What? Did no one say the name of this book out loud before it was published? Sometimes I wonder if the author and publisher were just naive; but, I guess in the marketing world, they were spot-on. What two-year-old isn't totally obsessed with Pooh?
What were they thinking?
Other unfortunate titles and questionable book covers
My pick for worst title by a woman:
How to Tell If Your Boyfriend Is the Antichrist And If He Is, Should You Break Up with Him?
by Patricia Carlin
Walter The Farting Dog Farts and Walter The Farting Dog Farts Again
by William Kotzwinkle Glenn Murray
Whether tongue-in cheek or in-your-face, the following authors get their view across through the use of creative titles and/or book covers. And, who'd-a-thunk-it, they got published! Kudos to them!
1. Be Bold with Bananas by Crescent Books
2. Fancy Coffins to Make Yourself by
Dale L. Power
3. The Flat-Footed Flies of
by Peter J. Chandler
Kangaroo by Joseph
5. 101 Super Uses for Tampon Applicators by
and Lori Katz Barbara
6. Suture Self by
7. The Making of a
by Niall Brennan
8. Superfluous Hair and Its Removal by
Construction by J.
10. How to Be a Pope: What to Do and Where to Go Once You're in the
by Piers Marchant
|Do you think she wore pastels?|
|Bad editor or new diet?|
|How about a new take on an old favorite?|
|Would you buy this? I'm sure it's a classic!|
|Notice the author's name, or rather, number.|
|Sometimes just the subject makes the book strange ...|
|A big hit with the teen crowd ... or maybe senior retirement homes?|
|I always thought Dick played nice with Jane, myself.|
|Is there really an audience for this book?|
If you need an entire book on how to avoid huge ships,
maybe you shouldn't be out in the water.