The LEGO Architect will take you (and kids 10 years+) on a tour through the history of architecture featuring LEGO models. From Art Deco to High Tech buildings, this full-color, hardcover book also includes instructions for 12 models you can make yourself.
The official companion to the film, Mad Max: Fury Road, this book breaks down the artistry and details the complexity of this ambitious, stunt-heavy production. 176 pages filled with production stills, concept art, stories, and behind-the-scenes photos.
In 1978, a bold gang of thieves pulled an armed robbery at JFK airport and disappeared with 6 million in cash, the largest unrecovered robbery in world history. As the investigation ensued, 13 people connected to the crime were murdered; none of those crimes were solved either. Before his death in 2012, Henry Hill, the infamous mobster wrote this tell-all book. He was there.
We’re in the midst of a booze & cocktail renaissance. You know that. And this new guide offers a carefully curated cross-section of some of the most unique and innovative artisanal spirits from around the world. Fine Japanese whisky, rum from California, gin from the depth of the Black Forest, and so on.
The guys who battle the massive wilderness wildfires in the west are airborne firefighters called Smokejumpers who literally jump into the most remote hot zones in the US to fight the devastating fires. This memoir, by veteran smokejumper Jason A. Ramos offers insight into the dangerous world of this elite U.S. Forest Service program.
A fictional tale of power, corruption, revenge & justice, by international best-selling author Don Winslow, The Cartel is set in 2004 and follows a DEA agent bent on avenging the murder of his partner by a powerful Mexican drug cartel.
A book about banking based on a Twitter account sounds ridiculous unless you follow @GSElevator, the darkly humorous and wildly popular Twitter feed based on things supposedly overheard in the Goldman Sachs elevator. This new book shares not only the curated jokes grilling banking’s elite but also the author’s own journey as an investment banker in New York, London, & Hong Kong.
Packed with images of the most popular and influential sneakers ever made, Out Of The Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture puts it all in context with interviews and essays by key designers, collectors, and cultural historians, to create a backdrop of the technical innovation, trends, social history, and marketing that have shaped sneaker culture over the past two centuries.
The United States of Pizza includes recipes from the best pizza joints across the country: Seattle’s Serious Pie, L.A.’s Mozza, Pizzeria Blanco in Phoenix, and so on. It also offers a complete guide to dough—from thin crust to deep dish to gluten-free.
They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, well, this book is the exception. The title, 81 Days Below Zero: The Incredible Survival Story of a World War II Pilot in Alaska’s Frozen Wilderness more or less covers it. What’s left for you to discover is how Army pilot Leon Crane survived for nearly 12 weeks crashed in the frozen Yukon.