For Every Guy Who Wants to Be One/For Every Girl Who Wants to Build One!
Felicity Huffman, Patricia Wolff Shelly Frasier
Directed at men (though of course it's women who'll buy it, then leave it at their boyfriend's place-accidentally on purpose), A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend lays out the manly steps involved in becoming a good boyfriend, while still maintaining guy-dignity.
Filled with humor, ribaldry, common sense, and assorted outdoor skills, A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend is the next dating guide to dominate the bestseller lists.
Alexander and the Wonderful, Marvelous, Excellent, Terrific Ninety Days
An Almost Completely Honest Account of What Happened to Our Family When Our Youngest Son, His Wife, and Their Baby, Their Toddler, and Their Five-Year-Old Came to Live with Us for Three Months
Judith Viorst Laural Merlington
When Judith's son Alexander announces that he and his entire family would be staying with her and her husband for ninety days while their house was being renovated, Judy finds it to be a magnificent, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity not only to get to know her children and grandchildren a little better than before, but also to reconnect with her husband as they hold hands, close their eyes, and wait patiently for move-out day.
The Completely Fabricated Stories of Our New National Treasures
Willie Geist Johnny Heller, Jo Anna Perrin
The host of MSNBC's Way Too Early with Willie Geist focuses on America's ongoing parade of giant pop-culture personalities—beings inflated by the Internet and twenty-four-hour cable news and tethered only loosely to the ground.
Wisecracking sports broadcaster Kenny Mayne keeps dubious score of sports' absurdities, true and unsubstantiated history, off-the-wall trivia, and all things real and possibly made-up in this hilarious book.
Gustavo Arellano William Dufris, Christine Marshall (et. al)
An irreverent, hilarious, and informative look at Mexican American culture is taken by rising star Gustavo Arellano, who uses the best questions from readers of his Ask a Mexican! column in California's OC Weekly to explore the many clichés applied to Mexican Americans.
The Truth Behind the Myths, Tales, and Warnings Every Generation Passes Down to Its Kids
Ken Jennings Ken Jennings
New York Times bestselling author and all-time Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings delivers a characteristically engaging and surprisingly useful new book, revealing the truth behind all the terrible things our parents used to warn us about.
How Successful Business People Put the Old Rules Out to Pasture
Beau Fraser, David Bernstein (et. al) Johnny Heller
In this hysterically irreverent and wise book, three award-winning advertising executives prove that in business, Sacred Cows deserve to die. Beau Fraser, David Bernstein, and Bill Schwab share their successful approach to euthanizing Sacred Cows through humorous and vivid real-world, global examples.