Attention grammarians, English majors, writers (or pretty much anyone who has ever been called a "grammar nazi"), this one's for you. Highlighting the myriad cases of the misuse of the humble quotation mark, The Book of 'Unnecessary' Quotation Marks: A Celebration of Creative Punctuation ($14) features photos of menus, signs, posters, and more, all using this somehow-misunderstood bit of punctuation for everything except actually quoting words someone said. At times hilarious, and at others disturbing, this book will leave you wondering just what exactly people had in mind when employing quotes. Is it sarcasm? Is it a euphemism? Is it an actual quotation? Or is it just a complete misappropriation of one of the most straightforward marks in our otherwise complex language? We may never know, but at least we can laugh.