Marital Blitz Berenstain and Berenstain 1955 This little paperback of marital comedy is brought to you by Stan and Jan of Berenstain Bear fame. Enjoy some rather dated comedy about the perils of marriage. I doubt it would get a
Ask Ernest!: What, When, Where, Why, Who Cares Worrell (fictional character) 1993 Submitter: Here is a poster child for the importance of weeding your library’s humor section. Helpfully, the book’s subtitle asks many of the relevant questions I had about
How to Avoid Matrimony Froy 1957 Okay all you rogue males, you don’t want to be trapped by the ladies looking for marriage. This guy has you covered with some interesting advice so you can avoid having the life sucked
The Truth About Golf and Other Lies Hackett 1968 Submitter: The book is amusing both because of the comedic author and its age! It has not left our public library shelf in over eight years. Holly: I find books like
How to be Really Funny Stolzenberg 1988 I’m not sure a book can tell you how to be funny, whoops, I mean really funny, but this book does. It literally tells you what is funny. Example: simple mindedness also known
Baby Do My Banking Baby Be Of Use Brown 2006 Yes, this is a humor book. And it’s funny! It is a board book that suggests that Baby should take over the family’s finances. Open a new account! Apply for
The Skunk and His Junk Scheunemann 2006 Submitter: I might be an adult, but when I find books like this I turn into a middle schooler. Really, publishers ought to run all of their books by a group of 12-year-olds.
Clowns Baker 1980 Submitter: I found this book in the children’s section of my local library. Each and every page is being held together with tape. There are gross stains and pencil marks all over the book. Yet the library