[From Stitch:] "In honor of my dear husband’s birthday, I have created a puzzle cache for him. It is based on several of his interests and experiences and developed according to my library specialty."
It could be a good idea to start at the indicated Reference Point. The difficulty level indicates the special tools found there, if you require them.
"Use the references available to you to research answers to the following questions. The coordinates to the cache (located at a memorable place for the birthday honoree) are encoded in the answers."
First two digits in call number of popular grammar classic Woe Is I.
First digit in call number of Judith Rich Harris’s book about personality.
Third digit in call number of a cheery geocaching book.
Last three digits in Dewey decimal number of Arthur W. Chickering’s book about college.
Last digit in Dewey decimal number of The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy, the Internet, and Your Genealogy Computer Program.
Third digit in call number of Jane Mount’s bookish 2012 publication.
Second digit in call number of Leeman’s membership book.
Last digit in Dewey decimal number of an Alaska travel guide.
Last digit in Dewey decimal number of Jon W. Lundin’s local reference book.
Third digit in call number of John Gray’s (1951-) book on dating.
Last digit in Dewey decimal number for some secrets of a happy family.