You don't need to be a hunter to appreciate the food you can find in the wild. It doesn't hurt, though. Penned by French chef and writer Jean-François Mallet, Recipes from the Woods: The Book of Game and Forage is a cookbook ode to eating whatever nature gives you. Its 100 recipes are organized by food type, including sections for furred game, feathered game, herbs, snails, and nuts and berries. Whether you're wanting to expand your culinary world beyond what you find at the store or preparing to fend for yourself in a worst-case scenario, it's worthwhile reading.
Nobody knows a great drink like a bartender. So where do they go for a drink when they aren't on the clock? Where Bartenders Drink helps unlock those secrets, with 300 expert barkeeps sharing their favorite watering holes. The book features 750 locations across 60 countries with venues ranging from legendary hotel bars to hole-in-the-wall spots that only locals know about. The recommendations include some excellent reviews, specially commissioned maps, and an easy-to-navigate geographical organization. A must-have for discerning travelers looking to drink at the best bars in the world.
1971's Le Mans was a commercial flop but remains a cult favorite, giving viewers a realistic look at racing of the era. Steve McQueen In Le Mans pays tribute to the film by depicting it as a graphic novel. Drawn by Sandro Garbo and his team, this 64-page hard cover lets you soak up every detail at your leisure, and will be completed by Part II, arriving next year.
Once a novelty, we've grown accustomed to seeing satellite imagery on everything from the weather report to our mapping apps. Overview: A New Perspective of Earth displays the celestial-based shots in a new light. Culled from the popular Daily Overview Instagram account, this collection of over 200 images covers every corner of the planet, showing not just nature, but visions of industry, agriculture, urban society, and our overall impact on the planet from a perspective that's impossible to get on land.
Ducati is known for making fast motorcycles, but it's also known for making sure those bikes look as good as they perform. Ducati 90 Years: Stile Ducati: A Visual History of Ducati Design takes a look at the brand's evolution through the lens of its designs. From its humble beginnings with the Cucciolo engine to the jaw-dropping modern day Supersport, the book pays tribute to these two-wheeled icons with outstanding photography and amusing anecdotes.
The power of positive thinking might be overrated, at least according to Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life. Manson's argument is that improving our day to day lives is less about smiling through our fears and faults, and more about learning to become better at handling adversity. Told through a lens of humor, it's sometimes profane yet often thought-provoking and might serve as the ideal alternative to a spoiled generation and a society that is quick to apply deodorant to a problem that needs a thorough cleaning.