Books in category Humor – Topic

  • Mirth of a Nation

    Mirth of a Nation
    Michael J. Rosen

    This action-packed compilation of highlights includes Bobbie Ann Mason's stint at the La Bamba hotline, David Rakoff's insights on families, Andy Borowitz's memoir of Emily Dickinson (basically, she was a drunken jerk), and Michael Feldman …

  • Just a Guy

    Just a Guy
    Bill Engvall, Alan Eisenstock

    The result is JUST A GUY who is disarming, perceptive, wildly funny, and unexpectedly moving. JUST A GUY will make you laugh out loud and tug at your heart. Hopefully, not at the same time.

  • The Poo Bomb

    The Poo Bomb
    Jeff Vogel

    Not to mention no sex. The parenting books painted a picture of smart, communicative babies and mindless, limitless joy, but he knew they were lying to him. So he wrote his own book.

  • Hate Mail

    Hate Mail
    Mr Bingo

    Previously available only via a Kickstarter subscription, this bumper edition of ALL NEW postcards is a must-have for all Hate Mail devotees.

  • Baustelle Baby

    Baustelle Baby
    Sonya Kraus

    Mama Sonya redet hemmungslos Tacheles über Männer in der Schwangerschaft, Sex währenddessen und danach, Renovierungsarbeiten am Love-Channel, den hauseigenen Molkereibetrieb und die stärkste Droge der Welt: Mamahormone!

  • Introvert Doodles

    Introvert Doodles
    Maureen Marzi Wilson

    In Introvert Doodles, follow Marzi through all of her most uncomfortable, charming, honest, and hilarious moments that everyone–introvert, extrovert, or somewhere in between–can relate to.

  • Candyfreak

    Candyfreak
    Steve Almond

    By turns ecstatic, comic, and bittersweet, Candyfreak is the story of how Steve Almond grew up on candy—and how, for better and worse, candy has grown up, too.

  • The almost Complete Gough

    The (almost) Complete Gough
    Barry Cohen

    'Here is an agreeable and welcome mix of irreverence, wit and absurdity.

  • We re Just Like You Only Prettier

    We’re Just Like You, Only Prettier
    Celia Rivenbark

    In this wickedly funny follow-up to her bestselling Bless Your Heart, Tramp, Celia Rivenbark welcomes you, once again, to the south she loves, the land of "Mama and them's," "precious and dahlin," and mommies who mow.

  • Dogs and Their People

    Dogs and Their People
    Barkpost

    *New York Times bestseller* From the humans that brought you BarkBox (and BarkPost and BarkShop) finally comes Dogs and Their People.

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