There are so many things you can do with cannabis besides smoking it away in a big ol' blunt. And Stoners' Delight ($10) is here to tell you about some of them. Weighing in at less than a 100 pages — give the authors a break, they were probably busy, umm, "testing" the recipes — this pot-centric cookbook offers instructions on how to make everything from the tried-and-true brownie to teas, drinks, and other non-flammable forms of enjoyment.
It's only fitting that a sport as drama-filled as boxing has spawned a number of wonderful stories and articles, but it could take ages to track them all down. Luckily, the editors of At The Fights ($23) have done the hard work for you. Filling up over 550 pages with works from Jack London, George Plimpton, Norman Mailer, and other literary luminaries, it's a must-read for both boxing fans and fans of quality writing.
Need some help getting your testosterone haven off the ground, literally or figuratively? Seek the wisdom you need in The Man Cave Book ($8). Written by two ex-military man-authors, this handy paperback offers up hundreds of photos, tips for both the budget-conscious and the budget-be-damned, warning signs of man cave overload, forbidden activities — even interviews with award-winning man cave owners. You'll be glad for the help when your significant other decides you'll be spending the next week there.