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Storey Publishing spring 2013


Storey Publishing spring 2013 Catalog

Dear Friends, Storey has always been about self-reliance, helping readers master the skills to grow, craft, fix, and build the things they need. But our Spring 2013 list shows that self-reliance is now about more than just making it yourself — it’s about making it your way, using your skills as a starting place for innovation, inspiration, and creative self-expression. People have been preserving food for centuries, but in Put ‘em Up! Fruit, Sherri Brooks Vinton goes way beyond applesauce, showing you how to make dozens of unique fruit preserves and then offering 80 delectable recipes, sweet and savory, that make use of them. Lots of people make their own clothes, but in Skirt-a-Day Sewing, Nicole Smith shows readers how to make them exactly the way they want, drafting custom-fit patterns to create uniquely fabulous skirts for every day of the week. And in The Good Life Lab, Wendy Jehanara Tremayne shares her story of making do with less by making things herself, discovering that a handmade life can be the ultimate in creative self-expression. These Storey titles, and many others, will help your customers take self-sufficiency to the next level. Creative self-reliance is on the rise, and we hope our authors will inspire you to embrace it.

Pam Art & Daniel Reynolds


contents Spring 2013 Books 2 Backlist Farming

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Traditional Skills

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Animals

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Building

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Home Reference

51

House & Home

52

Food & Drink

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Crafts

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Well-Being

75

Outdoor Activities

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Pets

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Birds

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Kids & Animals

82

Poster Books

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Horses

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Title Index

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Author Index

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Illustrations from top: ©Andrew Saeger; © Christopher Silas Neal; © Bert van Wijk

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Ordering Information

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▶▶ One-Skein Wonders series

and Edie Eckman’s crochet books combined have over 700,000 copies in print

▶▶ 38 million people in the U.S.

crochet and/or knit

▶▶ Over 70 contributing

designers from around the world

▶▶ Includes patterns for every

yarn weight

▶▶ Authorless event kits

available

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Crochet One-Skein Wonders edited by judith durant and edie eckman ISBN: 978-1-60342-579-7 No. 62579; see page 68

Crochet One-Skein Wonders Full-color; photographs throughout 288 pages; 8 x 8½ Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-042-3 No. 622042 8-copy counter display $151.60 US / $183.60 CAN title tk ISBN: 978-1-61212-288-5 No. 622288 image tk page/size tk eBook available type tk: $XX US / $2XX CAN March 2013 ISBN: TK Paperback No. TK

what ’ s better than a best - selling craft author

with a new book? TWO best-selling authors coming together to make the book crocheters have been clamoring for! Judith Durant’s One-Skein Wonders collections have more than 366,000 copies in print, and Edie Eckman’s crochet titles have over 345,000 copies in print. With more than half a million fans to reach, Crochet One-Skein Wonders will add fuel to the crochet fire. Sometimes it’s impossible to pass up a beautiful skein of yarn, even if there’s no plan for using it. Now crocheters have a stunning collection of 101 projects to choose from — each using just one skein of yarn! With patterns by many well-

known pattern developers, organized by yarn weight from thread weight to bulky, it’s easy to make necklaces, bangles, gloves, hats, scarves, home décor items like trivets and coasters, baby clothes, stuffed toys, and more!

Judith Durant is the editor of OneSkein Wonders, 101 Designer OneSkein Wonders, Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders, and Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders. She is also a founding editor of Interweave Knits magazine. Her designs and articles have appeared in Interweave Knits, Beadwork, and Piecework magazines. She lives in Massachusetts.

Edie Eckman is the author of The Crochet Answer Book, Around the Corner Crochet Borders, Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs, and Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs. She is also a nationally known teacher, designer, writer, and editor in both the crochet and knitting worlds. She lives in Waynesboro, Virginia.

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noodles toddler beanie

shell net cowl

wip project bag

sea breeze shawlette flower

sweet kitty

hat with openwork border

Crochet joins our best-selling one-skein wonders series! see page 68

ISBN: 978-1-60342-579-7 No. 62579

ISBN: 978-1-60342-079-2 No. 62079

ISBN: 978-1-58017-688-0 No. 67688

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ISBN: 978-1-58017-645-3 No. 67645

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▶▶ Part of the new Storey

Basics series of focused guides teaching how-to skills for self-reliance

▶▶ The search for good

farmland is as demanding as purchasing a house

▶▶ 20-somethings and retirees

are engaged in a new Back to the Land movement

▶▶ Trends show huge growth

in farm-to-consumer sales, making small farms profitable and desirable

Finding Good Farmland ann larkin hansen small farms make up the majority of all farms in the United States, and their number continues to increase each year. Searching for farmland and starting up a new enterprise are demanding tasks and require careful consideration of many elements. From where to look for good farmland to financing the purchase and every step in between, Finding Good Farmland is the essential guide to making it happen.

Finding Good Farmland Illustrations throughout 128 pages; 5 x 7 Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-086-7 No. 622086 eBook available March 2013 Paperback

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Books for Self-Reliance

Because buying land is even more challenging than buying a home, this book identifies drawbacks, red flags, negotiables, and deal breakers to help readers make sound decisions and avoid future problems. Once prospective buyers know the answers to key questions (Is the water on the property reliable? Are the neighbors and neighborhood suitable? How will local government regulations affect the land?) they can confidently move toward their dream of owning good farmland. This Storey Basics guide is the perfect companion for new farmers, ranchers, homesteaders, and hobby farmers as they start their search for land that will meet their needs.

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Ann Larkin Hansen is the author of The Organic Farming Manual and The Landowner’s Guide to Managing Your Woods. She is a frequent contributor to Mother Earth News. She lives in Bloomer, Wisconsin.


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▶▶ Identifies 65 commonly

found nontraditional edibles

▶▶ Foraging is an expansion of

the eating-local movement

▶▶ Tips for foraging ethically

and safely take the fear out of foraging

▶▶ Plant profiles explain what

it is, where to find it, and which parts are edible

▶▶ Photographs make

identification easy

Backyard Foraging ellen zachos foraged food is surprising in its flavor,

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unusual texture, fresh color, and nutritional value. As more people become familiar with the idea of finding food in the woods, lakeside, or on their favorite hiking trail, they begin to notice the world around them in a new way. Now it’s time to discover the many surprisingly edible plants found in backyards, lawns, and parks.

Photography © Rob Cardillo

Foraging doesn’t have to be hard or scary. Backyard Foraging brings foraging home to the neighborhood. There’s the lawn full of sheep sorrel, chickweed, dandelion, and pineapple weed. Vacant lots host edibles like sumac, purslane, or Japanese knotweed. And even urban parks may offer up garlic mustard, milkweed, gingko nuts, daylilies, and elderberries. In addition to offering tips on safety, harvesting etiquette, and other topics, Backyard Foraging includes plant profiles of 65 ornamental plants and weeds, as well as a few mushrooms. With this information in hand, foragers will know what the plant is, the ins and outs of harvesting the edible parts, and the best way to prepare and eat them.

ISBN: 978-1-60342-727-2 No. 62727; see page 59

Backyard Foraging

Ellen Zachos leads foraging walks and teaches at the New York Botanical Garden, where she received her certification in Commercial Horticulture and Ethnobotany. She has written numerous gardening books and contributed to publications including Horticulture and Better Homes & Gardens.

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▶▶ Combines great preserving

recipes and cooking recipes

▶▶ From the author of Put ’em

Up! with 79,000 copies in print

▶▶ Covers 18 fruits from apples

and apricots to quince and rhubarb

▶▶ Three Put ’em Up! Fruit

technique videos available for promotional use

▶▶ Author tour

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Put ’em Up! Fruit sherri brooks vinton ISBN: 978-1-60342-546-9 No. 62546; see page 59

Put ’em Up! Fruit Full-color; photographs throughout 288 pages; 7‹/• x 9⁄/• Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-024-9 No. 622024 6-copy counter display $119.70 US / $143.70 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-287-8 No. 622287 eBook available March 2013 Paperback

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home food preservation has been rediscovered !

It’s no longer an oldfashioned chore, but a practical and economical way to enjoy seasonal foods year-round. From hip urbanites who want to push culinary boundaries to moms who want to control ingredients for their families, and from homesteaders living off the grid to gardeners harvesting their bounty, preserving is popular with people from all walks of life for all kinds of reasons. No matter the motivation, Sherri Brooks Vinton wants food preserving to be fun. Put ’em Up! Fruit has 80 recipes for delicious fruit products that can be used now or preserved for later. What sets this book apart from the other preserving books out there? Sherri doesn’t just put ’em up, she also uses ’em up — with 80 recipes that use preserves to add a little summer sunshine, whatever the time of year. Yes, cherry jam is a bit of heaven on a scone, but use it in a pan reduction sauce and it livens up a duck breast. Chicken legs are the perfect potluck fare, but glaze them with Quick Apricot Jam and they’ll be the hit of

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the party. With Sherri by their side, food preservers will discover so many ways to use up all those jars lining the pantry.

Sherri Brooks Vinton is the author of Put ’em Up! and The Real Food Revival. Her writing, talks, and hands-on workshops teach how to find, cook and preserve local, seasonal, farm-friendly food. Her website can be found at www.sherribrooksvinton.com. She lives in Connecticut.


The one guide that shows how to put ’em up and use ’em up!

Photograhpy © Jennifer May Photography Inc.

black bean panini with tomato chutney

pan-roasted chicken with blueberry reduction

farmstead cheese wrap with herb jelly

Sherri Brooks Vinton makes food preserving fun and delicious. She offers 80 creative ways to preserve fruit along with 80 cooking recipes to use up the preserves and add a little summer sunshine, whatever the time of year. ISBN: 978-1-61212-287-8; No. 622287

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▶▶ No prior building

knowledge required!

▶▶ Families can design and

build together

▶▶ Use simple hand tools

and inexpensive materials available at any home store

▶▶ Filled with ideas for

customization

▶▶ Author’s charming

annotated illustrations provide easy-to-follow how-to sequences

▶▶ Baby boomers are nostalgic

for their own clubhouse or fort and want their kids and grandkids to experience what they did

Keep Out! lee mothes remember the thrill of being part of

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ISBN: 978-1-60342-462-2 No. 62462; see page 50

Full-color; title tk illustrations throughout image tk 8 x 9¼ 224 pages; page/size tk Paper: type tk:US $XX US / $2XX $18.95 / $22.95 CAN CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-029-4 TK ISBN: No. 622029 TK No. Date March 2013 Paperback

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With step-by-step illustrated instructions for building and customizing a small backyard structure, from rustic to refined, Keep Out! shows families with no prior building knowledge just what to do to make the clubhouse of their dreams. Lee Mothes brings his personal experience and enthusiasm to the process, introducing readers to tools and showing them what materials they need, how to design the structure, and how to use found or recycled materials, all with the friendly voice of the guy next door. Anyone who can swing a hammer can build a clubhouse! These structures can be made using nine essential hand tools, so kids can safely learn building skills. The book includes a section on tools that make the work easier and on power tools that speed up the building process. With Mothes by their side, kids and families of all skill levels will experience the joy of making a clubhouse that will bring years of lasting memories. spring 2013

temporary brace

roof beams roof board

top plate stud

window header door header

window rough sill

stud cement-block cornerstone pier block cornerstone

bottom plate floor joists flooring floor joist

foundation sill brick cornerstone

Lee Mothes is an artist and highschool teacher who has fond memories of his own childhood clubhouse. He studied architectural design and has worked as a full-time carpenter, taught various hand-on carpentry courses, and built many small structures over the years. He lives in Kaukauna, Wisconsin.

Interior illustration © Lee Mothes; cover © Peter Oumanski

Keep Out!

a secret club with meetings in the clubhouse and a sign bearing that age-old refrain, “Keep Out!” on the door? These days, it’s even more important to get kids out where they can let their imaginations fly. A clubhouse of their own gives them the space to have fun and hang out, right in the backyard.


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▶▶ Sixth book in the Dishing

Up® series, with over 125,000 in print

▶▶ Highlights Virginia’s

farmers, chefs, and artisanal food producers

▶▶ Includes recipes for food

from historical landmarks, such as Mt. Vernon, Colonial Williamsburg, and Monticello

▶▶ Profiles local wine

producers

▶▶ Gives historical and

culinary context to each region of the state

Dishing Up Virginia ®

patrick evans-hylton historically rich region , Virginia is a hotbed for tourism, with over 60 million visitors each year, and it also offers a diverse cuisine. Local ingredients, such as oysters, blue crabs, and Smithfield ham, and heirloom crops, including Hanover tomatoes, Hayman sweet potatoes, and Virginia peanuts, all inform the culinary offerings of the area.

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With Dishing Up® Virginia, the sixth book in the Dishing Up® series (125,000 copies in print), Patrick Evans-Hylton celebrates the state’s food and history through 145 contemporary recipes and profiles of the region’s farmers, chefs, innkeepers, and food producers. Readers will experience why Virginia is for food lovers with recipes such as Oysters Bingo, Crab Salad Lettuce Wraps, and Hunt Country Beef and Ale Stew. The recipes are complemented by sidebars on the up-and-coming wine market, the region’s varietals, and area winemakers, as well as historical lore, such as the story of The First Landing and how potatoes came to be a major crop for the state. Dishing Up® Virginia paints a vivid portrait of the region, making this the perfect keepsake for tourists and proud Virginians alike.

Dishing Up® Virginia Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 288 pages; 7‹/• x 9¼ Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-002-7 No. 622002 8-copy counter display $159.60 US / $191.60 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-286-1 No. 622286 Patrick Evans-Hylton is a food writer and editor and intimately involved with the local Virginian food world. He is an instructor at the Culinary Institute of Virginia and cohosts a local NPR radio show, What’s Cooking Wednesday. He is also the food reporter for The Hamptons Road Show on the local Fox affiliate. He lives in Virginia.

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▶▶ Beekeeping is the newest

backyard trend

▶▶ Building beekeeping

equipment keeps costs lower

▶▶ Cities are easing their

beekeeping restrictions

▶▶ Includes 35 projects, from

swarm catchers to a variety of hive styles

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Build Your Own Beekeeping Equipment tony pisano beekeepers keep bees for three reasons: bees

ISBN: 978-1-60342-994-8 No. 62994; see page 45

Build Your Own Beekeeping Equipment One-color with 8-page color insert; photographs and illustrations throughout 168 pages; title tk 8½ x 10‡/• Paper: image tk $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN page/size tk ISBN: 978-1-61212-059-1 type tk: $XX US / $2XX CAN No. 622059 ISBN: TK eBook No. TK available April Date 2013

are pollinators and their presence increases a garden’s productivity; there is a fascination with how they live, collect food, and colonize; and they produce honey. It costs upwards of $300 to start a hive, but much less if the beekeeper builds his or her own equipment. That’s where Tony Pisano’s expertise comes in. Build Your Own Beekeeping Equipment offers 35 building projects for everything from hive components to frames to swarm catchers and even bear fences, all illustrated with step-by-step instructions. Many require only simple hand tools and can be made using recycled materials. Beekeeping continues to gain popularity among not only rural homesteaders but also urban dwellers, which means there are more beekeepers who are interested in pursuing a more self-sufficient, hands-on lifestyle. With this comprehensive guide, they will learn the skills they need to build their own equipment.

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Tony Pisano is the owner of Berkshire Farms Apiary and served as an officer of the Northern Berkshire Beekeepers Association. He produces and sells his own honey, as well as soap, candles, and other products made from his beeswax. He lives in North Adams, Massachusetts.


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▶▶ For anyone looking to keep

2 to 12 sheep on a small plot of land

▶▶ Assumes no prior livestock

experience

▶▶ Covers milking, training

sheep to drive, and how to sell fleece

▶▶ Celebrates the joy of

keeping sheep as pets

The Backyard Sheep sue weaver there are nearly

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million sheep in the

United States, and 94 percent of them are kept on small-scale farms or backyard homesteads. And sheep are now moving into the suburbs as more fiber artists want to produce their own fleece, families want to make their own cheese, and kids want livestock as backyard pets. The Backyard Sheep is the go-to reference for anyone interested in keeping two to a dozen sheep on a small plot of land. Even those with no prior experience will learn how to select the right breed, keep sheep safe and healthy, make them strong dairy and fleece producers, and bring out their personalities as pets. This book is filled with Sue Weaver’s infectious enthusiasm for sheep, and readers will learn that sheep are much smarter than they get credit for. With wit and wisdom, Weaver teaches the skills for milking, shows how to tip a sheep to keep it still, and discusses sheep behavior so nothing comes as a surprise to the newly initiated.

ISBN: 978-1-60342-790-6 No. 62790; see page 44

The Backyard Sheep

Sue Weaver and her husband share a farmette in the southern Ozarks with an array of animal friends, including poultry, sheep, goats, horses, a donkey, llamas, a pet pig, and two steers. Her many books include The Backyard Goat, The Backyard Cow, The Donkey Companion, and Storey’s Guide to Raising Miniature Livestock.

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One-color with 16-page fullcolor insert; photographs and illustrations throughout 224 pages; 7 x 9 Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60342-967-2 No. 62967 eBook available May 2013 Paperback

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▶▶ 4 basic silhouettes and

7 variations for each for 28 skirts in all!

▶▶ Includes detailed how-to

and in-depth explanations of each design

▶▶ Includes complete pattern

drafting instructions

▶▶ Teaches a different

technique in each project

▶▶ Skirts are the easiest

garment to sew, and one of the most versatile

▶▶ Uses woven fabrics

including silk, brocade, wool, and cotton

Skirt-a-Day Sewing nicole smith

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ISBN: 978-1-60342-740-1 No. 62740; see page 71

Skirt-a-Day Sewing

wardrobe of unique skirts, one for every day of the week and every occasion? Once a sewist learns how to draft a customized pattern to fit her body perfectly, she can alter it and explore the endless creative opportunities! Now, sewing enthusiasts of all levels can design skirts that are fun and fabulous for workday to weekend and dressy to casual.

In Skirt-a-Day Sewing, sewists learn not only how to draft patterns for a custom fit but how to design and make skirts that express their style and mood. The book offers four classic silhouettes — wrap, straight, flared, and highwaisted — and seven variations of each, for 28 skirts in all! In each project, sewists will master a different technique, from making asymmetrical hems to adding vertical panels to drafting a flyfront, using woven fabrics like silk, brocade, wool, and cotton. With in-depth explanations of each design, Nicole Smith makes it easy for aspiring fashion designers and crafty stitchers alike to go from sketch to skirt.

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Nicole Smith teaches sewing workshops, private lessons, and classes at 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, New York. She is part of the Etsy marketing and merchandising team and designs clothing, jewelry, accessories, and sewing patterns. She is a regular contributor to Stitch magazine and has also written for Seventeen, Teen People, Cutting Edge, Adorn, SewStylish, Craftstylish, and Threads.

Photography © Peter LaMastro

Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 240 pages; 8 x 8½ Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60342-974-0 No. 62974

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▶▶ Personal story of how

the author and her partner moved from a high-powered city life to a self-powered rural one

▶▶ Author founded the

textile repurposing event Swap-o-Rama-Rama

▶▶ Author’s blog can be

found at http://blog. holyscraphotsprings.com

▶▶ Original illustrations

contributed by a community of popular artists

The Good Life Lab

▶▶ Inspiration for:

wendy jehanara tremayne the good life lab is the inspirational story of how one couple ditched their high-powered careers and high-pressure life in New York City to move to rural New Mexico, where they made, built, invented, foraged, and grew all they needed to live self-sufficiently, discovering a new sense of abundance in the process.

The Good Life Lab not only teaches the art of making biofuel, appliances, structures, gardens, food, and medicine but is filled with illustrations contributed by a community of artists and illustrators, making the book a work of art. It shows readers how to create out of waste, reconnect with nature, and live off the grid — it is the manual for life in a post-consumer age.

* building shelters from recycled materials * supporting a digital life off-the-grid * nurturing a creative and inventive approach to living

Alongside their personal story are tips and tutorials to guide readers in the discovery of a fulfilling new lifestyle that relies less on money. Tremayne believes that everyone has the skill and creativity to make it work.

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[The Good Life Lab is] “an invitation to experiment and figure out how to live a life of your own making. It’ll be messy, imperfect… and a lot more fun.” Dale Dougherty, Make magazine Editor & Publisher

Wendy Jehanara Tremayne was a creative director in a marketing firm in New York City before moving to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, where she built an off-the-grid oasis in a barren RV park with her partner, Mikey Sklar. She is the founder of the textile repurposing event Swap-o-Rama-Rama, which has spread all over the world; a conceptual artist; a yogi; a gardener; and a writer. She has written for Craft’s webzine and Make magazine and, with Mikey Sklar, keeps the blog Holy Scrap.

