Professor Happycat is at it again in this threequel to the LOLcat dynasty, Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs. For any of you who don’t speak LOLZ, that’s the Itty Bitty Book of Kitties!
We’ve written about LOLcats before and we’ve seen Professor Happycat’s other books, I Can Has Cheezburger and How To Take Over teh World, but this time we were lucky enough to receive a free review copy of the book. And, well, we loved it!
This book is loads of fun and doesn’t disappoint . . . unless you have an aversion to cute. From the adorable twin kittens practicing their synchronized sleeping to the pitiful orange tabby lamenting over lost toys living beneath the fridge, you’ll LOL, snicker, coo and caa you’re way through every page.
A LOLcat Guide 2 Kittens, the book sets the tone right on the dedication page – “We dedicasihuns dis buk to all momcats ebberywhere” – and includes 200 all-new captioned pictures categorized into the following chapters:
- Yr kitteh and u
- Kyootness: resistance is futile
- Kitteh to-do list
- Teh artz of lol
- Momcat knows best
- Uh-oh bad kitteh
- Rules kittehs live bai
- Itteh bitteh kitteh committeh hall of fame
Enjoying Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs definitely won’t help you pass your next grammar test, probably won’t make you an instant billionaire, and might not keep mice out of your barn, but we highly recommend it for a quick, stress-relieving break.
Have you seen this book? Do you own it? Did you share it with friends or is it a secret pleasure? Leave us a comment and let us know what YOU think. Okai?
I Can Has Cheezburger?: A LOLcat Colleckshun
by Professor Happycat
October 2008 (spent 13 weeks on The New York Times best-seller list that winter)
Their first coffee-table picture book was a huge success, spending 13 weeks on The New York Times best-seller list that winter. The book features 200 of the site’s founders’ favorite LOLcats for page by page fun. When this book was released, it was touted that the pictures were taken directly from the site archives of nearly one million.
How to Take over Teh Wurld: A LOLcat Guide 2 Winning
by Professor Happycat & Staff
Professor Happycat was back in the following year, the fall of 2009, with 200 more, all-new LOLcats in a guide that gives all aspiring kittehs the lessons they need to take over teh wurld (or at least their hoomins). This book credits the community members responsible for the captions at the end of the book, which is cool. In their quest for world domination they must Bewar of Menni Danjurs!.
LOLcat Bible: In teh beginnin Ceiling Cat maded teh skiez An da Urfs n stuffs
by Martin Grondin
LOLcats have taken over the Internet — revealing their hip and humorous cat language for all to enjoy. Now, in this first ever feline gospel, they retell 50 popular Bible stories in LOLspeak, so cool cats everywhere can rediscover the adventures of Adam and Eve, Noah and the ark, Jonah and the whale, Abraham and Isaac, Samson and Delilah, and many more. Presenting the most entertaining material from the mega-hit website LOLcatBible.com, including 45 color photos, this book delivers amusing revelations that Ceiling Cat has sent down from his Heavenly Home in the, well, ceiling. Fans of LOLcats will delight in the twisted and imaginative ways cats can spin a biblical yarn.
I Has a Hotdog: What Your Dog Is Really Thinking
by Professor Happycat
April 20, 2010 – but available for pre-order
Dog-lovers rejoice! The geniuses behind I Can Has Cheezburger have heard your barks and answered your prayers. The latest book from the Cheezburger empire is backed by the successful blog IHasAHotDog.com, featuring the same funny pictures and lol-worthy captions as ICanHasCheezburger, except with dogs. Professor Happycat devoted himself to the rigorous study of the canine species and compiled his report. In more than 200 images, some never posted online, readers will discover just how the dog’s brain works.
I find the book about kitties really interesting. This would be a good reference for me as well since I am planning to adopt some kittens.
The collection of kitty books sure sounds fun. I’ll check this one here in the local bookstores and read. Thanks for the heads up!