Humor

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It has been said that before going out for a night on the town a lady would do well to take a moment, study herself in the gilded mirror in the foyer, and remove one item of ornamentation—a piece o

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Don’t let the diminutive size of Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut: Essays & Observations fool you—it’s filled with big laughs, emotions, angst and enough four-letter words to get Kargman ki

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What’s for Dinner? Quirky, Squirmy Poems from the Animal World is far more than a collection of 29 delightful and sometimes surprising poems for children.

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Successfully mixing two genres—comedy and crime—is a daunting task, but talented writers, like Tim Dorsey, manage to accomplish what readers seek in the mixture of the two.

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“Phineas and Ferb” is a popular animated children’s series on the Disney Channel.

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So . . . who saw School of Rock? That 2004 movie with Jack Black? Anyone . . . anyone? Bueller?

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There are any number of handbooks for surviving a zombie apocalypse. These days, with the popularity of the variously undead, it’s practically become a genre in and of itself.

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Nora Ephron is back, with her introspective look at life, recalling all that she hasn’t yet forgotten.

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When reading Gina Ochsner’s The Russian Dreambook of Color and Flight, I kept asking myself what, exactly, this book is. It is a parable, limned with metaphors? Is it magical realism?

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FIRST-TIME AUTHOR WRITES INSIDER’S VIEW OF NEWSPAPER BUSINESS would be the headline for The Imperfectionists, which begins each chapter with a different heading (some humorous and others m

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As Mma Ramotswe and her friend sat together having red bush tea, “She closed her eyes.

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To define Hazie Coogan’s relationship with legendary actress Katherine Kenton is no easy task. She is more than a personal assistant, companion, housemaid, or even number-one fan.

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Cat the Cat, Who is THAT? Is a simply written story that teaches friendship to children up to five years of age.

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It’s easy to imagine author Dixon sitting in libraries and film archives taking copious notes.

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