1224 books (62 pages) in this category
Welcome to the world of BADDIEWINKLE!Hellion, great-grandmother, and Internet sensation, Baddiewinkle never asked for fame. It found her. Known for her outrageous fashion choices, including the ability to rock a bikini at the age of ...
by Jolyon White
<DIV>Whether you've had one yourself or just noticed someone else's, there's nothing more awkward than a badly timed boner.<BR /><BR /> The hardest part (ahem) is trying not to laugh...</DIV> ...
Great Recipes. No Meth-In Around
by Walter Wheat
by Tom Gauld
The new collection from multi-award-winning cartoonist Tom Gauld - the perfect gift for book lovers everywhere.<br> ...
by Fernando Perottoni
<DIV><P>A collection of 70 funny, full-colour illustrations of our favourite follicularly challenged friends, from William Shakespeare and Mikhail Gorbachev to Yoda and the Lego Man, with quotations from the subjects themselves sprinkled ...
The Ultimate Guide to Not Quite Ruining Your Child
by James Breakwell
The slacker's guide to parenting from Twitter's most popular dad. ...
by RORY O'DWYER
Kilmainham Gaol is a building with a remarkable history. From 1796, when the first prisoners were received within its portals, to 1924, when the last prisoners were removed, it held over 100,000 people. In the traditional nationalist linear ...
by Blake Wilson
"When Blake Wilson bought a Batman mask on a whim while shopping with his kids, he had no idea that the short video he filmed of himself wearing it on his way home would be viewed by millions and launch the start of an alter ego- BatDad. Soon, ...
by Danielle Selber
(4 hardcover, illustrated books)
by Matthew K. Manning
by Matthew Manning
by Whitney Ellsworth
The daily Batman newspaper strip began in 1966, on the heels of the Batmania craze created by the hit television series staring Adam West, and ran through the early 1970s. The strip boasted stories by longtime editor Whitney Ellsworth and art by
Tales of a Cartoonist Lady Person
by Dami Lee
<DIV><P>Why do things in moderation when you can just do everything? All it takes is a can-do attitude, stubborn pride in never admitting you might be in over your head, and a willingness to lose all sense of time and space.<BR /><BR /> ...
by Eugeniu Croitoru
Be Like Bill is not only the biggest internet sensation of 2016 but he?s also the smartest too. He understands what it takes to remain polite and civil in a world where people think it?s ok to post photos of themselves sporting a silly duck face
by Harry;Hurley, Des Orsman
It's a well-known fact that Kiwis have their own way of talking, and without a guide you can easily come a greaser. Have a gink at this beaut little book, and you won't need to feel a nong any more. In fact, you'll be away laughing. You can put ...
A Feel Good Guide for Bad Hair Days!
by Jo Lamarca Mathisen
Bad Hair Day? We all have 'em. Embrace the mess--the frizzies, flyaways, bad bangs, wild mane and all--with Because of My Hair. In This whimsical book, the authors take a light-hearted approach to hair that just won't do what it's told. From ...
by Leigh Anne Jasheway
<DIV>Cat lovers cuddle, caress, and cater to their adorable but aloof feline friends. The cat, in fact, has become one of the country's most beloved pets, with some 90 million kitties claimed by doting owners.<BR /><BR /> Now, Leigh ...
by Andy Riley
by B ANDY BAILEY JAMIEN
by ROBERT BENCHLEY
These "39 prodigal pieces" show Robert Benchley at the height of his whimsicality, damning with gentle urbanity all the things that peeve every one of us - but with a wit and mock anger none of the rest of us could have managed. The discomforts ...