Best Urban Legends Humor Books
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1. The Ultimate Dad Joke Book: 501 Hilarious Puns, Funny One Liners and Clean Cheesy Dad Jokes for Kids (Gifts for Dad)
Author: by Hugh Murmie
Father’s Day 2021 is right around the corner – snag this easy gift for your favorite guy! The Ultimate Dad Joke Book is jam packed with family friendly, clean and hysterical jokes that are great for everyone from your toddler to your great-grandma!
Buckle up and get ready for some knee slapping, head shaking and gut busting laughter every time you flip a page. Over 500 hilarious jokes, puns and one-linersSqueaky clean, family safe jokes for kids (and adults) of all agesGreat selection of time honored classics and all new jokes for 2020Grab your copy today and channel your inner dad with some amazingly groan worthy humor bombs!
2. Gomer the Gassy Goat: A Fart-Filled Tale
Author: by Hayley Rose
The Authentic Original (Just like your DAD! Great Holiday Gift for DadA fun collection of 100 “so bad they’re good” Dad Jokes. Well, he’ll laugh, you may not. Eye rolls and groans guaranteed! We’ve redesigned the book for a fresh new look at the original Dad Jokes.
Bring laughter and wordplay home to share with Dad and the rest of the Family!
4. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: Three Books to Chill Your Bones: All 3 Scary Stories Books with the Original Art!
Author: by Alvin Schwartz
NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTUREAll of the Scary Stories books are now available in one hardcover! These stories are some of the most terrifying tales of horror, revenge, and supernatural events of all time, collected and retold by Alvin Schwartz and featuring the classic artwork by Stephen Gammell.
This jacketed hardcover edition includes the complete original books in the series in one volume:Scary Stories to Tell in the DarkMore Scary Stories to Tell in the DarkScary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones
5. The Worst Book in the Whole Entire World
Author: by Joey Acker
Poor Nameless tries to explain to the reader why this book is simply the WORST book in the whole entire world! Will he succeed in his noble quest? Is he part of the reason this book is the worst?? Will it have a happy ending or the worst ending ever???
The Worst Book in the Whole Entire World is a humorous and witty tale for young and seasoned readers. Whatever you do though, don’t read it out loud! You may catch wind of these words: booger, stinky, toot, and booty.
You’ve been warned, but you’ll still want to see what happens next in this hilarious adventure! Entire World Books is a fun laugh out loud series geared towards ages 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and is great for beginner and young reluctant readers. Boys, girls, primary school students, adults, and parents can enjoy this new quirky and silly children’s book series.
DISCLAIMER: this book is not meant to be educational or considered a literary classical masterpiece by any means. This story is the worst AND these illustrations are the worst.That’s the idea! However, if you and your child have a clever and unique sense of humor then this very well may be the book for you.
6. The Scariest Book in the Whole Entire World (Entire World Books)
Author: by Joey Acker
BOO!!!You found The Scariest Book in the Whole Entire World! After Nameless finishes explaining why ‘The Worst Book in the Whole Entire World’ is the WORST, he now finds himself in the SCARIEST book! Nameless attempts to inform the reader of the perils that await them, but he unfortunately forgets some along the way!
Will he be brave enough to make it to the end? Will YOU be brave enough to make it to the end?? Is there really a unicorn in this book???Wait…What?!?!? The Scariest Book in the Whole Entire World is a humorous and witty tale for young and seasoned readers.
It is also a great story to read along with a parent, brother, sister, dog, cat, or even your favorite stuffed animal. Seriously, who would want to read the SCARIEST book alone?? The Entire World Books series is geared towards ages 3-9 and is great for beginner and reluctant readers.
Boys, girls, primary school students, adults, and parents can enjoy this new quirky and silly children’s book series. DISCLAIMER: the following book is not intended to be educational or considered a literary classical masterpiece by any means. However, if you have some reluctant readers, they may enjoy this easy-to-read series.
7. The Epic Book Of World War II Heroes: 27 Fearless Men That Changed the War
Author: by Chili Mac Books
Give our war survivors the reward they appreciate the most: hear their stories. With an estimated 18. 8 million war veterans living in the United States, you have a 1 in 15 chance of meeting a veteran without even knowing it. But as time goes on, we have fewer and fewer World War II veterans left to share their experiences.
How high are your chances of hearing their heroic stories? How likely are you to learn the profound details of their experiences? As the population of World War II veterans among us decreases, the best way to honor them is to take time and listen to their stories.
