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Steve Jobs

We're still trying to wrap our heads around the loss of our favorite CEO — he certainly left his dent in the universe — but out of all the eulogies we've seen so far, we're still waiting to hear Steve's story from the man himself. Written by hand-picked biographer Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs by Walter Issacsson ($17) tells the tale of Steve's professional and personal life, informed by unprecedented access to Jobs, his family, friends, and co-workers, including details of his final days at Apple, and reflections from Jobs as he faced what he called "Life's greatest invention." Rest in peace, o turtlenecked one. You will be missed.

  • Odd Bits

    You can buy organic, grass-fed, conscientiously grown meat all you want, but if you're only eating one part of that chicken, cow, or hog, you're wasting a lot of usable protein — and that's totally un-green of you. Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal ($22) will teach you how to handle and cook delicious meals using those unsung, largely unused parts like cheeks, tongues, necks, marrow, and more. It might sound gross, but then again, so did bacon moon pies — until you tried 'em.

  • The Impossible Collection of Cars

    Odds are you don't have the cash to buy all -- or even a few -- of the dream rides contained within, but at least the pages of The Impossible Collection of Cars ($650) let you ogle them as if they were your very own. This limited edition, 144-page volume features spectacular photography and brief writings on a whole swatch of iconic vehicles, from a 1909 Blitzen Benz to a '97 Porsche 993 Turbo S, presented on cotton paper with a black rubber presentation box and cutout metal plate, making for a package that's nearly as luxurious as the cars themselves.