If you loved Allie Brosh’s Hyperbole and a Half, then Harris County Public Library’s Book Hunters think you’ll dig these titles too:
Let’s Pretend this Never Happened: (A Mostly True Memoir) by Jenny Lawson—star-blogger Lawson shares her mortifying and hilarious moments.
Epileptic by David B.— this graphic novel depicts the story of a boy and his family coping with his brother’s epilepsy.
Relish: My Life in the Kitchen by Lucy Knisley—a comic artist comes of age sharing her love of food.
My Dog: The Paradox by Matthew Inman— for fans of Simple Dog and Helper Dog.
None of these float your boat? Visit Book Hunters and we’ll find you some great reads of your very own.
Have you ever caught yourself sitting in front of the television for hours on end thinking, “Okay, it’s really time for me to read a book”? Of course; everyone’s done it.
Choosing a book can behardthough. There are just so many out there. Things are about to get a whole lot easier though. Choose your next read based on your favorite TV show. Stories are stories, no matter what medium they’re displayed in.
I am currently listening to The Rosie Project and cannot agree more with this recommendation. It is a fabulous book. Their other recommendations are pretty spot on as well.