Have you heard of Doris Dorie Miller, who started as a laundry boy and ended up having his face on the recruitment poster for the Navy (while becoming the first African-American to be awarded the Navy Cross in 1942)? Or the story of Robert B.
Nett, who won the final battle in reclaiming the Philippines for the US as a lieutenant – while surviving two near-fatal wounds and meeting his wife-to-be, an army nurse? Every man who served in the US army during World War II has a story to tell.
8. The Queen of the Cicadas (Fiction Without Frontiers)
Author: by V. Castro
“In the age of phony fiction, V. Castro is the voice of authenticity; una voz que lucha por la igualdad. Dark, atmospheric, sexy, and dangerous, her fiction brings readers her unfiltered Latinx essence and a unique pulpy flavor.Her work matters.
Read it.” Gabino Iglesias, author of Coyote Songs 2018 – Belinda Alvarez has returned to Texas for the wedding of her best friend Veronica. The farm is the site of the urban legend, La Reina de Las Chicharras – The Queen of The Cicadas.
In 1950s south Texas a farmworke r- Milagros from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, is murdered. Her death is ignored by the town, but not the Aztec goddess of death, Mictecachuatl. The goddess hears the dying cries of Milagros and creates a plan for both to be physically reborn by feeding on vengeance and worship.
Belinda and the new owner of the farmhouse – Hector, find themselves immersed in the legend and realize it is part of their fate as well. FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
9. Moth Busters (Freaky Florida Mystery Adventures Book 1)
Author: by Margaret Lashley
May 22, 2019
“Hilarious, weird and entertaining!” “The X-Files has found its funny bone!”The Truth is Out There Way WAY Out ThereGrowing up in backwoods Florida, Bobbie Drex has seen it all from two-headed turtles to two-timing boyfriends. Her life of hard knocks has left her short on cash, but she’s still packing enough snark to give any whack-job a run for his money.Or so she thinks.
But when a mysterious stranger arrives at her mechanic shop seeking repairs to his rundown RV, suddenly it’s Bobbie who’s in for a complete overhaul… Norman Bates in a turban.Gonadal twins. Mothman pooper-scoopers. In an instant, the world she once knew skitters totally off its Southern axis!
Is the mystery man crazy? Or is he the only sane one in the bunch? The more Bobbie discovers about him, the less certain she becomes about reality itself… Ready for some pure, escapist fun? Grab a can of mosquito repellent and a lawn chair.
Then sit back and relax. Things are about to go sidesplittingly off the rails in the Sunshine State!Like Carl Hiassen?Tim Dorsey?Janet Evanovich? Then you’ll probably love Moth Busters, too! The weirdness of The X-Files and the unwashed insanity of Florida itself collide to form this deliciously snarky, totally abnormal mystery series.
10. The Worst Birthday Book in the Whole Entire World (Entire World Books)
Author: by Joey Acker
Happy birthday…Or not… Because this is the Worst Birthday Book in the Whole Entire World! Nameless, the rock with the fancy red hat on the cover, tries to explain to the reader why this book is simply the worst BIRTHDAY book ever.
What could possibly be so bad about a book about birthdays? Whose birthday is it?? Is there really a mad cow in this book?Wait…WHAT?!? The Worst Birthday Book in the Whole Entire World is a humorous and witty tale for young and seasoned readers.
This book may make the best or quite possibly the worst birthday gift you could give someone… The Entire World Books series is geared towards ages 3-9 and is great for beginner and reluctant readers. Boys, girls, primary school students, adults, and parents can enjoy this new quirky and silly children’s book series.
DISCLAIMER: the following book is not intended to be educational or considered a literary classical masterpiece by any means. However, if you have some reluctant readers, they may enjoy this easy-to-read series. Think ‘The Book with No Pictures’ humor, but with…Pictures…
11. War at the Ice Cream Store: Mustachio Pistachio vs Bully Vanilli (Frank TL Frogg and Friends)
Author: by Cheryl DaVeiga
Parents are raving about this hilarious, Readers’ Favorite 5-Star-rated delight! You’re going to love this story about how Mustachio Pistachio and his “flavorite” friends teach Bully Vanilli a lesson in kindness and acceptance”Funny, punny, and a little bit nutty, this book is a win!” – Cover Lover “Amazing children’s book – must read!
I enjoyed reading it as much as my kids… Definitely one we can read over and over… Had us laughing!” – She Just Loves Books “Although War at the Ice Cream Store is meant for kids I can unabashedly say that I enjoyed it tremendously.
