Chronicle Books: All My Friends Are Dead

Thanks to Chronicle Books for a review copy of this book. No financial compensation was received. All opinions my own.


Our gift guide continues today with Chronicle Books — one of my favorite places to shop for books and gift items that are out of the ordinary.

I particularly love the Terrarium Notecards, and anything related to the world’s cutest dog, Boo.

But today, I wanted to show you a little book that is hilarious to me.

It’s both the funniest sad book and the saddest funny book you’ll ever read — All My Friends Are Dead.

Imagine the poor dinosaur on the front — all his friends are dead (yeah, yeah — he is too, but suspend rationality for a bit, m’kay?) Consider trees: all their friends are end tables. Or Big Foot — all his friends are hoaxes.


Yeah. I think we can all understand this poor guy’s dilemma.

I love the dry humor of this book, and I am giving a copy to a relative whose sense of humor it matches perfectly. I bet you know someone who’d enjoy the chuckle, as well.

If you just can’t get enough of the quirky humor, there’s a sequel: All My Friends Are Still Dead. And don’t forget the matching felt journal — yes, really.

What is your favorite gift to give the hard-to-buy-for person?


2 thoughts on “Chronicle Books: All My Friends Are Dead

  1. That sounds like a book that would make you chuckle inside. Somedays we need to read funny things.

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