Humor

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    Backside of the Moon
    By Tango Gao
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The first book by Shanghai-born visual artist, cartoonist, social media phenomenon, and advertising executive Tango to be published in the United States, BACKSIDE OF THE MOON is a brilliantly tongue-in-cheek dissection of the everyday insanities of 21st-century urban living--and a witty guide to how... [READ MORE]
    If You Give a Bunny a Beer
    By Sam Miserendino, Illustrated by Mike Odum
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The first installment in Sam Miserendino and Mike Odum’s Addicted Animal Series, If You Give a Bunny a Beer is a children’s book for parents who drink too much. A humorous play off of the famous If You Give a Moose a Muffin, the book tells the story of a rabbit who had just one too many. Following the... [READ MORE]
    The Man Who Has It All
    A Patronizing Parody of Self-Help Books for Women
    By @ManWhoHasItAll
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    From the Twitter account @ManWhoHasItAll, a hilariously unforgiving and eye-opening role reversal parody of self-help guides for the working mother. While women have long been bombarded with advice about how to be the perfect mom, keep a perfect job, and have glowing skin—all at the same time—men have... [READ MORE]
    #Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus
    A Literary Classic Told in Tweets for the 21st Century Audience
    By Mike Bezemek
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Few classic works of literature have excited such enduring popular interest among the general public as Frankenstein. But suppose the characters—Victor Frankenstein, Captain Robert Walton, and, yes, even the “monster”—had shared their tale in tweets? #Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus in Tweets... [READ MORE]
    #Moby Dick; Or, The Whale
    A Literary Classic Told in Tweets for the 21st Century Audience
    By Mike Bezemek
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Moby Dick is regularly hailed as one of the greatest works of American literature. But suppose Ishmael had instead shared his tale in tweets? #Moby Dick; Or, The Whale in Tweets hilariously reimagines Herman Melville’s classic whaling novel in just two hundred tweets, each 140 characters or less. Ishmael... [READ MORE]
    Game of Bones
    What Your Dog Really Thinks While You Watch TV
    By Charlie Ellis
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    You may think your dog spends all day snoozing while you’re out, but you couldn’t be more wrong. Game of Bones is here to reveal that our canine pals are secret television fanatics—and they have lots to say about the shows we make for them! This book features full-color photographs throughout of these... [READ MORE]
    Downton Tabby
    What Your Cat Really Thinks While You Watch TV
    By Charlie Ellis
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Ever wondered what your cat is up to while you’re out? Well wonder no more, because Downton Tabby is here to reveal that our feline friends are secret television addicts—and they have lots to say about the shows we make for them! This book features full-color photographs throughout of these opinionated... [READ MORE]
    If You Give a Bear a Bong
    By Sam Miserendino, Illustrated by Mike Odum
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The second installment in Sam Miserendino and Mike Odum’s Addicted Animal Series, If You Give a Bear a Bong is a children’s book for former children. A humorous play off of the famous If You Give a Moose a Muffin, the book tells the story of a bear that had just one too many hits. Following the success... [READ MORE]
    #Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus
    A Literary Classic Told in Tweets for the 21st Century Audience
    By Mike Bezemek
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Few classic works of literature have excited such enduring popular interest among the general public as Frankenstein. But suppose the characters?Victor Frankenstein, Captain Robert Walton, and, yes, even the ?monster??had shared their tale in tweets? #Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus in Tweets... [READ MORE]
    #Moby Dick; Or, The Whale
    A Literary Classic Told in Tweets for the 21st Century Audience
    By Mike Bezemek
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Moby Dick is regularly hailed as one of the greatest works of American literature. But suppose Ishmael had instead shared his tale in tweets? #Moby-Dick or The Whale in Tweets hilariously reimagines Herman Melville's classic whaling novel in just 200 tweets, each 140 characters or less. Ishmael here!... [READ MORE]
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