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The Man Cave Book

The Man Cave Book

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.

  • The Lost Beatles Photographs

    The Fab Four are the subjects of some of the last century's most iconic photos — which makes it all the more amazing that so many slipped by unnoticed. The Lost Beatles Photographs ($19) is a 192 page collection of images culled from the collection of Bob Bonis, who served as the band's tour manager for all three U.S. tours, in 1964, 1965, and 1966. From casual backstage moments on vacation and on the road to photos of the legendary group on stage, it's a must have addition to any fan's library.

  • Damn You, Autocorrect

    It doesn't matter if your an iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry user — at some point, you've likely fired off a potentially embarrassing message without thinking twice, thanks to the foul machinations of your smartphone. Damn You, Autocorrect ($9) — based on the blog of the same name — celebrates these hilarious, often horrifying messages with over 288 pages of transmissions that were hijacked by your otherwise well-meaning automobile. I mean, autocorrect. Damn you!