Going well beyond a simple photographic catalog of fine facial hair, The Moustache Grower's Guide ($10) is here to help you on your way to grooming immortality. Weighing in at over 140 pages, it contains instructions on how to grow, groom, and maintain 30 different moustaches, as well as style tips to help you pair your hair with equally distinctive attire — because facial hair isn't just a statement, it's a lifestyle.
Just in case you missed out on the awesomeness of George Carlin's written humor, here's your second chance. Three Times Carlin ($12) brings the crazy one's three books — When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops?, Napalm and Silly Putty, and Brain Droppings — together in one killer 896-page compilation. Read responsibly — there's enough laughter fuel in here to seriously damage your sides.
They may have gained notoriety by capping Bin Laden, but SEAL Team Six ($15) was running black ops-style missions long before they became front page news. Written by former Team Six sniper Howard S. Wasdin, this 350-page memoir follows his journey through the ranks of the Navy to the SEALs, with intricate — and riveting — descriptions of life as one of the world's most feared assassins around every page.
Step aside, Martha Stewart. Eat Like A Man ($18) eschews the traditional woman-friendly cookbook for a testosterone-fueled collection of foods from some of America's best chefs, including Mario Batali, Daniel Boulud, David Chang, Michael Mina, Tom Colicchio, and John Besh — 75 recipes, to be exact, along with various food-related stories and useful kitchen pointers sure to awaken your inner Emeril.
It figures that you can't write a book about the boombox without including a bit of hip-hop history, and that's certainly the case with The Boombox Project ($17). Written by NY-based filmmaker and photog Lyle Owerko with a foreword by none other than Spike Lee, the 160-page Project mixes fine art portraits of vintage 'boxes with documentary photos and oral histories from some of hip-hop's biggest icons, it's a must have for any self-respecting coffee table owner.