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INTRODUCING OZCROC - The Little Croc Wonder from Down Under Book (1) One
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INTRODUCING OZCROC - The Little Croc Wonder from Down Under Book (1) One

By Augustine, Geoff

Melbourne, Australia: Budget Books, 1988. Unpaginated. Staple-bound in pictorial card covers. Light rubbing on the corners; no interior markings. Australian humour at its best.... First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Geoff Augustine;. 8vo.

$9.95

NO SEX PLEASE... WE'RE MARRIED
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NO SEX PLEASE... WE'RE MARRIED

By Lautens, Gary

Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1983. 192 pp. Personalised inscription by Gary Lautens on the half-title page. Quarter-bound in gray on beige boards; lettered in beige on the spine; gray endpapers; headband. Edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with a short tear on the upper edge of the front panel; price intact; aside from the author's inscription, no interior markings. Illustrated with drawings by Lynn Johnston. The Chapters are: In the Beginning: Why Can't a Woman Remember Like a Man; Behind Every Successful Man Is a Goof-off Friend; The Funny Things That Happened After Dark; Pledging Undying Love Is a Problem; Love Letters: Why Don't Women Throw Them Out. Suburbia: I Just Can't Afford to Become a Celebrity; Passing the Trash Test; The Joys of Being Alone; On Middle-aged Antiques; Rosebuds Pressed Flowers and a Flooded Basement; Bargain At the Cleaners; The Egg Man Cometh; Shopping Holiday for Stay-at-homers; My Wife Doesn't Work; Living Next to a Work Nut; The Writing on the Wall; Some Dirty Tricks Are Too Much Like Work; One Hundred Thousand Dollar Fireplace - Just Grate; Must the Car of My Dreams Die; Mooning About Our City. Song of Myself: Ninety-Eight Pound Weaklings Look Out; Keeping Fit; Quotes My Wife Can't Resist; Locker Room Valentine; Love Match I Can Do Without. It Happens to Everyone: My No-iron Wife; The World's Foremost A Expert; The Unkindest Cut; Darling Don't Take My Side; She May Forget a Name but...; The Washer Socks It To Me; Sit-ups in Bed Honey; The Great Crockery Caper; Cave Space Rearranged; Spaghetti Tradition Cut Short. In Sickness and in Health: First Ah then Ugh; Faith in My Thermometer; The Flu Almost Killed Me; Suffering in Silence; Having the Sniffles with Jackie at Work; Noses Are Red Violets Are Blue I Had a Cold and Now So Do You; My Thoughtfulness Cures Her Cold; Feeling Sick Over Being Ill. No Sex Please... We're Married: Mama Bear's Nightie; Never Too Late to Celebrate; Romance on the Sofa; Lighting My Wife's Fire; Thin People Are Sexiest; Sex Secrets for Sale; Putting the Bite on Romance; Report from the Lautens Bed; I'm Pretty Warm Stuff in Bed. Aquatic Adventures: How a Kiss Turned Prince Gary into a Frog; The Amazing Lautens Spa; How to Kill a Swimming Pool; Midnight Swimmers; Mother Will You Come Out to Swim. Brokens Legs and House Husbandry: On Becoming a Ski Racer; A Glorious Ski Weekend; Now I'm Lady of the House; A Lesson on Using a Refrigerator; Wife's Crutches an Added Weapon; The Stumbling Gourmet; The Joy of Charity; A Beginner's Guide to Supermarkets; Her Broken Leg Is Just a Crutch; Housework and a Passionate Wife; Jackie Stood Through Dinner; Return to the Slopes. My Wife the Artist: Beauty in Hair of the Dog; Super-sniffer Foiled in Kitchen; My Wife's Conscience Is Spoiling Us; School Is Dangerous for Mother; Art for Art's Sake. Moving to Toronto: The Grass Is Greener Now That We've Sold; On Reading Real Estate Ads; We Leave for an Exotic Foreign Post; Jackie's Taut Nerves a Moving Story; Big City Life Opened My Eyes; Commuting Drove Me to the City; Houses Cost Enough to Make You Grin; Every Man for Himself in Ladies' Shoe Department. And Parting Shots: A Mother-in-Law Story; Unspoiled Resorts for Birds; '57 Outfits Back in Style; Slipping a Surprise into the Day; Intruders Beware of Jackie's Right Hook; Speaking a Little on the Side; and I Like Family Life.. Signed by Author. Second Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Lynn Johnston;. 8vo.

