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by Giles Coren
by Colm O'Regan
Ann Devine has been driven pure demented. First, she finds herself at a loose end after Rory, the last of her brood, heads off to college, just as her hours as a carer are cut back. She'd love a holiday, but Denis's earnings will hardly stretch ...
Explaining the What If in Science, Geography and the Absurd
by Joseph Pisenti
<p>Looking for trivia books filled with fun facts and trivia questions and answers? <i>Answers to Questions You've Never Asked</i> will entertain you for hours. When you take the most absurd parts of history, science, economics, and ...
by Kris D'Agostino
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What Animals Really Think
by Simon Winheld
<DIV>A hippo worrying that her degree is totally useless. A cardinal with roommate problems. A hummingbird eager to join a social network. A possum who’s on the edge (You wanna throw down!?)...<BR />  <BR /> Here for the first time ...
by Robert A Streeter
by Cary McNeal
Blue Ice, Meteors, and Beaver Ass, Oh My! <i>Fact</i>- The use of maggots to clean wounds has proven to be effective for patients who don't respond to traditional treatments. <i>Fact</i>- The Icelandic dish hákarl is beheaded basking ...
by Joseph Piercy
<DIV><DIV><DIV><DIV><DIV><P>Calling all men – have you started buying your jeans for comfort rather than style? Do you prefer to watch the football in your favourite armchair rather than at the pub? Have you recently found yourself ...
the asdf book
by Thomas Ridgewell
Humorous Musings and Observations for Every Millennial
by Alana Hitchell
<p>Alana Hitchell invites you on a journey to the greatest decade of all time. She reminds you what it was like to grow up during an era that consisted of playing countless hours of Nintendo, reading Lurlene McDaniel books, and wearing ...
by Kaz Cooke
Lola Montez was the greatest show-off on earth. Born in 1818, she was famous for being rowdy, wicked and gorgeous. She travelled to all corners of the earth, seducing royalty, performing sexy dances and throwing tantrums. She drove men mad with ...
by Jean-Yves Ferri
by Ben Pobjie
by Joe Caramagna
by Joe Berkowitz
In this immersive ride into the subversive world of pun competitions, we meet punsters weird and wonderful, and Joe is our tour guide. His search to discover just who is making all this wordplay, and why, leads him to the professional comedians ...
by Aaron Blabey
This is the one Baby Book new dads will actually want to read because: * It only has 498 words * It mentions sore nipples, but doesn't dwell on them * It shows you what to do if your tiddler throws a hairdryer into the bath * It knows that you ...
by Sophie Blackall
Where do babies come from? Sooner or later, every child will ask this question . . . Join a curious little boy who asks everyone from his babysitter to the mailman, getting all sorts of funny and confusing! answers along the way, ...
by VITTORE DANNY
Holy Sh*t! Run for your lives! The animal kingdom is a messed-up place. Good thing you don't have to live in it because there are animals that would make Chuck Norris look like a wuss. In this tell-all tale of Animals Gone Wild, humorist Danny
Keeping Your Zen, One Smile at a Time
by Tango Gao
<p><i>Backside of the Moon</i> is a brilliantly tongue-in-cheek dissection of the everyday insanities of 21st-century urban living — and a witty guide to how to keep one's calm in the midst of the craziness. Everything Shanghai-born visual ...
Wisdom, Humor, and Inspiration from Women with Attitude
by Kathryn Petras