Sh*t Girls Say ($5) is the brainchild of Kyle Humphrey and Graydon Sheppard, the dynamic duo behind the hilarious Sh*t Girls Say Twitter and viral YouTube videos. Thanks to the pair's backgrounds in graphic design and photography, the book turns the "girl-isms" from their tweets and videos into an artistic — and funny – page-turner fit for a coffee table.
Allie Hagan's Suri's Burn Book: Well-Dressed Commentary From Hollywood's Little Sweetheart ($10) is the book version of her too-funny Tumblr, Suri's Burn Book, which imagines what Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes's daughter, Suri, would say about her fellow celebrity children. Instead of just being a regurgitation of the Tumblr site, the book is more in-depth. It includes sections like "Celebrities Who Should Have Babies" (i.e. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams) and breakdowns of each celebrity child by their style (see: "Coco Arquette: The Pantsless Princess").
The trio of friends who created the addictive Twitter account White Girl Problems — Tanner Cohen, David Oliver Cohen, and Lara Schoenhals — released a book by fictional rich girl Babe Walker called, aptly, White Girl Problems ($10). The "memoir" of the awful and spoiled Babe Walker includes such WGP as "I hate my horse" and "Every job I've ever had is the worst job I've ever had." Check out this satire if you enjoy characters you love to hate.
Danielle Henderson played off the Hey, Girl Ryan Gosling meme to create her own female-friendly Tumblr called Feminist Ryan Gosling. The book version — Feminist Ryan Gosling: Feminist Theory (as Imagined) from Your Favorite Sensitive Movie Dude ($10) — features adorable photos of Ryan Gosling with lines like "Hey girl. Keep your laws off my body, but keep your hands on it." What's not to love?
Uberpopular LA fashion blogger Emily Schuman has turned her Cupcakes and Cashmere blog empire into a book, Cupcakes and Cashmere: A Guide For Defining Your Style, Reinventing Your Space, and Entertaining With Ease ($12). The lifestyle book has both previously posted blog content and new material, which includes beauty how-tos, party-planning tips, and DIY projects.
The edgy mommy blogger behind Dooce, Heather Armstrong, chronicled her battle with postpartum depression in her memoir It Sucked and Then I Cried: How I Had a Baby, a Breakdown, and a Much Needed Margarita ($6).
The Pioneer Woman blogger Ree Drummond lassoed many readers into her personal blog about being a wife and mom in Oklahoma with the story of her courtship to her rancher hubby, the "Marlboro Man." She then turned that tale into the book The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels — a Love Story ($10), which follows Ree from her days as a city girl in Los Angeles to meeting the cowboy of her dreams.
Jenny Lawson aka The Bloggess wrote her hilarious and bizarre life story in Let's Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir) ($15), complete with pictures and captions. Chapters include "A Series of Angry Post-It Notes to My Husband" and "My Vagina Is Fine. Thanks for Asking."
Editors Doree Shafrir and Jessica Grose put together Love, Mom: Poignant, Goofy, Brilliant Messages from Home ($16), a compilation of the best reader-submitted mom emails from their popular site Postcards From Yo Momma.