the zombie plague. Little is known about the author before he turned into a zombie, but thanks to his continued...


Confessions of a Key West Cabby

by Michael Suib, Joe Forte & Nancy Butler-Ross

This collection of columns about the author's experience driving a cab in Key West, Florida originally appeared in the Key West Citizen and the Miami Herald. These short essays are humorous and insightful about...


Stella Artois Presents Ten Years of The Walrus Laughs

by Pasha Malla, Jacob Pacey & Rebecca Addelman

Stella Artois Presents Ten Years of The Walrus Laughs. The Walrus magazine ten-year anniversary series kicks off with six of the funniest, wittiest examples of gut-busting hilarity from our pages and The Walrus...


An explosive friendship

by Claude Daigneault, Jocelyn Jalette & Mathieu Daigneault

After her friend Pyro makes an indelicate comment about her weight, Glucosina’s feelings are hurt. The little orphan dragon would sure like to try and apologize, but the fire in his belly is dying out, and...


The Unleavened Truth

by Darryl A. Forman

Sit down and have a cup of coffee (and eat something...you're looking a little thin), because oy VEY does humorist Darryl A. Forman have something to tell you. Join Darryl in this rollicking collection of essays...