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National Geographic: Around The World In 125 Years

For those not lucky enough to have seen every corner of the globe first-hand, National Geographic Magazine has been our window to the world through its incredible photographs covering every locale from Timbuktu to Tuvalu. And now many of the greatest photos from over a century of reporting have been reproduced in the form of National Geographic: Around The World In 125 Years ($500). This three-volume, nearly-1,500 page photographic anthology contains photos ranging from their earliest work in black-and-white autochrome to their most recent digital photography, spanning each continent. Each photo creates a portrait of life, culture, wildlife, and scenery documenting every facet of our planet, in a way only National Geographic photographers can.

  • Comic Genius

    People say laughter is the best medicine, and in the case of Comic Genius: Portraits of Funny People ($29), that's certainly true. Featuring portraits and first-person essays from comedic legends including Steve Martin, Steve Carrell, Eddie Murphy, and Tina Fey, this book is a work of photographic art, providing a first-hand study into what makes these comedians the people they are. Proceeds from the sales of each book go to Save the Children, an organization helping provide Syria's children the basic needs of food, care, and protection. And if you're feeling particularly in the giving spirit, check out the benefit auction for prints of the artwork featured on these pages.

  • Undisputed Truth

    There are sports memoirs, and then there's Undisputed Truth ($18), Mike Tyson's tell-all autobiography charting his journey from poor Brooklyn kid, to millionaire heavyweight champion of the world, to bankrupt addict, to today. Whether admitting to being high on cocaine and marijuana during his fight with Lou Savarese in Hampden Park (whom he beat in an incredible 38 seconds), or describing how he misplaced $1m in a Louis Vuitton bag after a wild night in Vegas, you've never experienced a window into the life of a troubled athlete quite like this. Learn everything there is to know about how he rose and fell, and then climbed back up to where he is today: philosopher, broadway headliner, hollywood actor, family man, and addict.