Tag: Bob’s Burgers Book Tag

I saw Rebecca do this tag a few months ago and I had to steal it! Bob’s Burgers is one of my favorite shows and this tag looked like so much fun!

This tag was created by Anna from Unquenchable Reads and Sabrina from Slaybrina.


Bob Belcher: A book in which everything that could go wrong, goes wrong.

Save the Date is basically a comedy of errors. Anything and everything goes wrong at this wedding, and it’s great.

Linda Belcher: A book that showcases a positive outlook on life.

In The One Hundred Nights of Hero, Cherry and Hero never give up on their goal to save Cherry from her wicked husband’s games.

Tina Belcher: A book that gave you second-hand embarrassment.

I was mostly embarrassed that this book was even published.

Gene Belcher: A book you got easily distracted from reading.

It took me forever to read Wild Beauty because I kept getting distracted. The writing style was super flowery and the mystery wasn’t enough to keep me interested in the story.

Louise Belcher: A book that features crazy adventures.

The Babysitters Coven ended up being way more adventure-focused than I’d anticipated!


If you love Bob’s Burgers, I tag you! What’s a book that gave you second-hand embarrassment? What’s a book you got distracted while reading? Let’s talk in the comments?

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It’s not often that I read comics. In fact, it’s probably been at least fifteen years. Not that that matters, because I will happily watch, read, or listen to anything Bob’s Burgers-related. That silly cartoon is one of my favorite shows, and the first volume of its comic does not disappoint.

Each character gets their own story, and everything is very true to the show. I particularly enjoyed Tina’s Erotic Friend Fictions, mostly because Tina is my favorite character and I’ve always wondered what she has hidden away in those journals of hers…

The first one may have been the best. I nearly fell out of my bed when I read the following exchange:

“What’s your name, stud?”
“Horse Jimmy Jr.”

Because of course Tina would write about herself and Jimmy Jr. as horses. Of course.

There’s not a lot to say about this one, aside from highly recommending it to any fan of the show.

Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the free copy.

Final rating: ★★★★☆

For my 2015 reading challenge, I’m crossing off #49: a book based on or turned into a tv show.