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  1. Fucking Brilliant Journal

    Fucking Brilliant Journal

    By Calligraphuck Ltd.

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    Featuring foil-stamped calligraphy on the cover and metallic ink throughout, this journal is the place for recording the boldest and most brilliant of ideas.


  2. Balls on the Lawn

    Balls on the Lawn Games to Live By

    By Brooks Butler Hays • Illustrations by Jeremy Stein

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    The serious leisure aficionado knows that it doesn’t take much to transform a ho-hum afternoon into a truly memorable one—just a few balls, some mallets, maybe a horseshoe or two.


  3. Grumpy Cat Journal

    Grumpy Cat Journal

    By Grumpy Cat

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    Grumpy Cat’s discouraging words make this journal the perfect place to detail the highs and lows of everyday life.


  4. How to Speak Baseball

    How to Speak Baseball An Illustrated Guide to Ballpark Banter

    By James Charlton and Sally Cook • Illustrated by Ross MacDonald

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    This handsome guide to the language of baseball decodes the amusing, clever phrases that pepper commentary about the sport. Packed with witty explanations of everything from “duster” and “rubber arm” to “up the elevator,” this ballpark lexicon plays on a nostalgic love for the national pastime while covering ground from baseball’s beginnings to today.


  5. Movies R Fun!

    Movies R Fun! A Collection of Cinematic Classics for the Pre- (Film) School Cinephile

    By Josh Cooley

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    Let’s face it, reading sucks . . . but movies are fun! In this children’s picture book parody for grown-ups, Pixar writer and artist Josh Cooley presents the most hilariously inappropriate—that is, the best—scenes from contemporary classic films in an illustrated, for-early-readers style.


  6. How to Win at Everything

    How to Win at Everything Even Things You Can’t or Shouldn’t Try to Win At

    By Daniel Kibblesmith and Sam Weiner

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    Nobody wants to be a loser. With this revolutionary new handbook, readers will learn how to win at literally everything*—even things that aren’t contests, and that you can’t or shouldn’t try to win at, such as dreaming, apologizing, and talking on the phone with your mom. Crucial illustrated advice and instruction guides would-be winners through activities including bird-watching (start by spotting common species like pigeons, or dogs), job interviews (maintain eye contact: very smart people do not need to blink), and many more scenarios for success. In sharing their hard-won knowledge, the authors—noted experts at this sort of thing—help readers become the future winners they were meant to be.


  7. You’re a Winner DIY Trophy

    You’re a Winner DIY Trophy

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    This customizable trophy kit provides all the necessary components for recognizing excellence—both wins and fails, big and small! Made from sturdy board, the trophy assembles easily without glue or scissors. Trophy makers can choose from ready-made toppers and a range of sincere and humorous plates (including Overall Winner, Better Luck Next Time, Epic Fail, and more) or create personalized plates to reward friends, family, coworkers, or themselves for both real and made-up achievements.


  8. Did Jew Know?

    Did Jew Know? A Handy Primer on the Customs, Culture, & Practice of the Chosen People

    By Emily Stone

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    This handy primer on all things Jewish is filled with funny, surprising and informative facts about Jewish life, culture, and religious practice—all presented in an entertaining and witty voice and accompanied by bold illustrations that pack a graphic punch. Jews, lapsed Jews, and their spouses and friends will surely learn a thing or ten while devouring this addictively readable mix of practical information, fun facts and figures, and amusing trivia. Including information on key figures from Saul to Seinfeld, a lesson in proper Jew-fro care, and a basic guide to all those second-tier holidays no one ever celebrates, this engaging compendium is perfect for gifting or for simply learning more while being thoroughly entertained.


  9. Comic Genius

    Comic Genius Portraits of Funny People

    By Matt Hoyle • Introduction by Mel Brooks

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    This star-studded tribute to the kings and queens of comedy draws together such legendary names as Steve Martin, Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Eddie Murphy, Robin Williams, Ricky Gervais, and many more. Granted extraordinary access, photographer Matt Hoyle has captured his subjects in portraits that are works of art in themselves—by turns zany and deadpan, laugh-out-loud and contemplative. Accompanying them are first-person reflections from each of the comedians on life and laughter that always cut straight to the heart of comedy: it’s funny because it’s true. Page after sidesplitting page in Comic Genius offers prose as engaging as each portrait is memorable. Here, in one handsome package, is the gift of laughter itself.


  10. Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t

    Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t The New Rules of Work

    By Division of Labor

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    The new generation of workers needs a new workplace manual designed to explain the particular norms, boundaries, and expectations of the contemporary office environment and help them navigate the cutthroat reality of a cubicled 9 to 5. Enter Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t, a handbook of vintage-style public service announcements addressing modern office issues, including such gems as: “If you don’t have something nice to say, e-mail it,” “If it doesn’t have a meeting invite, it didn’t happen,” and “Nothing good comes from hitting ‘reply all.’” With plenty of revealing (and real) workplace statistics peppered throughout, this colorful guide offers just the motivation young people need to hunker down and get to work.


