We’re convinced that books make the best Christmas gifts…
And knowing that our readers have many family members and friends who love to read, we offer the following new book suggestions…
Page 2: FUN Books
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By Jana Riess
It’s the Bible, now with 68% more humor and 99% fewer begats!
You’ve wanted to read the Bible, but it’s uber-long and, let’s face it, sometimes boring. You’re a busy person with stuff to do. You want the Bible, only funnier.
Enter The Twible, which brings you every chapter as tweeted in 140 characters or less, from Genesis to Revelation!
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[easyazon-link asin=”0830836624″ locale=”us”]Coffee with Jesus[/easyazon-link]
By David Wilkie
Thousands of people start each day with a shot of Coffee with Jesus, the enormously popular online comic strip. Irreverent at times, yet always insightful, this volume features classic entries and all new, exclusive material, twelve-panel megastrips and “behind the strip” reflections on life, faith and art.
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[easyazon-link asin=”081099741X” locale=”us”]The Wes Anderson Collection[/easyazon-link]
The Wes Anderson Collection is the first in-depth overview of Anderson’s filmography, guiding readers through his life and career. Previously unpublished photos, artwork, and ephemera complement a book-length conversation between Anderson and award-winning critic Matt Zoller Seitz. The interview and images are woven together in a meticulously designed book that captures the spirit of his films: melancholy and playful, wise and childish—and thoroughly original.