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▶▶ Written for grade levels 2

and up so kids can use the book to sew independently

▶▶ Once kids learn hand

sewing, it’s time to move up to machine sewing

▶▶ Includes 20 projects

designed to appeal to both boys and girls

▶▶ Bound-in envelope contains

reusable, full-sized pattern pieces

▶▶ Sewing School sold over

39,000 copies

Sewing School 2 amie petronis plumley and andria lisle

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ISBN: 978-1-60342-578-0 No. 62578; see page 73

Sewing School 2

to sew using hand-sewing techniques, but as they get older and more accomplished, they yearn to use a sewing machine. Now, with their follow-up to Sewing School (39,000 copies in print), authors Amie Petronis Plumley and Andria Lisle reveal the world of machine sewing with the same accessible appeal that kids responded to in the first book. With step-by-step text and photographs that kids can read and follow on their own, Sewing School 2 teaches kids 7 and older the skills and techniques they need to master machine sewing. Both boys and girls will enjoy the 20 projects, ranging from a secret message pillow, wall pockets, and a zippy pouch to a water-bottle holder and even a fabric guitar and microphone! Reusable full-size pattern pieces are included in a bound-in envelope.

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Amie Petronis Plumley (left) and Andria Lisle (right) are the creators of The Sewing School. Plumley teaches kindergarten in Memphis, Tennessee, and is the mother of two. Andria Lisle is the Public Relations and Public Programs Manager at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. Together, they wrote Sewing School and run a summer-long Sewing School camp.

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Photography © Justin Fox Burks

Full-color; photographs throughout 144 pages; 9 x 9½ Paper with concealed wire-o and patterns: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-049-2 No. 622049

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▶▶ Knitting flat is easier for

beginners, and experienced knitters enjoy its simplicity

▶▶ Includes step-by-step

visual instructions in this inventive technique

▶▶ 20 unique patterns can be

used with a wide variety of yarns and motifs

▶▶ Patterns incorporate the

seam into the design, making socks both beautiful and comfortable

▶▶ Knitters are hungry for new

techniques

Knit Your Socks on Straight

▶▶ Socks are one of the most

popular knitting projects

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alice curtis

Photography © Geneve Hoffman Photography

finally ! a sock knitting technique for all those knitters who prefer sticking to two straight needles! All beginners learn to knit on straight needles, and even those more experienced may find themselves uncomfortable with the multiple needles commonly used to knit socks in the round. Now, knitters can create beautiful, comfortable socks with this straight-needle technique developed by author Alice Curtis.

ISBN: 978-1-58017-691-0 No. 67691; see page 68

Knit Your Socks on Straight features step-by-step visual instructions for this ground-breaking technique, along with 20 unique patterns. These flat-knit sock patterns creatively incorporate the seam into the design, feature a variety of yarn weights and motifs — from cables to argyle — and include instructions for a wide range of sizes. With this book, sock knitting is at last accessible and easy for knitters of any level.

Knit Your Socks on Straight Full-color; photographs throughout 144 pages; 7 x 9 Hardcover with concealed wire-o: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-008-9 No. 622008 Alice Curtis is a knitting instructor and the former owner of a yarn shop, The Pincushion Patch, in Little Falls, New York. In response to student demand, she created these special-technique sock patterns for knitting on two straight needles.

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▶▶ Many communities lack

the infrastructure for humane meat production, making it difficult for small farms to meet the demand for humanely raised and slaughtered poultry

▶▶ This solution supports the

local food movement as well as farmers

▶▶ Includes step-by-step

instructions for building and using the unit

▶▶ Includes a sanitation

checklist to meet USDA standards

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The Mobile Poultry Slaughterhouse ali berlow as the local food movement gains traction and more consumers want meat that is locally raised, humanely slaughtered, and safely processed, farmers find themselves in a bind. They cannot meet demand because they lack access to local, humane, and safe processing plants.

ISBN: 978-1-60342-469-1 No. 62469; see page 40

The Mobile Poultry Slaughterhouse Illustrations throughout 144 pages; 6 x 9 Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-129-1 No. 622129 eBook available

In 2006, Ali Berlow founded Island Grown Initiative, a nonprofit designed to support local farmers on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. A primary goal was to help farmers keep their costs down by processing meat on the island instead of transporting animals off island to be slaughtered and then returning the meat to be sold locally. The solution was to build a mobile poultry slaughterhouse that is used by the whole farming community. It has been a success on many levels. Farmers can meet demand; transportation, stress, and costs are reduced; and the community comes together as local poultry production becomes more profitable.

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Now, with The Mobile Poultry Slaughterhouse, this solution is available to small-scale farmers, homesteaders, and community leaders across the United States. Berlow uses the island’s experience as a case study but also provides step-by-step instructions for building a unit, explains USDA regulations and permits, and provides a sanitation checklist so farmers are prepared when they use the unit. The book includes tips and guidelines for strengthening local food initiatives in any community.

Ali Berlow is the founder of Island Grown Initiative and the editor of Edible Vineyard. She has been a food writer for the last ten years, wrote the NPR essay series “A Cook’s Notebook, “ and blogs about food for the Huffington Post. She lives in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts.


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▶▶ Part of the new Storey

Basics series of focused guides teaching how-to skills for self-reliance

▶▶ Step-by-step instructions

for building an electric fence

▶▶ Explains the benefits of

each of the three types of electric fencing

▶▶ How to use an electric

fence to keep predators out of gardens and orchards

▶▶ Electric fencing is less

expensive than barbed wire and more effective if used properly

Electric Fencing ann larkin hansen for farmers and ranchers , fencing is as much about keeping predators out as it is about keeping livestock in. Significantly less expensive than barbed wire, electric fencing is the preferred way to do both tasks effectively, but there’s never been a book dedicated to the topic. And while it’s not difficult to install and maintain electric fencing, people often get the details wrong and then wonder why the fence isn’t doing its job.

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Ann Larkin Hansen brings decades of experience to the art of using electric fencing. In this Storey Basics guide, she explains in everyday terms how it works, the various systems one can build, how to install and maintain the three kinds of electric fence (permanent, combination permanent nonelectric and electric wire offset, and temporary or portable electric), and what not to do with electric fencing. For livestock raisers, Hansen also covers the basics of rotational grazing. Electric Fencing is the essential guide for any farmer, rancher, homesteader, or backyard beekeeper who needs to keep animals safely confined or protected from predators.

Electric Fencing Illustrations throughout 80 pages; 5 x 7 Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-143-7 No. 622143 Ann Larkin Hansen is the author of A Landowner’s Guide to Managing Your Woods, The Organic Farming Manual, and Finding Good Farmland. For the last 20 years, she has studied and used electric fencing on her own farm in Bloomer, Wisconsin.

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▶▶ Full-color step-by-step

visual instructions

▶▶ 31 recipes make the process

easy to navigate

▶▶ Features a variety of molds

and pouring techniques

▶▶ Includes instructions on

creating effects with colors, patterns, and additives

▶▶ Explains how to safely use

lye and other ingredients

Soap Crafting anne-marie faiola

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ISBN: 978-1-58017-676-7 No. 67676; see page 75

Soap Crafting Full-color; photographs throughout 192 pages; 7 x 9 Hardcover with concealed wire-o: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-089-8 No. 622089

In Soap Crafting, The Soap Queen (a.k.a. AnneMarie Faiola) shows how to make beautiful handmade soap through full-color step-by-step visual instructions and 31 recipes that make it easy to navigate the process. New techniques and effects will keep experienced soapmakers creating ever more distinctive soaps, while beginners will have no problem successfully making their first soap. The Soap Queen makes cold-process soapmaking safe and accessible while inviting creative crafters to explore the full range of special effects that can be achieved in a bar of soap. With chapters on using colors like neon, oxides, and mica; molds, including milk jugs, yogurt containers, and PVC pipe; additives such as coffee, oatmeal, and clay; and molding techniques, like embedding, funnel pour, and swirling, this is the onestop resource for soapmakers of any skill level.

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Anne-Marie Faiola is the owner of Bramble Berry, a company that sells soapmaking supplies in Bellingham, Washington, and online at www.brambleberry.com. As The Soap Queen she has a dedicated YouTube page offering how-to videos.

Photography © John Polak

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soapmaking is the perfect union of chemistry and craft. And making soap at home allows soapmakers of all levels to transform the functional into the fantastic.


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▶▶ Pop out sturdy die-cut

figures of farm animals and then paint and decorate them to create stand-up models for play and display

▶▶ Stencils remain bound,

making it easy to create additional models

▶▶ Step-by-step photographic

instructions for painting realistic features

▶▶ Uses basic craft supplies:

acrylic paints, embroidery floss, glue, and yarn

▶▶ For ages 8–12

Pop-Out & Paint Farm Animals cindy a. littlefield kids

are

fascinated

by

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farms and

livestock but don’t always have the opportunity to experience that world first-hand. With this second Pop-Out & Paint book, kids can create a farmyard of their own, complete with all their favorite animals! Pop-Out & Paint Farm Animals features the same perforated-page format as Pop-Out & Paint Horse Breeds (30,000 copies in print), with sturdy die-cut figures of barnyard favorites including cows, sheep, pigs, goats, ducks, a barn cat, and more. The step-by-step photographic instructions are specially designed for kids 8–12. Using a few basic supplies — acrylic paints, craft glue, embroidery floss, and yarn — kids will have hours of fun making paper wings for ducks and yarn beards for goats, as well as building a dairy barn and accessories like grain sacks, a hay rack, and an egg-collecting box. Easy to make, the durable models can be painted on both sides, and the completed animals stand up for play or display. The sturdy outline left in the book provides a handy stencil for making additional models, allowing kids to customize their barnyard.

ISBN: 978-1-60342-963-4 No. 62963; see page 83

Pop-Out & Paint Farm Animals

Cindy A. Littlefield is the author of Pop-Out & Paint Horse Breeds. She is a freelance writer/editor who develops online craft and recipe content for Family.com, a division of Disney Internet Group. She was previously a senior editor at FamilyFun magazine. She lives in Conway, Massachusetts.

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Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 48 pages plus 20 die-cut cards; 8½ x 10‡/• Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-139-0 No. 622139 August 2013 Paperback

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▶▶ 150 recipes for food that

tastes amazing with beer

▶▶ Profiles of the contributing

breweries, brewpubs, and taverns accompany the recipes

▶▶ Suggestions for roadtrips

in major craft beer markets including San Diego, Denver, and Boston

▶▶ Craft beer sales are

outpacing the overall beer market by double digits

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The American Craft Beer Cookbook john holl craft beer lovers care about the way their beer tastes .

ISBN: 978-1-60342-089-1 No. 62089; see page 55

The American Craft Beer Cookbook Full-color; photographs throughout 336 pages; title tk 8 x 9 Paper: image tk $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN page/size tk ISBN: 978-1-61212-090-4 type tk: $XX US / $2XX CAN No. 622090 ISBN: TK eBook No. TK available August Date 2013 Paperback

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They love to argue about which brewery makes the best lager or IPA or seasonal brew. It’s likely they’ve been to a brewery or two and learned all about how their favorite beer is made. They are Beer Fans. With thousands of microbreweries, craft breweries, and brewpubs across the United States, there are a lot of Beer Fans out there. And they like to feast on food that brings out the best in their chosen brew. Beer-writer John Holl has visited hundreds of brewpubs and breweries and gotten to know the people behind them all. In The American Craft Beer Cookbook, he profiles his favorites and shares 150 of their beloved recipes for food that tastes amazing with beer. From Breakfast Pigs in a Blanket and Free Range Super Pancakes to Barley-Crusted Tuna Sandwiches, Roasted Chipotle Salsa Burgers, and Cheddar Ale Soup, these recipes fan the craft beer fire with flavors that enhance the taste of a good cold one. Holl includes itineraries for his favorite road trips to great beer cities such as San Diego, Denver, Boston, and Milwaukee. Or readers can build their own beer-cation with a full list of beer festivals and a state-by-state listing of

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the breweries featured in the book including Samuel Adams, Gordon Biersch Brewing Co., Stone Brewing Co., and Harpoon Brewery.

John Holl is the author of three beer-and-travel books and has written for the Wall Street Journal, Wine Enthusiast, Beer Connoisseur, Beverage World, and many other publications. He has judged beer competitions, regularly lectures on craft beer, and has visited more than 900 breweries around the world. John appears often on NBC’s Weekend Today in New York, News 12 New Jersey, and Beer Sessions Radio on the Heritage Radio Network. He lives in New Jersey.


beer + food = yum

Photography Š Lara Ferroni

what’s not to love about a book that celebrates both?

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▶▶ 84 recipes feature honey

varietals and ingredients that rely on pollinators, which make up one-third of all the foods we eat

▶▶ Organized month by month

with recipes designed to make the most of seasonal products

▶▶ Amazing fact: It takes

one bee a lifetime of work to make an eighth of a teaspoon of honey

▶▶ Includes beekeeping tips

and facts about bees

▶▶ Author is spokesperson for

The National Honey Board

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The Fresh Honey Cookbook laurey masterton honey is one of nature’s most versatile ingredients. Prized as a natural sweetener and also known for boosting energy, strengthening the immune system, and alleviating ailments from insomnia to sore throats and allergies, it’s a bonus that honey also tastes so good.

ISBN: 978-1-60342-978-8 No. 62978; see page 61

The Fresh Honey Cookbook Full-color; photographs throughout 192 titlepages; tk 7 x 9 Paper: image tk $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN page/size tk ISBN: 978-1-61212-051-5 type622051 tk: $XX US / $2XX CAN No. ISBN: TK eBook No. TK available

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The Fresh Honey Cookbook celebrates the subtle flavors of honey with a seasonal calendar of 84 recipes that focus on what’s fresh each month. Honey varietals, from orange blossom to tupelo to avocado are featured in recipes such as Papa’s Salad with Clementines, Pork Tenderloin with Orange Blossom Honey-Mustard, Coconut Macaroons with Dried Cherries, Laurey’s Sweet Potato Salad with Sourwood Honey, Vermontstyle Summer Squash Casserole, and Broiled Summer Peaches. From winter to summer, spring to fall, honey adds a lovely floral note to sweet and savory dishes. The Fresh Honey Cookbook gives honey bees their due with informative sidebars about bees and beekeeping. Readers will learn why bees make honey, how it’s harvested, and what they can do to help the bee population. This is an

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Laurey Masterton is a beekeeper, café owner, caterer, and chef/ spokesperson for The National Honey Board. She teaches the benefits of using and eating local ingredients in her speaking engagements, cooking demonstrations, and classes. She lives in North Carolina, where she runs Laurey’s Café.

Photo © Johnny Autry

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appreciation of both bees and the honey they produce, making it the perfect gift for cooks, beekeepers, or anyone who wants to enjoy the benefits of eating honey.


recent releases Homeowner’s Energy Handbook Paul Scheckel Energy expert Paul Scheckel offers practical solutions for adapting solar, wind, wood gasification, biogas, and micro hydro power systems for home use. Whether home owners are motivated by the desire for backup systems when the power fails, the desire for lower energy costs, or the dream of living completely off the grid, the Homeowner’s Energy Handbook will give them the knowledge and skills needed to generate their own power. previously announced as: The Backyard Homestead Guide to

Energy Self-Sufficiency

Two-color; illustrations throughout 288 pages; 8½ x 10‡/• Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-61212-016-4; No. 622016 February 2013

Paul Scheckel is an energy auditor, a consultant, and the author of The Home Energy Diet. He has appeared on national television and local radio, writes a monthly column on energy issues for two Vermont newspapers, speaks at conferences, and blogs. He lives off-grid with his family in a solar and wind powered house.

ISBN: 978-1-60342-986-3 No. 62986; see page 31

ISBN: 978-1-61342-994-8 No. 62994; see page 45

ISBN: 978-1-61212-014-0 No. 622014; see page 43

ISBN: 978-1-60342-811-8 No. 62811; see page 71

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ISBN: 978-1-60342-978-8 No. 62978; see page 61

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ISBN: 978-1-58017-676-7 No. 67676; see page 75

ISBN: 978-1-60342-963-4 No. 62963; see page 82


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gardening The Veggie Gardener’s Answer Book barbara w. ellis

BEST SELLER!

This handy, in-the-garden reference includes helpful, uncomplicated answers to questions on planning and planting a vegetable garden, improving soil, caring for crops, and organically controlling pests and diseases. The book also takes readers on a veggie-by-veggie tour of the most popular crops, offering detailed advice on everything from starting seeds to knowing when to harvest. ▶ 64,000 copies in print 8-copy mixed counter display (4 Pruning Answer, 4 Veggie Gardener’s Answer)

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Vertical Vegetables & Fruit rhonda massingham hart

ISBN 978-1-60342-777-7

ISBN 978-1-60342-024-2; No. 62024

No. 62777

Two-color; illustrations throughout 432 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

For anyone who wants to grow food in small spaces, this book has the solution: Grow up! With tepees, trellises, cages, hanging baskets, wall pockets, stacking pots, and multilevel raised beds, gardeners can reap bountiful harvests from the tiniest areas — even alleys, balconies, rooftops, or windowsills. Master gardener Rhonda Massingham Hart shows exactly how to construct the site, prepare the soil, and raise vegetables and fruit to produce big yields. From beans on a tepee to kiwis on a clothesline, Hart has something to fit every gardener’s needs.

The Pruning Answer Book

lewis hill & penelope o'sullivan For every question about pruning, The Pruning Answer Book has the answers. Clear instructions, expert advice, and detailed illustrations provide everything needed to successfully prune flowering trees, fruit and nut trees, shrubs, brambles, evergreens, vines, ground covers, and more.

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations

Flexibind with paper spine:

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-998-6; No. 62998

throughout

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

384 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

176 pages; 7½ × 9‹/¢

ISBN 978-1-60342-710-4; No. 62710

“A must-have resource that will appeal to both neophytes and experienced gardeners.” — Booklist

The Gardener’s A–Z Guide to Growing Organic Food tanya l. k. denckla

Starter Vegetable Gardens barbara pleasant

For first-time vegetable gardeners, Barbara Pleasant takes the guesswork and anxiety out of growing food. She clearly explains exactly how to start, maintain, and eventually expand an organic vegetable garden, even in the smallest of spaces, covering everything from soil quality to planting schedules to fertilizers, harvesting, and more. Includes 24 no-fail, smallscale garden plans that will provide fresh food all season long. ▶ 40,000 copies in print

Louise Riotte

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Roses Love Garlic

louise riotte

Discover the secrets of flowers! This unique and amusing book provides information about dozens of flowers and herbs, including their companion-planting properties, medicinal uses, history, folklore, and more.

Plant parsley and asparagus together to have more of each. But keep broccoli and tomatoes apart or they won’t thrive. This classic companion-gardening guide shows how to use the native attributes of plants to create a naturally bountiful garden.

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

▶ 57,000 copies in print

▶ 717,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-028-4; No. 67028

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

The one-volume resource organic gardeners need, with growing, harvesting, and storing information for 765 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and nuts. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club

ISBN 978-1-58017-370-4; No. 67370

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-529-2;

illustrations throughout

496 pages; 7‹/• × 9⁄/•

No. 62529

180 pages; 9‹/• × 12

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Carrots Love Tomatoes

▶ 206,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-027-7; No. 67027

256 pages; 6 × 9

Illustrations throughout

“Fun to read and more interesting than many how-to’s.” — Publishers Weekly

224 pages; 6 × 9


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“You could let this be your first and only gardening guide. This is the most complete, friendly, and useable gardening book I have ever read.” — S an Francisco Book Review

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“Niki Jabbour's well-detailed, beautifully photographed, and experience-driven guidebook provides the know-how you need to grow food year round.” — Pat Stone, Editor, GreenPrints, “The Weeder’s Digest”

Week-by-Week Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook ron kujawski & jennifer kujawski

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener

BEST SELLER!

BEST SELLER!

niki jabbour

Take the guesswork out of gardening! Ron and Jennifer Kujawski provide detailed weekly to-do lists — precisely customized to each reader’s own growing season — that break gardening down into simple and manageable tasks. Whether it’s planting strawberries, pinching off pumpkin blossoms, or checking for tomato hornworm, the Kujawskis show exactly what to do — and exactly when and how to do it — for bountiful harvests and a stress-free gardening experience. ▶ 36,000 copies in print Paper w/partially concealed wire-o: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Fresh salads in February? Absolutely! With The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, the growing season doesn’t end with the first frost—in fact, it doesn’t end at all. Author Niki Jabbour gardens in Nova Scotia, where short summers and low levels of winter sunlight create the ultimate challenge for food gardeners. Her simple, proven techniques will have everyone harvesting fresh vegetables in every month of the year, no matter where they live. Readers will learn how to select the best varieties for each season, master the art of succession planting, and make inexpensive protective structures that keep vegetables viable and delicious through the colder months. ▶ 2012 American Horticultural Society Book Award

ISBN 978-1-60342-694-7; No. 62694

▶ 36,000 copies in print

Illustrations throughout; 200 pages; 7 × 9

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

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ISBN 978-1-60342-568-1; No. 62568

ISBN 978-1-60342-992-4; No. 62992

Full-color; photographs and

256 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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E dwar d C . S m i t h “With detailed, illustrated advice on selecting or retrofitting containers, cultivation, efficient maintenance, and design plans to pull it all together, Smith’s latest guide provides everything needed to grow a bounty of home-grown vegetables.” — Publishers Weekly

The Vegetable Gardener’s Container Bible

“In every small town, there is a vegetable garden that people go out of the way to walk past. Smith is the guy who grew that garden.” — Verlyn Klinkenborg, New York Times Book Review

The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible

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10th Anniversary Edition

Anyone can grow tomatoes on a patio, lettuce on a windowsill, or broccoli on a balcony — it’s easy! Best-selling author Ed Smith shows how to choose the right plants, select containers and tools, care for plants, control pests without chemicals, and much more. He even includes plans for small-space container gardens perfect for urban and suburban gardeners. ▶ 94,000 copies in print

BEST SELLER!

