Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Still More Book Titles

All righty then, I'm not sure why they're called Tank Books, and I'm not entirely sure I like the concept, but they are unique and attention-grabbing.

Maybe someone could pick up a little second-hand literacy.



How to Prevent Animal Poisoning, by Ann Thrax.

Droopy Drawers, by Lucy Lastic.

Irish Flooring, by Lynn O'Leum.

Do-It-Yourself Housing, by Bill Jerome.

Holmes Does It Again, by Scott Linyard.

The Most Famous Works of Leo Tolstoy, by Warren Peace.

French Cooking, by Sue Flay.

Wind in the Willows, by Russell N. Gleaves.

Springtime! by Theresa Green.

[with thanks to Monday Fodder via Wit and Wisdom]


WORDS for YOUR WEEK: "The smallest bookstore still contains more ideas of worth than have been presented in the entire history of television." (Andrew Ross)


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