Cover Lover “The engaging story and illustrations are sure to have your child giggling!” – B.J. Taylor “I triple fudge dare you not to smile and laugh as you enjoy this book.” – Laura S Reading Grab your copy and let the fun begin!
Perfect for kids 4-8 and adults of all ages. Don’t forget to visit the Frank TL Frogg and Friends website to watch War at the Ice Cream Store come alive with the puppet-narrated, musical version with sing-along War at the Ice Cream Store song.
12. Urban Legends: Bizarre Tales You Won't Believe
Author: by James Proud
Bizarre tales you won’t believe of The Titanic, nuclear cockroaches, alligators in the subway, the two-headed dog, Black Bart the Pirate, Bonnie and Clyde, The Bunny Man, and much more!Fact or fiction? Did you hear about the kids who found a Ferrari buried in their garden?
What about the man who sued Satan? Or the woman who woke up in the middle of her funeral? Do you know the legend of the Bunny Man? There are some stories that people will claim are true without a doubt, no matter the circumstance.
This collection showcases the best of these fascinating and often creepyWhether you believe these urban myths or not, they have the power to unnerve and enthrall us all. This incredible compilation of captivating stories will keep readers on the edge of their seats.
13. The Best Dad Ever – My Awesome Farting Father: A Funny Read Aloud Picture Book With Rhyming Story – Perfect Father's Day Gift (Fartastic Tales)
Author: by Joy Tyler
The Best Dad Ever – My Awesome Dad is a funny read aloud picture book with rhyming story. A beautiful story about a funny and loving dad who always finds a way to cheer up his kid, who is very supportive in all sorts of situations and can make you laugh any time.
Read along to find out how he does it. This hilarious read aloud story is appropriate for people of all ages who appreciate funny farts humor (that is not overly gross). The book features:8.5″ x 8. 5″ sizeBeautiful glossy coverHilarious storyFull color beautiful hand-drawn illustrations by a professional artistThe perfect Father’s Day GiftGreat for entertaining the little onesBook 3 of The “Fartastic Tales” SeriesAlso in these series:Lucas The Farting LeprechaunBenny The Farting BunnyNew Books Coming Soon!Collect them all!
14. The Science Behind Farting: A Funny Book About Farts, Science, Nature & How Things Work (Funny STEAM)
Author: by Science Kids University
Finally, a funny kid’s book series dedicated to learning about how things work, even the smelliest of things! The first funny STEAM or STEM book series for people of all ages to enjoy!
15. So You Think You Know CANADA, Eh?: Fascinating Fun Facts and Trivia about Canada for the Entire Family (Knowledge Nuggets Series)
Author: by Marianne Jennings
How well do you REALLY know Canada? Did you know:Santa Claus is a Canadian citizen? That hockey is NOT the official national sport of Canada? The Canadian passport contains hidden images? Canada could have been named Britannia or Borealia?
Parts of Canada are as cold as Mars? A Canadian pharmacist invented peanut butter? If you’re Canadian, know any Canadians, or have ever wanted to know more about Canada, this fun little fact book will help. Inside this TWO-HOUR, easy-to-read book, you’ll discover fun nuggets of knowledge and trivia about:The kind people who live thereAll things maple syrupA list of cool Canadian inventionsFamous and amazing CanadiansUnique historyThe breathtaking natureA few words to help you speak Canadian As a fun bonus and to test how well you and your friends REALLY know Canada, there’s a fun short quiz with answers at the end to test your Canadian knowledge.
This is a great gift for family, friends, co-workers and anyone you think would enjoy learning more about Canada. Check out the “Look Inside” to see more of the topics covered. SCROLL UP to the Top and hit that BUY BUTTON and we’ll see you on the inside..:)
16. Encyclopedia of Urban Legends
Author: by Jan Harold Brunvand
The definitive word on the subject from the dean of urban legend studies. We all know those stories that are too bizarre to be trueroasted babies, vanishing hitchhikers, scuba divers in treesbut have you heard about the ice man or the bullet baby?
This comprehensive and compellingly readable reference work will answer all your urban legend questions, offering alphabetical entries on every aspect of the subject, including descriptions of hundreds of individual legends and their variations, legend themes, and scholarly approaches to the genre.
Other entries discuss the relationship of urban legends to literature, film, comic books, music, and many other areas of popular culture. A Booklist Editors’ Choice 2001 Reference Book. “Unlike most encyclopedias, this one may be read cover to cover.”Choice “Compiled by the foremost authority on this form of contemporary folklore….
Superb.”Library Journal 60 black and white illustrations