Mr Bridges, 27, is to write his life story for Penguin, for a book that will be published in the autumn of 2014.
He said the book would not be written with the aid of a 'ghost writer'.
Brigdes said: "It's just my CV and exam results, and bronze swimming badge will get mentioned.
"Somebody from publishers Penguin approached me and asked me, 'Would you ever consider writing your story?' because it's quite strange to start stand-up straight from school."
Bridges was inspired to do stand up after reading Frank Skinner's autobiography, and he later made his debut at The Stand comedy club in Glasgow at the age of 17.
He reached the final of the So You Think You're Funny competition at the Edinburgh Fringe the next year.
His two DVDs have sold more than 600,000 copies.
The BBC One series, Kevin Bridges - What's The Story? was nominated for two Scottish Baftas.
Alex Clarke, publishing director at Penguin, said: "We are absolutely thrilled to be publishing Kevin's book - he's an extraordinary talent in the comedy world, a wise head on young shoulders, with an incredible comic style and delivery.
"Without doubt Kevin's book will be an absolute tour de force - we can't wait."