More vegetables, fruits, and herbs; more photographs; extended-season growing advice; and more solutions for small-space gardening give gardeners more reasons than ever to turn to The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible when planning, planting, and caring for homegrown, organic produce. Ed Smith’s W-O-R-D system results in fewer weeds and healthier plants. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle and One Spirit Book Clubs ▶ 480,000 copies in print

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Landscaping with Fruit

Homegrown Whole Grains

A complete guide to growing temperate-zone fruit. Includes a plant-by-plant encyclopedia that recommends 39 eye- and palate-pleasing species well suited to home landscapes.

Hardcover with jacket:

Grow, harvest, store, grind, and cook nine popular whole grains. In 1,000 square feet, anyone can grow enough wheat to harvest 50 pounds in an afternoon — enough for 50 loaves of fresh bread. It’s surprisingly simple. Growing instructions and recipes are included for wheat, corn, barley, millet, oats, rice, rye, spelt, and quinoa.

$30.00 US / $36.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-096-9; No. 62096

ISBN 978-1-60342-153-9; No. 62153

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

168 pages; 7 × 9

sara pitzer

lee reich

The Fruit Gardener’s Bible lewis hill & leonard perry

From small fruits like strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries to orchard fruits, such as apples, pears, peaches, cherries, and a variety of nuts, The Fruit Gardener’s Bible shows backyard gardeners how to successfully grow organic fruit at home. This book covers absolutely everything about growing fruit, from choosing the best varieties to planting, pruning, protecting from wildlife, and harvesting a bountiful crop. ▶ 64,000 copies in print Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-567-4; No. 62567

illustrations throughout

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $41.95 CAN

320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-60342-984-9; No. 62984

▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-091-4; No. 62091

192 pages; 9¼ × 10

Growing Chinese Vegetables in Your Own Backyard geri harrington

Chinese vegetables may seem exotic, but they’re as easy to grow as any other popular garden vegetable. Gardeners looking for new foods to try will find thorough plant-byplant advice on choosing, planting, growing, harvesting, and cooking more than 40 Chinese vegetables and herbs. Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-140-9; No. 62140 One-color with 8-page color insert; illustrations throughout 232 pages; 7‹/• × 9⁄/•

“Essential reading for any gardener interested in composting.” — Library Journal

Let It Rot!

stu campbell

The Complete Compost Gardening Guide

barbara pleasant & deborah l. martin

BEST SELLER!

Keep nourishing compost heaps right in the garden with your plants. Your garden will require less digging, weeding, mulching, and even less planting. And here’s one of the best parts — no more backbreaking slogs from compost bin to garden. The authors even identify the plants that benefit most from compost and explain how the elements of a composted garden work together. ▶ 74,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-702-3; No. 67702

ISBN 978-1-58017-703-0; No. 67703

Full-color; photographs and

320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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BEST SELLER

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“The classic guide to making compost and leaf mold and what to do with it once you’ve made it.” — Chicago Tribune ▶ 342,000 copies in print Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-023-9; No. 67023 Illustrations throughout 160 pages; 6 × 9

Mulch It!

Secrets to Great Soil

Mulch protects soil, minimizes weeds, contributes to plant health, encourages earthworms, reduces the need to water, and cuts down on garden labor. And if you want to know about mulch, Campbell has it covered.

Great soil grows a great garden! More than 300 detailed illustrations and dozens of charts show gardeners how to solve all of their soil problems.

stu campbell

elizabeth p. stell

▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club ▶ 42,000 copies in print

▶ 50,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-008-6; No. 67008

ISBN 978-1-58017-316-2; No. 67316

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

224 pages; 8½ × 11

128 pages; 6 × 9


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Tips for the Lazy Gardener

Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden

Hundreds of time-saving tips and routines allow gardeners to produce better vegetables and herbs with less work and more pleasure.

Protect plants from deer damage with innovative fencing, with homemade or commercial repellents, or simply by using plants that deer hate. All that and more is covered in this completely revised and updated edition of the classic on deerproofing techniques.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

▶ 122,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-006-2; No. 67006

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

Linda Tilgner

▶ 217,000 copies in print Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-026-0; No. 67026 Illustrations throughout 144 pages; 6 × 9

rhonda massingham hart

ISBN 978-1-58017-585-2; No. 67585

Pruning Made Easy lewis hill

More than 300 step-by-step illustrations demonstrate the proper times, equipment, and techniques for safely pruning trees, shrubs, hedges, vines, and flowers. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club ▶ 177,000 copies in print

224 pages; 8½ × 11

Illustrations throughout

Starting Seeds barbara ellis

Growing plants from seeds isn’t difficult; it just takes a little know-how. Now, gardeners of any experience level can get a jump on the growing season with this concise, straightforward guide. Expert gardener Barbara Ellis provides the basic information that readers need and teaches foolproof starting techniques for a variety of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-105-5; No. 622105

208 pages; 6 × 9

Illustrations throughout 128 pages; 5 × 7

Seed Sowing and Saving

carole b. turner Learn when to harvest the seeds of more than 100 vegetables, herbs, and flowers, as well as how to dry, store, and test them for viability for the next growing season. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club ▶ 36,000 copies in print

Secrets of Plant Propagation lewis hill

Grow plants from seed and learn how to start your own shrubs and trees with clearly explained grafting techniques. The results will be bountiful, healthy plants and great-­ tasting fruits and vegetables. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

▶ 129,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-001-7; No. 67001

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-370-8; No. 66370

224 pages; 8½ × 11

Illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8½ × 11

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Saving Seeds marc rogers

Select, harvest, and store seeds from more than 100 flowers and vegetables commonly grown in home gardens. ▶ 68,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-634-1; No. 66634 Illustrations throughout 192 pages; 6 × 9

The Complete Guide to Saving Seeds robert gough & cheryl moore-gough

This comprehensive guide shows exactly how to collect, save, and cultivate the seeds from more than 300 vegetables, herbs, fruits, flowers, trees, and shrubs. Easy-to-follow instructions guide gardeners through every step of the process: selecting plants for the best seeds, harvesting and cleaning seeds, storing them, propagating them, and caring for new seedlings. Chapters on individual plants contain species-specific directions and information. Gardeners of any experience level will find all the information they need to extend the life of their favorite plants to the next generation and beyond. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-574-2;

illustrations throughout

No. 62574

320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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“A must-have for herbalists and home gardeners.” — Georg Uebelhart, Jelitto Perennial Seeds

BEST SELLER!

Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner's Guide BEST SELLER!

Homegrown Herbs tammi hartung

This primer shows gardeners of every level how to plant, grow, harvest, and use more than 100 popular herbs. It covers seed selection; planting; maintenance and care; harvesting; drying; and uses in the kitchen, home pharmacy, crafting, and body care. Sensational photographs by Saxon Holt bring the information to life. With renowned herbalist Tammi Hartung as a guide, readers will discover that growing their own herbs is an easy way to bring more beauty, flavor, and health to everyday life. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-703-6; No. 62703

illustrations throughout 256 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

rosemary gladstar

Rosemary Gladstar is renowned worldwide for her inspired teaching and trustworthy knowledge of healing herbs. Now, Gladstar offers a fresh introduction for a new generation of gardeners and natural health and selfsufficiency enthusiasts. ▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club

charles w. g. smith

Discover how easy and rewarding it is to grow your own herbs! Simple instructions, tempting recipes, and beautiful photographs will inspire you to grow, harvest, preserve, and cook with 26 of the most popular kitchen herbs, including basil, cilantro, dill, fennel, garlic, lavender, oregano, parsley, sage, tarragon, and more. A great gift for any herb lover. Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-528-5;

152 pages; 7 × 9

No. 62528

Packed with practical advice on budgets, locations, business plans, bookkeeping, staffing, inventory, and pricing, this is the book that will transform your herb hobby into a profitable herb business.

This illustrated guide teaches readers how to plant, propagate, harvest, dry, freeze, store, and sell (both wholesale and retail) 64 of the most popular herbs.

▶S  election of Crafter’s Choice

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

bertha reppert

Book Club

▶ 180,000 copies in print ISBN 978-0-88266-249-7; No. 66249 Illustrations throughout

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

240 pages; 6 × 9

ISBN 978-0-88266-612-9; No. 66612 Illustrations throughout 192 pages; 6 × 9

No. 622005 Full-color; photographs throughout 224 pages; 7 × 9

An herb garden adds grace and style to your landscape and exciting flavor to your kitchen. Here are gardening tips on 75 herbs for both cooking and crafts. ▶ 56,000 copies in print Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-873-4; No. 66873 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 240 pages; 8‹/• × 10

Herbal Remedy Gardens

Herbal Tea Gardens

Enhance your health naturally with more than 20 versatile medicinal herbs from your own garden. Included are 38 illustrated plans for easy-to-maintain backyard and container gardens. Crafter’s Choice, and

This tea lover’s gardening bible contains full instructions for growing herbs for tea, plus more than 100 recipes for blending and brewing the herbs in healthful and delicious combinations. Included are 22 illustrated plans for customized tea gardens.

HomeStyle Book Clubs

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

dorie byers

▶ Selection of One Spirit,

marietta marshall marcin

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-106-9; No. 67106

ISBN 978-1-58017-095-6; No. 67095

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

192 pages; 8 × 8

224 pages; 8 × 8

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betty e. m. jacobs

▶ 36,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-61212-005-8;

susan mcclure BEST SELLER!

Growing & Using Herbs Successfully

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

The Herb Gardener

The Beginner’s Guide to Edible Herbs

Growing Your Herb Business


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“Kiss My Aster shakes up traditional garden book publishing. Steeped in rock and roll irreverence and sound horticultural knowledge, Amanda takes us on a journey that is practical, active, and full of energy.” — L eaf Magazine

“Step-by-step guidance for getting your lawn off drugs.’” — P ublishers Weekly

The Organic Lawn Care Manual

Kiss My Aster amanda thomsen

paul tukey

Paul Tukey explains exactly how to grow a healthy, organic lawn: Begin with well-treated soil; plant the right grass cultivar for local conditions; water the lawn well; and maintain lawn height with a good blade. Tukey also provides information on weeds and pests and addresses the issues involved in transitioning from a synthetic to an organic lawn system. ▶ 42,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-649-1; No. 67649

ISBN 978-1-58017-655-2; No. 67655

Full-color; photographs and

272 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

illustrations throughout

Who cares what the neighbors think? Kiss My Aster is a hilarious, irreverent, interactive guide to designing an outdoor space that is exactly what you want. Combining entertaining illustrations with laugh-out-loud text, Amanda Thomsen lays out the many options for home landscaping and invites you to make the choices. Whether you want privacy hedges, elegant flower beds, a patio for partying, a food garden, a kids’ play space, a pond full of ducks, or all of the above, you’ll end up with a yard you’ll adore. Forget about doing it the “right” way: Do it your way, and enjoy every step of the process with Kiss My Aster. Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-986-3; No. 62986

160 pages; 9fi/• × 7½

The Perennial Gardener’s Design Primer

stephanie cohen & nancy j. ondra photography by rob cardillo

BEST SELLER!

Home gardeners can use these tried-and-true design rules to create gardens that complement specific sites and deliver desired color effects. Includes plans for 20 gardens and a guide to more than 475 perennials. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club

The Lawn & Garden Owner’s Manual lewis & nancy hill Maintenance charts and schedules (customized by climate), paired with troubleshooting advice for problem areas, help homeowners keep every part of the garden fresh and lively. Paper: $21.95 US / $26.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-214-1; No. 67214 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 192 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

The Homeowner’s Complete Tree & Shrub Handbook penelope o’sullivan photography by karen bussolini This comprehensive handbook covers all the essentials of growing trees and shrubs. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-570-8; No. 67570 Hardcover with jacket:

▶ 2006 Winner of the Garden Writers Silver Award of Achievement ▶ 74,000 copies in print Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-543-2; No. 67543

illustrations throughout 320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

The Perennial Care Manual nancy j. ondra photography by rob cardillo

BEST SELLER!

This comprehensive guide gives gardeners the information they need to maintain healthy, beautiful perennial gardens. General advice ensures that gardeners understand all the basics. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club

$39.95 US / $48.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-571-5; No. 67571

ISBN 978-1-60342-150-8; No. 62150

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Hardcover with jacket:

384 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

illustrations throughout

$34.95 US / $41.95 CAN

416 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-60342-151-5; No. 62151

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Covering Ground barbara w. ellis

Ground covers are a beautiful way to bring variety, texture, and durability to open sweeps of lawn. A vibrant new palette of unexpected plant choices and hardworking design and planting advice give gardeners the know-how to create striking, low-maintenance alternatives to traditional lawns. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-665-1; No. 67665 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 224 pages; 9¼ × 10

Fallscaping

nancy j. ondra and stephanie cohen photography by rob cardillo Celebrate autumn with this comprehensive guide to the best late-blooming plants. Included are 10 complete garden plans combining flowers, shrubs, ground covers, and grasses that thrive in the cool, golden days of early fall. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club Paper with flaps: $22.95 US / $27.95 CAN

Seascape Gardening anne halpin photography by roger foley

Choose the plants and landscape designs that work best in coastal gardens from New England to the Carolinas. ▶ 2007 Winner of the Garden Writers Silver Award of Achievement Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-531-9; No. 67531 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 224 pages; 9½ × 9½

Deckscaping

Poolscaping

Transform any deck from an overexposed flat space to a cool, private living area with trellises, lighting, and plants.

From choosing lighting to selecting plants, learn what it takes to create a beautiful pool area.

▶ Main Selection of HomeStyle

▶ Selection of HomeStyle

barbara w. ellis

Book Club

catriona tudor erler

Book Club

▶ 63,000 copies in print

▶ 57,000 copies in print

Paper with flaps:

Paper with flaps:

$19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

$19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-408-4; No. 67408

ISBN 978-1-58017-385-8; No. 67385

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

176 pages; 9¼ × 10

208 pages; 9¼ × 10

Cold-Climate Gardening

The WeatherResilient Garden

Packed with invaluable information for northern gardeners on how to grow food, landscape, protect vulnerable plantings, warm up the soil earlier, and choose appropriate species. This book will also be useful to gardeners in microclimates (such as deep valleys) or those who want to extend their gardening season in any climate.

A region-by-region reference on how to plan and grow a garden that will flourish in normal conditions and be hardy enough to thrive despite drought, flood, high winds, and extreme heat or cold. Includes an encyclopedic list of resilient plants, with specific advice for each region of the United States.

ISBN 978-1-58017-680-4; No. 67680 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 240 pages; 9¼ × 10

Garden Stone

barbara pleasant photography by dency kane Stonework, artfully blended with garden plantings, gives strength and structure to 40 landscape designs. Projects range from a simple flagstone path to an elaborate Zeninspired meditation garden. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club ▶ 62,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-544-9; No. 67544

Natural Stonescapes richard l. dubé & frederick c. campbell

Create beautiful landscapes that mimic the forms of nature with more than 20 designs for stone groupings appropriate for all types of sites. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-092-5; No. 67092 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Designing Your Gardens and Landscapes janet macunovich

Appropriate for any region, this practical 12-step approach to home landscape design focuses on the individual preferences, natural restrictions, and climatic concerns of the landscaper. ▶ 72,000 copies in print Paper with comb-binding: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-315-5; No. 67315

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

176 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

240 pages; 8‹/• × 10

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lewis hill

▶ 44,000 copies in print

charles w. g. smith

▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-441-5; No. 66441

ISBN 978-1-58017-516-6; No. 67516

Photographs and illustrations

Illustrations throughout

throughout; 320 pages; 6 × 9

416 pages; 6 × 9


gardening

Right Rose, Right Place

peter schneider Roses can be easy to grow if you choose the right plants for the site. Schneider discusses the best options for flower beds, hedges, trellises, containers, and more and gives advice on growing, pruning, and dealing with pests and disease. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club Hardcover with jacket: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-438-7; No. 62438 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 272 pages; 9¼ × 10

Hardy Succulents gwen moore kelaidis photography by saxon holt

The Gardener’s A–Z Guide to Growing Flowers from Seed to Bloom eileen powell

An encyclopedia of 576 annuals, perennials, and bulbs with information on sowing, transplanting, bloom time, propagation, and general care. Features a full-color flower gallery and a design planner. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-517-3; No. 67517 Two-color with 64-page full-color plant guide; illustrations throughout 528 pages; 7‹/• × 9⁄/•

Foliage

nancy j. ondra photography by rob cardillo

Designer Plant Combinations scott calhoun

More than 100 creative combinations, planted by top garden designers, inspire home gardeners to put plants together in unexpected but stunning groupings. Each garden composition uses six plants or fewer — perfect for every small space. ▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-077-8; No. 62077

The Flower Gardener’s Bible 10th Anniversary Edition lewis & nancy hill photography by joseph de Sciose

This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know about growing flowers — from planning your garden to caring for plants — to create a yard full of glorious blooms. The book includes plans for 25 beautiful theme gardens and a photographic encyclopedia with specific advice on growing more than 400 species. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club ▶ 74,000 copies in print Paper: $27.50 US / $32.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-462-6; No. 67462

illustrations throughout 384 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

240 pages; 8 × 8½

Grasses

nancy j. ondra photography by saxon holt

Discover the versatility, durability, and season-long color of garden foliage. Each chapter illustrates the features and requirements of dozens of plants, all chosen for the unique appeal of their leaves.

Ornamental grasses provide diversity in garden designs, stabilize soil, and conserve water. Learn how to use dozens of stunning grass varieties with these illustrated plans for 24 gardens.

▶ 2009 American Horticultural

▶ 2008 American Horticultural

▶ Selection of HomeStyle

Society Book Award

“If your idea of heaven is a yard filled with flowers, then this is the bible you will want to read ­religiously.” — S eattle Post-Intelligencer

Full-color; photographs and

From agaves to ice plants, hardy succulents add a touch of the unexpected to nondesert gardens. This resource shows readers how to grow succulents in any North American hardiness zone. Society Book Award

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The Ever-Blooming Flower Garden lee schneller

Lee Schneller has used her fun and easy blueprint system to design hundreds of gardens that begin blooming in late spring and don’t quit until the last days of autumn. Now you can apply her no-fail formula to your own yard. In just five easy steps — measure and draw, set height proportions, calculate plant numbers, begin the blueprint, and choose your plants — you can plan a foolproof season of nonstop colorful blooms. Season-spanning spectacular color is easier to attain than ever before.

Paper with flaps:

Paper with flaps:

▶ 112,000 copies in print

$19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

$24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Paper with flaps:

ISBN 978-1-58017-700-9; No. 67700

ISBN 978-1-58017-648-4; No. 67648

$19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-423-7; No. 67423

ISBN 978-1-60342-139-3; No. 62139

224 pages; 8 × 9

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

160 pages; 9½ × 9½

304 pages; 9½ × 9½

illustrations throughout

▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club

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out d oor bu i l d i ng ser i es by alan & G i ll B r i d ge water The Outdoor Building Series offers fun-to-build projects that enhance garden areas with soothing water features, useful and comfortable woodwork, and striking stone additions. Includes step-by-step photography and simple instructions. All books in the series: Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 128 pages; 8½ × 11

“The [Bridgewaters’] directions are clear and their helpful tips allow the voice of experience to whisper in your ear. ” — The Albany Times-Union “The projects are especially well designed, with attractive detailing. ” — library journal

Outdoor Water Features

Outdoor Woodwork

Outdoor Stonework

▶ 64,000 copies in print

▶ 73,000 copies in print

▶ 75,000 copies in print

Paper: $17.95 US / $21.95 CAN

Paper: $17.95 US / $21.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-437-4;

ISBN 978-1-58017-333-9;

No. 67437

No. 67333

ISBN 978-1-58017-334-6; No. 67334

The Dirt-Cheap Green Thumb

rhonda massingham hart The cost of tools, plants, seeds, fertilizer, and water can strain budgets, but these tips and tricks — for everything from starting seeds to preserving produce — will help pennywise gardeners control costs.

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-441-7; No. 62441 Two-color; illustrations throughout 288 pages; 5 × 7

8-copy counter display $87.60 US / $103.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-499-8 No. 62499

The City Gardener’s Handbook Linda Yang Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-449-7; No. 67449

Caring for Perennials

Daylilies

▶S  election of HomeStyle Book

▶ 49,000 copies in print

Janet Macunovich Club

▶ 46,000 copies in print

Lewis & Nancy Hill Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-651-8; No. 66651

Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-957-1; No. 66957

illustrations throughout

336 pages; 7 × 9

Full-color; photographs and

208 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

illustrations throughout 200 pages; 8½ × 11

Down & Dirty!