$14.95

THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN'S WIFE
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THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN'S WIFE

By Sutherland, Douglas (foreword by Diana Duchess of Newcastle) (introduction by Lady Windlesham - Prudence Glynn)

Middlesex, England: Penguin Books, 1981. 80 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with line drawings by Timothy Jaques. Sutherland wrote and entire series of humourous books based on The English Gentleman. This was the second book, followed by The English Gentleman's Child, The English Gentleman's Mistress, and The English Gentleman Abroad. The Contents are: The Origin of the Species; Schooldays and After; The English Lady and Her Wedding; The Lady at Home; The Lady and Sex; The Lady at Sport and Play; The Lady and Her Money; The Lady and Her Children; The Lady and Her Garden; The Lady and the Church; The Lady and Her Wardrobe; The Lady and Her Relationships; The Unmarried Lady; The Lady and Divorce; Ladies in Decline; and The Lady as Matriarch.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good+. Illus. by Timothy Jaques;. 12mo.

$7.95

BROTHERS AND SISTERS - It's All Relative - A Peanuts Book
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BROTHERS AND SISTERS - It's All Relative - A Peanuts Book

By Schulz, Charles M.

New York: Topper Books, 1989. Trade paperback format. Unpaginated. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Peanuts cartoons throughout.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Charles M. Schulz;. 8vo.

$14.95

THE PAWKY SCOT
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THE PAWKY SCOT

By Anonymous (editor)

Dundee, Scotland: David Winter and Son, 1981. 38 pp. Staple-bound in pictorial card covers. Light rubbing on the front cover; no interior markings. Scottish humour, illustrated with line drawings. For instance: How to Disperse a Crowd: A Scotsman wishing to join the police force in Birmingham was asked by the Inspector, "What would you do to disperse a crowd?" "Weel," replied the Scot, "I dinna ken what ye wad dae in Birmingham, but if I were in Aberdeen, I'd pass round the hat.". First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$9.95

CREME DE LA FEMME
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CREME DE LA FEMME

By Davis, Nancy (editor) (Georgia Bogardus Holof; Anne Gibbons; Marta Kauffman; Roz Chast; Mariette Hartley; Mary Lawton; Merrill Markoe; Yvette Jean Silver; Kathleen Rockwell Lawrence; Jan Eliot; Janice Perry; Bulbul; Cathy N. Davidson; Terry McMillan)

