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From the Cataloguer's Desktop

... because I KNOW you don't have your library cards completely maxed out yet ... ;-)

Humble masterpieces : everyday marvels of design, by Paola Antonelli.

Access all areas : a user's guide to the art of urban exploration, by Ninjalicious.

Cheap, fast, good!, by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross. Was there EVER a more perfect cookbook title?

The way of ignorance, and other essays, by Wendell Berry.

The last man who knew everything, by Andrew Robinson.

Trickster travels : a sixteenth-century Muslim between worlds, by Natalie Zemon Davis.

Altman on Altman, by Robert Altman, edited by David Thompson.

Embracing the infidel : stories of Muslim migrants on the journey west, by Behzad Yaghmaian.

Letters of a Portuguese nun : uncovering the mystery behind a 17th century forbidden love, by Myriam Cyr.

Take silk : a guide to silk "paper" for the creative fiber artist, by Judith Pinnell.

The complete natural medicine guide to women's health, by Sat Dharam Kaur, Mary Danylak-Arhanic, and Carolyn Dean.

The button maker : 30 great techniques and 35 stylish projects, by Sarah Beaman.

Thieves of Baghdad : one Marine's passion for ancient civilizations and the journey to recover the world's greatest stolen treasures, by Matthew Bogdanos.

The Romanian : story of an obsession, by Bruce Benderson.

Visions of the universe : the latest discoveries in space revealed, by Raman Prinja.

Selected poems, 1931-2004, by Czeslaw Milosz.

Strong women, strong bones : everything you need to know to prevent, treat, and beat osteoporosis, updated edition, by Miriam E. Nelson and Sarah Wernick.

Drawing blood : forty-five years of Scarfe uncensored, by Gerald Scarfe.

Misdiagnosis and dual diagnoses of gifted children and adults : ADHD, bipolar, OCD, Asperger's, depression, and other disorders, by James T. Webb.

Working with you is killing me : freeing yourself from emotional traps at work, by Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster.

Breaking the spell : religion as a natural phenomenon, by Daniel C .Dennett.

The baby business : how money, science, and politics drive the commerce of conception, by Debora L. Spar.

Lonesome George : the life and loves of a conservation icon, by Henry Nicholls. This one's especially for tommdroid!

The homeowner's guide to energy independence : alternative power sources for the average American, by Christine Woodside.

The paranoia of everyday life, by Gerald Alper.

The great theft : wrestling Islam from the extremists, by Khaled Abou El Fadl.

The genius in the design : Bernini, Borromini, and the rivalry that transformed Rome, by Jake Morrissey.

A teaspoon and an open mind : the science of Doctor Who, by Michael White.

On seeing : things seen, unseen, and obscene, by F. Gonzalez-Crussi.
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