Does that book title look funny to you? Your answer may depend on which style guide you use. I'm a fan of The Chicago Manual of Style, so the quotation marks appear odd to me. In that style guide, book titles are italicized. On the other hand, in the Associated Press Stylebook, quotation marks are correct.
In The Chicago Manual of Style, a shorter work (such as a song, poem, or short story) generally appears in quotation marks, while longer works have italics. In AP style, nearly every type of composition uses quotation marks.
The table below shows how to handle different kinds of composition titles in Chicago and AP styles.