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The Cataloguer's Desktop

The Secrets of Living and Loving With Diabetes, by Janis Roszler, William H. Polonsky, Steven V. Edelman.

Slow Carb For Life : the Ultimate Practical Guide to Low-Carb Living, by Patricia Haakonson, Harv Haakonson.

The Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance & Musical Theater, edited by Claude J. Summers.

Soap and Scent, and Face Creams, Hair Rinses, and Body Lotions, by Gill Farrer-Halls. Do-it-yourself organic cosmetics!

Ballet-Fit Workout, by Megan Connelly, Paula Baird-Colt, David McAllister. Some of the stuff in here looked as if it'd be really good for fencers (a lot of focus on balance and control).

Herman Miller : the Purpose of Design, by John R. Berry.

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book?, by Lauren Child.

Shrek!, by William Steig. The original story ... boy, did they EVER clean up Shrek's personality for the film! :p

Alia's Mission : Saving the Books of Iraq, by Mark Alan Stamaty.

Seize the Daylight : the Curious and Contentious Story of Daylight Saving Time, by David Prerau.

Right to Dance : Dancing for Rights, edited by Naomi M. Jackson.

The Incendiary : the Misadventures of John the Painter, First Modern Terrorist, by Jessica Warner.

Contemporary India : a Sociological View, by Satish Deshpande.

Wodehouse : a Life, by Robert McCrum. The life of the man who created Jeeves and Bertie Wooster.

May and Amy : a True Story of Family, Forbidden Love, and the Secret Lives of May Gaskell, Her Daughter Amy, and Sir Edward Burne-Jones, by Josceline Dimbleby.

Buddha's Warriors : the Story of the CIA-Backed Tibetan Freedom Fighters, the Chinese Communist Invasion, and the Ultimate Fall of Tibet, by Mikel Dunham.

The Little Red Writing Book, by Brandon Royal.

A Global History of Indigenous Peoples, by Ken S. Coates.

I am a Red Dress : Incantations on a Grandmother, a Mother, and a Daughter, by Anna Camilleri.

Powwow Calendar 2005 : Directory of Native American Gatherings in the USA & Canada, by Jerry Lee Hutchens.

Postcards from the Brain Museum : the Improbable Search for Meaning in the Matter of Famous Minds, by Brian Burrell.

Allah's Torch : a Report from Behind the Scenes in Asia's War on Terror, by Tracy Dahlby.

The New Smithsonian Book of Comic Book Stories : from Crumb to Clowes, edited by Bob Callahan.

Windows XP Digital Music for Dummies, by Ryan Williams.

The Civil War Up Close : Thousands of Curious, Obscure, and Fascinating Facts About the War America Could Never Win, by Donald Cartmell.

Amphoto's Guide to Creative Digital Photography, by George Schaub.

The Debt Threat : How Debt is Destroying the Developing World, by Noreena Hertz.

Distory : a Treasury of Historical Insults, compiled by Robert Schnackenberg.

Reading the Enemy's Mind : Inside Star Gate-- America's Psychic Espionage Program, by Paul H. Smith.

On Food and Cooking : the Science and Lore of the Kitchen, by Harold McGee.

C++ Primer Plus, 5th edition, by Stephen Prata.

The Fly in the Cathedral : How a Group of Cambridge Scientists Won the International Race to Split the Atom, by Brian Cathcart.

AIDS in Asia : a Continent in Peril, by Susan S. Hunter.

The Rough Guide to Superheroes, edited by Paul Simpson, Helen Rodiss, Michaela Bushell.

K., by Roberto Calasso.

One Planet, One People : Beyond "Us vs. Them", by Carl Coon.

The Sun : a Biography, by David Whitehouse.

Red Serge and Polar Bear Pants, by William Barr.

Carnaval!, edited by Barbara Mauldin.

Encounters : the Meeting of Asia and Europe, 1500-1800, edited by Anna Jackson and Amin Jaffer.

Film Art Phenomena, by Nicky Hamlyn.

New Cinematographers, by Alexander Ballinger.

Gulag : Life and Death Inside the Soviet Concentration Camps, 1917-1990, by Tomasz Kizny.

The Complete Guide to Digital Color : Creative Use of Color in the Digital Arts, by Chris Linford.

Charting a Course to Wellness : Creative Ways of Living with Heart Disease and Diabetes, by Treena and Graham Kerr. More cookery from the author of last list's "Simply Splenda".

Surviving Your Academic Job Hunt : Advice for Humanities PhDs, by Kathryn Hume.

Ravensong : a Natural and Fabulous History of Ravens and Crows, and, Wolfsong : a Natural and Fabulous History of Wolves, by Catherine Feher-Elston.

Blue Clay People : Seasons on Africa's Fragile Edge, by William Powers.

Mad Mary Lamb : Lunacy and Murder in Literary London, by Susan Tyler Hitchcock.

Hell Riders : the True Story of the Charge of the Light Brigade, by Terry Brighton.

Medieval Arms and Armor : a Pictorial Archive, by J.H. Hefner-Alteneck.

Godless at the Workbench, by Annie Gérin.

And another one for your free ebook lists: Villegas Editores posts a new Colombian publication each week.
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