10 Outrageously Funny Books for Boys

    Pigs that drink coffee, aliens who eat planets—things are about to get crazy.

    When it comes to outrageous antics, kids reign supreme—especially the boys. So if your little man is on the lookout for hilarious books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid, look no further than this list.

    With laughs that will last long after the final page is swiped, these zany books will keep even the most reluctant readers coming back for more.


     

    pigs robert munschPigs, by Robert Munsch

    Megan is told to feed the pigs, but to NOT open the gate, which, of course, she does. So what do the pigs do? Help themselves to coffee and the newpaper, follow Megan to school, and ride home by way of the school bus.

    Download on AmazoniTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    witch twinsWitch Twins, by Adele Griffin

    Identical twins Claire and Luna Bundkin share a favorite hobby: witchcraft. And there’s nothing a five-star witch can’t accomplish with just a wave of her pinkie finger. So when their father announces he’s getting remarried, the disapproving twins go all pinkies up.

    Download on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    dork diariesDork Diaries: Tales from a Not-So-Fabulous Life, by Rachel Renee Russell

    Nikki Maxwell’s starting eighth grade at some cruddy new school, and she couldn’t be more totally annoyed. Get to know the angsty tween via her very first diary, which comes packed with doodles and hilarious stories about everything from mean girls to her new crush.

    Download on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    funny boyFunny Boy Meets the Airsick Alien from Andromeda, by Dan Gutman

    Funny Boy, a smart aleck with a serious sense of humor, gets transported to Earth, where he lands in an underwear factory, then finds himself battling a planet-gobbling alien to save the world. His weapons? A talking dog and his razor-sharp wit.

    Download on AmazoniTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    big nate in a class by himselfBig Nate: In a Class by Himself, by Lincoln Pierce

    Big Nate is a sixth grader whose luck arrives one morning via a fortune cookie that reads, “Today you will surpass all others.” So instead of skipping school, Nate heads in only to find himself in detention, trying to figure out just when his fortune will come true.

    Download on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    freddy and mr camphorFreddy and Mr. Camphor, by Walter R. Brooks

    Freddy is in need of a change and signs on as a caretaker on Mr. Camphor’s houseboat. Of course, things never go as Freddy expects, and that’s when the strange, amusing, and sometimes-alarming adventures begin.

    Download on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    dork in disguiseDork in Disguise
    , by Carol Gorman

    At his new school, Jerry Flack is determined to stop being a dork and start being cool—but does this science nerd really have what it takes to be popular? Or is it possible that a dork can actually be, well, cool?

    Download on AmazoniTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    snoopy the fearless leaderSnoopy the Fearless Leader, by Charles M. Schulz

    Snoopy leaves no mountain unclimbed, no trail unblazed, no wilderness unexplored, no marshmallow untoasted. Let the adventures begin!

    Download on AmazoniTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    i funnyI Funny: A Middle School Story, by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein

    Jamie Grimm is a middle schooler on a mission: He wants to become the world’s greatest stand-up comedian. He enters The Planet’s Funniest Kid Comic contest and finds there’s more to winning—and life—than getting a laugh.

    Download on Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble.


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    dolby and the woof offDolby and the Woof-Off, by Barbara Steiner

    Woofies Dog Food is hosting a “Woof-Off” contest to find a canine star for its new commercials. Enter Dolby the Wonder Dog! Dolby is a fast learner, and this old dog can definitely learn new tricks. But the real question is, can he unlearn them?

    Download on AmazoniTunes, and Barnes & Noble.




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