New York: Random House, 1997. 370 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. The Best of Contemporary Women's Humour, this collection contains: You by Georgia Bogardus Holof; Smart Woman, Foolish Voices by Anne Gibbons; Welcome to Kindergarten, Mrs Johnson by Marta Kauffman; Time to Spare Book Club by Roz Chast; Here a Streep, There a Streep, Everywhere a Streep Streep by Mariette Hartley; She Was Amazing by Mary Lawton; Let's Party by Merrill Markoe; Living Legends by Yvette Jean Silver; Let Me Call You Sweetheart by Kathleen Rockwell Lawrence; Battle Lines by Jan Eliot; On Censorship by Janice Perry; A Blank Canvas by Bulbul; Typical Japanese Women by Cathy N. Davidson; Out of Focus by Martha Gradisher; Don't I Know You by Karen Rizzo; Water: A Monologue by Diane Rodriguez; Polite-itis by Libby Reid; Phychic Economics by Mary Kay Blakely; Business Traveler by Cathy Guisewite; Striking Out at the British Empire by Joan Rivers; Broad Comedy by Jenny Bicks; Position Available by Linda Eisenberg; If I Produced the Oscars by Paula Poundstone; Noah and the Ark by Martha Campbell; Ida Mae Cole Takes a Stance by Lynn Nottage; Where I'm Coming From by Barbara Brandon; Pisser by Lissa Levin; The History of Wild Women by Libby Reid; Accelerando by Lisa Loomer; New World Order; and PTA by Signe Wilkinson; Dear Kenny Rogers by Kathy Najimy; Good Relationships by Jennifer Berman; Ode to a Love as Strong as an Emery Board by Carrie St. Michel; Talking Want Ad by Janet Smith; Cafe Society by Jan Eliot; My Sort of Ex-Boyfriend by Carol Hall; Happy Hour by Terry McMillan; Alex Phones by Cathy Guisewite; The Race by Yeardley Smith; Ooops by Flash Rosenberg; Among Other Thoughts on Our Wedding Anniversary by Judith Viorst; On Being Married by Paige Braddock; Bears with Furniture by Anna Quindlen; It Ain't Over by Carol Hall; Playing by the Numbers by Liebe Lamstein; Letter to the Editor by June Siegel; A Woman Who Eats by Anne Gibbons; Kill Me I'm Yours by Perry Howze; Gilda the Fairy Godmother by Wendy Wasserstein; TV Talk Show by Sally Fingerett; Rosebud by Jane Read Martin; Sixteen Pictures of My Father by Marion Winik; It's in the Male by Margo Kaufman; Bathing Beauty by Sherrie Shepherd; If Men Could Menstruate by Gloria Steinem; The 29-inch Waist by Sherrie Shepherd; Why We Can't Stay Married by Marcia Steil; Laundry by Gail Machlis; Disneyland by Katherine Hewett; Hare Transplant by Theresa McCracken; The Silent Partner by Maro Kaufman; An Open Book by Liza Donnelly; Berflegump by Flash Rosenberg; The End by Cindy Chupak; Sister City by Jan Eliot; Henry by June Siegel; Men-o-pause by Yvette Jean Silver; You Say Dumbo and I Say Rambo by Judith Stone; Dick Films by Jan Eliot; Samuel Espada by Luisa Leschin; Closet Commuter by Nurit Karlin; Benefit Performance by Ruby Dee; Road Signs by Jennifer Berman; Better from Behind by Michele Brourman and Robin Brourman Munson; They Just Don't Get It; and Agnus Angst from the Pay Phone at IHOP by Jane Wagner; Mothers and Daughters by Mary Lawton; Some Thoughts on Being Pregnant by Anne Lamott; Days of Gilded Rigatoni by Anna Quindlen; Pre School Yuppies by Wendy Wasserstein; Nanny Tyrannica by Sybil Adelman; Nanny Dearest by Anne Gibbons; I Am the Green Lollipop; and How to Talk to Your Stepmother by Delia Ephron; Free Range Children by Yvette Jean Silver; Hedge(hog)ing Our Bets by Dale Burg; Billie's Parents by Brenda Burbank; Notes from My Life by Phyllis Newman; Fire and Bad Clothes by Denny Dillon; Babes in Toyland by Anna Quindlen; Ask Mom by Gail Machlis; Taxes Freedom and Gefilte Fish by Ellen Orleans; Mommy Dearest by Wendy Wasserstein; Make Me a Grandmother by Erma Bombeck; Babysitting by Cathy Guisewite; Exit Laughing by Patricia Volk; Family Therapy World by Libby Reid; Something's Happening Here by Cathy Crimmins; True Story by Mindy Schneider; Butter by Megon McDonough; Can We Tock by Judith Stone; For Better or Worse: Egg Cups by Lynn Johnston; The Swimming Suit; and Dieter's Prayer by Amanda McBroom; A Perfect Model Keeps Her Full Mouth Shut by Carrie St. Michel; Spiro Agnew and I by Cathleen Schine; Goldilocks and the Three Bowls by Liebe Lamstein; What Was I Thinking by Christine Lavin; PMS by Paige Braddock; Sometimes More is More by Michele Brourman; The Coast is Not Clear by Judith Stone; Southwest by Mary Lawton; Rural Delivery by Binnie Kirshenbaum; Ambitious Trip by Cathy Guisewite; The Montana Nine by Christine Lavin; Two Guys Moving by Catherine Siracusa; Excuse Me for Inviting You to the Plantation by Nancy Lemann; Paradise Lost by Gail Machlis; Will I Ever See Picasso Again; and Ten Things in Little Rock You Won't Find in New York City by Maryln Schwartz; Good Morning Fort Worth Glad to Be Here by Molly Ivins; Obscenity in the Suburbs by Flash Rosenberg; 85 Things Every Young Woman Should Know by Lesley Dormen; My Own Personal Olympics by Jennifer Berman; Non Bridaled Passion by Kate Schein; Decidophobia by Hester Mundis; Life 102 by Merrill Markoe; Hair Tomorrow by Martha Gehman; Trudy the Bag Lady by Jane Wagner; Oprah by Martha Gradisher; TV by Cheryl Wheeler; Why I Hate Spring and Everything Else by Patricia Marx; Pizza Man by Theresa McCracken; Mood Swings by Jane Wagner; The Story of Z by Elizabeth Rapoport; Daylight Savings Time by Theresa McCracken; Sleep by Debi Smith; Over My Dead Wet Body by Patricia Marx; Maharishi Mahesh Hester by Heather McAdams; Who's Calling by Debi Smith; Phone Conversations by Phyllis Diller; Ask Madame Lazonga by Trina Robbins; Just Say Purl by Ellen Byron; Remote Control by Flash Rosenberg; Ambition and Other Terrible Secrets by Robin Swicord; Oh Darling by Lynda Barry; Chain Letters by Cheryl Wheeler; Dear Edith by Jane Wagner; Six Pretty Good Things to Do with 90 Percent of Your Brain by Laura-Kuritzky Pedegana; Natural Phenomena of 15E by Roz Chast; In the Family Way by Ellen Orleans; Meet Your Family by Flash Rosenberg; Caroline's Cremation by June Siegel; Scam by Taffy Field; Dishwater Rhyme by Sherrie Shepherd; Three Dreams: South Bronx by Susan Montez; Thing I Just Don't Understand by Heather McAdams; and Looking Back and Commenting on Stuff by Kate Shein.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo.

