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Deep Space: Beyond the Solar System to the Edge of the Universe and the Beginning of Time

A stunning and essential coffee-table book. Targeted at amateur astronomers, the book takes advantage of today’s advanced astronomy research that provides exciting new information from the sensitive eyes of modern large telescopes, both in space and on the ground. Nicely supplements Erich Karkoschka’s Observer’s Sky Atlas and the National Geographic Stargazer’s Atlas.
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The Encyclopedia of Cut Flowers: What Flowers To Buy, When To Buy Them, and How To Keep Them Alive Longer

A distinctive ready reference that will provide an abundance of positive takeaways and tips for both novices and the most seasoned florists.
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Black TV: Five Decades of Groundbreaking Television from ‘Soul Train’ to ‘Black-ish’ and Beyond

Readers who fondly remember watching programs such as In Living Color and Everybody Hates Chris will especially enjoy this. Same goes for TV enthusiasts looking for something to rewatch.

Impossible People: A Completely Average Recovery Story

Wertz’s immersive and sometimes very funny tale hardly fits the “completely average” subtitle, yet nearly everyone can see themselves somewhere in her story, cheer her on, and enjoy the surprise ending.
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Steven Spielberg, All the Films: The Story Behind Every Movie, Episode, and Short

Despite some repetitiveness, this well-illustrated book is certain to appeal to admirers of Spielberg’s oeuvre.
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Beauty in Bloom: Floral Portraits

This title may be best suited to libraries with large photography collections, which can accommodate this trim size.

Tools: A Visual Exploration of Implements and Devices in the Workshop

A perfect and highly recommended reference book. It’s a remarkable refresher for those more experienced and handy with tools; newbies will likely find it to be an impressive introduction as well.

Sondheim: His Life, His Shows, His Legacy

This impressive volume is an important biographical addition to collections on musical theater and the Broadway entertainment industry.

The Golden Screen: The Movies That Made Asian America

Highly recommended for libraries, general cinephiles, and readers interested in Asian American viewpoints.
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