It was on hold for someone else, but I got a chance to glance through it quickly. I recommend taking a look at it if you love to make things out of trash or other cheaply-acquired objects around.
The most interesting craft I noticed was a messenger bag made out of something I have a frickin' ton of: Those plastic tube-y bags that newspapers come in. Somehow my husband and I happened upon a subscription to the Oregonian that we never paid for. I use the newspaper for various projects (not, ahem, for reading) but the bags sort of piss me off. What a waste of a bag.
The project consists of a no-sew way to put the bags together with a hot clothes iron to melt them into a thicker plastic. I'm going to try to get a better look at the book in the future, but in the mean time, I made this:
Find the book on Amazon: Ready Made: How to make [Almost] Everything