$19.95

BEST IN BOOKS: Dandelion Wine; The Wind in the Forest; Good Ol' Charlie Brown; Woman's Guide to Better Living
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BEST IN BOOKS: Dandelion Wine; The Wind in the Forest; Good Ol' Charlie Brown; Woman's Guide to Better Living

By Bradbury, Ray; Fletcher, Inglis; Schulz, Charles M.; Schindler, John A.

New York: Nelson Doubleday, 1958. 447 pp. Quarter-bound in yellow on blue boards; decorated in gilt and blue on the spine; headband; green upper edge. Light edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with a somewhat wrinkled appearance and some chipping at the head of the spine and some darkening on the spine; no interior markings. This collection contains: Dandelion Wine - an excerpt by Ray Bradbury; The Wind in the Forest - a complete novel by Inglis Fletcher; Good Ol' Charlie Brown - a cartoon feature by Charles M. Schulz; and Woman's Guide to Better Living - an excerpt by John A. Schindler, M.D.. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. 8vo.

$19.95

MARMADUKE... AGAIN?
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MARMADUKE... AGAIN?

By Anderson, Brad

New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1976. 96 pp. Scholastic Book TK3456. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings.. First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good+. Illus. by Brad Anderson;.

$4.95

MORE MARMADUKE
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MORE MARMADUKE

By Anderson, Brad

New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1973. Unpaginated. Scholastic Book TK2471. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings.. Later Printing. Paperback. Very Good+. Illus. by Brad Anderson;.

$4.95

WHATEVER TURNS YOU ON
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WHATEVER TURNS YOU ON

By Anonymous (editor) (Buck Brown; John Dempsey; F. Folkes; Marty Murphy)

Chicago: Playboy Press, 1975. 127 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine and a crease on the upper left of the back cover; no interior markings. Illustrated throughout with black and white cartoons by: Buck Brown; John Dempsey; F. Folkes; Marty Murphy; and many others.. First Paperback Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$9.95

NO, I'M NOT TIRED
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NO, I'M NOT TIRED

By Anonymous (editor) (Buck Brown; John Dempsey; Sokol; Bill Murphy; J. Mayer; O'Brien)

Chicago: Playboy Press, 1973. 136 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated throughout with black and white and colour cartoons by: Buck Brown; John Dempsey; Sokol; Bill Murphy; J. Mayer; O'Brien; and many others.. First Paperback Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$9.95

ZING! - Number 203
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ZING! - Number 203

By Murphy, Edward (editor) (Horace Wallace; Norbert Jackson)

New York: Band Leaders Publishing, 1955. Unpaginated. Digest format. Actually undated - circa 1955. Light wear at the corners with a faint pencil mark on the front cover; no interior markings. Sexy jokes, pictures, cartoons and a pair of short stories: And Put Some Water in It by Horace Wallace; and Breakdown of a Huckster by Norbert Jackson.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 12mo.

