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books to add to your library

Glen Member Posts: 855
Like Dan I am on the prowl for good books; while in Ann Arbor I was reintroduced to the Audel line of trades books. I am sure this is not news to most of you but this great line of books is still around. "The Pipefitter's & Welders Pocket Manual" by Charles McConnell should be in everyones trade library; whether you are a seasoned tradesperson or beginner this book is full of goodies.

And due to a long (and then longer) wait at both the Detroit and Toronto airports I found another gem. "100 Most Important Science Ideas" by Henderson, Baker & Crilly (Firefly Press). Is not an exhaustive text on how things work - just a succinct collection put together in three sections: Genetics, Physics & Math.  And yes there is enough heating stuff in the physics and math sections to keep you reading. Definitely qualifies for nerd status if you read it cover to cover - but i think it's best purpose is a resource text. 
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