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Napalm & silly putty / by Carlin, George.;
Subjects: American wit and humor.;
© c2001., Hyperion,
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Fables for our time : and famous poems illustrated / by Thurber, James,1894-1961.;
Fables: Mouse who went to the country -- Little girl and the wolf -- Two turkeys -- Tiger who understood people -- Fairly intelligent fly -- Lion who wanted to zoom -- Very proper gander -- Moth and the star -- Shrike and the chipmunks -- Seal who became famous -- Hunter and the elephant -- Scotty who knew too much -- Bear who let it alone -- Owl who was God -- Sheep in wolf's clothing -- Stork who married a dumb wife -- Green isle in the sea -- Crow and the oriole -- Elephant who challenged the world -- Birds and the foxes -- Courtship of Arthur and Al -- Hen who wouldn't fly -- Glass in the field -- Tortoise and the hare -- Patient and the bloodhound -- Unicorn in the garden -- Rabbits who caused all the trouble -- Hen and the heavens. -- Poems: Excelsior -- Sands of o'Dee -- Lochinvar -- Locksley hall -- "Oh when I was you -- Curfew must not ring to-night -- Barbara Fretchie -- Glove and the lions -- Ben Bolt.
Subjects: American wit and humor.;
© 1990., Perennial Library,
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Let's explore diabetes with owls [sound recording] : essays, etc. / by Sedaris, David.;
Read by the author.From the perils of French dentistry to the eating habits of the Australian kookaburra, from the squat-style toilets of Beijing to the particular wilderness of a North Carolina Costco, we learn about the absurdity and delight of a curious traveler's experiences. Whether railing against the habits of litterers in the English countryside or marveling over a disembodied human arm in a taxidermist's shop, Sedaris takes us on side-splitting adventures that are not to be forgotten."From the unique perspective of David Sedaris comes a new book of essays taking his readers on a bizarre and stimulating world tour. From the perils of French dentistry to the eating habits of the Australian kookaburra, from the squat-style toilets of Beijing to the particular wilderness of a North Carolina Costco, we learn about the absurdity and delight of a curious traveler's experiences. Whether railing against the habits of litterers in the English countryside or marveling over a disembodied human arm in a taxidermist's shop, Sedaris takes us on side-splitting adventures that are not to be forgotten" -- from publisher's web site.Produced by Maja Thomas with Michele McGonigle ; directed by Maja Thomas ; mixed and mastered by Tommy Harron ; featuring music by Andrew Bird.
Subjects: Audiobooks.; American wit and humor.;
© p2013., Hachette Audio
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Native American humor :
How to receive a challenge / Hugh Henry Brackenridge -- Almanack drolleries -- Definition / Patrick Henry -- Battle of the kegs / New Jersy Gazette -- Pithy reply -- Dr. Franklin -- Bring back my bonnie -- Humours of well-fed dominie double-chin -- The indian treaty man / Hugh Henry Brackenridge -- Jack and Gill, a scholarly commentary / Joseph Dennie -- Family portraits from Cockloft Hall / Washington Irving & James Kirke Paulding -- Tend to your part -- Green Mountains boy -- Center shot -- My first visit to Portland / Seba Smith -- A useful coon skin / David Crockett -- Soft Sawder / Thomas Chandler Haliburton -- The hoss swap / Augustus Baldwin Longstreet -- Character of the Virginians / Joseph G. Baldwin -- Two Penn State pungents -- The trumpet sounds -- The great charter contest in Gotham / Cornelius Mathews -- Mississippi politics, Yankee-style / J.F.H. Claiborne -- Indian sign -- Training day / H.H. Riley -- Lilly Davy & Ole Goliah / Baynard Rust Hall -- The Hoosier / Dan Marble -- Proof / Albert Pike -- Fox grapes / William Tappan Thompson -- Declaration of independence -- My first call in the swamp / Henry Clay Lewis (Madison Tensas) -- Unrehearsed stage effect / Sol Smith -- Politics makes bedfellows / Henry S. Foote -- Taking the census / Johnson Hooper -- Never bet the devil your head / Edgar Allan Poe -- Turned tables -- Mike Hooter's tall bar story / William Hall -- An unfortunate race / Sol Smith.Frolic in the knobs / George Washington Harris -- The shifty man / Johnson J. Hooper -- Somebody in my bed -- The finishing-up country / Thomas Bangs Thorpe -- Shaking hands / Edward Everett -- Whar Joe went to -- Fare you well, Joe Clark -- Up to the lord / Johnson J. Hooper -- Going to bed before a young lady / Stephen A. Douglas -- Sloshin about -- A sleep-walking incident -- Uncle Josie and the sheriff / T.A. Burke -- My first appearance at the bar / Josephn G. Baldwin -- Law on the frontier / Samuel A. Hammett -- Sorry Coopering -- How Daddy lovingood played hoss / George Washington Harris -- Miss Albina McLush / N.P. Willis -- The Deacon's trout / Henry Ward Beecher -- A piano in Arkansas / Thomas Bangs Thorpe -- Lightwood -- Broadway theatrics, 1855 / Mortimer Thompson (Q.K. Philander Doesticks) -- Parson Bullen's lizardfs / George Washington Harris -- Melancholy accident / George