  11. Crap Dates

    Crap Dates Disastrous Encounters from Single Life

    By Rhodri Marsden

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    A good date can be exhilarating: a shared joke, an improbable spark, long moments of gazing fondly into each other’s eyes. Not so for the dating disasters featured in this collection of laugh-out-loud actual tweets about the most terrible evenings imaginable. From seriously unwelcome confessions, to dousing dates in wine, to bringing them back to creepy apartments to meet favorite stuffed animals, here are the funniest and most alarming reports from dating’s front lines.


  12. Ten Thousand Stories

    Ten Thousand Stories An Ever-Changing Tale of Tragic Happenings

    By Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr

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    A new story unfolds with every turn of a flap in this playful jigsaw puzzle of a book. Every page is divided into four turnable mini-pages that mix and match to create 10,000 different story combinations, each with its own quirky watercolor illustration. Some stories make sense, some come out downright surreal, and each one is as irreverently imaginative as the next. When will Michael find true love? What was it that pushed Elmo over the edge? Ten Thousand Stories lets the reader piece together each hilarious, gripping, or tragic tale. Part Exquisite Corpse and part Choose Your Own Disaster, this offbeat treasure is an addictive pleasure to play alone or to share.


  13. Hanukcats and Other Traditional Jewish Songs for Cats

    Hanukcats and Other Traditional Jewish Songs for Cats

    By Laurie Loughlin • Illustrations by Gemma Correll

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    You can bet your blintzes that when it comes to the Jewish holidays, cats have just a few things in mind: treats, toys, and mischief. In 20 feline-centric takes on traditional songs, the furriest family members finally get to share in the festivities, singing the praises of spinning dreidels, gefilte fish, and other joys of the holidays. With all-new illustrations throughout and songs from Hannukah, Passover, and more, cat lovers will find plenty to giggle over and celebrate all year round in this brand-new edition of the classic book.


  14. Catmas Carols

    Catmas Carols

    By Laurie Loughlin • Illustrated by Gemma Correll

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    Oh, come all ye furful! Cat lovers will rejoice to find this brand-new edition of the top-selling book (over 300,000 copies sold!) in their stockings. With 20 rollicking feline renditions of favorite Christmas carols, it’s the perfect way to celebrate the holidays. Featuring all-new illustrations and including several new songs, Catmas Carols is full of festive odes to the joys of the season, from yummy dinner scraps and new catnip toys to the ornaments that shine temptingly from the tree. Joy to the world!


  15. Brandon Bird's Astonishing World of Art

    Brandon Bird's Astonishing World of Art

    By Brandon Bird

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    From Pop artist Brandon Bird, this activity book is bursting with pages of coloring, stickering, and connect-the-dots fun! Featuring activities and portraits inspired by (and parodying) popular artists and televisions shows—including Law & Order, Nicolas Cage, Christopher Walken, Mr. T, Ghostbusters, and more—Brandon Bird’s Astonishing World of Art offers endless entertainment for adult children of all ages.


  16. The Book of the Party Animal

    The Book of the Party Animal A Champion’s Guide to Party Skills, Party Fouls, Pranks, and Mayhem

    By Ben Applebaum and Dan DiSorbo • Foreword by Andrew W.K.

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    In today’s world of texting and social networking, the legendary art of partying has been left to amateurs, wannabes, and party crashers. The true Party Animal stands out from the crowd, dances like a fool, knows the best pranks, gets the girl, and can smooth talk his way out of any sticky situation. The Book of the Party Animal reveals the crucial elements of being a Party Animal, detailing some of history’s most famous partiers, compiling a list of the best Party Animal drinks (complete with recipes), and explaining how to rule the dance floor with certified Party Animal moves. The perfect gift for all sorts of occasions, this entertaining guide is sure to improve parties everywhere—one Party Animal at a time.


  17. Love Haikubes

    Love Haikubes

    By Forrest-Pruzan Creative

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    Love Haikubes brings a romantic twist to the top-selling game of poetry composition. With just a roll of the dice and a little imagination, players can pay tribute to all kinds of amour—sweet, sexy, passionate, or silly—and display finished poems in the decorative box. Including two cubes with inspiration cues to help guide the haiku and more than sixty word cubes offering thousands of possible love poems, anyone can craft a haiku to suit the mood—or craft a mood to fit the haiku!


  18. Kosher Kards

    Kosher Kards 12 Notecards and Envelopes

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    Nostalgic noshers can spread good schmear with these notecards shaped like everyone’s favorite Jewish foods. Kosher to adorn Hanukkah gifts, wish someone mazel tov, or just to say shalom.