Ellen Zachos

Full-color; photographs and

Fun outdoor projects cover everything from attracting birds to preparing treats with your homegrown strawberries. Each project includes Down & Dirty Basics, clear and accessible information to get you started and give you confidence.

illustrations throughout

▶S  election of HomeStyle

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-641-5; No. 67641

256 pages; 9¼ × 10

Book Club

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The Gardener’s Bug Book

The Gardener’s Weed Book

The Gardener’s Guide to Plant Diseases

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-609-9; No. 66609

ISBN 978-0-88266-921-2; No. 66921

ISBN 978-0-88266-274-9; No. 66274

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

144 pages; 6 × 9

208 pages; 6 × 9

192 pages; 6 × 9

Barbara Pleasant

Barbara Pleasant

Barbara Pleasant


gardening

Continuous Container Gardens

The Complete Houseplant Survival Manual

Sara Begg Townsend & Roanne Robbins

Tired of container gardens that look great only in the summer? Garden designers Townsend and Robbins offer an innovative system for creating stylish container gardens that change with the seasons and look great year-round. The book features designs for twelve containers, each with a unique plan for swapping plants every season, for a total of 48 exciting looks.

BEST SELLER!

Barbara Pleasant

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-702-9; No. 62702 Full-color; photographs throughout 272 pages; 9 × 8‹/¢

This guide shows readers how to care for exciting imports, dozens of long-flowering varieties, and hardier cultivars of old favorites. Pleasant covers troubleshooting, care, pruning, repotting, and propagating for each of 160 flowering and foliage houseplants. Includes an A-to-Z primer on houseplant health. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book Club ▶ 61,000 copies in print Flexibind: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-569-2; No. 67569

illustrations throughout 384 pages; 7½ × 10fi/•

Growing Tasty Tropical Plants in Any Home, Anywhere

Don’t Throw It, Grow It!

Deborah Peterson & Millicent Selsam Save or buy pits, nuts, beans, seeds, and tubers; they can be coaxed into lush, vibrant houseplants that are both attractive and fascinating. Plant charts, step-bystep instructions, and illustrations show readers the path from kitchen scrap to beautiful plant.

Laurelynn G. Martin & Byron E. Martin Harvest tropical fruits and berries from houseplants in any climate! Enjoy fresh coffee brewed from beans grown in the kitchen, or juice from an orange picked in the living room. This book, from the co-owners of Logee’s Tropical Plants, shows how to successfully plant, grow, and harvest 47 varieties of tropical fruiting plants.

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Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-577-3; No. 62577

8-copy counter display

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-064-8;

160 pages; 9½ × 9½

ISBN 978-1-60342-094-5; No. 62094

No. 62064 Two-color; illustrations throughout 160 pages; 6½ × 7½

Bonsai Survival Manual Colin Lewis

Window Boxes

James Cramer & Dean Johnson

Tabletop Gardens Rosemary Mccreary Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-837-2; No. 67837

ISBN 978-1-58017-518-0; No. 67518

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

168 pages; 8‹/• × 10

176 pages; 9 × 10

The Practical Guide to Container Gardening

Susan Berry & Steve Bradley

Buy and grow attractive bonsai and keep them thriving with this one-stop source of vital information. Fifty popular species are covered in this excellent beginner’s guide. ▶ 53,000 copies in print

Paper: $22.95 US / $27.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-853-6; No. 66853 Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-329-2; No. 67329

160 pages; 7½ × 9‹/¢

Full-color; photographs throughout 160 pages; 8¼ × 10‡/•

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“Charming drawings and handwritten text make this the perfect picture book for grown-up dreamers.” — The Boston Globe

Farm Anatomy Julia Rothman

Successful SmallScale Farming

Making Your Small Farm Profitable

Small-Scale Livestock Farming

This inspiring handbook introduces the small-farm owner to the real potential and the difficult realities of making a full- or part-time living from the land. Focusing on organic methods, Karl Schwenke discusses soil care, machinery, the best “cash crops,” and much more.

Whether you’re buying a new farm or jump-starting an old one, with Ron Macher’s down-to-earth advice on planning, farming, and marketing, you’ll make your farm profitable.

This grass-based, organic approach to livestock management produces healthier animals, reduces feed and healthcare costs, and maximizes profit. Includes case studies of successful farmers and insights on how to work with nature instead of against it.

Karl Schwenke BEST SELLER!

What’s the difference between a weanling and a yearling, or a farrow and a barrow? Country and city mice alike will delight in Julia Rothman’s charming visual guide to the curious parts and pieces of rural living. Dissecting everything from tractors and pigs to hay bales, farm tools, and squash varieties, Rothman gives a richly entertaining tour of the quirky details of country life. A perfect gift for gardeners, locavores, homesteaders, and country-living enthusiasts. ▶ 36,000 copies in print Paper with flaps:

6-copy counter display

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$101.70 US / $119.70 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-981-8; No. 62981

ISBN 978-1-61212-033-1

Full-color; illustrations throughout

No. 622033

Ron Macher

▶ 52,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Carol Ekarius

ISBN 978-1-58017-161-8; No. 67161

▶ 50,000 copies in print

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-162-5; No. 67162

ISBN 978-0-88266-642-6; No. 66642

288 pages; 6 × 9

Illustrations throughout

▶ 79,000 copies in print

Illustrations throughout

224 pages; 8½ × 11

144 pages; 8½ × 11

224 pages; 6½ × 9

“Reading about vegetables was never so much fun.” — Jack Bishop, editorial director of America's Test Kitchen and author of Vegetables

Every Day

How Carrots Won the Trojan War Rebecca Rupp

Discover why Roman gladiators were massaged with onion juice before battle, how celery contributed to Casanova’s conquests, how peas almost poisoned General Washington, and why some 17th-century turnips were considered degenerate. Rebecca Rupp tells the strange and fascinating behindthe-scenes tales of the world’s most popular vegetables. This delightful collection is the perfect gift for gardeners, foodies, history buffs, and anyone who wants to know the secret stories concealed in a salad. ▶ Selection of the Military and History Book Club ▶ Garden Writers Association Silver Book Award Winner Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-968-9; No. 62968

384 pages; 5 × 8

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Joy of Gardening Dick Raymond

The best of Dick Raymond's vegetable gardening wisdom is illustrated with full-color photos and at-a-glance charts that make his methods accessible to any gardener.

The Perfect Pumpkin Gail Damerow

Christmas Trees Lewis Hill

▶ 785,000 copies in print

Gail Damerow offers detailed instructions on how to grow and harvest more than 95 varieties of pumpkin, plus fun ideas for carving and crafts projects and more than 30 recipes.

Lewis Hill, an experienced tree grower, shares his enthusiasm for the business in this comprehensive book of essential information on growing and selling trees, wreaths, and holiday greens.

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-319-7; No. 66319

ISBN 978-0-88266-993-9; No. 66993

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

224 pages; 6 × 9

384 pages; 8‹/• × 10

ISBN 978-0-88266-566-5; No. 66566 Illustrations throughout 160 pages; 6 × 9


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S torey ' s gu i d es to grow i ng organ i c crops for m arket

“A ‘must have’ resource!” — Kenneth Mandley, Board Member and Research Committee Chair, Organic Tree Fruit Association

Storey’s Guide to Growing Organic Vegetables & Herbs for Market

Storey’s Guide to Growing Organic Orchard Fruits

Keith Stewart addresses everything you need to know to successfully grow and market organic vegetables and herbs, covering land, equipment, crop mix, growing techniques, irrigation, soil fertility, pests, greenhouses, harvesting, storage, labor, debt, customer management, sales, accounting, and much more. With this comprehensive guide, you can turn your dream of a thriving farm into a profitable reality.

Danny Barney covers everything you need to know to successfully grow and market organic orchard fruits, from selecting the right site and cultivars to meeting organic standards and acquiring certifications; designing, maintaining, pruning, and harvesting an orchard; getting fruits to market; and managing the business side of farming. This is a straightforward, easy-to-follow blueprint for a thriving orchard and a profitable business.

keith stewart

danny L. barney

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Illustrations throughout

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Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-571-1; No. 62571

560 pages; 6 × 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-570-4; No. 62570

544 pages; 6 × 9

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $41.95 CAN

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $41.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-007-2; No. 622007

ISBN 978-1-60342-723-4; No. 62723

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“One of the most optimistic stories in America.” — Kristin Kimball, author of

The Dirty Life

The Organic Farming Manual Ann Larkin Hansen

This comprehensive guide has everything farmers need to know to grow, certify, and market organic produce, grains, meat, and dairy. It also explains the benefits of organic farming and includes the stories of farmers who use organic methods.

Starting & Running Your Own Small Farm Business Sarah Beth Aubrey

Reclaiming Our Food Tanya Denckla Cobb Photography by Jason Houston

Reclaiming Our Food tells the stories of people across the United States who are finding new ways to grow, process, and distribute food for their own communities. It is a practical guide for building a local food system.

Greenhorns

edited by ZoË Ida Bradbury, Severine von Tscharner Fleming, and paula Manalo

Paper: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

Running a small farm goes beyond growing, raising, and crafting artisanal products. Sarah Aubrey offers a business-savvy reference that covers everything from financial plans and advertising budgets to website design and food-service wholesalers.

ISBN 978-1-60342-479-0; No. 62479

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

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Here are 50 original essays by visionaries who have eschewed the comforts of desk jobs to dig deep in the soil. Collectively, the writers explore farming from a vast range of angles, both practical and inspirational. Topics include financing, family, logistics, machinery, community building, and social change. This book is a celebration of taking risks and following one’s convictions to a place where nothing comes easy, yet every day is filled with meaning and purpose.

ISBN 978-1-58017-697-2; No. 67697

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ISBN 978-1-60342-799-9; No. 62799

Photographs and illustrations

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Illustrations throughout

448 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Full-color; photographs throughout

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-772-2; No. 62772

256 pages; 6 × 9

320 pages; 8¼ × 10

▶ 2012 Nautilus Gold Award Winner

176 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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“Part travelog, part conservation treatise, this is a terrific read and an effective call to arms.” — library journal

Eating Aliens

The Beginner's Guide to Hunting Deer for Food Jackson Landers

Jackson Landers

North America is under attack by a wide range of invasive animals. Black spiny-tailed iguanas in Florida, Asian carp in Missouri and Virginia, nutria in Louisiana, European green crabs in Connecticut, and other alien species throughout the United States are devouring our native plants and animals, pushing many to the brink of extinction. Jackson Landers has a unique solution to the problem: Eat them! This adventure narrative describes Landers’s quest to hunt twelve invasive animal species and turn them into delicious meals, showing how anyone can feed a family while enjoying the thrill of the hunt and helping to protect and conserve the natural environment. Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-027-0; No. 622027

240 pages; 5½ × 8½

Hunting deer is the most inexpensive, environmentally friendly way to acquire organic, grass-fed meat. But if you’ve never held a gun before, how do you get started? Jackson Landers covers everything a first-time hunter needs to know. Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Wild Turkeys

John J. Mettler Jr., DVM

The “Have-More” Plan Ed & Carolyn Robinson

Once nearly extinct in North America, wild turkeys have made a dramatic comeback. Here is all the habitat and mating information you will need to hunt and enjoy these noble birds.

This 50-year-old back-to-theland classic shows how to find land, build a homestead, grow vegetables and fruits, raise livestock, build farm structures, and more.

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-069-7; No. 67069 Photographs and illustrations throughout 176 pages; 6 × 9

▶ 525,000 copies in print ISBN 978-0-88266-024-0; No. 66024 Photographs and illustrations throughout 72 pages; 9 × 12

ISBN 978-1-60342-728-9; No. 62728 Illustrations throughout 176 pages; 7 × 9

S to r e y ’ s CO U N TRY W I S D O M B U L L ET I N S Grow the best tomatoes, crate train a puppy, learn to quilt, build a smokehouse — the possibilities are endless with Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletins, information-packed minibooks that put hundreds of traditional country skills at your fingertips. When a book is too much and the Internet doesn’t deliver the right information, there’s a bulletin to help anyone find it, fix it, make it, grow it, use it, or build it. Titles in eight categories are available for mixing and matching in the Country Wisdom Bulletin 48-copy counter display, free with any purchase of 48 bulletins. See the complete list at the back of the catalog order form. Country Wisdom Bulletins: $3.95 US / $4.95 CAN Illustrations throughout 32 pages; 5⁄/™ × 8⁄/™

▶ Bulletins are single-subject specific Country Wisdom Countertop Display ▶ Holds 48 bulletins ▶ Free with the purchase of 48 bulletins ISBN 978-1-58017-784-9; No. 67784

The Backyard Lumberjack

Frank Philbrick & Stephen Philbrick A complete wood-cutting reference. On subjects from choosing the perfect chain saw to safely felling, bucking, splitting, and stacking wood, Frank and Stephen Philbrick share their enthusiasm for the pleasures and rigors of bringing down trees. Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Mix and match Country Wisdom Bulletins in specific categories or combining subjects. More than 200 different titles available. The choice is yours! (See order form for complete list.)

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ISBN 978-1-58017-634-7; No. 67634 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8 × 9¼

The New Woodburner’s Handbook

Stephen Bushway Here is the essential layman’s guide to both the latest improvements in stoves and the age-old wisdom of heating with wood. Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-788-1; No. 66788 Illustrations throughout 168 pages; 6 × 9


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“This fascinating, friendly book is brimming with ideas, illustrations, and enthusiasm.” — T he New York Times Book Review

“A must-read for do-it-yourself and back-to-the-land enthusiasts.” — Booklist

The Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Animals

The Backyard Homestead

Anyone — even in cities and suburbs — can raise chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, rabbits, goats, sheep, cows, pigs, and honey bees. It’s easier than you think, and it can be done on surprisingly small plots of land. This book covers everything from selecting breeds to feeding and housing animals, keeping them healthy, and producing delicious fresh milk, cheese, honey, eggs, and meat.

Put that backyard to work! Just one-quarter of an acre can yield 1,400 eggs, 50 pounds of wheat, 60 pounds of fruit, 2,000 pounds of vegetables, 280 pounds of pork, and 75 pounds of fruit. Plant, grow, harvest, cook, brew, keep animals, make cheese, preserve fruits and vegetables, gather eggs and honey, make sausage, and much more — the how-to is all here for the enterprising homesteader.

Edited by Gail Damerow

BEST SELLER!

Edited by Carleen Madigan

▶ 208,000 copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Two-color with 8-page full-color fold-out insert;

ISBN 978-1-60342-969-6; No. 62969

illustrations throughout

▶ Selection of One Spirit and HomeStyle Book Clubs

360 pages; 8½×x 10‡/•

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-138-6; No. 62138

368 pages; 7 × 9

The Blacksmith’s Craft Charles McRaven

Simple, clear instructions with step-by-step photography show how to build a forge, make or acquire tools, and use those tools to create items of lasting beauty and durability. ▶ 43,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-593-7; No. 67593 Photographs and illustrations throughout 256 pages; 7 × 9

INDIE PICK!

Made from Scratch

Barnheart

This is the hilarious, heartbreaking story of one woman’s inspiring journey toward self-sufficiency.

Illustrations throughout

Homesteader Jenna Woginrich, learning to farm by trial and error, tells the lively story of her quest for a home for herself and her livestock. Readers will laugh out loud while they find inspiration in this story of striving for a more authentic life.

208 pages; 5½ × 8¼

▶ Selection of One Spirit, Home-

Jenna WoginRich

▶ Winner of Books for a Better Life Award 2009 Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-532-2; No. 62532

Jenna Woginrich

Style, The Good Cook, and BOMC2 Book Clubs Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-795-1; No. 62795 184 pages; 5½ × 8½

Storey’s Basic Country Skills John & Martha Storey

For anyone who wants to be more self-sufficient, more than 150 of Storey’s expert authors share their knowledge of gardening, homesteading, building, animal husbandry, and more. Learn to milk a cow, sharpen an ax, preserve fruits and vegetables, clean a chimney, or grow raspberries. ▶ 170,000 copies in print Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-202-8; No. 67202

576 pages; 8½ × 11

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S to r e y ’ s G u i d e to R a i s i n g S e r i e s

BESTSELLING SERIES!

Essential Animal Husbandry Information from the Trusted Source “The Storey’s Guide to Raising Series is an excellent resource. We find these books to be comprehensive and easy to understand.” — Megan Hirt, Mother Earth News

See page 8 Storey’s G 6 for Raising H uide to orse Storey’s G s and u Training ide to Horses

Storey’s Guide to Raising Series offers the most up-to-date information on raising farm animals. Novice farmers and experienced pros alike will find everything needed to keep livestock and profits healthy. Each book includes information on selection, housing, space requirements, behavior, breeding and birthing techniques, feeding, health concerns, and remedies for illnesses. The books also cover the business of processing meat, milk, eggs, and other products. All books in the series: Photographs and illustrations throughout; 6 ≈ 9

Storey’s Guide to Raising Chickens, 3rd Edition

Storey’s Guide to Raising Poultry, 4th Edition

The ultimate guide to keeping chickens. This revised edition covers training chickens, hobby farming, avian influenza and fowl first aid, and much more.

This invaluable resource contains essential information on selection, housing, breeding, hatching, feeding, behavior, and health care. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-000-3;

ISBN 978-1-60342-469-1; No. 62469

No. 622000

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-470-7; No. 62470

ISBN 978-1-61212-001-0;

448 pages

No. 622001

Gail Damerow

Glenn Drowns

464 pages

Storey’s Guide to Raising Beef Cattle, 3rd Edition

Storey’s Guide to Raising Pigs, 3rd Edition

Storey’s Guide to Raising Sheep, 4th Edition

Every cattle rancher needs Thomas’s comprehensive, expert advice. This edition includes up-to-the-minute information on health care, raising grass-fed animals, toxic pasture plants, and much more.

Klober's trusted resource provides authoritative advice on every aspect of raising pigs. This updated edition covers green farming methods and rare and heritage breeds.

Expert coverage of everything to do with raising sheep. This edition include guidelines for organic certification, advice on web-based marketing, and coverage of rare breeds.

Heather Smith Thomas

Kelly Klober

Paula Simmons & Carol Ekarius

Storey’s Guide to Raising Ducks, 2nd Edition

Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits, 4th Edition This guide covers everything you need to know about raising rabbits. New and expanded features include showing guidelines, an updated breed guide, and advice on marketing.

Dave Holderread

Bob Bennett

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Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-473-8;

ISBN 978-1-60342-459-2;

From choosing the right breed to butchering, this essential guide covers it all. This revised edition includes an expanded breed section and upto-date information on facilities, health care, and marketing.

ISBN 978-1-60342-454-7; No. 62454

No. 62473

No. 62459

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Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

384 pages

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ISBN 978-1-60342-692-3;

ISBN 978-1-60342-455-4; No. 62455

ISBN 978-1-60342-457-8; No. 62457

ISBN 978-1-60342-484-4;

No. 62692

352 pages

256 pages

No. 62484

368 pages

448 pages

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Storey’s Guide to Raising Meat Goats, 2nd Edition Maggie Sayer

The essential reference on raising, caring for, and marketing meat goats. This updated edition gives the information needed to start or expand a meat-goat business. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-582-7; No. 62582

Storey’s Guide to Raising Dairy Goats, 4th Edition Jerry Belanger & Sara Thomson Bredesen

With minimal space needs, dairy goats are a good choice for the backyard farmer. This edition includes more on pygmy goats, health care, breeding, and making dairy products.

Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys, 3rd Edition don schrider

Turkeys produce lean, delicious, and nutritious meat. This essential reference covers breed selection, housing, feeding, breeding, health care, and much more. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-149-9;

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

No. 622149

ISBN 978-1-60342-583-4; No. 62583

ISBN 978-1-60342-580-3; No. 62580

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

344 pages

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-150-5;

ISBN 978-1-60342-581-0; No. 62581

No. 622150

304 pages

320 pages

Storey’s Guide to Raising Llamas, 2nd Edition

Storey’s Guide to Raising Miniature Livestock

Storey's Guide to Keeping Honey Bees

This comprehensive handbook covers everything llama raisers need to know, providing expert information on behavior, training, facilities, showing, health care, first aid, breeding, birthing, fleece harvesting, marketing, and much more.

Weaver clearly explains the ins and outs of breeding, feeding, housing, diet, nutrition, exercise, disease prevention and treatment, and more. New and experienced farmers will find everything they need to keep minis healthy and productive.

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-328-5; No. 67328

ISBN 978-1-60342-481-3; No. 62481

336 pages

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

Gale Birutta

Sue Weaver

ISBN 978-1-60342-482-0; No. 62482 One-color with 16-page color insert; 464 pages

Malcolm T. Sanford & Richard E. Bonney

Learn how to plan a hive, acquire bees, install a colony, keep bees healthy, harvest honey, and more. Serves both experienced and beginner beekeepers.

