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Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things

Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things

This book will definitely help you become the local MacGyver in your neck of the woods. Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things ($8) has over 80 easy tricks for creating cool stuff out of ordinary items. With the book, you'll learn how to do things like generate battery power with simple household items, turn a penny into a radio, make a fire extinguisher out of kitchen supplies, and thwart intruders with a single rubber band. Sweeeet.

  • Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs by Chuck Klosterman

    For those of us that were/are part of “Generation X,” this is the book all of us always wanted to write and never got around to it. Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs by Chuck Klosterman ($15) is more than just some book that Seth was reading on the O.C. — it’s one of the first books that actually matters to a generation of people that strive on the fact that they don’t matter.

  • E-Ville Press Comics

    E-Ville Press is a group of Pixar artists and animators who are independently creating graphic novels based on some very unique ideas. The first comics were unveiled just last month, and we were lucky enough to get a hold of two of the titles. Rose and Isabel by Ted Mathot ($8) is an intriguing story of two sisters who get involved in the Civil War in search of their lost brothers. Colossus by Mark Andrews is a stunning story about a knight's soul trapped in a metal robot-like creature that battles evil in a far away kingdom. Both are done in an equally beautiful style, and would make an excellent addition to any collection or coffee table.