Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang define love in simple but true terms in Charles M. Schulz’ 1965 book, Love is Walking Hand in Hand. The book is out of print, hence its high price. (Thanks Bea!)
Etsy seller Cleverhands makes straps with small loops for carrying pens and pencils while wrapped around a book, sketchpad or journal. There’s also a version that carries cellphones.
Someday a “book” will be but bits of data, just one of the many functions embedded in our gadgets. Here’s a look at the soon-to-be lost art of printing and bookbinding, courtesy of Glen Milner.
Arm yourself with hundreds of rude statements, smackdowns and comebacks for insulting the intelligence, appearance, sexual prowess and even, dare we say it… the mama of your foes.
..You Must Taste Before You Die features the best Scotches, Ryes and Bourbons, as selected by former Whisky Magazine editor Dominic Roskrow and a team of conoisseurs from around the world.
Get help with today’s social dilemmas, such as whether to friend your boss on Facebook, which airplane armrest is yours, appropriate texting, and how to generally not be a rude person.
Batman must use his detective skills to unravel a series of brutal murders in Gotham City in the first of two stories in what Batman junkies are calling an instant classic in the series.
A gorgeous hardcover book chronicling 10 years of environments, weapons, characters, vehicles and enemies from the Halo universe. A video game book that actually belongs on your coffee table.
A choose your own adventure book for puzzle geeks. The Tic Tac Tome has over 1,400 pages and even gives you the option of going first or letting the book go first. You can only play as the X though.
The man who brought us Michael Jackson’s Thriller chronicles 320 pages of the grossest, creepiest, most evil and awesome monsters and baddies in the history of the cinema in this hardcover book.
An instruction manual for unleashing your inner Dennis the Menace, Bart King’s book helps you pull off practical jokes of all shapes and sizes, and chronicles some of the greatest hoaxes of all time.
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