Want even more bloopers? Check out this bibliography. Usually, a bibliography lists sources alphabetically. However, the following bibliography lists sources chronologically — so that you may see something of the history of compiling howlers. The bibliography lists only secondary sources that have a substantial compilation of howlers. I've linked the titles, where possible, to the best match I could find on Amazon.com. But if you're buying one of these books, double check to make sure you are buying the edition and title you want!
1. Punch, or the London Charivari (1841–1992; 1996–2002) (magazine that often published howlers and bloopers from contemporary newspapers and other sources).
2. Charles Bombaugh, The Book of Blunders (1871).
3. D Appleton and Co, English as She is Wrote (1883).
4. Caroline B Le Row, English As She Is Taught: Genuine Answers To Examination Questions In Our Public Schools (1887).
5. University Correspondent (1892–) (from 1892 to 1939 (except for 1913), the University Correspondent published the results of a competition for the year’s best collection of howlers).
6. Marshall Brown, Bulls and Blunders (1894).
7. Henry J Barker, The Comic Side of School Life (8 ed, 1906).
8. Marshall Brown, Humour of Bulls and Blunders (1906).
9. EB Lewin Hill, Verse, Prose, and Epitaphs (1908).
10. TJ Macnamara, School-Room Humour (3 ed, 1913) (link is to 2017 reprint).
11. Cecil Hunt, Howlers (1928).
12. Walter Jerrold, Bulls, Blunders and Howlers, (1928).
13. Colin McIlwaine, Schoolboy "Howlers" (3 ed, 1928).
14. Cecil Hunt, Fresh Howlers (1930).
15. Cecil Hunt, The Howlers Omnibus (1928–30) (comprising Howlers, Fresh Howlers, and Fun with the Famous).
16. Colin McIlwaine, Smith Minor Again (1930).
17. EB White, Ho Hum: Newsbreaks from "The New Yorker" (1931).
18. Alexander Abingdon, Boners: Being a Collection of Schoolboy Wisdom, or Knowledge as it is Sometimes Written (1931).
19. Alexander Abingdon, More Boners (1931).
20. Alexander Abingdon, Still More Boners (1931).
21. Alexander Abingdon, The Omnibus Boners (1931) (comprising Boners, More Boners, and Still More Boners).
22. Cecil Hunt, Howlers Encored (1931).
23. WW Scott, Breaks: Unintentional Humour by Tired Newspaper Men and Others (1931).
25. Alexander Abingdon, Prize Boners for 1932 (1932).
26. Cecil Hunt, Latest Howlers (1934).
27. Frank M Richmond, School Yarns And Howlers (1934) 75.
28. Cecil Hunt, Hand-picked howlers (1937).
29. John Audrey, Bloomers (1937).
30. Cecil Hunt, More Hand-Picked Howlers (1938).
31. Cecil Hunt, Ripe Howlers (1939).
32. The Pocket Book of Boners (1941) (selections from Boners, More Boners, Still More Boners, and Prize Boners for 1932).
33. Juliet Lowell, Dear Sir (1944).
34. KR Cramp, The “Roar” Material of History (1946).
35. Juliet Lowell, Dear Sir or Madam, (1946).
36. Louis Untermeyer, A Treasury of Laughter (1946).
37. Cecil Hunt, My Favourite Howlers (1951).
38. Denys Parsons, It Must Be True: Classic Newspaper Howlers, Bloomers and Misprints (1952).
39. SC Johnson, Schoolboy and Other Howlers (1953).
40. Denys Parsons, Can it be True? (1953).
41. Juliet Lowell, Dear Doctor (1955).
42. Denys Parsons, Nothing Brightens the Garden Like Primrose Panes (1955) (text from It Must Be True (1952) and Can It Be True? (1953))
43. Cecil Hunt, The Best Howlers (1957).
44. H Allen Smith, Don't Get Perconel with a Chicken (1957).
45. Juliet Lowell, Dear Justice (1958).
46. Denys Parsons, Many a True Word (1958).
47. Juliet Lowell, Dear Hollywoodl (1959).
48. Roger Brook, Really, Nurse! (1960).
49. Juliet Lowell, Dear Mr Congressman (1960).
50. Juliet Lowell, Dear Folks (1960).
51. Private Eye (1961–) (magazine that often publishes howlers and bloopers from contemporary newspapers and other sources).
