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The Modern Moon- A Personal View

The Far Side of the Moon- A Photographic Guide (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy)

The Hatfield Photographic Lunar Atlas by Jeremy Cook

Discover the Moon by Jean Lacroux 

A Guide to Skywatching - by David H. Levy

Advanced Skywatching: The Backyard Astronomer's Guide to Starhopping and Exploring the Universe (The Nature Company Guides) by Jeff Kanipe and others

The Next Step: Finding and Viewing Messier's Objects by Ken Graun

Product Details Celestial Sampler: 60 Small-Scope Tours for Starlit Nights by Sue French - may be out of print and unavailable.

Atlas of the Moon: Revised, Updated Edition by Antonin Rukl

Sky & Telescope's Pocket Sky Atlas by Roger W. Sinnott (spiral bound, small compact, and easy to use)

Universe: The Definitive Visual Guide by Martin Rees, editor - A large and beautiful, profusely illustrated reference that is a pleasure to read.

The Year-Round Messier Marathon Field Guide: With Complete Maps, Charts and Tips to Guide You to Enjoying the Most Famous List of Deep-Sky Objects by H. C. Pennington 

NightWatch: A Practical Guide to Viewing the Universe by Terence Dickinson (spiral bound, an excellent guide illustrating how to navigate among constellations and learn their structures)

The Great Atlas of the Stars by Serge Brunier (spiral bound, oversized book that examines through photos and celluloid overlays the constellations, and identifies importand "landmarks" and features.  Great for the beginner.)