Not much to say about these, except they’re awesome. Oh, and as ThinkGeek says, these bookends are being sold on a pseudo-promotional basis: buy one half, get the other half free.
Show your love for Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Patty and Woodstock with these limited-edition Peanuts journals in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Charles Schultz’s classic comic.
We first thought this was a joke or a parody, so imagine our surprise when we found out that this is a real (and rare) children’s book, written by Kerry Milliron and wonderfully illustrated by Bob Eggleton.
Malagana Design’s Equilibrium Bookcase consists of 5 separate cantilevered modules that can be configured at single angled points. It holds more than 120 lbs and disassembles without tools.
Simpsons World: The Ultimate Episode Guide has synopses of all episodes from seasons 1 to 20. Also lists things like Bart’s chalkboard phrases, the family couch gags and celebrity guests.
These photos aren’t from some strange alien world. This book features incredible pics taken with a scanning electron microscope, enlarging images up to 22-million times from their actual size.
Looking for something besides today’s fou-fou martinis to pipe down your manly gullet? This guide offers recipes for 60+ old-school cocktails, plus pics and quotes from the old men who drink them.
Designed as a digital replacement for textbooks and notepads, the Kno tablet will feature two large touchscreens, accept pen input, and a full-featured web browser supporting HTML5 and Flash.
Knock Knock’s self-diagnosis manual is a hypochondriacs’ dream checklist, with hundreds of diseases linked to the most general of symptoms. Does your head hurt? It’s encephalitis! It has to be!
Contains over 700 famous lines from movies. Use it as a perfect bathroom reader, coffee table book, a quick icebreaker, or you know, find out where that one line is from. Not everyone’s a film buff.
Postertext creates book posters that you can admire and actually read. Each poster has an image silhouetted against the actual text of a book or story. Check back weekly for new posters.
According to the description, this “official U.S. Army field manual” provides hundreds of illustrations and techniques for tracking and exterminating those pesky werewolves. Uh, yeah.
This blog comes up with more appropriate titles for popular books, all in the name of fun. The irony is that you actually have to have read half of the books on the blog in order to get the jokes.
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