So the summer is practically over and you know what? Good! It was the most awful summer of my life. In fact, it couldn’t go away quick enough. Bring on the winter. I’m ready for short days, cold, snow, and hiding fat under my sweater. About the only thing that was worthwhile this summer were the 9 books (I use that term very loosely, since there are more pictures than words on many of the pages) that I read this summer.
Each one with its own sarcastic message or purpose that made me feel better in some small way. If you have been burned this summer by people and not the sun – I highly suggest you pick up one of these ‘quality’ reads. It may not be that educational…but at least it will make you laugh. And when all you want to do is cry, laughter is the best medicine or revenge.
Why should you read it? Because if all else fails and you have free time, you might as well try and make your cat a celebrity.
Why should you read it? Because it is a book that features 30 Nutella recipes. Who doesn’t like Nutella?!
Why should you read it? Because when you are down, this little book has some inspirational quotes. Despite the title, it has nothing to with bowel movements, even if there is a toilet bowl on the cover.
Why should you read it? Just like the book about Nutella, “Rooster Sauce” might be the second best condiment to ever have been created.
Why should you read it? Emma Koenig’s popular posts from her blog including some new material that illustrates the ups and downs of being an adult and on your own.
Why should you read it? What’s better than cuddling up with what is probably the geekiest book out there…Want to know everything and anything about the Zelda franchise? Shigeru Miyamoto opens the book with an introduction and from there, you are welcomed to the wonderful and vast world of Zelda.
Why should you read it? When you are alone, down and need to surround yourself with friends. The couch book is a great way to keep a diary on friends who slept over on the couch when you needed them most.
Why should you read it? Even though we pride ourselves on being connected all the time…sometimes you just need to unplug. This book offers nuggets for appreciating the world around you , not just what’s on Facebook.
Why should you read it? The only cat that tells it like it is. The official Grumpy Cat book offers everything you expect from Grumpy and more. When all else fails, you can always rely on Grumpy Cat to tell you life sucks.