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Price wise, they are fine. DK ones are always under £5 in the UK eventually.
Steampunk LEGO by Guy Himber
Beautiful LEGO I-III by Mike Doyle
The LEGO Architect by Tom Alphin
The LEGO Neighborhood Book by B. Lyles / J. Lyles
Great LEGO Sets: A Visual History by Daniel Lipkowitz
LEGO Architecture: The Visual Guide by Philip Wilkinson
The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Idea Book: 181 Simple Machines and Clever Contraptions by Yoshihito Isogawa - fantastic book with lots of clever ideas without words
The Art of LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Programming by Terry Griffin - very good handbook / guide for starting with EV3
My LEGO bible is LEGO Space: Building the Future. I have flipped through that book a million times and have so many sticky notes in it for various greebling techniques. And I also really like the LEGO Adventure Book series and the LEGO Ideas series. The LEGO Neighborhood book is also really grea, as well as the two Amazing Vehicles books.
So all in all, pictures books of actual LEGO sets and minifigs are not so much of an interest to me, but books with building techniques and MOCs with instructions I find very useful. There is one artsy book though that I really like; the Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya. I love his storytelling style, explaining how his sculptures came about.
Really excited for the updated edition of the LEGO Ninjago Character Encyclopedia coming out this year! I wonder what the exclusive fig will be. I'm sure the contents of the book will be quite substantial since the number of LEGO Ninjago figures by then will be nearly triple what it was when the original edition came out (there were 55 in the original book, and the sets for the first half of next year bring the number up to 160, not counting minor variants like figs with different neck accessories or headgear).
In case of the former: do you know where I can buy these?