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"A collection of furniture pieces that provide comfort and organization the minute they leave the shop." --"Woodshop News" A few pages into this Woodworker's Journal compilation and I was giving it the thumbs down, dismissing it because the first of its 15 projects are reproduction pieces, a concept I have difficulty in reconciling in conjunction with modern technology - not that the images featured anything so vulgar as a PC. But of course you should never judge a book by its opening spreads, and I could happily contemplate a computer on a Sanle Fe-slyle desk, a workmanlike but elegant computer desk with ample storage for files and ledger, and a 4-piece modular computer desk. Where this book really scores, however, is in its presentation. Each project comes wilh pages 01 highly delailed technical drawings and materials lisls along with useful technique tips and clear photos. And if you need a bookcase to store it in, there are several here that should more than fit the bill. Best of Woodworker's Journal: Desks, Bookcases & Entertainment Centers is a collection of furniture pieces that provide comfort and organization the minute they leave the shop. As part of a new 10-book series from the pages of Woodworker's Journal, editors have selected 15 functional projects for the home. Projects include a Queen Anne writing desk, a cherry Arts and Crafts stereo cabinet, a modular computer desk, a walnut library bookcase, and elegant entertainment center and more. It features technical and exploded drawings, materials list for each project, step-by-step instructions, and helpful quick tips.