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Gennaro’s Cucina: Hearty Money-Saving Meals from an Italian Kitchen

A wonderful and welcome addition to the canon of Italian cuisine, filled with gorgeous photography.

The Style Thesaurus: A Definitive, Gender-Neutral Guide to the Meaning of Style and an Essential Wardrobe Companion for All Fashion Lovers

A well-written and fascinating volume that keeps readers engrossed. Best for fashion mavens and those who work in the industry.

The Butcher’s Table: Techniques and Recipes To Make the Most of Your Meat

Highly approachable, easy-to-follow, and careful instructions make this a wonderful addition to the bookshelf. Best for serious cooks.

The Science of Movement, Exercise, and Mental Health

Designed and ideal for professional practitioners of personal training, dance, yoga, and similar fields. Experienced users may benefit from this book’s content as well.

The New Knitting Stitch Dictionary: 500 Patterns for Textures, Lace, Aran Cables, Colorwork, Motifs, Edgings and More

This is a sumptuous reference volume that not only offers a plentitude of patterns but also contains helpful photos for each stitch for knitters to easily visualize and incorporate into their own original creations. This handy guide can enhance the abilities of all knitters.

A Guide to Wild Food Foraging: Proper Techniques for Finding and Preparing Nature’s Flavorful Edibles

A wonderfully visual resource containing color photographs to help in identification, useful sidebars, recipes, proper preparation ideas, and information on which plants can be used for medicinal purposes. Best for beginner foragers, campers, or anyone who goes backcountry hiking.

There Is No Right Way To Meditate: Revised and Expanded Edition

A supportive volume for someone at any stage of experience in meditation. Beginners may be the prime beneficiaries, but those with additional practice may appreciate the author’s approach as well. Sakugawa’s artistry and gentle humor aids greatly in making this an approachable volume.

The Dictionary of the Book: A Glossary for Book Collectors, Booksellers, Librarians, and Others

This ambitious and entertaining update solidifies Berger’s volume as a must-have title for librarians, booksellers, collectors, and students of the book arts and book history.

Activate Your Greatness

Weaving between providing inspiration and telling his life’s story, Toussaint describes his mental and physical methods for tapping into one’s inner greatness and achieving one’s dreams. This is a straightforward account guiding readers to embrace his motto: “Feel good, look good, do better.”

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