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From the Cataloguer's Desktop

Scarf Style : Innovative to Traditional, 31 Inspirational Styles to Knit and Crochet, by Pam Allen.

200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets, Throws, and Afghans : Crochet Squares to Mix and Match, by Jan Eaton.

The Art of Ian Norbury : Sculptures in Wood, by Ian Norbury.

Access VBA Programming For Dummies, by Alan Simpson.

Roasting: Meat, Fish, Vegetables, Sauces and More, by Sonia Stevenson.

The Complete Photo Guide To Home Repair: with 350 Projects and 2300 Photos, by Black & Decker.

Intelligence Matters, by Bob Graham and Jeff Nussbaum.

The Business of Holidays, edited by Maud Lavin.

Philip and Elizabeth : Portrait of a Marriage, by Gyles Brandreth.

A Land of Ghosts : The Braided Lives of People and the Forest in Far Western Amazonia, by David G. Campbell.

This I Believe : An A to Z of a Life, by Carlos Fuentes.

Thinking In Type: The Practical Philosophy Of Typography, by Alex W. White.

Fast, Fun & Easy Fabric Boxes and Fast, Fun & Easy Fabric Bowls, by Linda Johansen.

Chiva : A Village Takes on the Global Heroin Trade, by Chellis Glendinning.

The Uncrowned Kings of England: The Black History of the Dudleys and the Tudor Throne, by Derek Wilson.

Iron Tears : America's Battle for Freedom, Britain's Quagmire: 1775-1783, by Stanley Weintraub.

Nelson : a Dream of Glory, by John Sugden.

Histories of the Hanged: The Dirty War in Kenya and the End of Empire, by David Anderson.

What Can You Do With A Major in English?, by Shelley O'Hara.

Birdsong : A Natural History, by Don Stap.

Words on Fire: The Unfinished Story of Yiddish, by Dovid Katz.

Where Race Does Not Matter, by Cecil Foster.

The A To X Of Alternative Music, by Steve Taylor.

Wildlife-Friendly Plants: Make Your Garden A Haven For Beneficial Insects, Amphibians And Birds, by Rosemary Creeser.

Travelling With Che Guevara : The Making of a Revolutionary, by Alberto Granado. (library searching tip: some American editions spell "travelling" with a single "l")

Providence of a Sparrow : Lessons From a Life Gone to the Birds, by Chris Chester.

God's Playground : a History of Poland, by Norman Davies.

An Ordinary Person's Guide to Empire, by Arundhati Roy.

India Divided : Diversity and Democracy Under Attack, by Vandana Shiva.

The Art of Discworld, by Paul Kidby.

The Anchor Book of Chinese Poetry : From Ancient to Contemporary, The Full 3000-Year Tradition, edited by Tony Barnstone and Chou Ping.

No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days, by Chris Baty.

A Church at War : Anglicans and Homosexuality, by Stephen Bates.

Perdita : Royal Mistress, Writer, Romantic, by Sarah Gristwood.

On Literature, by Umberto Eco.

The Riddle of Gender : Science, Activism, and Transgender Rights, by Deborah Rudacille.

Nudity : a Cultural Anatomy, by Ruth Barcan.

Swerve: Reckless Observations of a Postmodern Girl, by Aisha Tyler.

Noise of the World: Non-Western Artists in Their Own Words, by Hank Bordowitz.

Eating My Words : an Appetite for Life, by Mimi Sheraton.

Through the Looking Glass: Further Adventures & Misadventures in the Realm of Children's Literature, by Selma G. Lanes.

Savage Pastimes : A Cultural History of Violent Entertainment, by Harold Schechter.

American Ghosts : a Memoir, by David Plante.

Bayou Farewell : The Rich Life and Tragic Death of Louisiana's Cajun Coast, by Mike Tidwell.

It's Your World--If You Don't Like It, Change It : Activism for Teenagers, by Mikki Halpin.

Bellydance : A Guide to Middle Eastern Dance, Its Music, Its Culture and Costume, by Keti Sharif. Added particularly because of something that caught my eye as I was cataloguing ... the author was mentioning that quite a few of her students have told her that they experienced major reduction in (and sometimes disappearance of) PMS symptoms and menstrual cramps after taking up bellydancing.

Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress, by Susan Jane Gilman.

Sin-a-rama : Sleaze Sex Paperbacks of the Sixties, edited by Brittany A. Daley (and others).
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