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Williams Sonoma at Home Favorites: 110+ Recipes from the Test Kitchen

A wonderfully produced volume filled with ideas and alternatives to help create meals with family and friends. Perfect for those with beginner or intermediate cooking skills, but with the many themes and variations on recipes, it may inspire more advanced cooks as well.

Knitting California: 26 Easy-To-Follow Designs for Beautiful Beanies Inspired by the Golden State

Bates’s collection of patterns will appeal to knitters who enjoy stranded colorwork, nature-inspired motifs, or knitted hats.

Fitwaffle’s Baked in One: 100 Desserts Using Just One Pan

Newly minted cooks will find this a straightforward and encouraging entry point to the world of baking.

Muy Bueno, FIESTAS: 100+ Delicious Mexican Recipes for Celebrating the Year

A tasty treat for libraries looking to expand their Mexican cookbook collections.

Embrace Your Space: Ideas and Stylish Upgrades for Every Room on Any Budget

Ideal for public libraries where interior design collections are popular.

The Art of the Flower

Highly recommended for any collection where interior design or gardening books are popular.

Maybe Swearing Will Help: Relax and Curse Your Ass Off in Cross-Stitch

This is a short but comprehensive and enjoyable companion piece for cross-stitch fans looking to add a little humor to their next project.

The Birth of Rock ’n’ Roll: The Illustrated Story of Sun Records and the 70 Recordings That Changed the World

This beautifully designed book will captivate readers with a magnetic combination of storytelling, behind-the-scenes anecdotes, and a stellar array of photographs portraying the many acclaimed artists that came to be associated with Sun Records. Unmissable and transcending time, this is the ultimate rock ’n’ roll handbook.

Knitting the National Parks: 63 Easy-To-Follow Designs for Beautiful Beanies Inspired by the US National Parks

Buy where there is reader demand for intermediate-level knitting projects, with the caveat that this is for experienced right-handed U.S. knitters; left-handed and non-U.S. knitters will need to know how to do their own conversions and where to look for stitch abbreviations.

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