The Lighter Side of Life
In the mood for something factual, yet not too scholarly?
These accessible nonfiction reads will make you think, laugh, and otherwise appreciate the delightfully quirky world around you.
There and Back Again: An Actor's Tale
PN2287.A78 A3 2004
The precocious young actor tells the story of his life thus far, including his experiences as a cast member of The Lord of the Rings films.
He's Just Not That Into You
Two-snaps-up dating advice from writers who've contributed to HBO's smash hit Sex and the City.
A Short History of Nearly Everything
Get wise to the ways of science in this witty history of the multi-faceted discipline.
When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?
The master of blunt declarations is back with his pointed observations about human behavior and the world we live in. Contains strong language and scathing satire.
Decisions made in a moment are the subject of this provocative read about human behavior.
England's hippest novelist tells true-life tales about his life-long obsession with soccer.
While trying to read the Encyclopedia Britannica, Jacobs confronts his feelings of inferiority and his desire to have children.
Autobiography of a Fat Bride: True Tales of a Pretend Adulthood
PS3614.O785 Z463 2003
Who says maturity has to be boring? Notaro's zig-zag journey from single life to domestic "bliss" is crammed with side-splitting complications.
Eats, Shoots and Leaves
Banish your grade-school demons with this commonsense, fun guide to good grammar and punctuation.
How to Eat Like a Republican
Coca-cola, ketchup and conservative thinking are the mainstays of this cookbook, which celebrates "back to basics" cooking with a smidge of political humor.
It Seemed Important at the Time
CT275.V234 A3 2004
The life and loves of a fashion maven are chronicled in this witty, yet still touching, memoir.