“Provides clear, concise, and stepby-step information for people who want to slaughter their own meat.” — Mother Earth News

Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game

John J. Mettler Jr., DVM

Increase your self-sufficiency and enjoy safer meat with superior flavor. Detailed instructions and easy-to-follow illustrations demystify slaughtering and butchering from start to finish. Covers beef, veal, venison, pork, lamb, and poultry and includes 30 recipes. ▶ 198,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-391-3; No. 66391

208 pages; 6 × 9

Keeping Livestock Healthy

Humane Livestock Handling

N. Bruce Haynes, DVM

This classic reference shows how to prevent disease in horses, cattle, pigs, goats, and sheep through proper nutrition, housing, and care. ▶ 165,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-435-0; No. 67435

ISBN 978-1-60342-550-6;

Photographs and illustrations

No. 62550

throughout

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

352 pages; 6 × 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-551-3; No. 62551 256 pages

BEST SELLER!

“A must for any serious livestock owner.” — Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Temple Grandin with Mark Deesing

Well-treated animals are healthier, are calmer, and deliver higher yields of marketable meat. Temple Grandin describes low-stress methods for handling cattle and provides construction plans for humane chutes, corrals, and sorting pens. Her facility designs show farmers how to process meat safely, efficiently, and humanely. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-028-0; No. 62028 Illustrations throughout 240 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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Keep Chickens! Barbara Kilarski

These reference books are indispensable for young people learning to raise happy, healthy animals. Valuable guidance on breed selection, housing, behavior, showing, feeding, and health maintenance is presented in a friendly, encouraging manner with mature yet easy-to-follow language. Recommended for children nine and older. Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN Photographs and illustrations throughout, 7 × 10

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-491-6; No. 67491 One-color with 16-page full-color insert; illustrations throughout

Your Chickens

160 pages; 6 × 9

Barbara Kilarski, a woman with a passion for poultry, provides detailed information every aspiring chicken keeper needs in this handbook that is as practical and encouraging as it is witty and entertaining. Join the urban and suburban chicken-farming boom and start enjoying the freshest breakfast eggs available. ▶54,000 copies in print

Gail Damerow

▶ 55,000 copies in print ISBN 978-0-88266-823-9 No. 66823; 160 pages

The Chicken Health Handbook Gail Damerow

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-611-2; No. 66611

Your Goats

Your Calf

▶ 69,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-0-88266-947-2

Gail Damerow

ISBN 978-0-88266-825-3

Heather Smith Thomas No. 66947; 192 pages

Your Pony, Your Horse Cherry Hill

Photographs and illustrations throughout 352 pages; 6 × 9

This must-have reference covers the problems and diseases common to chickens of all breeds and ages. Practical charts identify common symptoms and causes of disease, while an alphabetic listing of diseases provides advice on treatment. ▶ 83,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-0-88266-908-3 No. 66908; 160 pages

No. 66825; 176 pages

Fowl Play

Patrick Merrell

Your Puppy, Your Dog Pat Storer

ISBN 978-0-88266-959-5 No. 66959; 176 pages

Your Rabbit Nancy Searle

▶ 51,000 copies in print ISBN 978-0-88266-767-6 No. 66767; 160 pages

Your Guinea Pig

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Wanda L. Curran

ISBN 978-1-60342-487-5; No. 62487

ISBN 978-0-88266-889-5

144 pages; 6 × 7½

No. 66889; 160 pages

Two-color; illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display $87.60 US / $103.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-946-7 No. 62946

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Logic puzzles, crosswords, word searches, cryptograms, and other amusements provide many hours of brain-teasing challenges. This plucky package for chicken enthusiasts also includes fun facts, clever illustrations, and trivia about America’s favorite bird.


animals Storey’s Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds

Hatching & Brooding Your Own Chicks

Carol Ekarius

For farmers and fanciers alike, here is the definitive guide to North American poultry, with more than 120 breeds strutting their stuff. Laying hens and heritage turkeys, exotic pheasants and giant ostriches are represented here with charming color photography, brief breed histories, and thorough descriptions of physical characteristics.

Gail Damerow

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-667-5; No. 67667 Full-color; photographs throughout 288 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

▶ 56,000 copies in print

Carol Ekarius

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-677-4; No. 67677 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout; 272 pages; 6 × 4¼ 8-copy counter display $87.60 US / $103.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-704-7; No. 67704

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-014-0; No. 622014 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 240 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

The Chicken Encyclopedia Gail Damerow

From addled to wind egg, crossed beak to zygote, the terminology of everything chicken is demystified in this illustrated A-to-Z reference that is both informative and entertaining. Chickophiles will find breed descriptions; definitions of common chicken conditions, situations, and behaviors; and much more. Whether it’s the differences among wry tail, split tail, and gamy tail; the meaning of hen feathered, forced molt, or quill feather; the content of granite grit; the characteristics of droopy wing; or the translation of a chicken’s alarm call, here are the answers to every chicken question and quandary.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-561-2; No. 62561 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 320 pages; 7 × 9¼

“Everything a new homesteader needs to know about chickens.”

Storey’s Guide to Raising Chickens, SEBEST LLER! 3rd Edition

— Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen, authors of The Urban Homestead

Chick Days

Gail Damerow

Gail Damerow has all the information you need to successfully keep chickens, from choosing breeds and hatching chicks to building coops and keeping birds healthy. This thoroughly revised edition contains new information on training chickens, hobby farming, avian influenza and fowl first aid, and much more.

If you want to incubate, hatch, and brood chicks yourself, rather than buying them from a hatchery, this is the guide you need. Poultry authority Gail Damerow explains exactly how to hatch healthy baby chickens, ducklings, goslings, turkey poults, and guinea keets, addressing everything from selecting a breed and choosing the best incubator to ensuring proper set-up and sanitary conditions, understanding embryo development, and feeding and caring for newborn chicks in a brooder. This is an indispensable reference for any poultry raiser, whether you want to hatch three eggs or one hundred.

“Chickens. Encyclopedia. Gail Damerow. What more needs to be said?” —b  ackyard poultry

Pocketful of Poultry More than 100 poultry breeds show their amazing colors in full-page images that capture their good looks and lively personalities. Facing each poultry portrait is an informational page offering facts about the breed, including its primary use and its conservation status.

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Jenna Woginrich Photography by Mars Vilaubi

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-469-1; No. 62469 Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-470-7; No. 62470 Photographs and illustrations throughout; 448 pages; 6 ≈ 9

BEST SELLER!

This delightful photographic guide for absolute beginners chronicles the journey of three chickens (Amelia, Honey, and Tilda) as they grow from newly hatched fluffy butterballs to adult hens laying eggs. Following their entertaining progress from day to day and week to week, readers will learn everything they need to know about chicken behavior, feeding, housing, hygiene, and health care. Chick Days will give every chicken lover the confidence and enthusiasm he or she needs to raise a flock.

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-584-1; No. 62584 Full-color; photographs throughout 128 pages; 7 × 9

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animals The Backyard Cow Sue Weaver

With Sue Weaver as their guide, hobby farmers and families will be able to select the most appropriate breed, bring home a cow with ease, understand their cow’s behavior, and provide adequate shelter, health care, and daily maintenance. Weaver demystifies bovine care for beginners while providing experience-based insights that even the most seasoned dairy farmer will appreciate. Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-60342-997-9; No. 62997

throughout

One-color w/16-page color insert;

240 pages; 7 × 9

Sue Weaver

For anyone who wants to keep goats, either for milk and fiber or as pets or companion animals, this book covers the essentials. Readers will learn how to choose the right goats; house and feed them; keep them healthy; and train them to do tricks, pull and drive carts, and serve as pack goats. The book also covers milking, shearing, breeding, raising kids, and more. One-color with 16-page full-

ISBN 978-1-60342-790-6;

color insert; photographs and

No. 62790

illustrations throughout

Heather Smith Thomas For novice and experienced ranchers, this reliable medical reference covers every situation likely to arise when caring for cattle, including common diseases, ailments, and injuries.

The Backyard Goat

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

The Cattle Health Handbook

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-090-7; No. 62090 Illustrations throughout 384 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Grass-Fed Cattle Julius Ruechel

As more consumers discover the benefits of grass-fed beef — sustainable, delicious, antibiotic-free — demand continues to grow. For any farmer ­interested in entering this profitable specialty area, here is advice on herd selection, p ­ asture management, ­­winter grazing, ­equipment, slaughter, labeling, marketing, and more. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-605-7; No. 67605 Illustrations throughout 384 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

224 pages; 7 × 9

Getting Started with Beef & Dairy Cattle Heather Smith Thomas

Essential Guide to Calving

Heather Smith Thomas

Raising a Calf for Beef Phyllis Hobson

Beginners will find what they need in this no-nonsense guide to choosing a calf; providing housing, nutrition, and daily care; and butchering.

ISBN 978-1-58017-596-8; No. 67596

Healthy pregnancies, safe births, and thriving calves are critical to every cattle-farming operation. Here is complete coverage of what to expect at every step of the calving process and how to keep those calves healthy through the first year of life.

Hardcover with jacket:

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

128 pages; 6 × 9

$26.95 US / $32.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-706-1; No. 67706

ISBN 978-1-58017-604-0; No. 67604

Photographs and illustrations

One-color with 16-page color

throughout

insert; photographs and illustrations

336 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

With the growing demand for naturally grown meat and dairy products, a new generation of farmers is turning to small, organic cattle operations. Here is the first-time farmer’s guide to raising cattle. Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

throughout 288 pages; 6 × 9

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The Family Cow Dirk van Loon

Covering everything from choosing your cow to feeding, caring for, and milking it, this book provides all the basics for the family that has decided to keep a cow.

▶ 124,000 copies in print

▶ 86,000 copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-095-0; No. 66095 Illustrations throughout

Tan Your Hide! Phyllis Hobson

Here is a step-by-step guide to tanning and hand-working your own leathers and furs. Once the skin is ready, use it to make belts, wallets, holsters, pillows, vests, hats, mittens, and more. Includes ten easy-to-make projects.

ISBN 978-0-88266-066-0; No. 66066

▶ 250,000 copies in print

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-101-8; No. 66101

272 pages; 6 × 9

Illustrations throughout 144 pages; 6 × 9


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“The book I so wish I had when I started out with my first hive. Lessons learned the hard way could have been saved with this friendly and informative book."

Beekeeping

Hive Management

Richard Bonney describes how to acquire bees, choose equipment and supplies, install a colony, manage a hive, take a crop of honey, and prevent and treat diseases. This comprehensive guide is perfect for novice beekeepers.

For the practicing beekeeper or the serious novice, Richard Bonney presents an integrated year-round program of hive management. Season by season, he explains what to do and why, giving beekeepers the knowledge and understanding they need to maintain a thriving hive.

Richard E. Bonney

▶ 39,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Richard E. Bonney

ISBN 978-0-88266-861-1; No. 66861

▶ 37,000 copies in print

Illustrations throughout

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

192 pages; 6 × 9

ISBN 978-0-88266-637-2; No. 66637 Photographs and illustrations throughout 160 pages; 6 × 9

Attracting Native Pollinators

BEST SELLER!

The Xerces Society This essential reference provides comprehensive information on every kind of pollinator and shows how to encourage pollinator activity by creating flowering habitat and inviting nesting sites. Anyone can do it! Includes instructions for building nesting structures and an extensive resource list. Paper: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

— Jenna Woginrich

Homegrown Honey Bees

alethea morrison photography by mars vilaubi

This beginner’s guide clearly explains everything you need to know to keep bees successfully, from getting your first bees to harvesting your first crop of honey. Spectacular macro photography brings the inner workings of the hive to life, while the playful text gives you the information you need to make it through your first year. Everything is addressed here, from allergies, permits and restrictions, and how to deal with the neighbors to hive structure, colony hierarchy, and bee behavior.

ISBN 978-1-60342-695-4; No. 62695

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-994-8;

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

No. 62994

160 pages; 7 × 9

384 pages; 7 × 10

Oxen

Livestock Guardians

Stalwart and powerful, oxen can plow fields, haul stones, assist in logging, improve roads, and demonstrate traditional farming techniques. Here is the definitive guide to selecting, training, feeding, and caring for working oxen.

Guardian dogs, donkeys, and llamas can be the perfect solution to livestock predation problems. This definitive resource offers breed-by-breed descriptions and thorough training and problem-solving advice.

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-081-5; No. 62081

ISBN 978-1-58017-692-7; No. 67692

ISBN 978-1-58017-695-8; No. 67695

One-color with 16-page full-color

Friendly, dependable donkeys can pull carts, carry riders, tote gear, and act as stable companions and livestock guardians. From foaling to first aid and from grooming to professional showing, this guide offers everything a donkey owner needs.

One-color with 16-page full-color

One-color with 16-page full-color

insert; photographs and illustrations

insert; photographs and illustrations

insert; photographs and illustrations

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

throughout

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-038-9; No. 62038

throughout

272 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

240 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

One-color with 16-page color

304 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Drew Conroy

Janet Vorwald Dohner

Draft Horses and Mules Gail Damerow & Alina Rice

This essential resource shows how to train and care for draft horses and mules, prized for their great endurance, pleasant disposition, and versatility.

The Donkey Companion SUE WEAVER

insert; photographs and illustrations throughout 352 pages; 8 × 10

Storey’s Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep, Goats, Cattle, and Pigs Carol Ekarius

This colorful at-a-glance reference covers 163 common and heritage North American breeds of cattle, goats, sheep, and swine. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-036-5; No. 62036 Hardcover with jacket: $34.95 US / $41.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-037-2; No. 62037 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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animals & building Chicken Coops

Judy Pangman

Reinventing the Chicken Coop Kevin McElroy & Matthew Wolpe

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-980-1; No. 62980 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 192 pages; 9 × 9½

Backyard chickens meet contemporary design! McElroy and Wolpe give you 14 complete building plans for chicken coops that range from the purely functional to the outrageously fabulous. One has a water-capturing roof; one is a great example of mid-century modern architecture; and another has a built-in composting system. Some designs are suitable for beginning builders, and others are challenging enough for experts. Complete step-by-step building plans are accompanied by full-color photographs and detailed construction illustrations.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-627-9; No. 67627 Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-631-6; No. 67631 One-color with 8-page color insert; illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Rabbit Housing Rabbit-raising expert Bob Bennett shares his plans for designing and building efficient facilities for sheltering two to one hundred backyard rabbits in safety and comfort. The building plans can be customized for various sizes and configurations, and the book also guides readers through the options for feeders, watering systems, nest boxes, and sheltering structures.

ISBN 978-1-60342-966-5; No. 62966 One-color with 8-page color insert; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

“The ultimate resource for building and maintaining a rabbitry, with different housing options to fit everyone’s needs.” — Erik Bengtson, Vice President, American Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc.

Just like houses, chicken coops come in all sizes and styles to meet the needs of every family. Here are plans, elevation drawings, and basic building ideas for 45 original coops — from strictly practical designs to flights of fancy. An eight-page color section shows detailed photos of many of the featured coops. ▶ 99,000 copies in print

“There are lots of good ideas to pick from — this belongs on your reference shelf.” — Small Farm Today

The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook

Bob Bennett

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

BEST SELLER!

BEST SELLER!

Deborah Robson & Carol Ekarius

Hardcover with jacket: $35.00 US / $41.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-711-1; No. 62711 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 448 pages; 8¼ × 10

This photographic encyclopedia features more than 200 animals — sheep, goats, camelids, and many more — and the fibers they produce. Information about each animal is paired with photographs of the animal, its fleece, yarn spun from the fleece, and the yarn knit and woven.

How to Build Animal Housing carol ekarius

For the wide range of barnyard animals living on smallscale farms, here is a collection of 60 building plans for shelters that meet each animal’s needs. There are sheds, coops, hutches, multipurpose barns, windbreaks, and shade structures, plus designs for watering systems, feeders, chutes, stanchions, and more. ▶ 63,000 copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-527-2; No. 67527 Illustrations throughout 272 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

“A well-illustrated guide to building portable shelters, s­ tables large and small, barns of all sizes and types, shade structures, backyard pens . . . a great buy.” — American Small Farm

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Storey’s Barn Guide to Sheep Take this book into the barn, and hang it on a wall to serve as a handy visual reference. Graphic presentations guide farmers through everything from trimming hooves to assisting with lambing. Also included are full-color anatomical illustrations, a lambing calendar, a feeding chart, and a helpful recordkeeping section. Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-849-5; No. 67849

96 pages; 12 × 9


building

Renovating Barns, Sheds & Outbuildings Nick Engler

Preserve history and save money by renovating and restoring rather than replacing old barns, sheds, and outbuildings. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-216-5; No. 67216 Photographs and illustrations throughout 256 pages; 8½ × 11

Building Small Barns, Sheds & Shelters

How to Build Small Barns & Outbuildings

Extend working, living, and storage areas by building low-cost barns, sheds, and animal shelters using these easy-to-follow plans and construction methods.

More than 20 projects offer complete plans and instructions for building a wide range of structures designed for adaptability and usefulness. You’ll learn the step-bystep fundamentals of general construction from planning and laying out a site to doit-yourself framing, roofing, wiring, plumbing, and more.

Monte Burch

▶ 331,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-245-9; No. 66245 Photographs and illustrations throughout 248 pages; 8½ × 11

Monte Burch

▶ 158,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-773-7; No. 66773 Photographs and illustrations throughout

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“Perfect projects to have ready for next spring’s vegetable gardening.” — T he Washington Post

The Vegetable Gardener’s Book of Building Projects Simple-to-make projects include cold frames, compost bins, planters, raised beds, outdoor furniture, and more. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, detailed illustrations, complete materials lists, and a color photograph of the finished product. Many of the projects are ideal for beginners, and most can be completed in just a few hours. ▶ 49,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-526-1;

illustrations throughout

No. 62526

152 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

288 pages; 8½ × 11

The Home Water Supply

Fences for Pasture & Garden

If you are responsible for your own water supply, you need this book on home water systems; potential water problems; and practical, money-saving solutions.

Filled with sound, up-to-date advice and instruction, this complete guide makes fence building a task anyone can tackle with confidence.

Stu Campbell

Gail Damerow

▶ 50,000 copies in print

▶ 55,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-753-9; No. 66753

ISBN 978-0-88266-324-1; No. 66324

Illustrations throughout

Photographs and illustrations

160 pages; 8½ × 11

throughout 240 pages; 8½ × 11

The Fence Bible Jeff Beneke

Choose and build fences that enhance the landscape while fulfilling basic functions. Author Jeff Beneke teaches readers how to plan, design, build, and maintain every kind of fencing for every kind of environment. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-530-2; No. 67530

How to Build Your Own Greenhouse Roger Marshall

A home greenhouse is the ultimate dream of many avid gardeners. Marshall provides do-it-yourself plans for nine greenhouses, ranging from a simple cold frame to an elaborate detached structure.

Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-647-7; No. 67647

264 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

272 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $41.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-587-6; No. 67587

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“I've been a woodworker for 30 years and I learned some great tips and tricks…It's also just plain fun to read!” — Ken Collier, Editor in Chief,

The Family Handyman

Woodworking FAQ Spike Carlsen

Woodworking is all about pride in building something new; the ability to craft something beautiful from a simple block of wood; the chance to use vision, planning, patience, and skill. For woodworkers of every level, Spike Carlsen answers basic questions about tools and lumber, as well as more advanced questions about making furniture and cabinets. With its comprehensive information, friendly question-and-answer format, and convenient lay-flat binding, this is the tool every workshop needs. Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:

Two-color; illustrations

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-729-6; No. 62729

304 pages; 6 × 8

Rustic Retreats David & Jeanie Stiles

Campers, anglers, hunters, nature lovers — the blueprint for your woodland hideaway is among these 20 plans for low-cost structures. ▶ 76,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-035-2; No. 67035 Illustrations throughout 160 pages; 8½ × 11

“Fulfill your dream of building your own cabin in the woods with the help of this step-by-step guide.” — Log Home Living magazine

Build a Classic Timber-Framed House

Timber Frame Construction Jack Sobon & Roger Schroeder

Timber frame construction, or post-and-beam building, is beautiful and often less expensive than the alternatives. Whether you are building a home yourself or hiring a builder, here is everything you need to know. Sobon explains how to design for both strength and beauty and includes a starter project. ▶ 102,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-365-4; No. 66365 Photographs and illustrations throughout 208 pages; 8½ × 11

Jack A. Sobon

HomeMade

Ken Braren & Roger Griffith These 101 exciting projects come with complete, easyto-follow directions that will save time and money. Projects include a lawn chair, compost bin, and movable shed. ▶ 104,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-103-2; No. 66103 Illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8½ × 11

Home Plan Doctor Larry W. Garnett

Garnett explains in clear language how to navigate every stage of the process of buying a home plan, from selecting a plan to evaluating the design room by room and requesting needed modifications. Whether purchasing a stock plan or working with an architect, everyone buying a design for a new home or addition will find this handbook indispensable. Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-698-9; No. 67698 Full-color; illustrations throughout 224 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

The Modular Home

Dream Cottages

Andrew Gianino

Catherine Tredway

A comprehensive handbook for prospective modular home buyers. The book explains every detail of buying and building a modular home — or a modular addition to an existing home.

With the step-by-step instructions in this book, it's easy to build a classic timber-framed house — one that's enduring and features a level of craftsmanship rare in modern construction.

