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Finding home : a war child's journey to peace, by Frank Oberle.

The London Underground, by Andrew Emmerson.

Fibromyalgia : 0ver 75 simple & delicious recipes for nutritional healing, by Marie-Annick Courtier.

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of sausages, by Tom Holt.

Felting fashion : creative and inspirational techniques for feltmakers, by Lizzie Houghton.

When sex hurts : a woman's guide to banishing sexual pain, by Andrew Goldstein, Caroline Pukall, and Irwin Goldstein.
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Not a book, but of interest to those who browse for 'em in the local public library (unless yours uses LC or another system). On BBC7 online, with 4 more days left to listen: A Dewey Decimal
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Ball peen hammer, by Adam Rapp and George O'Connor.

Beneath the lion's gaze, by Maaza Mengiste.

Bone worship, by Elizabeth Eslami.

Here comes the bride, by Beatrice Masini.

The case for Pluto : how a little planet made a big difference, by Alan Boyle.
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A tasty holiday list:

Quicksand : HIV/AIDS in our lives, by Anonymous.

Rainbow solidarity in defense of Cuba, by Leslie Feinberg.

An empire unacquainted with defeat, by Glen Cook.

World cheese book, editor-in-chief, Juliet Harbutt.

Waste : uncovering the global food scandal, by Tristram Stuart.
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The real world of a forensic scientist : renowned experts reveal what it takes to solve crimes, by Henry C. Lee, Elaine M. Pagliaro, Katherine Ramsland.

There once lived a woman who tried to kill her neighbor's baby : scary fairy tales, by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya.

An elegy for Easterly : stories, by Petina Gappah.

Letters of a Peruvian woman, by Françoise de Graffigny.

Difford's encyclopedia of cocktails : 2,600 recipes, by Simon Difford.
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Chocolate : a love story, by Max Brenner.

Genda's blade : Japan's squadron of aces, by Henry Sakaida and Koji Takaki.

Extreme Halloween, by Tom Nardone.

Making connections : a handbook of cold joins for jewelers and mixed-media artists, by Susan Lenart Kazmer and Nina Graci.

Dissection : photographs of a rite of passage in American medicine, 1880-1930, by John Harley Warner and James E. Edmonson.
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[ profile] catdesk has opted out of LJ's new "My Guest" feature ... the cataloguer has far better things to do than worry about who happens across this place.

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The biggest booklist posted here so far! And we'll start off with a little something for Hallowe'en ...

Extreme pumpkins and Extreme pumpkins II, both by Tom Nardone.

Lifting depression : a neuroscientist's hands-on approach to activating your brain's healing power, by Kelly Lambert.

The time of their lives : the golden age of great American publishers, their editors, and authors, by Al Silverman. (thanks to Brad for this one!)

The Montefeltro conspiracy : a Renaissance mystery decoded, by Marcello Simonetta.

Limekiller, by Avram Davidson.

dotCrime manifesto : how to stop Internet crime, by Phillip Hallam-Baker.

The Black list, by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Elvis Mitchell.
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Techniques of medieval armour reproduction : the 14th century, by Brian R. Price.

Good-bye, by Yoshihiro Tatsumi.

Reference librarianship : notes from the trenches, by Charles R. Anderson and Peter Sprenkle.

The black death : a personal history, by John Hatcher.

Green up your cleanup, by Jill Potvin Schoff.

Asian cinema : a field guide, by Tom Vick.
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The flexitarian table : inspired, flexible meals for vegetarians, meat lovers, and everyone in between, by Peter Berley.

Panna cotta : Italy's elegant custard made easy and Enlightened chocolate, both by Camilla V. Saulsbury.

Investigating Farscape : uncharted territories of sex and science fiction, by Jes Battis.

On the table : 100 years of functional ceramics in Canada, curated by Sandra Alfoldy and Rachel Gotlieb (sorry, couldn't find a link for the book anywhere, not even on the Museum's site) ... catalogue for the exhibition of the same name.

Encounters in the virtual feminist museum : time, space and the archive, by Griselda Pollock.

