Free humour Kindle books for 03 Apr 15

The Bad Kids Book of Poems: Cautionary Verse For Morals, Manners, and Not Being Stupid

by Darrell Wright

This book of 32 humorous, rhyming poems and 105 color cartoons is about kids who do things they shouldn’t do, like being reckless, selfish, gluttonous, foolish, disrespectful, malicious, impulsive, lazy, stupid, dishonest, disobedient, petulant, unkind, irresponsible, unhygienic, imprudent, etc., and the unfortunate but darkly humorous consequences of such behavior. Especially since some of the kids in the poems end up maimed or dead and on account of the dark humor (although none of the cartoons are gory or morally objectionable), parents might want to consider whether this book is appropriate for their children, especially if they are under the age of about 9 or 10. The target audience is kids from about 9 to 99 years old. Besides the several poems one can preview on Amazon, here are two other shorter ones:

Gossiping Gail –

Gail liked to gossip

Behind the others’ backs;

But this made some girls angry;

One attacked her with an ax.

Ricky the Unsafe Rider-

Ricky used to ride his bike

Without reflectors on;

And now he rides a wheelchair,

Since both his legs are gone.

My Year with Meryl Streep: 52 Films in 52 Weeks

by Brian Rowe

Who doesn’t love Meryl Streep?

The star of Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie’s Choice, and The Devil Wears Prada has been entertaining audiences for nearly four decades. She’s been nominated for nineteen Academy Awards and counting. She’s starred in dramas, comedies, musicals. She’s even been an action star.

For all of 2014, author Brian Rowe watched one Meryl movie each week, in chronological order â?? everything from her 1977 debut drama, Julia, to her 2014 musical spectacular, Into the Woods. This book invites readers to spend a year with our greatest living actress, and marvel in the evolution of the wondrous Meryl Streep.


by Alexis Kypridemos

Nana Fritzie, her grandson Lonnie and his boyfriend Bee Bee have to fight for their lives when their basset hound Bucky grows to the size of a building.

Calendar 2012 – Clown

by Aleksandr Aleshichev

2012 Calendar on theme of clowns

Minnie Tales by Grandma Minnie Breakstone Dirty Stories from an old Jewish Grandma

by Minnie Breakstone

Minnie Tales by Grandma Minnie Breakstone
Funny and dirty stories from an ol’ Jewish Grandma.

This wonderful book is filled with stories, dirty jokes and anecdotes told to Steve Breakstone by his Grandma Minnie Breakstone when she was about 90 years of age. Her wisdom, insight and humor have lit up the lives of the Breakstone family and retiree communities in Florida for decades, and now they are here for you to enjoy.

American No-Brainer: Truthiness, Justicity, and the Colbertarian Way

by Isaac Bickerstaff

This publication is a survival guide for the remnants of The Colbert Nationâ?¦a tool box for those current and future one-percenters who want to spread the WÃ?RD of Colbertarianismâ?¦a handbook for the Truthiness warriors in the growing struggle between good and evil, i.e., between POPICOC and the insidious Coal Bear Society.

If you don’t know what we’re talking aboutâ?¦these aren’t the droids you’re looking for. Move along!

Dark Gallery Cartoons

by dm moore

A collection of mouse drawn single panel cartoons from my first computer in 1987 to the present…
Topics are widely varied…

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