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

▶ 46,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-526-5; No. 67526

Paper: $21.95 US / $26.95 CAN

One-color with 16-page full-color

ISBN 978-0-88266-841-3; No. 66841

insert; photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

The cottage holds a special place in our minds and hearts as a place of retreat, peace, and relaxation as well as an expression of a family's own personality. In this elegantly illustrated book, architect and teacher Catherine Tredway presents 25 unique plans for a variety of cottages designed to meet a wide range of needs and lifestyles.

throughout

336 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Paper: $22.95 US / $27.95 CAN

208 pages; 8½ × 11

ISBN 978-1-58017-372-8; No. 67372 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8½ × 11

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Monte Burch’s Pole Building Projects Monte Burch

More than two dozen attractive and practical polebuilding plans include a wood shed, a lean-to shelter, a two-car garage, a barbecue shelter, and livestock shade. ▶ 60,000 copies in print

Low-Cost Pole Building Construction Ralph Wolfe

This definitive how-to book will save you money, labor, and time in building a small home, barn, or other structure. ▶ 308,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-859-8; No. 66859

ISBN 978-0-88266-170-4; No. 66170

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

208 pages; 8½ × 11

192 pages; 8½ × 11

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Build Your Own Low-Cost Log Home

Roger Hard

This is the essential book for the log house builder, with special tips that come only with much experience. Covers how manufacturers’ kits differ, how to pick the best site, and how to know what to do yourself and when to hire help. ▶ 223,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-399-9; No. 66399 Photographs and illustrations throughout 200 pages; 8½ × 11

PlyDesign

Philip Schmidt Sleek, smart home furnishings can be constructed from off-the-shelf sheet materials using basic hand and power tools. Projects from more than 50 creative builders include tables, stools, workstations, benches, laptop stands, shelves, art panels, organizers, headboards, doghouses, dollhouses, and more. A photo of each finished project is accompanied by a list of needed tools and materials, cutting and assembly diagrams, and clear stepby-step instructions. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-725-8; No. 62725

320 pages; 9 × 9½

Full-color; photographs and

“Contractor-author Carl Heldmann has written the bible for people who want to act as their own general contractor.” — Los Angeles Times

The Dock Manual Max Burns

Build, paint, winterize, and repair a stationary or floating dock with one of 10 simple, step-by-step plans.

How to Build Paths, Steps & Footbridges Peter Jeswald

Two-color; photographs and

Paths, steps, and footbridges can transform any home landscape. Learn how to choose the best designs for your needs, define an outdoor living space, and realize your property's full potential.

illustrations throughout

▶ Selection of HomeStyle

▶ 47,000 copies in print Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-098-7; No. 67098

208 pages; 8½ × 11

The Kids’ Building Workshop J. craig & barbara robertson

Boys and girls love woodworking projects! But most kids (and most parents) lack woodworking skills. In this lively, fully photographed and illustrated book, fun projects teach essential woodworking skills.

Be Your Own House Contractor Carl Heldmann

BEST SELLER!

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-487-9; No. 67487

ISBN 978-1-58017-488-6; No. 67488

Building or renovating a house? You can save up to 25% of the cost by managing the process yourself instead of hiring a general contractor. With this book as a guide, anyone who can balance a checkbook and deal with people fairly can manage every stage of a construction project, from finding and buying land to securing financing, setting a budget and schedule, and hiring subcontractors to do the building.

Full-color; photographs and

Two-color; photographs and

▶ 339,000 copies in print

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

248 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

144 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Book Club

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-840-2; No. 67840

One-color with 14-page photo gallery; illustrations throughout 176 pages; 6 × 9

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“This is one neat book. Besides having 62 unique designs that will inspire you, the book is full of useful construction information.” — Kent Griswold, Tiny House Blog

Compact Cabins Gerald Rowan

BEST SELLER!

A comfortable cabin tucked into a tranquil plot of land is the ideal retreat from everyday life. Here are 62 interpretations of the getaway dream, with something to please every taste. All plans include sleeping quarters and working kitchens and bathrooms, and the small-footprint designs are all affordable and energy-efficient without skimping on comfort and style.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-462-2;

Stonework

Charles McRaven Discover the lasting satisfaction of working with stone and learn the tricks of the trade from a master craftsman with this collection of 22 projects — garden paths and walls, porches, pools, seats, waterfalls, a bridge, and more. ▶ 82,000 copies in print

No. 62462

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-976-2; No. 66976

216 pages; 8 × 9¼

Photographs and illustrations throughout 192 pages; 8½ × 11

▶ 87,000 copies in print

The Classic Hewn-Log House Charles Mcraven

From hewing the first log to laying the last chimney stone, McRaven covers every aspect of hewn-log construction and restoration. Clear, how-to line illustrations accompany the text throughout, and a full-color gallery shows finished structures. Readers will be inspired by these durable, inviting homes. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-590-6; No. 67590 One-color with 16-page full-color insert; photographs and illustrations throughout 208 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Building with Stone Charles McRaven

Stone Primer Charles McRaven

Charles McRaven, a dedicated stonemason for more than 50 years, brings his practical experience and deep respect for the material to this essential guide for homeowners interested in adding stone to any setting, indoors or out. How-to techniques, step-by-step projects for the home, stone mason profiles, and beautiful photography give the book appeal as both a solid DIY guide and an inspirational dream book. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-670-5;

illustrations throughout

No. 67670

272 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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Learn the art and craft of creating stone structures with McRaven's easy-to-follow building instructions and his underlying philosophy that careful craftsmanship will repay itself many times over. ▶ 116,000 copies in print Paper: $17.95 US / $21.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-550-4; No. 66550 Photographs and illustrations throughout 192 pages; 8½ × 11

Step-by-Step Outdoor Stonework Mike Lawrence

More than 20 easy-to-build stone projects for patio and garden are described in detail and illustrated with hundreds of drawings and color photographs.

Building Stone Walls John Vivian

A beautiful, enduring stone wall can be yours with a pile of rocks, a few tools, and this book full of techniques, plans, illustrations, and photographs. ▶ 123,000 copies in print

▶ 42,000 copies in print

Paper: $11.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-074-5; No. 66074

ISBN 978-1-88266-891-8; No. 66891

Photographs and illustrations

Full-color; photographs and

throughout

illustrations throughout

112 pages; 6 × 9

96 pages; 8½ × 11


home reference

A Landowner’s Guide to Managing Your Woods

Ann Larkin Hansen, Mike Severson & Dennis L. Waterman This introductory resource explains how to sustainably manage a wooded property, from a few acres to a small commercial forest. Readers will learn how to identify the type, health, and quality of their trees; plant, prune, and thin trees; improve their ecosystem by creating trails and adding water; improve wildlife habitat; and enjoy and use the land by harvesting timber and firewood, building wildlife blinds, making maple sugar, growing Christmas trees, hunting, and more. ▶ National Woodland Owners Association 2011 Woodlands Book of the Year Award Winner Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-800-2; No. 62800

304 pages; 6 × 9

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Homeowner's Energy Handbook paul scheckel

Are you looking for creative ways to lower your energy costs, generate more of your own power, or become less reliant on the grid? Energy expert Paul Scheckel offers practical solutions for adapting solar, wind, wood gasification, biogas, and micro hydro power systems for home use. Step-by-step instructions show you how to build a wood gasifier, a solar heat collector, a bicycle-power generator, and other energy-saving equipment; make your own transportation fuels, including ethanol, wood gas methanol, and biodiesel; convert kitchen compost into renewable natural gas; and more. Whether you want to live completely off the grid or just save money on fuel bills, this guide will give you the knowledge and skills you need.

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-016-4; No. 622016 Two-color; illustrations throughout 288 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

“Written in the information-rich style of a manual, the book is full of practical tips. Harrison’s wisdom is delivered in a tone of pioneer optimism.”

The Outdoor Shower Ethan Fierro

Fierro captures the spirit and romance of outdoor showers in dramatic full-color photography. Design and material elements for each shower as well as basic plumbing, structural requirements, and suggested building materials are covered. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-552-4; No. 67552 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Hot Tubs, Saunas, & Steam Baths

What Color Is Your Swimming Pool?

Bring that pampering spa environment into the home. Full-color photographs show the range of designs available for both indoor and outdoor settings, while Sanderfoot addresses installation and environmental issues.

Keep every pool sparkling and beautiful with Sanderfoot’s pool maintenance classic. Along with information on all the latest pool technology, this second edition features expanded coverage of hot tubs and spas.

▶S  election of HomeStyle

▶ 129,000 copies in print

Alan E. Sanderfoot

ISBN 978-1-58017-549-4; No. 67549 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

New York Times

Alan E. Sanderfoot

Book Club Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

— Steven Kurutz,

Just In Case Kathy Harrison

BEST SELLER!

When the power fails, well-prepared families settle in, stay warm, and eat well. Kathy Harrison guides readers through the empowering process of setting up a sensible home system that takes over when outside services are interrupted. This essential family-preparedness reference explains how to pack an evacuation kit, evaluate food supplies, develop a communication system, and use alternative heating sources.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club

ISBN 978-1-58017-309-4; No. 67309

▶ 58,000 copies in print

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-035-8; No. 62035

240 pages; 7¼ × 9⁄/•

208 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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Unclutter Your Mind Donna Smallin

The Naturally Clean Home Karyn Siegel-Maier

BEST SELLER!

Avoid the expense of commercial green cleaners and the harsh chemicals of traditional cleaning products. Here are 150 all-natural recipes that put natural disinfectants and deodorizers — vinegar, lemon juice, baking soda, borax, and essential oils — to work in the home. ▶ Selection of Crossings, Black Expressions, Crafter’s Choice,

These simple strategies for sweeping out psychological and emotional clutter will inspire readers to decide what matters most and stay focused on their goals. ▶S  election of Book-of-theMonth and Literary Guild Book Clubs

Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club, Doubleday Book Club,

▶ 56,000 copies in print

HomeStyle, The Good Cook, One Spirit, and BOMC2 Book Clubs

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

▶ 85,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-636-1; No. 67636

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-085-3; No. 62085

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

288 pages; 5 × 7

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-120-1

224 pages; 5 × 7

No. 62120

Cleaning Plain & Simple Donna Smallin Donna Smallin’s workable approach to cleaning appeals to neatniks and clutterbugs alike. Hundreds of tips and methods to achieve and maintain a clean, inviting home encourage readers to get started right away. ▶ Selection of HomeStyle, Literary Guild, Doubleday, and One Spirit Book Clubs ▶ 100,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-607-1; No. 67607

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-743-6; No. 67743

320 pages; 7¼ × 9⁄/•

The One-Minute Cleaner Plain & Simple Donna Smallin This is the perfect handbook for busy people who want to keep their homes clean and clutter free. ▶ Selection of BOMC and Literary Guild Book Club ▶ 40,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-659-0; No. 67659 Two-color; illustrations throughout 288 pages; 5 × 7 8-copy counter display $87.60 US / $103.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-726-9; No. 67726

Organizing Plain & Simple Donna Smallin Gain control over everyday disorder and be better prepared for life’s big events with this gentle guide, which covers everything from alphabetizing CDs to combining two households to planning meals. Donna Smallin uses a personalized, nonjudgmental approach to explain how to assess different situations and suggest where to start organizing. Sidebars, quizzes, lists, and time-saving tips make this a great book for browsing. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice, HomeStyle, One Spirit, and the Literary Guild Book Clubs ▶ 155,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-448-0; No. 67448

320 pages; 7¼ × 9⁄/•

The One-Minute Organizer Plain & Simple

The One-Minute Organizer A to Z Storage Solutions Donna Smallin ▶ Selection of Crossings, Black

Donna Smallin

Expressions, Children’s Book-

The best-selling author of Organizing Plain & Simple offers quick and easy solutions guaranteed to bring instant clutter relief to anyone willing to find a minute to get started. Five hundred simple and painless quick fixes help reduce life’s chaos and add control, order, and tranquillity.

Book Club, Crafter’s Choice,

of-the-Month Club, Doubleday HomeStyle, The Good Cook, One Spirit, and BOMC2 Book Clubs Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-084-6; No. 62084

▶ Selection of Book-of-the-Month and Literary Guild Book Clubs

Two-color; illustrations throughout

▶ 365,000 copies in print

288 pages; 5 × 7

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-584-5; No. 67584

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-808-2

ISBN 978-1-60342-113-3; No. 62113

288 pages; 5 × 7

No. 67808

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Unclutter Your Home Donna Smallin

Keep your home clutter-free forever with hundreds of practical ideas for sorting, evaluating, and getting rid of all those material items that get in the way of a simplified lifestyle. ▶ Selection of the Doubleday Book Club ▶ 121,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-108-3; No. 67108 Two-color; illustrations throughout 192 pages; 4½ × 8


house & home

Feng Shui Tips for a Better Life

Feng Shui Dos & Taboos

Dorm Room Feng Shui

Organized by life concerns rather than by room design, here are more than 200 tips for applying feng shui principles to health, romance, career, wealth, and more.

In a fun, A-to-Z format, Angi Ma Wong offers more than 350 feng shui practices, principles, and tips. Wong has been featured in Time magazine and on Live! With Regis and Kelly, CBS Sunday Morning, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.

“High school students dreading the cellblock dorm room should pick up this colorful read.” — Boston Herald

David Daniel Kennedy

▶ 72,000 copies in print Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-038-3; No. 67038

Angi Ma Wong

Katherine Olaksen with Elizabeth MacCrellish & Margaret M. Donahue

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-592-0; No. 67592

Two-color

▶ 353,000 copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout

176 pages; 4½ × 8

Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN

144 pages; 5‹/¢ × 8

ISBN 978-1-58017-308-7; No. 67308 Two-color 416 pages; 4¼ × 4¼

8-copy counter display

Live More, Want Less Mary Carlomagno

Need to get your life in order? Simplicity expert Mary Carlomagno shows you how to strip away the nonessentials, making room for serenity, change, creativity, and even enlightenment. This week-at-a-time road map shows readers how to live a life free of chaos and clutter — physical, mental, and emotional — and inspire them to shed both the unnecessary things that clutter up the day and the mindsets that limit their lives. Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-790-0

8-copy counter display ISBN 978-1-60342-558-2; No. 62558 $103.60 US / $127.60 CAN Two-color; illustrations throughout ISBN 978-1-60342-750-0

No. 67790

192 pages; 5½ × 8‹/¢

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

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No. 62750

“A delight for the nature lover.” — Library Journal

The Woman’s Hands-On Home Repair Guide Lyn Herrick

Fix it yourself and save money in the process with this essential handbook written by a woman for women. Herrick offers basic home repair rules in an upbeat, no-nonsense style, with stepby-step instructions for fixing and renovating things that go wrong around the house. ▶ 66,000 copies in print Paper: $17.95 US / $21.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-973-1; No. 66973 Two-color; illustrations throughout 208 pages; 8 × 8

Wabi Sabi

Shell Chic

Wabi sabi celebrates nature’s simplicity and the beauty of imperfection. Diane Durston offers a collection of simple yet profound insights and reflections for discovering the essence of wabi sabi — presented in an irresistible, hold-in-the-hand package.

Bring the beauty of shells into your own home. Gorgeous photography, design ideas, and practical instructions make this craft book beautiful, stunning, and inspiring.

Diane Durston

▶ 37,000 copies in print Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-628-6; No. 67628 Two-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 384 pages; 4¼ × 4¼ 8-copy counter display $71.60 US / $87.60 CAN

Marlene Hurley Marshall Photography by Sabine Vollmer von Falken

Woodland Style

Marlene Hurley Marshall Photography by Sabine Vollmer von Falken

ISBN 978-1-58017-440-4; No. 67440

From a lakeside cabin to an urban brownstone, any house can be beautified with decorative pieces crafted from found bits of the woodland landscape, such as pine cones, bark, twigs, and river rocks. Artist and author Marlene Hurley Marshall explains how to use responsibly collected materials to create stylish wreaths, frames, furniture, collages, birdhouses, garden pots, and much more. Features luscious photography by Sabine Vollmer von Falken.

Full-color; photographs and

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

illustrations throughout

Paper with flaps:

Full-color; photographs and

$24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-552-0; No. 62552

160 pages; 9½ × 11½

▶S  election of HomeStyle Book Club Hardcover with jacket: $35.00 US / $41.95 CAN

160 pages; 9½ × 11½

ISBN 978-1-58017-755-9; No. 67755

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“If you are looking for a book to get you up and brewing fast, Brewing Made Easy is for you.” — z ymurgy

BEST

SELLER! The Homebrewer’s Garden

Joe Fisher & Dennis Fisher

Brewing Made Easy, 2nd Edition Joe Fisher & Dennis Fisher

This foolproof beginner’s guide to brewing great beer at home includes everything you need to know to make your very first batch. Authors Joe and Dennis Fisher strip away the mysteries and ensure success with simple, step-by-step instructions, and they offer 25 great recipes for a variety of beer styles. This revised edition covers the latest techniques and equipment, as well as new varieties of hops and other ingredients. Paper : $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-138-3; No. 622138

104 pages; 6½ × 7½

Learn how to greatly enhance the flavor, aroma, and uniqueness of your homebrew by growing your own hops, brewing herbs, and malt grains. ▶ 49,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-010-9; No. 67010 Illustrations throughout

Homebrew Favorites Karl F. Lutzen & Mark Stevens

Create new and unusual homebrew favorites with more than 240 beer and ale recipes contributed by brewing suppliers, homebrew clubs, and artisans across North America. ▶ 86,000 copies in print

More Homebrew Favorites Karl F. Lutzen & Mark Stevens

With 240 more recipes culled from the collections of brewing suppliers, homebrew clubs, and homebrewers across the United States, this is a homebrewer's heaven. Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-968-7; No. 66968

ISBN 978-0-88266-613-6; No. 66613

320 pages; 6 × 9

256 pages; 6 × 9

192 pages; 6 × 9

“A natural marriage — gardening and homebrewing.” — Craig Bystrynski, Editor of Brew Your Own magazine

“An exceptional collection and a comprehensive resource for both kitchen and bar.” — Library Journal

Homemade Root Beer, Soda & Pop

The Secret Life of Beer!

Make delicious old favorites, such as Root Beer, Birch Beer, and Ginger Beer, then branch out to make newer fizzy creations, such as Raspberry Shrub, Coffee Whizzer, and Fruit Smoothies.

Untold stories, lore, and references to beer in poetry, song, literature, and history will fascinate readers and provide a steady source of beer trivia.

Stephen Cresswell

Homemade Soda Andrew Schloss

Making soda at home is easy and inexpensive. Using a few simple techniques, anyone can make a spectacular variety of beverages, including Pomegranate Punch, Chai Fizz, Honey Cardamom Fizzy Water, Lightly Salty Caramel Seltzer, Sangria Shrub, Maraschino Ginger Ale, and Berry Vinegar Cordial. Some recipes show readers how to re-create the flavors of favorite commercial soft drinks, and others show how to use homemade soda in decadent desserts and adult cocktails. ▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-796-8; No. 62796

illustrations throughout 336 pages; 7 × 9¼

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▶ 52,000 copies in print

Alan D. Eames

▶ 76,000 copies in print

Brew Ware

Karl F. Lutzen & Mark Stevens Having the proper equipment takes the hassle out of homebrewing. Here are all the best tools, from home-size versions of commercial brewery equipment to simple gadgets that make homebrewing easier and safer.

Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN

▶ 45,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-601-9; No. 67601

ISBN 978-1-58017-052-9; No. 67052

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; 128 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

384 pages; 4¼ × 4¼

“This book gets an A+! A good variety of oldfashioned recipes.” — American Herb Association

8-copy counter display $71.60 US / $87.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-794-8; No. 67794

ISBN 978-0-88266-926-7; No. 66926 Illustrations throughout 272 pages; 6 × 9


food & drink “Brew Like a Pro is an intelligible and articulate resource for properly executing a home brewery built to brew and dispense the best craft beer you can.”

Dave Miller’s Homebrewing Guide

— James Ottolini, Head of Brewing Operations, The Saint Louis Brewery Inc.

Dave Miller

This comprehensive overview guides homebrewers step by step through the best techniques for the entire brewing process. Clear enough for the novice but thorough enough to earn a home in the libraries of brewmasters, this is the essential volume on brewing great-tasting beer at home. ▶ 93,000 copies in print

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Brew Like a Pro dave miller

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-905-2; No. 66905 Illustrations throughout 368 pages; 6 × 9

Are you ready to take your homebrewing to the next level? In Brew Like a Pro, the legendary Dave Miller reveals the secrets of truly great draft- and pub-style brewing. He offers recipes for small batches of classic, all-grain brews that stay fresh in kegs for months, eliminating the need for bottling. And he includes complete plans for a professional-quality home system that requires just 18 square feet of space. With this clear, concise how-to guide in hand, you’ll soon be enjoying the best brews you’ve ever made!

