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Humor is the best medicine, and this is the category that will keep you laughing for hours. Browse a selection of books written by talented humorists for your reading enjoyment. Find a comfortable chair, kick back and relax. Great reading is just a click away!

What really tickles your funny bone? Do you enjoy dry and satirical humor or a rollicking good time by reading humorous journal entries? Or do you enjoy a variety, including goofy stories about travel misadventures, animorphic tales, tongue-in-cheek self-help books and the roasting of favorite celebrities?

Authors who suffer from serious bouts of sarcasm have written ridiculously funny tales of woe for your reading pleasure. Tales of dating disasters, career blunders and horrible embarrassment are recounted in detail. Read about people whose glass is always half empty and who always get the short end of the stick.

Whatever your flavor of comedy, find a liberal dose of reading pleasure that is sure to make you chuckle. Share your favorites with friends and family.

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  1. An Ideal Husband
    An Ideal Husband
    by Oscar Wilde

    Rating: 2.2/5 (148 votes cast)

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    This fast-paced comedy of wit and satire is centered on a blackmail scheme of an ethical London politician who committed a crime many years ago to start his fortune. His career, marriage and political ambition are all in jeopardy until his friend saves his ethical life.

    Categories: Humor, Romance

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  2. Gentle Julia
    Gentle Julia
    by Booth Tarkington

    Rating: 2.5/5 (165 votes cast)

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    Teen love at its best...and funniest. The prettiest girl in town has many boyfriends - each who think they are the only one - because she is too nice to say No to anyone.

    Categories: Humor, Romance

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  3. How To Cook Husbands
    How To Cook Husbands
    by Elizabeth Strong Worthington

    Rating: 2.5/5 (213 votes cast)

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    Relationship advice never goes out of style, as we see in this light, humorous look at the care and management of husbands from over 100 years ago. What happens when one woman follows the recipe for cooking up a husband? The results could be delicious or disastrous.

    Categories: Humor, Historical Romance

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  4. Three Men and a Maid
    Three Men and a Maid
    by P. G. Wodehouse

    Rating: 2.5/5 (161 votes cast)

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    Romantic entanglements ensue aboard an ocean liner carrying three men and a woman. Billie Bennet travels with her fiance the poet, her old friend Eustace, and his cousin Sam. All are smitten with the redheaded woman in their midst, with humorous and romantic results.

    Categories: Humor, Historical Romance

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  5. Love Among The Chickens
    Love Among The Chickens

    by P. G. Wodehouse

    Love Among The Chickens
    by P. G. Wodehouse

    Rating: 2.7/5 (185 votes cast)

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    Jeremy Garnet, author, takes his friend Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge up on his offer of a holiday. He is astonished to find his vacation taking place on a chicken farm, and even more astonished to find himself falling in love with a girl living there.

    Categories: Humor, Historical Romance

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  6. When a Man Marries
    When a Man Marries

    by Mary Roberts Rinehart

    When a Man Marries
    by Mary Roberts Rinehart

    Rating: 2.7/5 (315 votes cast)

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    Newly divorced from his wife of just a year, Jim is expecting a visit from his wealthy aunt, who knows nothing of his failed marriage. He goes to great, often comic, lengths to hide any hints of scandal from his aunt, who might withdraw the financial support on which the young artist depends.

    Categories: Humor, Romance, Historical Romance

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  7. Its My Life & I Can Laugh If I Want To
    Its My Life & I Can Laugh If I Want To

    by Caroline Adams

    Its My Life & I Can Laugh If I Want To
    by Caroline Adams

    Rating: 2.9/5 (559 votes cast)

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    These are very funny events involving memorable characters in everyday life. The author's experiences have been translated to fictional characters, and circumstances around these happenings.

    Categories: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor, Other Fiction

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