If you like recycled crafts, here are two books that can get you started. The first is Recyclo-gami by Laurie Goldrich Wolf. This book gives you ideas for everything from decorating to storage to toys to jewelry. It makes use of lots of things that are found in your own homes. The second book is Craftcycle by Heidi Boyd. This book divides the projects by seasons of the year. It includes projects using weaving, crochet, and knitting as well as several other skills. Lots of fun ideas in both of these books!
The next book that I want to mention is called Batik and Tie Dye Techniques by Nancy Belfer. This book will teach you just about everything you ever wanted to know about turning plain to exciting. It gives the history of using dyes and detailed instructions for different patterns and techniques.
If you're into geeky stuff and gaming, the next book is for you. World of Geekcraft by Susan Beal has crafts that are made for the geek master. It even has instructions for a cake that is decorated with a LilyPad Arduino circuit board.
The final book that I want to tell you about is Teach Yourself Digital Home Movie Making by Peter Cope. This book talks about cameras, storyboarding, lighting, sound, editing, and anything else you wondered about. It walks you through the whole process from beginning to end to create your own movie.