5 Hilarious Books Bugs Bunny Would Recommend

It has been 81 years since our favorite hare made his premiere. To celebrate our witty friend here is a list of five humorous books Bugs would recommend.

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It has been eighty-one years since our favorite hare made his premiere in A Wild Hare. Today, Bugs Bunny has been in more films than any other cartoon character, his latest being Space Jam: A New Legacy with Lebron James. To celebrate our witty friend here is a list of five humorous books Bugs would recommend.\


The Guncle by Steven Rowley


Gay Uncle Patrick is a used-to-be famous sitcom star who is now the primary guardian of his niece and nephew who just lost their mother and Patrick’s brother is dealing with his own health crisis. Patrick loves his niece and nephew, but other than the “Guncle Rules” he has set he has no idea what to expect this summer. With a lifestyle not suited for a six- and nine-year-old, Patrick will learn a new sense of responsibility and what it means to be unfailingly human.



How Ya’ll Doing by Leslie Jordan


An unforgettable essay collection by viral sensation Leslie Jordan where his saucy humor and genuity are intwined with each story he tells. Whether it’s a brush with ruffians or a unexpected call from a Hollywood star, each of Leslie’s stories are unusual, hilarious, and unforgettable.


Look I Bought Plants: And Other Poems About Life and Stuff by Taylor Garron and Eva Victor


Garron and Victor’s satirical poetry reflects on the everyday challenges, relationships, and anxious moments of adulthood. This poetry collection takes a cynical, but laughable approach to remind us we are not alone in our everyday struggles of adulthood.



The Essential Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson


First introduced in 1985, join the adventures of Calvin and his loyal tiger, Hobbes, in this collection including black-and-white dailies and color Sundays. Beginning the day Calvin caught Hobbes in his tuna trap, enjoy hilarious stories about family or a round of time travel.


Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman


For centuries, humans have tried to predict the Earth’s apocalypse but with no success. Although, what if the prediction for next Saturday afternoon is correct? A fussy angel and fast-living demon who have grown to love the human lifestyle are dreading Judgement Day. There is also the issue of the missing Antichrist.

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