Every now and then a book comes along with a title that’s. . . different.
Instead of something simplistic that best sums up the content for readers, the author instead chooses to veer off the beaten path with something humorous. Below we’ve listed some of our favorite examples. Have a look!
My Ideal Boyfriend is a Croissant by Laura Dockrill
This honest, laugh-out-loud novel brimming with body positivity, bite-sized nuggets of feminism, and commentary on eating will have readers rooting for sixteen-year-old BB as she navigates her world while maintaining her plucky zest for life even in the most trying of times.
It's a food diary. I have to tell the truth. That's the point.
Sixteen-year-old Bluebelle, also known as BB or Big Bones, lives her life unapologe...
In 1988 Ann Druffel, who has researched UFOs for 40 years, discovered a little-known fact that had been drowned in abduction hysteria--documented evidence that people have successfully fended off attack by the "greys," the short, big-eyed aliens now familiar through so much popular media. Using her database of 250 case studies, including 70 "resisters," Druffel has ascertained 9 techniques that witnesses use to ward off alien ...
Knitting has been around for centuries and has been unfairly designated a women’s activity. Ew. There’s a lot of enjoyment to be found in it for everyone, and Dave Fougner has set out to break down stereotypes and show just how universal knitting really is. Break out those needles, peeps!
Dave Fougner initially published this book in the hope that it would encourage men to take up knitting, or that those who did would openly embrace it. In it, he provides step-by-step guide for beginners as well as those taking up the needles again.
Summer with the Leprechauns: A True Story by Tanis Helliwell
Wait, what? This is a true story? We’re ready to search for that pot of gold.
An astonishing true story about one woman’s journey to Ireland where she lived in a cottage with leprechauns. These seldom-seen beings taught her about the evolution of elementals—the race to which leprechauns, faeries, elves, trolls belong.
Outwitting Squirrels: 101 Cunning Stratagems to Reduce Dramatically the Egregious Misappropriation of Seed from Your Birdfeeder by Squirrels by Bill Adler
Those pesky squirrels have been snatching food from our birdfeeders forever, but now, finally, we have a way to fight back! The cover art for this book, featuring a squirrel with a top hat and evil mustache, is also perfectly hilarious.
Outwitting Squirrels: 101 Cunning Stratagems to Reduce Dramatically the Egregious Misappropriation of Seed from Your Birdfeeder by Squirrels
This classic defense manual for the besieged birder has been fully updated to deal with the more tech-savvy twenty-first-century squirrel. It provides 101 cunning strategies, both serious and hilarious, for outsmarting these furry, but not so cute, creatures.
All My Friends Are Dead by Avery Monsen
This dark comedy is everything you could want it to be. The title paired with the cover image of a green dinosaur with an oh-my-god stare is iconic and hysterical.
From the sock whose only friends have gone missing to the houseplant whose friends are being slowly killed by irresponsible plant owners (like you), All My Friends Are Dead presents hilariously entertaining stories about life and existential predicaments.
How to Raise Your I.Q. by Eating Gifted Children by Lewis Frumkes
Well, this title is certainly unique! Mr. Frumkes has a different way of trying to pique a potential reader’s curiosity.
Profane, affectionate, and radically honest, California Book Award-winning author Adam Mansbach's verses perfectly capture the familiar--and unspoken--tribulations of putting your little angel down for the night. In the process, they open up a conversation about parenting, granting us permission to admit our frustrations, and laugh at their absurdity.
Everything I Know About Women I Learned from My Tractor by Roger Welsch
Hmm, that’s certainly a title we haven’t heard before. Sounds like a hit country song in the making!
Everything I Know About Women I Learned from My Tractor
This humorous guide examines everything from evading capture and the old catch-and-release tactic, to the dreaded blind date. This "ultimate contribution to mankind" reveals the coveted trade secrets Roger Welsch holds dear and deserves prominent placement on the bookshelf of every self-respecting male.
What book do you think has the funniest title? Let us know in the comments!