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Mobitecture

It never gets the attention that permanent structures seem to attract, but mobile architecture can be just as impressive. Mobitecture is a collection of these portable structures, focusing on the strange, sensible, and sometimes wacky ways we move our shelters around. The book covers a broad range of items, from souped-up caravans to a giant basket in Ethiopia used to gather drinking water from condensation. Over 250 color photos make up this well-designed hardcover book, which is certain to be a magnetic draw on your coffee table for the foreseeable future.

  • Pitmaster

    Spring is almost here, and with it comes the start of barbecue season. Reading through Pitmaster: Recipes, Techniques, and Barbecue Wisdom is a good way to get up to speed. Penned by masters of the craft like Andy Husbands, Chris Hart, and Mike Mills, it's filled with information that will help you make the most of your cooking sessions, from tips and tricks on smoker operation to award-winning recipes. Each chapter features a guest pitmaster who specializes in a different style of 'cue, giving the book a wider range than you'll find in a typical tome of recipes.

  • The 1997 Masters

    The youngest champion. The first non-white winner. The lowest four-day total. The largest margin of victory. A lot of records were set during Tiger Woods' iconic first victory at Augusta. The 1997 Masters: My Story tells the tale of that weekend in Georgia through Tiger's eyes. Filled with first-hand insight and never-before-heard stories, this 250-page read provides a unique view of the historic tournament, 20 years later.