$9.95

GRIN - Number 3
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GRIN - Number 3

By Murphy, Edward (editor) (Arthur Lane; Chester Hayburner)

New York: Hobby Publications, 1955. Unpaginated. Digest format. Canadian edition. Actually undated - circa 1955. Light wear at the corners; no interior markings. Sexy jokes, cartoons, and a pair of short stories: Overwork Is a Sin by Arthur Lane; and They're Off by Chester Hayburner.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 12mo.

$9.95

PEPPER - Number 303
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PEPPER - Number 303

By Murphy, Edward (editor) (Colman K. Rhodes; Robert R. Rieker)

New York: Band Leaders Publishing, 1955. Unpaginated. Digest format. Actually undated - circa 1955. Light wear at the corners; no interior markings. Sexy jokes, cartoons, some black and white pin-up girls and a pair of short stories: The Dragging Man by Colman K. Rhodes; and Paint the Bomb Red by Robert R. Rieker.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 12mo.

$9.95

ZING! - Number 204
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ZING! - Number 204

By Murphy, Edward (editor) (Robert Rieker; Arthur Lane)

New York: Band Leaders Publishing, 1955. Unpaginated. Digest format. Actually undated - circa 1955. Light wear at the corners; short tear in page 3 and page 4. Sexy jokes, cartoons, some black and white pin-up girls and a pair of short stories: I Dream of Genie by Robert Rieker; and Diefendor's Bull Wind Motor by Arthur Lane.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 12mo.

$9.95

MY FEET ARE DRUNK - Hagar the Horrible
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MY FEET ARE DRUNK - Hagar the Horrible

By Browne, Dik

New York: Tempo Books - Grosset and Dunlap, 1978. Unpaginated. Light edge and corner wear with faint creasing on the front cover and an uncreased spine; no interior markings.. First Paperback Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$4.95

WHERE'S ARCHIE?
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WHERE'S ARCHIE?

By Anonymous

New York: Bantam Books, 1974. 122 pp. Light wear at the corners with a faintly creased spine; no interior markings. Fully illustrated in black and white.. Later Printing. Paperback. Very Good.

$4.95

SMILES - Number 13 - Winter 1945
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SMILES - Number 13 - Winter 1945

By Hardie, Joseph J.; Kelly, Raymond J. (publishers) (George Weaver - Art Editor)

Springfield, Massachusetts: Band Leaders Publishing, 1945. Unpaginated. Magazine format. Light edge and corner wear with a short tear on the upper left of the front cover. Cover art by Uydess. Sexy jokes, military jokes and cartoons.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Uydess;. 4to.

$14.95

EDDIE CANTOR IN LAUGHLAND
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EDDIE CANTOR IN LAUGHLAND

By Sherman, Harold (re: Eddie Cantor)

Chicago: Goldsmith Publishing, 1934. 123 pp. followed by some advertisements. Light edge and corner wear with a small scratch on the back cover and a crease on the spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with drawings by Henry Vallely. Preface by Eddie Cantor. Foreword by The Juvenile Educators League.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by Henry Vallely;.

$24.95

DOWN WITH EVERYBODY - A Cautionary Tale for Children Over Twenty-one and Other Stories
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DOWN WITH EVERYBODY - A Cautionary Tale for Children Over Twenty-one and Other Stories

By Mikes, George

London: Andre Deutsch, 1958. 142 pp. Blue boards lettered in red on the spine. Wear at the corners of the dustjacket with a few small nicks and chips around the edges; price clipped; no interior markings. Illustrated with line drawings by David Langdon. The Contents are: Down with Everybody; Mostly on Politics: A Shortage of Dragons; How to be a Floating Voter; Down with Children; Crying Dolls; Travel and People: Down with Holidays; A Misunderstood Nation; Hate They Neighbour: A Period Piece from the Early Fifties; On Psycho-Analysing Nations; Short Lesson for Travellers; Scraps of Autobiography: Dybwad; and The Duke.. Fourth Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. Illus. by David Langdon;. 12mo.

$9.95

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