While I keep up with most technology, if only a step behind sometimes, I don't turn my back on older technology. Some say that print is dying these days and they might be correct, but books will always be around if not in a different form. Some say that you can find anything on the internet and while there is a lot of information on the web that can help you improve you artwork it won't always have all the answers. So it is always good to keep a good library of helpful books about technique and subject matter for you to refer to. With that in mind, here are some of my suggested readings and why to get them.
A Glossary of Construction, Decoration & Use of Arms & Armor
Animal Anatomy for Artist: the Elements of Form
So what is in your library? If anyone knows a good anatomy book that covers reptiles and shows their muscle structure I would love to know about it.