  19. Penguins Hate Stuff

    Penguins Hate Stuff

    By Greg Stones

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    Penguins hate zombies. They also hate serpents, bad haircuts, sock monkeys, leprechauns, Halloween, oil rigs, vampire penguins, and mermaids. They really hate clowns, but they really like capes, balloons, and free vacations. This quirky collection reveals the discriminating tastes of these adorable flightless Antarctic birds who encounter odd foes (snow sharks, beavers, cowboys, samurai...), but still manage to enjoy the little things in life. With wit, humor, and the occasional alien invasion, Greg Stones’s paintings capture the playfully absurd life of penguins.


  20. Grumpy Cat

    Grumpy Cat A Grumpy Book

    By Grumpy Cat

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    Internet sensation Grumpy Cat’s epic feline frown has inspired legions of devoted fans. Celebrating the grouch in everyone, the Grumpy Cat book teaches the fine art of grumpiness and includes enough bad attitude to cast a dark cloud over the whole world. Featuring brand new as well as classic photos, and including grump-inspiring activities and games, Grumpy Cat delivers unmatched, hilarious grumpiness that puts any bad mood in perspective.


  21. I Could Chew on This

    I Could Chew on This And Other Poems by Dogs

    By Francesco Marciuliano

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    A dog’s the best friend any boy or girl could have. And, as this canine companion to the New York Times bestselling book I Could Pee on This reveals, they can give cats some competition as the best poet in the house. “I Dropped a Ball,” and “Can You Smell That?” are just some of the verses that will have kids grinning. The poems are illustrated with color photographs of the dog poets doing what they do best.


  22. Picture Day Notecards

    Picture Day Notecards 20 Different Cards and Envelopes

    By Angela Rossi

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    At once dignified and totally hilarious, the school portraits of animals featured in this collection of 20 different notecards are sure to elicit smiles. (And their resemblance to your old classmates is uncanny!)


  23. Picture Day Journal

    Picture Day Journal

    By Angela Rossi

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    Featuring an assortment of adorably awkward portraits of anthropomorphic animals, this journal celebrates school picture day and all its goofiness—weird outfits, bad hair, and funny expressions!


  24. The Forgetful Gentleman

    The Forgetful Gentleman Thirty Ways to Turn Good Intentions into Action

    By Nathan Tan

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    The modern man has good intentions—all he lacks are the tools to turn them into gentlemanly action. This illustrated reference guide instructs and informs readers on the subtle art of being a contemporary gentleman by incorporating both traditional and modern practices, bringing the classic idea of gentlemanliness forward into the 21st century.


  25. The Forgetful Gentleman Stationery Box

    The Forgetful Gentleman Stationery Box

    By Nathan Tan

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    Handsomely packaged and reminiscent of a cigar box, this elegant stationery set offers 20 heavyweight debossed cards and envelopes for a range of occasions, along with a booklet of witty and thoughtful advice on the gentlemanly art of graceful correspondence.


  26. Vader's™ Little Princess

    Vader's™ Little Princess

    By Jeffrey Brown

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    In this irresistibly funny follow-up to the breakout bestseller Darth Vader™ and Son, Vader—Sith Lord and leader of the Galactic Empire—now faces the trials, joys, and mood swings of raising his daughter Leia as she grows from a sweet little girl into a rebellious teenager.


  27. How to Speak Klingon™

    How to Speak Klingon™ Essential Phrases for the Intergalactic Traveler

    By Ben Grossblatt • Illustrations by Alex Fine

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    Master the harsh, guttural language of Klingon with this indispensable audio phrasebook. This amusing and enlightening primer on ill-tempered and proud Klingon culture uses a built-in sound module to teach readers an array of crucial compliments (“You bludgeon divinely.”), toasts (“Today is a good day to die”), and insults (“Your mother has a smooth forehead”) as well as phrases used commonly in intergalactic travel (“Passport? My fist is my passport!”), theatergoing (“Two for Romulan and Juliet”), and more.


  28. Bike Snob Abroad

    Bike Snob Abroad Strange Customs, Incredible Fiets, and the Quest for Cycling Paradise

    By BikeSnobNYC

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    In his new book, BikeSnobNYC reaches the final frontier of cycling: riding with the family. As his choice to take to the road with his toddler son in tow is met with bewilderment and disapproval from onlookers and the occasional motorist, he ponders why it’s such a taboo.


  29. A History of Weapons

    A History of Weapons Crossbows, Caltrops, Catapults, & Lots of Other Things that Can Seriously Mess You Up

    By John O’Bryan

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    One day a prehistoric guy picked up a rock and threw it at something. And the history of weapons began. Comedy writer and weapon nerd John O’Bryan relays the freaky highlights of man’s centuries-old obsession with weaponry. He hilariously explains the mace, the morning star, and the man catcher, while conveying factual information about each weapon: its history, uses, and badass potential.


  30. Pantone: Fifty Grays Journal

    Pantone: Fifty Grays Journal

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    Who better to unleash fifty stunning shades of gray than the color experts at Pantone?


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