52. Juliet Lowell, Dear Man of Affairs (1961).
53. Art Linkletter, Kids Sure Rite Funny! (1962).
54. Denys Parsons, Say it Isn't So (1st American edition, 1962).
55. Juliet Lowell, Dear VIP (1963).
56. Denys Parsons, Funny Ha Ha and Funny Peculiar (1965).
57. Jerry Robinson, True Classroom Flubs & Fluffs (1965).
58. Fritz Spiegl, What the Papers Didn't Mean to Say (1965).
59. Roger Brook, And After That Nurse? (1966).
60. Juliet Lowell, Boners in the News (1966).
61. Fritz Spiegl, Black on White Misprint Show (1966).
62. Denys Parsons, Funny Ho Ho and Funny Fantastic (1967).
63. Juliet Lowell, Dear Candidate (1968).
64. Fritz Spiegl, More of What the Papers Didn't Mean to Say (1968).
65. Denys Parsons, Funny Amusing And Funny Amazing (1969).
66. Fritz Spiegl, What the Aussie Papers Didn't Mean to Say, (1969).
67. Amsel Greene, Pullet Surprises (1969).
68. Ben Trovato, Best Howlers (1970).
69. Denys Parsons, Fun-Tastic (1971).
70. Denys Parsons, Even More Fun-tastic! (1972).
71. Denys Parsons, Funny, Funny, Funny (1976).
72. Richard E Gregory, Knight Book of Howlers (1977).
73. Patrick Myler, Irish Newspaper Howlers (1978).
74. Denys Parsons, Funny Ribticklebus and Funny Ridiculous (1979).
75. Gloria Cooper, Squad Helps Dog Bite Victim (1980).
76. WD Ian Rolfe, Geological Howlers (1980).
77. Denys Parsons, Best of Shrdlu (1981) (omnibus edition, with ¼ new material).
78. Gyles Brandreth, The Book of Mistaikes (1982).
79. David Hardy, What a Mistake (1983).
80. Russell Ash, Howlers (based on the Howlers books by Cecil Hunt).
81. R Nielson, Breeding as a Sport: 101 Student Howlers (1985).
82. Barry Thiering, The Book of Howlers (1985).
83. Fred Thompson, Recline and Fall: A Teacher's Treasury of Schoolboy Howlers (1986).
84. Gloria Cooper, Red Tape Holds Up New Bridge (1987).
85. FAC Lawrence, Classic Classroom Clangers (1987).
86. Richard Lederer, Anguished English (1987).
87. Robin Williamson, Holy Howlers (1987).
88. William Cooke, Howlers (1988).
89. Janet Rogers, Hilarious Howlers and Nutty News (1988).
90. Denys Parsons, Lady with Little Dog Seeks Post: Slip-ups, C-ck Ups and Other B-lls Ups from the World of the Printed Page (1989) (previously published as The Best of Shrdlu (1981)).
91. Reader’s Digest, Press Clangers and Bloopers (1991).
92. Jarvis Finger, Did I Really Say That? (1993).
93. Richard Lederer, More Anguished English: An Expose of Embarrassing, Excruciating, and Egregious Errors in English (1993).
94. Richard Lederer, Fractured English (1996).
95. Alexander Abingdon, Herrings Go about the Sea In Shawls and Other Classic Howlers from Classrooms and Examination Papers (1997) (reprint of the 1931 Boners book).
96. Patricia J Hunt, Holy Howlers (1999).
97. Michelle Lovric and Lea Chambers, Latin Stuff and Nonsense (1999).
98. Richard Lederer, The Bride of Anguished English: A Bonanza of Bloopers, Blunders, Botches, and Boo-Boos (2000).
99. Vincent Shanley, Classic Classroom Clangers: A Rowdy Assembly of Howlers and Gaffes (2000).
100. Michelle Lovric, Howlers and Faux Pas, The Awkward Art of the Gaffe and the Bloomer (2001).
101. Denys Parsons, It Must Be True: Classic Newspaper Howlers, Bloomers and Misprints (2002) (collection of howlers from Parsons’ previous books).
102. Michael O’Mara, The World's Stupidest Headlines (2004).
103. Richard Lederer, The Revenge of Anguished English: More Accidental Assaults Upon Our Language (2005).
104. Norman McGreevy, Must Try Harder!: The Very Worst Howlers by Schoolchildren (2006).
105. Vincent Shanley, More Classic Classroom Clangers (2006).
106. Alexander Abingdon, Boners: Seriously Misguided Facts- According to Schoolkids. (2007) (reprint of the 1931 Boners book).
107. Anderson Henrikson, Ignorance is Blitz: Mangled Moments of History From Actual College Students (2008).
108. Martin Toesland, A Steroid Hit the Earth: A Celebration of Misprints, Typos and Other Howlers (2009).
109. Philip Ardagh, Philip Ardagh's Book of Howlers, Blunders and Random Mistakery (2010).
110. Anderson Henrikson, College in a Nutskull: A Crash Ed Course in Higher Education (2010).
111. Troy Simpson, Funny English Errors and Insights: Illustrated (2010).
112. Richard Benson, Blackboard Blunders: Spelling Slip-ups and Homework Howlers (2011).
113. Anna Tripp, School Fail: Hilarious Howlers from School (2012).
114. Paul Sharpe, The Bionic Plague & Other Humorous History Howlers (2013).
115. Tim Dedopulos, The Big Book of Autocorrect Fails: Hundreds of Hilarious Howlers! by Tim Dedopulos (2015).
116. Rex W Last, She Smokes Like a Fish: New Howlers, Typos and Other Misteaks (2017).
117. Troy Simpson, The Funny Dictionary: Illustrated (2018).