Paper : $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-050-8; No. 622050 Two-color; illustrations throughout 272 pages; 6½ × 9

The Homebrewer’s Answer Book Ashton Lewis

Tasting Beer

Master brewer Ashton Lewis answers all the questions that arise at every step of the homebrewing process, from choosing equipment and ingredients to achieving the perfect foam. In a friendly Q & A format, Lewis guides readers through the process of turning malt, hops, yeast, and water into beer. Flexibind: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-675-0; No. 67675 Two-color; illustrations throughout 432 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

Randy Mosher

BEST SELLER!

The first comprehensive book on tasting, appreciating, and understanding craft beers, Tasting Beer discusses the ingredients and brewing methods that make each brew unique and explains how to identify the scents, colors, flavors, and mouthfeel of all the major beer styles. Proper serving and storage conditions, classic food and beer pairings, and recommended brews in each of more than 50 worldwide beer styles encourage readers to expand their beer horizons. 10-copy counter mixed display (5 Homebrewer’s Answer, 5 Winemaker’s Answer) $149.50 US / $179.50 CAN

▶ 83,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

5-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-089-1; No. 62089

illustrations throughout

$84.75 US / $99.75 CAN

256 pages; 7 × 9¼

ISBN 978-1-60342-945-0

ISBN 978-1-58017-722-1

No. 62945

No. 67722

CloneBrews, 2nd Edition

BEST SELLER!

Tess Szamatulski & Mark Szamatulski

Brew Chem 101 Lee W. Janson, PhD

North American CloneBrews

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Scott R. Russell

ISBN 978-0-88266-940-3; No. 66940 128 pages; 6 × 9

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-246-2; No. 67246 Two-color 176 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

Magic Hat #9. Ithaca Brown Ale. Moose Drool. Samuel Adams Boston Ale. Learn how to make clones of these and 196 other popular commercial beers! Revised, updated, and expanded, this second edition of CloneBrews contains 50 brand-new recipes, fully updated mashing guidelines, and a Food Pairing feature that recommends the best foods for every beer. ▶ 97,000 copies in print

“A great gift for the home brewer. 150 wellcrafted and tested recipes produce good approximations of world famous beers.” — Star-Ledger

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-539-1; No. 62539 Two-color 440 pages; 7 × 9

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“Now hobby winemakers have the know-how and plans to build great homemade equipment to make great homemade wine.” — Brad Ring,

Winemaker magazine

Homebuilt Winery Steve Hughes

In The Homebuilt Winery, Steve Hughes offers home winemakers all the know-how they need to set up a home winery and build all the basic equipment for just a fraction of the cost of storebought. The book includes building plans and step-by-step instructions for more than 30 winemaking essentials — including a crusher, a de-stemmer, presses, pumps, and a bottle filler. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-60342-990-0; No. 62990

throughout 208 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

“Cox has a lively prose style that keeps this guide for grape growers and home vintners from ever becoming dull or pompous.” — T he San Francisco Examiner

The Winemaker’s Answer Book

Coffee Time

Alison Crowe

Patrick Merrell & Helene Hovanec

This handy little Q & A book answers the questions and solves the problems that keep home winemakers awake, worrying about whether their wine will be drinkable. From choosing grapes to sanitizing bottles, this reassuring reference explains the entire process and offers proven solutions for fixing problems.

Coffee Time is a challenging collection of crossword puzzles, word searches, graphic mazes, and sudoku. Quirky trivia, fun factoids, and caffeinated quotations engage puzzlers between challenges. For the latteobsessed, the coffee-crazed, and the espresso-addicted, here is the perfect little gift.

Flexibind: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-656-9; No. 67656 Two-color; illustrations throughout 384 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

Cellaring Wine Jeff Cox

You can create your own backyard winery! From Vines to Wines covers every step of the grape-growing and wine-making process right through to savoring the delicious finished product. This fourth edition features an updated resource list and a foreword by Tim Mondavi of Mondavi Vineyards.

This complete sourcebook for enjoying perfectly matured wine even includes building instructions for various types of storage. Jeff Cox provides a system for selecting wines that will age well, laying them down properly, and knowing when the wines are at their peak and perfect for drinking.

▶ 180,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

From Vines to Wines Jeff Cox

BEST SELLER!

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-474-9; No. 67474

ISBN 978-1-58017-105-2; No. 67105

256 pages; 6 × 9

Two-color; illustrations throughout 272 pages; 6 × 9

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Cordials from Your Kitchen Pattie Vargas & Rich Gulling

Create delicious, elegant liqueurs for entertaining or gift giving. Includes more than 100 easy cordial recipes. ▶ 48,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-986-1; No. 66986 Two-color 176 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

▶ 44,000 copies in print Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-683-5; No. 67683 Two-color; illustrations throughout 320 pages; 4¼ × 4¼

The Home Winemaker’s Companion Gene Spaziani & Ed Halloran

Here are 115 delectable wine recipes to guide you through everything from making your first wine from a kit to mastering advanced techniques for making wine from grapes. ▶ 43,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Making Wild Wines & Meads Pattie Vargas & Rich Gulling

Use herbs, fruits, and flowers to make 125 unique recipes. There’s no end to the greattasting wines you can make using ingredients (but not grapes!) from your farmers' market, your supermarket, or even your own backyard. ▶ 42,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-209-7; No. 67209

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color

ISBN 978-1-58017-182-3; No. 67182

272 pages; 8 × 8

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D i sh i ng U p ® S er i es • 1 2 5 , 0 0 0 i n pr i nt ! “Recipes that emphasize our local bounty, and the culinary stars who put it to good use” — S eattle magazine

Dishing Up® Maine

Dishing Up® Vermont

Dishing Up® Maryland

With recipes from Maine’s most exciting chefs, this is the ultimate food-lover’s guide to Down East cooking.

Savor the taste of Vermont with 145 delicious recipes from chefs, B&B owners, and farmers across the state.

▶S  election of The Good Cook

▶S  election of The Good Cook

Now anyone, anywhere, can enjoy the taste of Maryland’s cuisine with 150 delicious recipes, some contributed by the state’s most celebrated chefs.

Brooke Dojny

Book Club

Tracey Medeiros

Book Club

Lucie L. Snodgrass

▶ 38,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-025-9; No. 62025

ISBN 978-1-60342-527-8; No. 62527

ISBN 978-1-58017-841-9; No. 67841

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

288 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

illustrations throughout

288 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

288 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

Dishing Up® Washington Jess thomson

These 150 delectable recipes celebrate the unique flavors of the Evergreen State, from Pacific salmon and Dungeness crab to wild mushrooms, cherries, apples, saffron, and much more. Try Grilled Spot Prawns with Curried Caramel Dipping Sauce, Fall Sausage Minestrone with Mushrooms and Squash, Picnic’s Kale Salad, The Second Best Cuban Sandwich, Winter Market Comfort Casserole, Tatanka-Style Bison Tacos, Creamy Razor-Clam Linguine, Roasted Sockeye with Warm Orange and Olive Salad, Pear Crostata, and Dark Chocolate Cake with Figs, Fennel, and Pistachios. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-028-7; No. 622028

$159.60 US / $191.60 CAN

8-copy counter display

8-copy counter display

$159.60 US / $191.60 CAN

$159.60 US / $191.60 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-161-1;

$159.60 US / $191.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-554-4; No. 62554

ISBN 978-1-60342-048-8; No. 62048

illustrations throughout

No. 622161

288 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

ISBN 978-1-58017-758-0; No. 67758

Lobster!

Brooke Dojny Nothing evokes the luxuriously briny air of summers spent along the shore like lobster. Prized for its delicate flavor and satisfying, meaty texture, lobster is also a surprisingly affordable luxury. Now, with Brooke Dojny’s Lobster!, everyone can enjoy America’s favorite seafood in the comfort of the home kitchen — and discover a wealth of new ways to serve it. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club Hardcover with jacket: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-962-7; No. 62962 Full-color; photographs throughout 144 pages; 6½ × 8

6-copy counter display

Dishing Up® Oregon

$89.70 US / $107.70 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-092-8; No. 622092

Ashley Gartland

“The next best thing to a summer by the sea.” — Yankee Magazine

The New England Clam Shack Cookbook Brooke Dojny

Taste the pride of New England with traditional coastal fare from 25 clam shacks, lobster pounds, and chowder houses. Dozens of mouth-watering recipes include lobster rolls, fried clams, savory chowders and soups, and more. The second edition is fully updated with great new eateries. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 87,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-026-6; No. 62026

illustrations throughout

This collection of 145 recipes, many of them contributed by Oregon’s own chefs, farmers, and innkeepers, celebrates the diversity of Oregon’s cuisine. Mouthwatering dishes include Grilled Oregonzola Figs, Flank Steak with Sorrel Salsa Verde, Duck Confit and Butternut Squash Risotto, and Blackberry Bread Pudding. Gorgeous photography of farms, inns, vineyards, and more brings Oregon’s foodand-drink scene to life. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-566-7; No. 62566 Full-color; photographs throughout 288 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼ 8-copy counter display $159.60 US / $191.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-035-5; No. 622035

256 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

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“There’s a pickle for every palate in this enticing collection of recipes . . . this book will inspire and enlighten” —M  olly Stevens,  author of All

About Roasting

The Pickled Pantry Andrea Chesman

The Pickled Pantry is a fresh, contemporary guide to pickling. The book provides a whopping 150 recipes for putting up everything from apples to zucchini, plus 36 recipes for cooking with pickled foods. There are techniques for making fermented pickles, salsas, relishes, and chutneys; freezer and refrigerator options; and recipes that feature pickles front and center. There are instructions for single jars and small batches, as well as ways to preserve a bumper crop of produce. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-562-9;

304 pages; 8 × 9

Recipes from the Root Cellar Andrea Chesman

Sweet winter squashes, hardy greens, jewel-toned root vegetables, and potatoes of every kind make local eating easy and delicious in autumn and winter. This collection of more than 250 recipes brings local produce to the winter table. Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-545-2; No. 62545 Two-color; illustrations throughout 400 pages; 8 × 9

No. 62562

Serving Up the Harvest

Andrea Chesman

“A dynamic addition to any cook’s library . . . it’s particularly helpful that chapters, organized by vegetable, progress seasonally along with harvest times.” — Los Angeles Daily News Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-663-7; No. 67663 Two-color; illustrations throughout 512 pages; 8 × 9

The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest

Carol W. Costenbader This classic primer on drying, freezing, canning, and pickling includes more than 150 simple recipes. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 170,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-458-9; No. 67458 Two-color; illustrations throughout 352 pages; 8 × 9

4-copy counter display

5-copy counter display

$75.80 US / $91.80 CAN

$94.75 US / $114.75 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-510-0; No. 62510

ISBN 978-1-58017-923-2; No. 67923

Making & Using Dried Foods

Woodstove Cookery

“You’ll learn how to have the ultimate local food long after the harvest.” — Bust Magazine

Keeping the Harvest

The Beginner’s Guide to Preserving Food at Home

Nancy Chioffi & Gretchen Mead BEST SELLER!

Janet Chadwick

Discover the best and quickest methods for preserving every common vegetable and fruit, arranged in a friendly food-byfood format. Readers will find freezing, drying, canning, brining, and storage instructions thorough enough to encourage complete beginners. Projects range from quickly freezing a few bags of bell pepper slices to oven-drying tomatoes and canning a delicious batch of peach jam. ▶ 136,000 copies in print

Enjoy your harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables all year long with these simple yet satisfying home-preserving techniques. ▶ 216,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-650-1; No. 66650 Illustrations throughout 208 pages; 8½ × 11

Phyllis Hobson

Dry and store fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, and herbs with simple, step-bystep instructions. Includes dozens of recipes and plans for building a food dryer.

Jane Cooper

With advice on every aspect of woodstoves — from buying to cleaning to cooking on and in — this book will show you how to get more use out of your family-room or country-cabin woodstove.

▶ 63,000 copies in print

▶ 95,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-615-0; No. 66615

ISBN 978-0-88266-108-7; No. 66108

192 pages; 6 × 9

Illustrations throughout 208 pages; 6 × 9

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-145-4; No. 62145

240 pages; 7 × 9

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“What a delicious way to eat locally even when the snow is falling.” — Deborah Madison, author of Local

“This book will inspire you to look at your surroundings in a new way (and to create pantry items your friends will envy)!”

Flavors: Cooking and Eating from America's Farmers' Markets

— T  racey Ryder, cofounder,

Put ’em Up!

Sherri Brooks Vinton

Edible Communities

BEST SELLER!

With simple instructions and delicious recipes, Put ’em Up! will have the most timid beginners preserving food in no time. Vinton covers everything: refrigerating, freezing, air- and ovendrying, cold- and hot-pack canning, and pickling. Recipes range from the fresh and daring — Wasabi Beans, Cherry and Black Pepper Preserves, Pickled Fennel — to the best versions of old favorites, including applesauce, dried tomatoes, salsa, bread and butter pickles, strawberry jam, and more. ▶S  election of Crafter’s Choice, The Good Cook, and One Spirit Book Clubs ▶ 78,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-546-9; No. 62546 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 304 pages; 7‹/• × 9⁄/•

Fish Grilled & Smoked john manikowski

A tasty collection for fishing enthusiasts, home cooks, and campers, here are 150 recipes for grilled and smoked fresh and saltwater fish. Don’t know how to smoke a fish? Building plans for three smoker models are included! Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-502-9; No. 67502 Two-color; illustrations throughout 264 pages; 7 × 9

> See Sherri's new book pg 6 6-copy counter display $119.70 US / $149.70 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-936-8; No. 62936

BEST SELLER!

A Guide to Canning, Freezing, Curing & Smoking Meat, Fish & Game Wilbur F. Eastman Jr.

This no-nonsense guide is an excellent resource for storing meat. Includes dozens of recipes for bacon, corned beef, jerky, pepperoni, and other preserved meats. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 182,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-457-2; No. 67457 Illustrations throughout 240 pages; 6 × 9

Preserving Wild Foods

matthew weingarten & raquel pelzel Salted sardines with coriander and thyme. Crab apple mostarda. Instant samphire pickles. Speckled tea eggs with star anise and ginger. Pickled chanterelle mushrooms. Blueberry-maple spoon fruit. These and dozens of other inspired recipes from chef Matthew Weingarten show you how to preserve — by curing, canning, smoking, and pickling — a wide range of wild ingredients foraged from the sea, fields, forests, and fresh water. Clear instructions make small-batch preserving techniques easy to learn, from smoking fish to putting up jam, pickling vegetables, and curing meat. Whether you forage in the wild or at the farmers’ market, you’ll delight in making and enjoying these unique preserves.

Home Sausage Making

BEST SELLER!

Susan Mahnke Peery & Charles G. Reavis The classic volume in the field now features 100 recipes for sausages (cased and uncased) and 50 recipes for cooking with sausage. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 215,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-471-8; No. 67471 Illustrations throughout

Paper with flaps: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-727-2; No. 62727 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 256 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

“The most complete book on the subject you are likely to find.” —B  ackwoods Home Magazine

Root Cellaring

Mike & Nancy Bubel

BEST SELLER!

Use the earth’s naturally cool, stable temperature as an energysaving way to store nearly 100 varieties of perishable fruits and vegetables all year long. The authors include specific storage requirements for each crop and building instructions for big and small root cellars. ▶ 160,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-0-88266-703-4;

throughout

No. 66703

320 pages; 6 × 9

288 pages; 7 × 9 6-copy counter display $101.70 US / $119.70 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-904-1; No. 67904

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The Home Creamery Kathy Farrell-Kingsley

Home Cheese Making Ricki Carroll

BEST SELLER!

From purchasing or constructing the right equipment to preparing a starter culture and using rennet properly, here is all the information the home cheese maker needs to produce small batches of wonderful, artisanal-style cheeses. ▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 327,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

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ISBN 978-1-58017-464-0; No. 67464

$101.70 US / $119.70 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-903-4

288 pages; 7 × 9

No. 67903

Step-by-step instructions guide readers through recipes for more than a dozen fresh and cultured dairy products and 75 cooking and baking recipes showcasing homemade dairy items.

Tomato: A Freshfrom-the-Vine Cookbook Lawrence Davis-Hollander

For tomato lovers of all stripes, here are 150 recipes that celebrate glorious summer tomatoes.

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-031-0; No. 62031

ISBN 978-1-60342-478-3; No. 62478

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Two-color with 16-page color insert;

220 pages; 7 × 9

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288 pages; 8 × 9⁄/•

$101.70 US / $119.70 CAN

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ISBN 978-1-60342-066-2 No. 62066

$84.75 US / $99.75 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-509-4 No. 62509

Bread Making

Lauren Chattman Even beginners can successfully bake their own bread with this in-depth course in core bread-making techniques. From choosing flour to measuring, kneading, proofing, shaping, storing, and slicing, here is everything you need to know to make artisanal loaves of every style.

The Baking Answer Book

Lauren Chattman Answers to more than 750 questions about ingredients, ovens and equipment, the science behind baking, and the unique properties of every kind of baked good. Includes solutions, foolproof substitutions, and 26 recipes. Flexibind with paper spine:

Picnic

DeeDee Stovel Meals always taste better outdoors! Take advantage of occasions to picnic with more than 125 recipes for dishes that pack and travel well and taste great when fresh air is added. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 150,000 copies in print

500 Treasured Country Recipes

Martha Storey & Friends This heirloom cookbook features more than 500 simple recipes with old-fashioned heart. These are the family favorites that never go out of style — from classic breadand-butter pickles to handchurned ice cream. ▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club

The Classic Zucchini Cookbook Nancy C. Ralston, Marynor Jordan, & Andrea Chesman

Savor the flavor and enjoy the health benefits of zucchini and squash with 225 recipes. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 500,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-453-4; No. 67453 Two-color; illustrations throughout 320 pages; 8 × 8½ 5-copy counter display $84.75 US / $99.75 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-921-8 No. 67921

250 Treasured Country Desserts Andrea Chesman & Fran Raboff

Here are 250 recipes perfect for special occasions and everyday celebrations — the cookies to bake for afterschool snacks, the ice creams for summer weekends, and the pies that celebrate fall’s sweetest fruit. ▶S  election of The Good Cook

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ISBN 978-1-60342-791-3; No. 62791

ISBN 978-1-60342-439-4; No. 62439

ISBN 978-1-58017-377-3; No. 67377

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Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

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Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

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384 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

192 pages; 8 × 8

ISBN 978-1-58017-291-2; No. 67291

ISBN 978-1-60342-152-2; No. 62152

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Two-color; illustrations throughout

$79.60 US / $95.60 CAN

544 pages; 8 × 9⁄/•

416 pages; 8 × 9⁄/•

296 pages; 7 × 9

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Maple Sugar Tim Herd

A perfect gift for maple lovers! Readers will savor the surprising history of maple sugaring, learn to identify the various kinds of maple trees, discover how to tap trees and make syrup, and indulge themselves with tempting recipes for treats like maple nut bread, maple eggnog, baked beans, maple nutmeg butternut squash, maple-glazed salmon, and pecan pie. What could be sweeter? Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-735-7; No. 62735 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 6½ × 7½ 8-copy counter display

“Chock-full of sensible and delicious ways to put fresh eggs to good use.” — Danny Meyer, coauthor of

The Union Square Cafe Cookbook

The Fresh Egg Cookbook

$103.60 US / $127.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-954-2; No. 62954

Jennifer Trainer Thompson

Maple Syrup Cookbook

Fresh-from-the-chicken eggs are increasingly available, and Jennifer Trainer Thompson has 101 delicious recipes to help you make the most of them. She includes a wealth of old favorites with new twists, from the perfect soft-boiled egg to French toast, omelets, and huevos rancheros. But she also shows how fresh eggs shine in classic dishes like Caesar salad, spaghetti carbonara, eggnog, and deviled eggs. And she offers innovative recipes for every meal, from smoothies and appetizers to casseroles and stews.

Ken Haedrich

Maple syrup isn’t just for breakfast anymore. Ken Haedrich offers recipes both sweet and savory that feature maple syrup and its wonderful earthy, tangy qualities. ▶ 109,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-404-6; No. 67404

144 pages; 8 × 8

“Blissfully simple, every recipe begs to be made. This is American cooking at its best — original, unpretentious, truly appealing.” — Sally Koslow, McCall’s

BEST SELLER!

▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club 8-copy counter display $87.60 US / $103.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-933-1; No. 67933

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs

ISBN 978-1-60342-978-8

throughout

No. 62978

192 pages; 7 × 9

BEST SELLER!

