Written by Pearlman, Robb
It doesn't take a lot of brains to recognise society is feasting on zombie culture. This book showcases inventive methods to off everyone's favourite lovable, decaying undead.
Written by Robb Pearlman
Fans of the magical unicorn are legion, and the unicorn’s appearance in pop culture shows no signs of waning. This book presents lighthearted, slightly twisted, and always funny practical uses for a unicorn. Everyone loves unicorns—what’s not to love They’re beautiful, magical creatures.
Written by Brown, Haydn
""Single women who have been industrious, and who have boldly carved out a career for themselves, can afford to snap their fingers at lost lovers, and thank the fate that at length designed them for a life of single success rather than the possible one of married misery." "All women would be healthier and none the less beautiful if they possessed firm muscles and strong limbs." "Most o
Written by Menaker, Daniel
Inspired by his tenure at TheNew Yorker, this collection of comical, revelatory errors foraged from the wilds of everyday English comes with commentary by the author, illustrations by Roz Chast, and a foreword from Billy Collins.
Written by Arkle, Peter
Every cat owner knows that no two cats are alike. This pitch-perfect illustrated book proves this simple fact by diving whiskers first into the unique personality, charisma, and character of 50 real all-black cats.
Written by Hunter, Jesse
All the Cats in the World is a delightful gift of happiness to put a smile on any cat lover s face. Cute and uplifting, All the Cats in the World celebrates cats everywhere. With photographs from all around the world, it is a quirky take on cats happily ensconced in life everywhere on the planet.
Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo . . . so many great artists have shared one very special love: the companionship of cats. Gathered here for the first time are behind-thescenes stories of more than 50 famous artists and their feline friends.
BAD LITTLE CHILDREN'S BOOKS: KIDLIT PARODIES, SHAMELESS SPOOFS, AND OFFENSIVELY TWEAKED COVERS OUT OF PRINT
Written by Gackley, Arthur C
In Bad Little Children s Books, illustrator Arthur C. Gackley creates hysterical parodies of children s book covers from more innocent times. Many of these original books focus on life s lessons, joys, and curiosities. Gackley cleverly takes the books classic covers and turns them into unforgettable, edgy, politicaly incorrect parodies that speak to the bad little kid in all of us.
Written by Thorpe, Peter
Bark! The Herald Angels Singwill bring a smile to even the most devoted Scrooge. Decked out in the finest of holiday garb, strutting against backgrounds that evoke locales as varied as Charles Dickens London and the ice floes of Antarctica, an adorable dog strikes a pose. Another Christmas card in the bag. But the scenes weren't always so ornate.