Creating a world without poverty : social business and the future of capitalism, by Muhammad Yunus.
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Predator : life and death in the African bush, by Mark C. Ross and David Reesor.

Shortcomings, by Adrian Tomine.

Percy Gloom, by Cathy Malkasian.

Quilting, patchwork & appliqué : a world guide, by Caroline Crabtree and Christine Shaw. Some costuming-interest stuff in this one.

The sinus cure : 7 simple steps to relieve sinusitis and other ear, nose, and throat conditions, revised and updated edition, by Debra Fulghum Bruce and Murray Grossan. 'cause it's that time of year ...

China's sacred sites, by Nan Shunxun and Beverly Foit Albert.
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I know ... it's been forever and forever since I posted a booklist. Not because I had no books to share or because I was bored with the whole thing, but simply because I kept forgetting to bring home my notes from work. But I finally did and now it's baaa-aaack ...

Peace be upon you : the story of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish coexistence, by Zachary Karabell.

To catch a predator : protecting your kids from online enemies already in your home, by Chris Hansen.

Crochet in no time : a simple stylish collection of 52 quick crochet projects, by Melody Griffiths.

Books on fire : the destruction of libraries throughout history, by Lucien X. Polastron.

Nuns : a history of convent life, 1450-1700, by Silvia Evangelisti.
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Edmund and Rosemary go to Hell, by Bruce Eric Kaplan.

God save the Queen, written by Mike Carey and painted by John Bolton.

Exit wounds, by Rutu Modan.

Montage, by Sam Rohdie.

Good girls and wicked witches : women in Disney's feature animation, by Amy M. Davis.

Architextiles, edited by Mark Garcia.
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Domiknitrix : whip your knitting into shape, by Jennifer Stafford.

Beneath the metropolis : the secret lives of cities, by Alex Marshall.

The encyclopedia of novels into film, second edition, by John C. Tibbetts and James M. Welsh.

Ralph Ellison : a biography, by Arnold Rampersad.

Sculpture parks in Europe : a guide to art and nature, by Jimena Blázquez Abascal.
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Off the book diet and back to the BIG lists!

The breast cancer survivor's fitness plan, by Carolyn M. Kaelin ... et al.

The end of the poem, by Paul Muldoon.

Movie lust : recommended viewing for every mood, moment, and reason, by Maitland McDonagh.

Penguins, photographed by Brutus Östling, text by Suzanne Åkesson. Originally published in Sweden as "Pingvinliv".

The career guide for creative and unconventional people, by Carol Eikleberry.

Gucci by Gucci, by Sarah Mower.
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A tiddler compared to the last few lists, I know ... I was playing it safe and bringing my notes home anyway, just in case the coming week brings another good book explosion. :p

Between the wingtips : the secret life of birds, by Brutus Östling and Magnus Ullman.

Dr. Dre : the biography, by Ronin Ro.

Gay life and culture : a world history, edited by Robert Aldrich.

The golden road : notes on my gentrification, by Caille Millner.

Hip hats & cool caps, by Afya Ibomu ... first in a new series called "Get your crochet on!" Usually when I see the words "cool", "hip" or "funky" in a handicraft title, I cringe because the items inside are guaranteed to be anything but. Ibomu is the happy rare exception, and I hope the same will be true of her upcoming second book in the series: Fly tops & funky flavas.

In other words, by John Crowley.
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Ultimate foods for ultimate health : ... and don't forget the chocolate!, by Liz Pearson and Marilyn Smith. Any cookbook with that subtitle automatically deserves top billing. ;-)

Only in Canada, you say : a treasury of Canadian language, by Katherine Barber.

The brain that changes itself : stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science, by Norman Doidge.

It's a wonderful lie : 26 truths about life in your twenties, edited by Emily Franklin.

5000 episodes and no commercials : the ultimate guide to TV shows on DVD, 2007, by David Hofstede. Primarily American, but includes a small scattering of Brit and Canuck titles.

Combat fitness for the elite female martial artist, by Martina Sprague.

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