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This side contains a lot of reference material. And some art books. Scott Flansburg's Mega Math Stokstad art history books from my college days. Robert A. Heinlein - "Podkayne of Mars" "The Smoke Ring" by Larry Niven (set in the same world as, "The Integral Trees") "Rodin" (oversize, numerous full color photo illustrations of his work) by Tim Marlow "Human Anatomy for Artists" by Eliot Goldfinger (worth it) "The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss" Hogarth "Dynamic Figure Drawing" Sheppard "Anatomy: A Complete Guide for Artists" High School yearbook "A Cartoon History of the Universe" by Larry Gonick one and two, from the big bang to something and from the fall of Rome to the springtime of China About four, very large format, thin paperback Walter Foster art books, including some on Cartooning, perspective drawing etc. A paperback folio of Frank Frazetta's pencil drawings, "Icon" a collection of Frank Frazetta artwork, (one of many volumes which were published) Boris Vallejo "Fantasy Art Techniques" Louise Gordon, "How to Draw the Human Figure, An Anatomical Approach" (VERY GOOD!) Gary Larson, "Beyond The Far Side" Four Texts on Socrates "H.K.S.M.L" by Daliessio - Books you get when you meet self-publishing authors who don't expect to sell a lot, but are big on building goodwill with their acquaintances. Student's Vegetarian Cookbook "What To Expect, The Toddler Years" "Before You Conceive" (Alas! Too late.) "Sign with Your Baby" CG 101 "The World Awaits, How to Travel Far and Well" "Modeling and Sculpting the Human Figure" by Eduard Lanteri "Je Ne Sais What?" by John Winokur - A book of French Phrases "Mightiest of Mortals" a book about Hercules for young readers "The Greek Gods" a book for young readers "Tramp Royale" by Robert Heinlein, an account of his travels around the globe The Dictionary of Cliches The Dictionary of Word Origins (stuffed between pages every so often are "It Pays to Increase your word Power quizzes, torn out of about five years worth of Reader's Digest Magazines.) "The Big Book of Beastly Mispronunciations" by elster (Nucular isn't a word, but it continues to be heard, perhaps because so few are willing to correct the pronunciations of powerful men.) An Etymological Dictionary of Modern English in two volumes Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas, "The Memory Book" "The Undiscovered Self" by Carl Gustav Jung Edgar Rice Burroughs "Tarzan and the Ant Men" "Stranger in a Strange Land" (Originally published version) by Robert A. Heinlein "Resumes for Dummies" (books you keep, in spite of insulting titles, only because someone close gave them to you.) A Time-Life book, "The Solar System" meant for young readers, ca. the 1990s, with Great pictures What your Kindergartener, First Grader and Second Grader need to know, edited by E. D. Hirsch, from the Core Knowledge Foundation. Based on ideas from "Cultural Literacy" "Teach Your Child To Read in 100 Easy Lessons" Audiobook, "How to Build Your Child's Self-Esteem" Both this and the Mega Math on the other end, are all casettes. Usually, you can expect that only a fraction of the books on someone's shelf have been read. There is no exception here. Though the rules for art books and reference books should be a bit different.

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