It's one of those great catch-all words, you know. No matter what you're defining or categorizing or organizing, Miscellaneous is sure to be found. And it can represent anything you want—all that stuff that falls by the wayside and doesn't particularly fit anywhere else.
Here, on this page, I have chosen some odds and ends subjects of which I don't want to put on their own index page because they're either not important enough or I don't have enough material in that particular category to warrant a page of its own. Of course, that could always change. If you are a fan of these index pages—and they are among the most frequently viewed on my site, (my coloring books are by far the number one most viewed pages!), then you know that these Cross-Reference/Resource pages get revised at least weekly.
So, for now, here are the topics which will be found on this page:
1) Books with Maps. That is iffy, because in some cases, the presence of a map may depend on what edition of the book I own, just as some editions may have illustrations. However, I always try to supply the publishing information of the edition I own, usually with a picture of the book, or download info if it is an eBook.
2) Holidays, Traditions, and Celebrations. I have lots and lots of coloring books to fit in this category. I personally do not celebrate holidays, but I buy holiday coloring books from Dover because I think it is something my readers would be interested in. Non-holiday traditions would include the Wedding Traditions From Around the World coloring book, and others like it.
3) Trivia. This one in itself is not too definable, but I actually have a number of coloring books that fit in this category.
4) Books in Which Ohio Plays a Role. OK, this is just a me thing, but it's my state and I like when it appears, especially in fiction.