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  • Mum's Witby Richard Benson

    Summersdale 2010; US$ 3.99

    When the little angels are driving you crazy and you're one minivan away from being a personal taxi service, these wonderful quips and quotes are the perfect reminder of why being a mother is the best job in the world. more...

  • Confessions of a Depression Babyby Brian T. Doyle

    HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available

    Brian Doyle knows where to find many of the members of his demographic cohort — that 1929-to-1939-born generation of which Doyle, who drew his first breath in Ottawa in the summer of 1935, finds himself smack dab in the middle. ?Try one of the food courts sometime between breakfast and noon,? he writes in the first of two dozen essays about growing... more...

  • Shit My Kids Sayby Nick Harris

    Michael O'Mara 2012; US$ 9.99

    A host of hilarious one-liners and observations told in the always-unique words of the very young Look, it's raining through that boy's trousers! Can we get something to eat? I'm vanished! Children have a unique way of looking at the world?they can be wonderfully innocent, or world weary beyond their years. This book collects the craziest... more...

  • Jokes for all the Familyby Harry Hilton

    Summersdale Publishers Ltd. 2012; US$ 9.99

    Did you hear about the schoolboy who put clean socks on every day?By Friday he couldn’t get his shoes on.Prepare to have your ribs tickled, your funny bone waggled and your leg pulled with this bumper compendium of jokes for all the family. With everything from ludicrous lions to preposterous pirates, there are laughs aplenty for everyone! more...

  • Girls' Book 2by Sally Norton

    Michael O' Mara Books 2013; US$ 8.99

    Jam packed with boredom-busting activities and tremendous tips for being the best, this book guarantees excellent fun for girls everywhere. Includes topics such as: how to twirl a baton; how to make a melting moment; how to play the ring game; how to wrap a present beautifully; how to be an Egyptian queen; how to hit a ball every time; how to memorise... more...

  • Twitsby Quinn Conroy

    Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 10.99

    "I prefer to have my affairs over Twitter because I usually can't last more than 140 characters." ?Conan O'Brien They're rich. They're famous. And they're tweeting. And you won't believe what they're saying?the funniest, the dumbest, and the most ridiculous celebrity tweets are all here, in one spot. See silly feuds (Demi Moore versus Kim Kardashian)... more...

  • The Little Red Book of New York Wisdomby Ed Koch; Gregg Stebben; Jason Katzman

    Skyhorse Publishing 2011; US$ 16.95

    Whether you love its pace or are mystified by its immensity, New York City has a seemingly limitless capacity to spark both refreshingly blunt observations and eloquent descriptions of its daily life and motion. It has inspired countless artists, musicians, and even politicians, all of whom embody the essence of the city: profound, prophetic, quirky,... more...

  • The Quotable Artistby Peggy Hadden

    Allworth Press 2010; US$ 16.95

    Journey through the wit and wisdom of generations of visual artists, photographers, writers, and architects--and discover what makes creative people extraordinary. This compilation of more than 1,000 great quotations, from famous to obscure, celebrates what artist throughout time have said about fame, color, finding inspiration, money woes, beauty,... more...

  • Passagesby Chuck Wechsler

    Skyhorse Publishing 2011; US$ 25.00

    This fascinating, 200-page book features the quotes from the best hunting, fishing, and nature writers to ever grace the pages of Sporting Classics . It?s laced with poignant passages from hunting stories by Hemingway, Ruark, Roosevelt, and Rutledge. You?ll enjoy hundreds of quotes by the greatest fishing writers, including Izaak Walton, Sigurd... more...

  • The Little Red Book of Musician's Wisdomby Sheila E. Anderson

    Skyhorse Publishing 2012; US$ 16.95

    Celebrating both the famous and the obscure from every genre of music?including classical, rock, Latin, country, blues, and hip-hop, The Little Red Book of Musician?s Wisdom offers a touching anecdote or pithy line for every musical occasion. Musicians, critics, DJs, and industry onlookers provide illuminating commentary on a wealth of topics:... more...