Humor, Puns & Word Play
A Pundemic by Rod Hulme
“Wordworking –- A Pundemic” contains over 600 quips that play on particular letters within the words we use. The resulting puns are both amusing and clever, with connotations that stray from the original meanings in entertaining ways. They are ...
Don't Quote Me But...
by Richard Cook
Don’t Quote Me But . . . is a generous collection of quotes to make you laugh, think, wonder, and share. They include themes of humour, spirituality, and Christmas. From famous sayings to colloquial quips, these one-liners are entertaining and sure ...
Pun And Grimeish Mint
The Lowest Form of Humor in the Highest Number of Words by Lloyd Farley
"Pun And Grimeish Mint" is a humour book, filled with a number of long-form puns (5-6 sentences each, very roughly), playing off of pop-culture references, common idioms, and the like.. As far as a target audience, given that it is a pun book it is ...
I'm Serious by Connor J. Delaney
“I would be rather amused if I ended up on the back of a book, that’s for sure.” —Rhys Davis Just Kidding does double-duty as a joke book and an art book with illustrations that can be brought to life with colour, much like an adult colouring ...
by David J. Hardwicke
This volume is the first of an intended series of comedic fiction, based on observations and reflections on the world as we create and perceive it in an everyday sense. These reflections are contained within the various puns, riddles, micro-stories ...
A Play on Words
The First 100 by Dr. John F. Does
A Play on Words is a lively, knee-slapping romp through the inherent vagaries of the English language. Readers can let the book drop open at any page and find an invitation to appreciate the absurdities with which real life is packed and to enjoy a ...
I'm Just Sayin'
A Book of Sayings You May Have Heard or Even Thought by Scott Moss
Children and adults will enjoy reading, relaxing, and even having a thought-provoking experience. If they are facing challenges in life this book may help to inspire them to overcome those challenges to accomplish goals they never thought ...
A Glossary of Teacher Talk by Clyde Woolman
“Nobody would believe this stuff .” This staff room refrain was usually in response to the verbiage or antics of children or teens, the nonsensical decisions of those in the education bureaucracy (including myself), or the fatuous comments that ...
Silly, yes, but you smiled!
by Poppa Talbert
The world turned upside down and inside out with no regard to the sanctity of history, people, places and things! Life should be this ridiculous so we can all just scratch our heads and smile!
A Fine Line
by Carole A Lee
A Fine Lineis the culmination of sixty years thinking about life, how strange words that we use everyday can be and then writing poetry about that.