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Funny girl : funniest. stories. ever.

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New York, New York : Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 2017.

Physical Description

xv, 205 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm


Presents a collection of humorous stories from over two dozen contemporary female writers, as well as autobiographical essays, comics, poems, and comic strips.


  • Introduction / by Betsy Bird
  • How to tell a joke / by Delaney Yeager and Mackenzie Yeager
  • In which young Raina learns a lesson / by Raina Telgemeier
  • Dear grandpa: give me money / by Alison DeCamp
  • Grandma in oil country: a true story / by Ursula Vernon
  • One hot mess / by Carmen Agra Deedy
  • Fleamail / by Deborah Underwood
  • A most serious recitation of the poem "Trees" / by Cece Bell
  • Things could be verse / Kelly DiPucchio
  • Swimming is for other kids / Akilah Hughes
  • Dear Bella and Rover / Deborah Underwood
  • Thumb incident / Meghan McCarthy
  • Desdemona and sparks go all in / Rita WIlliams-Garcia and Michelle Garcia
  • 7 things I thought were (think are) funny but were really kind of sad, and that all happened to my little brother / Lisa Brown
  • Babysitting nightmare / Shannon Hale
  • Dear Bella and Rover (again) / Deborah Underwood
  • Can we talk about whiskers? / Jennifer L. Holm
  • Brown girl pop quiz: all of the above / Mitali Perkins
  • Over and out / Lisa Graff
  • Doodle / Amy Ignatow
  • Fleamail pawed-cast / Deborah Underwood
  • How to play imaginary games / Leila Sales
  • Great Expectations / Christine Mari Inzer
  • A public service announcement about your period from Sarah T. Wrigley, Age 12 3/4 / Libba Bray
  • Smart girl's guide to the Chinese zodiac / Lenore Look
  • Bad luck dress / Charise Mericle Harper
  • World's most awkward mermaid / Sophie Blackall
  • Tell your future with Mad Libs®
  • My life being funny (and how you can do it, too) / Adrianne Chalepah.

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