If you need a little humor in your life, take a look at the books on this list. They'll put a smile on your face in no time
Cody’s move from California to New Sodom, Massachusetts, is a dead loss, until he begins to understand why he’s an outsider among the other students at his new school, the well-endowed, aptly named Vlad Dracul High.
His best friend reveals that he is gay and his wildly inappropriate English project causes controversy. But, like lots of 17-year old boys, Mitch mostly has sex on his mind in this hilarious and touching “guy book.”
It's not easy being a worm, especially when your story is being told by Far Side cartoonist Larson.
While coaching his best friend Ginny, a star tennis player who's in a slump, Stan finds himself falling for her.
Fifteen-year-old Artemis journeys to Tombstone, Arizona, in 1882 to avenge the murder of his uncle, in a Western spoof complete with dastardly villains.
Fourteen-year-old Mia, who is trying to lead a normal life as a teenage girl in New York City, is shocked to learn that her father is the Prince of Genovia, a small European principality, and that she is a princess and the heir to the throne.
This 5-book "trilogy" will keep a grin on your face as you travel around the galaxy with the befuddled human Arthur Dent, alien Ford Prefect and two-headed egomaniac Zaphod Beeblebrox.
Snappy dialogue and funny footnotes help tell the story of a Seattle fifteen-year-old caught up in a comedy of errors involving her boyfriends, official and unofficial, her best friends, and her parents.
The morning of his 16th birthday, David Schumacher changes his name to "Blue Avenger" and begins his fight to abolish handguns, win the love of Omaha Nebraska Brown, discover the secret of weepless lemon meringue pie, and learn to control fate. A quirky, comic, smart novel.
Wylie Jackson and his pet cattalo (a cross between a longhorn cow and a buffalo) join a cattle drive until Wylie, faced with killing his first calf, turns vegetarian and runs off in search of adventure.