The Onion Book of Known Knowledge

Not that anyone actually owns encyclopedias anymore — come on, that's what Wikipedia is for — but in case you do have an aging Britannica set taking up a load of space on your bookshelf, it's time to replace it with The Onion Book of Known Knowledge: A Definitive Encyclopaedia Of Existing Information ($17). Weighing in at just over 250 pages and thus far shorter than even the Menago-Ottawa volume of a real set, this hilarious compendium offers hundreds of entries for all 17 letters of the alphabet, all in the faux news organization's signature cutting style.

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