When the long and wet winter days have me down, I like a little levity to lighten my mood.  If you're in the same winter-blues boat as me, come by the library to check out a comedy DVD, or checkout an entire season of sitcoms and have a laugh-athon!  Another great source for giggles?  Books, of course.  We have enough variety to tickle even the pickiest of funny bones, such as:

Ask the Past by Elizabeth P. Archibald 

Based on the popular blog, Ask the Past is full of the wisdom of the ages--as well as the fad diets, zany pickup lines, and bacon Band-Aids of the ages. Drawn from centuries of antique texts by historian and bibliophile Elizabeth P. Archibald,Ask the Past offers a delightful array of advice both wise and weird.

Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell 

In a fantastical 1860s England, every quiet little township is terrorized by a ferocious monster--much to the townsfolk's delight! Each town's unique monster is a source of local pride, not to mention tourism. Each town, that is-- except for one. Unfortunately, for the people of Stoker-on-Avon, their monster isn't quite as impressive. In fact, he's a little down in the dumps. Can the morose Rayburn get a monstrous makeover and become a proper horror? It's up to the eccentric Dr. Charles Wilkie and plucky street urchin Timothy to get him up to snuff, before a greater threat turns the whole town to kindling

Year Zero by Rob Reid

After two aliens reveal that the whole universe is addicted to humanity's music, has committed gross copyright violations and is murderously unhappy with the resulting fines and penalties, entertainment lawyer Nick Carter has 48 hours to save the planet.  

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