(because sometimes I can't make decisions and other times i can't even with cashier questions)
  1. 'Trains: An Illustrated History from Steam Locomotives to High-Speed Rail' - Franco Tanel
  2. 'The Fox and the Star' - Coralie Bickford-Smith
  3. 'Map: Collected and Last Poems' - Wislawa Szymborska
  4. 'Ametora: How Japan Saved American Style' - W. David Marx
  5. 'Ladies of Letterpress' - Kseniya Thomas and Jessica C. White
  6. 'The Art Museum'
  7. 'Cabinet of Natural Curiosities' - Albertus Seba
  8. 'The Birds of America' - John James Audubon
  9. 'The Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh' - Kathryn Aalto
  10. 'Charley Harper's Animal Kingdom'
  11. 'Stories in the Star: An Atlas of Constellations' - Susanna Hislop
  12. 'Lingo: Around Europe in Sixty Languages' - Gaston Dorren
  13. 'There is Simply Too Much to Think About: Collected Non-Fiction' - Saul Bellow
  14. 'Natural Histories - Opulent Oceans' - Melanie L. J. Stiassny
  15. 'Cosmigraphics: Picturing Space through Time' - Michael Benson
  16. 'Are You Hungry Tonight: Elvis' Favorite Recipes'