Horatio Derby -- Prenticiana / George D. Prentice -- San Diego / George Horatio Derby -- Things in general / Henry Wheeler Shaw (Josh Billings) -- Hezekiah Bedott / Frances Miriam Whicher -- Illustrated newspapers ; Critique of the plains, ode symphonie par jabez tarbox / George Horatio Derby -- Minority report / Jonathan F. Kelley -- How Congress governs / William Wirt Howe -- How Abe received the news / Charles Farrar Browne (Artemus Ward) -- The latest improvements in artillery / Robert H. Newell (Orpheus C. Kerr) -- Special order -- The yankee of it / James Roberts Gilmore (Edmund Kirke).Honest Abe's instances -- Shiloh -- Waifs & strays from the late unpleasantness -- Gain for somebody -- The evidence in the case / Samuel L. Clemens -- Dehorning the dilemma -- Petroleum V. Nasby attempts to draw the color line / David Ross Locke -- Advertising / P.T. Barnum -- Tell and kiss / Charles H. Smith (Bill Arp) -- Newspaper caustics / Ambrose Bierce -- Matter of a hat -- Sam Snaffles -- American Munchausen / William Gilmore Simms -- A very friendly horse / James M. Bailey -- Woman's place / David Ross Locke -- Hospital for liars -- The United States of Boston / Charles Heber Clark (Max Adeler) -- Jud Brownin hears Ruby play / George W. Bagby -- A Jersey centenarian / Francis Harte -- Woman nature -- The frustrated bluejays / Samuel Clemens -- Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox / Joel Chandler Harris -- Change the name of Arkansas? -- Nature of boys / Robert J. Burdette -- Genesis of a ward-heeler / Rufus E. Shapley -- The Kill-ma-roo / Melville D. Landon (Eli Perkins) -- Texas climate / A.E. Sweet -- A resign / Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye -- Abram Jasper's parable / Henry Watterson -- Unkindest cut.
Subjects: American wit and humor.;
© 201?., Kessinger Publlishing,
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You need more sleep : advice from cats / by Marciuliano, Francesco.;
Subjects: Cats; American wit and humor.;
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Thurber & company / by Thurber, James,1894-1961.; Thurber, Helen,comp.;
Subjects: American wit and humor, Pictorial.;
© c1966., Harper & Row,
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You need more sleep : [electronic resource] : advice from cats. by Marciuliano, Francesco.;
Our feline friends have spent eons observing, napping, pondering, napping, and taking notes about the human condition. In between naps, they've realized that we humans could use some catlike guidance when it comes to handling the ups and downs of life. In this book they've condescended to share their invaluable wisdom in short advice columns such as "Always Stay at Least 30 Feet from a Loved One" and "Never Let Anyone Dress You." Whether it's coping with romance, surviving a social gathering, or clawing your way to the top of the corporate ladder only to realize you can't get down, the cats in this ebook will have you relaxed and ready to take on the world! Just after one more nap.Electronic reproduction.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nonfiction.; Cats; American wit and humor.; Humor (Nonfiction).; Pets.;
© 2015.,
On-line resources: http://kirtland.lib.overdrive.com/ContentDetails.htm?ID=DD59B2B7-5E80-4586-B6CA-1CCD673FE3EB -- Click to access digital title in OverDrive.;
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A Prairie Home Companion [sound recording] : 40th anniversary collection / by Keillor, Garrison.; Watson, Doc.; Seeger, Pete,1919-2014.; Atkins, Chet.;
Featuring Garrison Keillor, Doc Watson, Pete Seeger, Chet Atkins and more.Highlights from the 40th anniversary show, with an all-star roster of favorite performers.
Subjects: Radio programs.; Radio comedies.; Lake Wobegon (Minn. : Imaginary place); American wit and humor.;
© 2015., HighBridge Audio,
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Squirrel seeks chipmunk [sound recording] / by Sedaris, David.; Falconer, Ian,1959-; Stritch, Elaine.; Baker, Dylan.; Phillips, Siân,1934-; Clark, Paul.;
Read by David Sedaris, Elaine Stritch, Dylan Baker and Siân Phillips.Music by Paul Clark.Acclaimed non-fiction author David Sedaris presents a collection of animal-themed essays.Disc 1. Cat and the baboon -- Migrating warblers -- Squirrel and the chipmunk -- Toad, the turtle, and the duck -- Motherless bear -- Mouse and the snake -- parenting storks -- Disc 2. Faithful setter -- Crow and the lamb -- Sick rat and the healthy rat -- Cow and the turkey -- Vigilant rabbit -- Judicious brown chicken -- Disc 3. Parrot and the potbellied pig -- Hello kitty -- Grieving owl -- Vomit-eating flies.
Subjects: Audiobooks.; Fables.; American wit and humor.; Bestiaries; Animals; Fables.;
© p2010., Hachette Audio,
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Up front / by Mauldin, Bill,1921-2003.;
A collection of the work of cartoonist Bill Mauldin reflects his experiences as an enlisted man, in cartoons that capture the humor, boredom, and horror of the common soldier's daily life.
Subjects: World War, 1939-1945; American wit and humor, Pictorial.;
© 2000., W.W. Norton,
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