Q: What is the smallest book in a Mennonite college library?
A: A book on war heroes.
From the Mennonite Lexicon:
Mennostery: a school for sons and daughters of Mennonites under vows to find a mate, a service, or a vocation while studying there.
Mennologue: a conversation between two persons, each armed with an error-proof genealogy, who discover they have an ancestor in common.
Collected by Katie Funk Wiebe in “Reclassified” in Festival Quarterly
updated June 18, 2012