Non-Fiction - Humor/Comedy

Engaging College Students

A Fun and Edgy Guide for Professors
By Mike Kowis

I teach English as a second language at a university in China, and I am always reading books that deal with education in my ongoing effort to improve myself, stay current in my field, and in general make my classes more fun and productive. Most...

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Heresies of Music: An A-Z Diagnostic Guide

An A-Z Diagnostic Guide
By Patrick Brislan

Heresies of Music: An A-Z Diagnostic Guide by Patrick Brislan is a book that will appeal to music aficionados. It’s a hilarious book that dissects facts about the traditions of music, great musical figures, singers and composers, concepts, and a lot of what people have...

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How My Cat Made Me a Better Man

By Jeremy Feig

After graduating from college, Jeremy Feig decided to move to Los Angeles. Little did Jeremy know that his life in Los Angeles would not be a bed of roses. Once day Jeremy began to reflect on his life. He realized that it was the terrible...

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Meet My Famous Friends

By Rich Disilvio

Meet My Famous Friends by Rich Disilvio is a delightful series of images that combines facts about famous people with their iconic portraits, cleverly modified to create puns on their names. Over two dozen famous friends are featured, and the roll call is a sweeping...

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The Humorous Side of Trucking

By Buck Boylan

The Humorous Side of Trucking is a collection of nonfiction memoirs written by Buck Boylan. Boylan has been a steelworker, scuba enthusiast and long-haul trucker, and his stories, columns and articles have been published in magazines and newspapers. His acceptance to a local tractor-trailer school...

Living in Italy: The Real Deal

How to Survive the Good Life
By Stef Smulders

Stef Smulders' Living in Italy: The Real Deal is a thoroughly entertaining read and a unique introduction to ‘the Italian way’! While attending a university course, Stef and husband, Nico, decide almost on a whim to buy a property in the wine region of Pavia...

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Vagrants in Paradise

A Travel-Humor Essay
By Paul Howard

Vagrants in Paradise is a non-fiction memoir written by Paul Howard. After travelling to Hawaii with the hopes of acquiring some of life’s knowledge which could not be gained in a classroom, Paul and his friends, Nate, Dupree, Dalton and Manny quickly learn what happens...

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Laugh and Learn About English with Luke

Seriously Funny English
By Luke Zimmermann

Laugh & Learn About English with Luke: Seriously Funny English is a collection of hysterical stories compiled by an English language teacher. Each story is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud! Inside the book, author Luke Zimmermann shares stories about people trying to learn...

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Funny Emails You Should Have Kept, But Didn't

By Gregg and Dianne Stroud

Funny Emails You Should Have Kept, But Didn’t is a humorous book written by Gregg and Dianne Stroud. Most people in their working lives have received emails which, whether true or fiction, brought about a chuckle and a much-welcomed break from the monotony of the...

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I Am Funny Like That:

A Funny Look At Life
By Helen C.Escott

I Am Funny Like That: A Funny Look at Life by Helen C. Escott made me laugh out loud many times, shake my head, and say "WOW, I can relate to that." Several times I had to read my husband a passage that was...

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