Humor

Periods, Period.

Publication Date: 04/04/2023

Jam-packed with fun-filled and useful tips for every stage of your menstruation journey—this inclusive book is for all. Inspired by the over half the population that bleeds, Periods, Period is an amusing, cheeky, and thoughtful collection of essays, games, photos, art and (over)sharing aimed to help survive and thrive during your periods.

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The Shakespeare Haggadah: Elevate Thine Seder with the Bard of Avon (Second Folio)

Publication Date: 02/14/2023

It be the Passover Haggadah, as Shakespeare would hast writ it, hadst the idea occurred to him. Art thee a teenager? Most wondrous. How about a tweenager? Coequal better. Perhaps thou art a drossy adolescent or gamesome adult? Readeth this while the stodgy elders and fartuous children readeth the haggadot,…

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R is for Revenge Dress: A Princess Diana–Inspired Alphabet Book for Grown-Ups

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

R is for Revenge Dress explores the celebrated life of Princess Diana through the alphabet. “A-mazing to ‘C’ the younger generation B-eing so interested in the legacy of HRH.” —Andrew Morton, Author of Diana: Her True Story Though “R” is for Revenge Dress, this book is rather sweet—about a cheeky…

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Your House Keys are in the Dryer: A Parenting Haiku Book

Publication Date: 11/15/2022

Written by moms, Your House Keys are in the Dryer: A Parenting Haiku Book describes the biggest job in the world…in the fewest syllables possible. Distilling motherhood into the traditional 5-7-5 haiku format was thrilling, exhausting, and all these busy moms had time for. Writing one haiku In between lunch,…

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So You’ve Been Sent to Diversity Training: Smiling Through the DEI Apocalypse

Publication Date: 09/28/2022

So You’ve Been Sent to Diversity Training digs into the nefarious, rampant business of diversity, equity, and inclusion training in the workplace. As seen on Tucker Carlson and The Greg Gutfeld Show In So You’ve Been Sent to Diversity Training, Chadwick Moore meets everyday workers from across the country who have one thing…

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Sid-izens United: Salacious Spiels, Stories, Suggestions, and Solutions to Withstand a Woke World

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

The legendary radio personality and equal-opportunity offender delivers authentic and unapologetic takes on the state of everything—from politics to sports, and pop culture to fitness—all with his inimitable style and humor. “Sid Rosenberg writes the way he talks: fast and blunt. His book is entertaining and provides the reader insight into…

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That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore: On the Death and Rebirth of Comedy

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

The Woke are killing comedy—and that makes being a comedian today better than ever! The Woke—that humorless, joyless, shame-inducing virus—are killing comedy…and that is great for comedians! So argues award-winning comedian Lou Perez in his hilarious and provocative book debut, That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore. Through the lens of comedy,…

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Everything Reminds Me of Something: Advice, Answers…but No Apologies

Publication Date: 07/19/2022

The bestselling comedian returns to respond and rant on real questions about life and love, careers and cars, and everything else from fans and famous friends. Ever wonder what you would say or do if you didn’t give a f**k? Adam Carolla can tell you. In his sixth book, the…

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Lies My Mother Told Me: Tall Tales from a Short Woman

Publication Date: 04/12/2022

If you think Joan Rivers said funny, outrageous, and ridiculous things ONSTAGE, wait ’til you read the funny, outrageous, and ridiculous things she said OFFSTAGE…things that will make you laugh out loud…and keep Melissa in therapy for the foreseeable future. The only thing my mother loved more than making people…

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The Shakespeare Haggadah: Elevate Your Seder with the Bard of Avon

Publication Date: 03/15/2022

It be the Passover Haggadah, as Shakespeare would hast writ it, hadst the idea occurred to him. Art thee a teenager? Most wondrous. How about a tweenager? Coequal better. Readeth this while the stodgy grownups and fartuous children readeth the haggadot, catered only to those folk—until now. Thou canst useth…

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