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The Wes Anderson Collection

If you can't get enough of Wes Anderson's quirky characters, unmistakable scenery, and oddball situational humor, then the The Wes Anderson Collection ($28) was made with you in mind. Giving readers a detailed look into Anderson's life, career, and filmography — including Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Moonrise Kingdom — this book offers a rare glimpse into the mind of a truly-talented director. Based on an extensive interview between Anderson and film critic Matt Zoller Seitz, this book weaves in photography, artwork, and memorabilia to help tell its story.

  • The Cocktail Lab

    There are plenty of suitable resources out there if you want to learn to mix up a cocktail — but if you care about more than just the proper proportions, the right bitters to use in a Manhattan, or whether a Martini calls for gin or vodka, then check out The Cocktail Lab: Unraveling the Mysteries of Flavor and Aroma in Drink, with Recipes ($22). While it certainly contains plenty of drink recipes to keep you and your friends buzzed, it also goes deeper into the art and science behind mixology. It promises not only to teach you how to mix drinks, but to change the way you think about making cocktails.

  • How to Swear Around the World

    There are a few skills every man needs to master before he can feel completely comfortable in his masculinity — grilling a steak to medium-rare perfection, changing the oil on an internal combustion engine, getting by in another language, and cussing up an impressive storm. With How to Swear Around the World ($10), you'll learn two of those skills vital to manliness, all from one tidy paperback. Whether you want to learn fighting words in Russian, an appropriate description for someone's mother in Japanese, or the best idioms and exclamations Swahili has to offer, this book has your needs met.