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My Secret: A PostSecret Book

My Secret: A PostSecret Book

Following the success of last year's PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives, Frank Warren is back with his third installation of books based on the popular PostSecret blog. My Secret: A PostSecret Book ($12; Oct. 24) is another 144 pages of raw, revealing messages from anonymous submissions by teens and college students from all over. It can be inspirational, funny, and poignant, but it's always real — and it's also going to replace its predecessor as the most-read, most talked about book on the Uncrate HQ coffee table.

  • Aftermath: World Trade Center Archive

    After September 11th, 2001, award-winning photographer Joel Meyerowitz managed to obtain access to Ground Zero with the help of the Museum of the City of New York and some city officials. He was the only photographer allowed inside police lines, and he spent nine months there taking extraordinary photos of the destruction and recovery efforts. Aftermath: World Trade Center Archive ($48) is the result of his work, featuring 400 of his best shots, many taken with a large format camera, so no one will ever forget the tragic event and the dark days that followed.

  • Prank University

    There's nothing quite as satisfying as pulling off a good prank — and while this book may be aimed at the college crowd, we're sure there's more than enough pranks in here to make the book worthwhile to the graduated crowd as well. Prank University ($11) features 100 terrific pranks that are sure to liven up the dorm or workplace. Such classics as the doorbell drench are mixed with newer pranks, like the wasabi paste, and all the pranks are organized with a system to quickly identify the difficulty, number of accomplices needed, and possible costs. Go forth, and wreak havoc.