After we posted The Big Books, we heard an outcry from readers wondering if there was going to be a chest-oriented edition (okay, not really). As it turns out, all you "boob men" out there get an extra special treat — 3D. 3DD ($20) is filled with three-dimenional, anaglyph images of topless women, letting you admire the female form in an even more up-close and personal manner.
Smartphones may have replaced the traditional map for most people, but that doesn't mean there isn't an intriguing world of cartography outside the digital realm. Strange Maps ($20) is a collection of some of the most interesting maps produced throughout the centuries, including Thomas Jefferson's proposal for dividing the Northwest Territory, a map of Thomas More's Utopia, and even a "Jesusland" map based on voter profiles. Who knows — maybe the 17th century map showing California as an island will be accurate someday.