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Making the Movement: How Activists Fought for Civil Rights with Buttons, Flyers, Pins, and Posters

Will likely appeal to anyone interested in the Civil Rights movement in the United States and related visual artifacts.
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The Amazing Baby Name Book: A (Possibly) Helpful and Slightly Amusing Guide from A to Z

More of a trivia-style guide than a baby naming book; some readers may want to look elsewhere.

The Women Who Changed Architecture

As a collection of women architects’ biographies, this is a worthwhile book for architecture collections. As an effort to reframe women’s impact, contributions, and participation in the profession of architecture, it is essential for collections that cover architecture or design.
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Forever Home: The Inspiring Tales of Rescue Dogs

There exist many similar books about rescue dogs, but Scott’s stands out for its emphasis on the characters of both the dogs and the human volunteers who work tirelessly to find them homes.
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Bamboo Contemporary: Green Houses Around the Globe

Unique ideals and gorgeous photography abound in this beautifully produced book.
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Prop Man: From John Wick to Silver Linings Playbook, from Boardwalk Empire to Parks and Recreation

In this stunning work, MacDonald illustrates that the devil is in the details for a prop man.
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Architectural Gardens: Inside the Landscapes of Lucas & Lucas

Lucas and Orr demonstrate that good landscape design balances elements between land and home, between the natural and the manmade. Their book would serve as a useful reference for garden designers, architects, and home gardeners alike.
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Saws, Planes, and Scorps: Exceptional Woodworking Tools and Their Makers

Readers need not know a lump hammer from a bevel gauge to appreciate durable, efficient, and striking hand tools. A resurgent interest in handcrafts will draw in newbies as well as seasoned woodcrafters and collectors with an appreciation for tool function and design. Recommended.

Extra Bold: A Feminist, Inclusive, Anti-Racist, Nonbinary Field Guide for Graphic Designers

This work empowers readers with theory, historical precedent, and practical information, while encouraging everyone to “amplify other voices and disrupt patterns of inequity.” Don’t pass on this singular resource.
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