Dave Barry

New York Times best-selling author, Dave Barry is a professional humorist.

He has written a controversial newspaper column that appeared in over 500 newspapers.

He has received a Pulitzer Prize for his commentary.

However, he claims his most enduring achievement was his influence in the movement to observe International Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19.

Barry has written over 30 books, two of which were the basis for the CBS sitcom, Dave’s World.

Partial Bibliography (Listed in alphabetical order)

Big Trouble (1999)

Boogers Are My Beat (2003)

Cave of the Dark Wind (2007, with Ridley Pearson)

Dave Barry Does Japan (1992)

Dave Barry Hits Below the Beltway (2001)

Dave Barry in Cyberspace (1996)

Dave Barry is from Mars and Venus (1997)

Dave Barry is Not Making This Up (1995)

Dave Barry Is Not Taking This Sitting Down (2000)

Dave Barry Slept Here (1989)

Dave Barry Talks Back (1991)

Dave Barry Turns Fifty (1998)

Dave Barry Turns Forty (1990)

Dave Barry’s Complete Guide to Guys (2005)

Dave Barry’s Greatest Hits (1988)

Dave Barry’s History of the Millennium (so far) (2007)

Dave Barry’s Money Secrets (2006)

Dave Barry’s Only Travel Guide You’ll Ever Need (1991)

Escape from the Carnivale (2006, with Ridley Pearson)

Homes and Other Black Holes (1988)

I’ll Mature When I’m Dead (2010)

Insane City (2013)

Lunatics (2012, with Alan Zweibel)

Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (2007, with Ridley Pearson)

Peter and the Shadow Thieves (2006, with Ridley Pearson)

Peter and the Starcatchers (2004, with Ridley Pearson)

Peter and the Sword of Mercy (2009, with Ridley Pearson)

Science Fair (2008, with Ridley Pearson)

The Bridge to Neverland (2011, with Ridley Pearson)

The Shepherd, The Angel and Walter the Christmas Miracle Dog (2006)

The Worst Class Trip Ever (2015)

Tricky Business (2002)

Walt Disney’s Peter Pan (2011)

You Can Date Boys When You’re Forty (2014)

Related Links

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