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Brumen award for the best designed book collection
3rd Biennal of Slovene Visual Communications, Ljubljana
 
Three Men on the Bummel 
by Jerome K. Jerome

This is the story of a Victorian bicycle trip gone wrong - then wrong and wrong again! A group of British gentlemen attempt a cycling expedition in Germany's Black Forest. Confusion about the differences in language and culture get them into continual trouble, whether it's boarding a train, buying a present for an aunt, or simply trying to get safely from one place to another.
 
Me Talk Pretty One Day 
by David Sedaris
 
The book tells of Sedaris’ move to Normandy, often drawing humor from his efforts to live in France without speaking the French language and his frustrated attempts to learn it.
 
Crazy Arctic Stories 
by Jørn Riel

Several stories about isolation in the Arctic and the specific, often dark humor of its indigenous people.
 
Psychiatrists, Psychologist and Other Patients
by Rodrigo Muñoz Avia

Rodrigo Montalvo is happiness personified, or so he believes. One day his psychiatrist brother-in-law makes him start questioning himself and his world comes crashing down. Our hero is desperate; he visits psychologists, hypnotists, and witch doctors, but in the end finds the cause from the most unsuspected source - his fear of buttons.
 
Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal
by Christopher Moore

The birth of Jesus has been well chronicled, as have his glorious teachings, acts, and divine sacrifice after his thirtieth birthday. But no one knows about the early life of the Son of God, the missing years -- except Biff, the Messiah's best bud, who has been resurrected to tell the story in the divinely hilarious yet heartfelt work "reminiscent of Vonnegut and Douglas Adams" (Philadelphia Inquirer).