Peaches and Other Juicy Fruits olwen woodier

Peaches, plums, nectarines, and apricots take center stage in 150 sweet and savory recipes, from crisps and pies to innovative pairings with roast chicken, pork tenderloin, and grilled salmon. Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Pumpkin, A Super Food for All 12 Months of the Year DeeDee Stovel

“DeeDee Stovel will entice you with all manner of recipes using fresh and canned pumpkin.”  — San Jose Mercury News ▶ 37,000 copies in print

Apple Cookbook Olwen Woodier

More than 140 recipes feature apples in beverages, breakfasts, appetizers, soups, salads, side dishes, entrées, and desserts. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 182,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-389-6; No. 67389

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-594-4; No. 67594

Two-color; illustrations throughout

192 pages; 8 × 8

Two-color; illustrations throughout

192 pages; 8 × 8

ISBN 978-1-58017-499-2; No. 67499

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224 pages; 8 × 8½

8-copy counter display

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

8-copy counter display

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-831-0; No. 67831

$103.60 US / $127.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-397-1; No. 67397

ISBN 978-1-58017-768-9; No. 67768

Cider

Annie proulx & lew nichols Cider making is easy and fun, and this book guides cider makers through every step, from choosing and planting the best apple varieties to building an apple press, making different kinds of sweet and hard ciders (including blended and sparkling varieties), and cooking with cider as an ingredient. ▶ 100,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-520-3; No. 67520 Illustrations throughout 224 pages; 6 × 9

The Locavore Way Amy Cotler

This essential guide to buying and enjoying local food helps readers shop effectively, prepare their purchases, and support sustainable food production. Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-453-0; No. 62453 Two-color; illustrations throughout 256 pages; 6 × 8

“Knowledgeable and unpretentious . . . a wonderful guide to a better way of eating.” — Barbara Wheaton, author of Savoring

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food & drink “A great cookbook!” — McClatchy Newspapers

The Healthy College Cookbook Alexandra Nimetz, Jason Stanley & Emeline Starr with Rachel Holcomb

The College Cookbook

BEST SELLER!

Every busy student who has ever wondered how to boil an egg will find more than 300 tasty recipes for quickto-prepare meals; eat-on-the-go breakfasts; and easy-tomake soups, sandwiches, and salads. There are dozens of vegetarian and vegan options, and every recipe is as nutritious as it is delicious.

Geri Harrington Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-497-2; No. 66497 Illustrations throughout 160 pages; 8 × 7¼

▶ 173,000 copies in print

▶ 66,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-030-3; No. 62030

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-115-7

304 pages; 8 × 8

No. 62115

Fix, Freeze, Feast

Kati Neville & Lindsay Tkacsik

The Cleaner Plate Club

BEST SELLER!

Save time, work, money, and stress! Buy groceries in bulk, prepare easy dishes, package them in meal-size freezer bags, then stock the freezer with ready-to-defrost-andserve homemade meals. This is the winning system of Fix, Freeze, Feast, now available in a convenient paperback edition. Each of 125 delicious, healthful recipes includes simple directions for 1) dividing, preparing, and storing raw ingredients and 2) thawing and cooking the food. Includes a tempting variety of main courses, breakfast options, soups, sides, desserts, and snacks.

“Not so much a cookbook as a bulk-saving survival guide for harried cooks everywhere.” — Northern Virginia Magazine

▶ 49,000 copies in print

Beth Bader & Ali Benjamin

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-585-8; No. 62585 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 312 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

ISBN 978-1-60342-726-5; No. 62726 256 pages; 7 × 9

101 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies

Krystina Castella

Cakes are at the center of celebrations around the world. A lamington is a treat with tea in Australia. In Africa golden fritters bursting with sweet fruit are popular street snacks. Peach buns symbolize longevity in Taiwan. Fruitcakes, from Germany’s stollen to Italy’s panettone, are traditional Christmas fare. This delectable cookbook offers more than 150 irresistible recipes accompanied by mouthwatering photographs and fascinating historical and cultural facts. A must-have for anyone who loves making (or eating!) cake. ▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club

Gwen Steege

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-312-4; No. 67312 Two-color; photographs throughout 144 pages; 8 × 8

8-copy counter display

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$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

$24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-399-5

ISBN 978-1-60342-576-6; No. 62576

352 pages; 9 × 10‹/¢

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Are you weary of trying to get your children to eat anything other than macaroni and cheese? Bader and Benjamin offer easy recipes and expert advice to help parents get kids to eat unprocessed food and enjoy it! A must-have for any mom or dad, The Cleaner Plate Club is a recipe for healthier kids and happier families.

“This real-food manifesto gives parents plenty of ammo in the never-ending battle to get their kids to eat better.” — Publishers Weekly

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

A World of Cake

“A great resource for anyone with a sweet tooth and particularly, a penchant for cakes.” — Epicurious.com

From more than 55 colleges and universities across North America, here are 200 original recipes designed for the busy and (often) broke college student.

Everyone has a different idea of what makes a chocolate chip cookie truly perfect, but with 101 recipes, you are sure to find a favorite. ▶ 94,000 copies in print


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“A must-read for all chileheads!!!” — Adam Perry Lang, author of charred

& scruffed, BBQ 25, and serious Barbeque

Mom’s Best One-Dish Suppers Andrea Chesman

Here are recipes for 30 hearty soups and stews and 71 more classic suppers, all served up in one dish to make everyone happy — from the cook to the one who does the dishes!

Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends Maggie Oster

Herbal Vinegar Maggie Oster Make dozens of vinegars with recipes that feature various herbs, spices, vegetables, and flowers, then put them to flavorful use in more than 100 recipes for everything from appetizers to entrées.

▶ 87,000 copies in print

Use spice rubs and herb blends to flavor foods without adding fat or calories. Here are more than 100 recipes gathered from herb shops and herb farms across North America.

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

▶ 73,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-602-6; No. 67602

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-918-2; No. 66918

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

208 pages; 8 × 8

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-843-7; No. 66843

160 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

176 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 160,000 copies in print

BEST SELLER!

Hot Sauce!

Jennifer Trainer Thompson

Here are 32 recipes for making signature hot sauces — from the sweet/tart Pomegranate Narsharab to Muy Caliente Satan Sauce — and another 60 recipes featuring creative ideas for using homemade hot sauces (or commercial blends) in everything from barbeque to bouillabaisse. Hot Sauce! is the one book every fiery-food lover needs. There are even recipes for scorching cocktails! ▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-816-3; No. 62816

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-093-5

192 pages; 6½ × 8½

No. 622093

“These are great recipes to mix up your everyday routine and fun treats to share with others.” — Matthew Kenney, raw food chef

Mom’s Best Crowd-Pleasers Andrea Chesman

Cooking for a crowd doesn't have to be stressful! Organize a neighborhood picnic, perfect a few potluck dishes, or whip up last-minute cupcakes for a bake sale. It's all achievable and fun with Andrea Chesman's relaxed approach.

The Donut Book

Sally Levitt Steinberg This pop-culture tribute to ­every tasty facet of donutology is a sweet journey through the origins, recipes, lore, literature, mythology, and philosophy of America’s favorite coffee companion. ▶S  election of The Good Cook Book Club

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-629-3; No. 67629

ISBN 978-1-58017-548-7; No. 67548

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

208 pages; 8 × 8

illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display

192 pages; 8 × 8½

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-752-8; No. 67752

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-810-5; No. 67810

The Good-to-Go Cookbook

Kathleen Cannata Hanna Keep the entire family fed and satisfied with quick dinners for the most hectic evenings. Brown-bag specials, grab-and-go breakfasts, after-school snacks, and quick pick-me-ups round out Hanna’s can-do guide to feeding busy families. Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-076-1; No. 62076 Two-color; illustrations throughout 336 pages; 8 × 8½

Raw Energy

Stephanie Tourles

BEST SELLER!

Indulge in satisfying snacks that provide essential vitamins and minerals and boost energy levels without the sugar crashes that accompany packaged, processed snacks. The snacks in Raw Energy are chock-full of raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, oils, and natural sweeteners. All-raw ingredients are used in smoothies, trail mixes, chips and dips, parfaits, frozen treats, candies, and cookies that satisfy hunger and restore vital nutrients — perfect for raw-food enthusiasts and curious, health-conscious cooks alike. ▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club ▶ 45,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-467-7; No. 62467

272 pages; 6½ × 7½

8-copy counter display $135.60 US / $159.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-122-5; No. 62122

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Ghoulish Goodies

Candy Construction

Everyone loves Halloween! It's a holiday that is pure fun and an excuse to dress up and eat treats. Plates of Spiderweb Cookies, big bowls of Sticks and Stones Caramel Corn, or any of these 70 kid-friendly recipes are perfect contributions to school Halloween events, tailgating parties, neighborhood open houses, adult costume parties, and even afternoon play dates. It's difficult to imagine an autumn gathering that wouldn't be more fun with ghoulish goodies to share.

Build a candy fantasy! Make a brownie steam train with peppermint wheels or a golden cookie castle with a chocolate drawbridge. Storebought candy and cookies are the raw material for delightful creations that kids will love.

Sharon Bowers

Sharon Bowers

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

▶ 84,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-548-3; No. 62548 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-146-1; No. 62146

144 pages; 7 × 8

Full-color; photographs and

▶ 53,000 copies in print 8-copy counter display $119.60 US / $143.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-746-3 No. 62746

illustrations throughout 160 pages; 7 × 8

Cookie Craft

Valerie Peterson & Janice Fryer

“Wow. This book might even stop Martha Stewart in her tracks. The cookies are gorgeous and the level of detail is stunning.” — Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Beautifully decorated cookies are within the reach of every home baker! From rolling and baking to flooding and piping, here are all the tips and tricks that turn plain cookies into special-occasion treats. Also included are instructions for making stand-up cookies, tips on creating icing color palettes, advice on planning decorating parties, information on freezing and shipping, and everything else cookie crafters need. ▶ Selection of The Good Cook Book Club ▶ 53,000 copies in print

Herbal Teas

Chai

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Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Kathleen Brown Book Club

ISBN 978-1-58017-166-3; No. 67166

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-099-4; No. 67099

illustrations throughout 160 pages; 7½ × 7½

Hardcover: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

Two-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-694-1; No. 67694

168 pages; 7½ × 9

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Diana Rosen

160 pages; 7½ × 7½

Cookie Craft Christmas

Valerie Peterson & Janice Fryer Make every Christmas a cookie craft Christmas! The holidays offer just the right opportunity for cookie crafters to elevate their skills to show-stopping heights. Includes more than 60 new Christmas cookie designs, along with festive New Year’s cookies and lovely Hanukkah treats, that will challenge and delight every cookie decorator.

Taking Time for Tea

Country Tea Parties

▶S  election of HomeStyle

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Diana Rosen Book Club

Maggie Stuckey Club

Hardcover with jacket:

8-copy counter display

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▶ 48,000 copies in print

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-60342-440-0; No. 62440

ISBN 978-1-60342-501-8

ISBN 978-1-58017-245-5; No. 67245

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

No. 62501

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-935-9; No. 66935

80 pages; 7½ × 7½

Full-color; illustrations throughout

176 pages; 5½ × 6½

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Kari chapin

“Crafters and artists or those thinking about turning a hobby into a career will find sound, practical advice here.” — library journal

“A must have for any maker’s library.” — Faythe Levin, director and author of Handmade

Nation

The Handmade Marketplace

Grow Your Handmade Business

BEST SELLER!

Handmade is hip, creativity sells, and crafters can take advantage of marketing opportunities that didn’t exist a few years ago. For crafters who are more confident running a sewing machine than setting up a website, Chapin makes sense of the global marketplace for handmade items. Determine cost of goods and set retail prices; enter the world of craft fairs or rely on online sales — every consideration is covered in this must-have guide for motivated artisans. ▶ 89,000 copies in print

Applying her trademark “you-can-do-it” coaching style to the nuts and bolts of business planning, Kari Chapin covers all of the issues involved in turning a creative hobby into a successful business — from mapping out a business plan to expanding production and distribution, finding funding, and addressing legal matters. And Chapin has invited a cadre of other business-savvy creatives to share their advice on how to achieve the holy grail of a successful business: profitability. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-477-6; No. 62477

224 pages; 6½ × 7½

ISBN 978-1-60342-989-4; No. 62989

272 pages; 6½ × 7½

“This warm and friendly book is an ideal way to master new skills in a short time. It is a treasure for any beginning to intermediate knitter.”

“Leslie Ann provides not only the how-to, but the why and where as well! Cast On, Bind Off should be part of every knitter’s library.” — Judy Becker, author of Beyond Toes: Knitting Adventures with Judy’s Magic Cast-On

— Beth Brown-Reinsel, instructor, knitwear designer, and author of Knitting Ganseys

Circular Knitting Workshop Margaret Radcliffe

BEST SELLER!

Fair Isle, twined, helix, tubular, double knitting, and other classic circular knitting techniques are detailed in step-by-step photographic sequences. Radcliffe includes 35 demonstration projects so knitters can practice each technique on a mini-version of a sock, hat, bag, mitten, sweater, or vest before applying it to a larger project. She also shows how to convert any straight-needle pattern for use with circular needles. This is a complete course in one book, suitable even for beginners. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-999-3; No. 62999

320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

BEST SELLER!

Cast On, Bind Off Leslie Ann Bestor

This one-of-a-kind reference presents more than 50 ways to cast on and bind off, from the charming bobbles of the picot approach to the tidy, refined edges of the tubular method. Detailed instructions for each technique are combined with step-by-step photography so that nothing is left to chance. At-a-glance charts identify the right cast on or bind off for various types of knitting, as well as cast on/bind off pairs that work well together. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 40,000 copies in print Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and illustrations

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

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ISBN 978-1-60342-724-1; No. 62724

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“A labor of sheepy love and a stellar book.” — Knitty.com

Knit Socks!

Knit Scarves!

With these cozy, colorful sock patterns and simple instructions, even beginners can make great socks on the first try.

Nothing is simpler for a beginner than knitting a colorful, cozy scarf. And scarves just don't get any prettier or more fun than they are here, with 15 patterns and advice on everything from choosing the proper needles to trying dozens of alternative yarn choices.

Betsy Lee McCarthy

Hardcover with jacket: $35.00 US / $41.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-711-1; No. 62711 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 448 pages; 8¼ × 10

The Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook

BEST SELLER!

Deborah Robson & Carol Ekarius

This one-of-a-kind photographic encyclopedia features more than 200 animals and the fibers they produce. It covers almost every sheep breed in the world as well as goats, camelids, bison, horses, musk oxen, rabbits, and even dogs. Each entry includes photographs of the featured animal; samples of its raw fleece, its cleaned fleece, and yarn spun from the fleece; and samples of the yarn knit and woven. Readers will find detailed information about each animal and its fiber, including the fiber’s color, density, strength, and staple length and recommendations for processing and using it. This is the essential reference no fiber lover can be without.

▶ 79,000 copies in print Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-549-0; No. 62549 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout

candi Jensen

176 pages; 6 x 9

▶ 70,000 copies in print

Die-cut hardcover:

Die-cut hardcover:

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-537-1; No. 67537

ISBN 978-1-58017-577-7; No. 67577

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 7 × 9½

96 pages; 7 × 9½

S t e p h a n i e P e a r l- M c PH e e

“In signature PearlMcPhee style, Knitting Rules! manages to provide all the useful advice we serial knitters crave while allowing us to laugh at our obsession and relate to our fellow yarn lovers.” —V  ogue Knitting

Knitting Rules! This celebration of knitting offers simple instructions for making hats, socks, and scarves, side by side with tongue-incheek warnings, realities, and fantasies about knitting and the people who do it. Unraveling the mysteries of what it is that makes knitting click, the Yarn Harlot is at her hilarious best! ▶ 89,000 copies in print Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-834-1; No. 67834

$103.60 US / $127.60 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-759-7

224 pages; 6 × 8

No. 67759

At Knit’s End Pearl-McPhee knows that the real spirit of knitting lies somewhere between obsession and insanity! This hilarious book will have obsessive knitters everywhere laughing in relieved recognition. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 121,000 copies in print Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-589-0; No. 67589 320 pages; 4 × 6 8-copy counter display $79.60 US / $95.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-786-3; No. 67786

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Things I Learned from Knitting . . . whether I wanted to or not Age-old aphorisms are seen in fresh, funny ways when the best-selling Yarn Harlot examines their meaning from behind her knitting needles.

Stephanie PearlMcPhee Casts Off Pearl-McPhee’s witty commentary on the language, beliefs, etiquette, and cultural customs of the world of knitters will have readers in stitches. ▶ 51,000 copies in print

▶ 51,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-58017-658-3; No. 67658

$10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-062-4; No. 62062

224 pages; 6 × 8

Two-color; 160 pages; 4¼ × 6¼

8-copy counter display

8-copy counter display

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN

$87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-724-5; No. 67724

ISBN 978-1-60342-052-5; No. 62052


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Kristin Knits

Kristin Nicholas Nicholas applies her magical way with color to 27 stunning new patterns for hats, mittens, scarves, socks, and sweaters, using her distinctive palette to create knitted art. And believing that everyone can have fun with color, she encourages knitters to develop personally inspiring fiber palettes for every project. Hardcover with jacket: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-678-1; No. 67678

The Essential Guide to Color Knitting Techniques Margaret Radcliffe

Multicolor knitting methods are clearly explained with step-by-step photographs.

Hand Dyeing Yarn and Fleece Gail Callahan

With just some yarn, dye, and heat, fiber enthusiasts can satisfy every color craving in their home kitchens. The book includes advice on color theory and types of dyes as well as eight projects using colorful yarns. Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-468-4; No. 62468

320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Full-color; photographs and

Hardcover with 32 technique cards

Full-color; photographs

in an envelope:

throughout

$27.50 US / $32.95 CAN

256 pages; 8 × 9

Book Club Hardcover with jacket: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

illustrations throughout 168 pages; 7 × 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-738-8; No. 62738

208 pages; 8½ × 10

Create a felted menagerie of fleecy, fuzzy animals with simple felting techniques that are fun, tactile, and easy for all ages and levels of crafters. Twenty-five irresistible projects introduce readers to wetand needle-felting techniques and feature many shaped and colorful embellishments. Paper: $17.95 US / $21.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-685-9; No. 67685 Full-color; photographs throughout 128 pages; 8¼ × 10¼

Sarah anderson

ISBN 978-1-60342-040-2; No. 62040

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illustrations throughout

Sue Pearl

The Spinner’s Book of Yarn Designs Discover the fun and satisfaction of spinning your own yarn! This step-by-step guide shows you how to create 80 distinctive yarns, from classics such as mohair boucle to novelty features like supercoils. Lush photographs illustrate the process of turning fleece into yarn, reveal the unique architecture of each yarn, and show exactly how to manipulate and combine fibers to get the results you want. With this must-have reference, you can create any yarn you desire.

Full-color; photographs and

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Felt It!

Knit One, Felt Too

Create warm and fuzzy felted masterpieces. Maggie Pace shows readers which wools felt well, what size needles to use, how to shape projects, and how to time a project in the washing machine. Pace’s 20 projects include hats, bags, belts, wraps, and home accessories.

Felted knitting is simple — knit the project large and loose, wash it in hot water, and see it transformed into a soft, thick, cozy garment or accessory. Twenty-five spectacular projects include mittens, socks, bags, toys, and home accessories.

Maggie Pace

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

Kathleen taylor

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 80,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-635-4; No. 67635

ISBN 978-1-58017-497-8; No. 67497

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

152 pages; 9 × 8‹/¢

176 pages; 9 × 8‹/¢

Uniquely Felt

Christine White

Suitable for all skill levels, Uniquely Felt is the essential resource on feltmaking — a complete primer on techniques with step-by-step instructions for 46 projects and profiles of professional feltmakers. Feltmaking — the transformation of a loose pile of wool fibers into a durable, nonwoven fabric — produces a flannel-like fabric with a tactile appeal like nothing else. By adding a little soap and water to the wool, the feltmaker can press and shape the fibers together into wonderfully soft fiber arts. ▶ Top 10 Craft Title from Library Journal Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-673-6;

illustrations throughout

No. 67673

320 pages; 8¼ × 10

“If any book deserves to be called ‘The Felt Maker’s Bible,’ this is it. What makes this title of lasting value . . . is the depth of solid information it offers on the craft.” — Library Journal

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o n e - sk e i n s e r i e s

BESTSELLING SERIES!

> See the newest title in the One-Skein series on pg 2

Edited by Judith Durant

Luxury Yarn OneSkein Wonders

Sock yarn isn’t just for socks anymore! Veteran knitter Judith Durant has selected 101 original patterns for items that can be created from just a single skein of sock yarn — adorable baby clothes, warm mittens and hats, beautiful scarves, original jewelry, bags, cozies — even a dog sweater and a lampshade! Contributed by yarn shops and designers throughout North America, the patterns are fetching and fun to knit.

Indulge in one skein of highend yarn and knit a fabulous project to cherish forever. Projects include cuddly baby blankets, fancy wraps, personal accessories, and plush toys.

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders

8-copy counter display $151.60 US / $183.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-758-6 No. 62758

Edited By Judith Durant

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

▶ 80,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-60342-079-2; No. 62079

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-579-7

illustrations throughout

No. 62579

288 pages; 8 × 8½

Two-color with 48-page full-color

▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 79,000 copies in print

insert; photographs and illustrations

8-copy counter display

throughout

$151.60 US / $183.60 CAN

272 pages; 8 × 8½

ISBN 978-1-60342-111-9 No. 62111

One-Skein Wonders

101 Designer One-Skein Wonders

Edited By Judith Durant

Edited By Judith Durant

Contributed by yarn-shop owners across the United States, these patterns for hats, mittens, scarves, bags, socks, baby sweaters, and much more can all be knit with a single skein of yarn.

ISBN 978-1-58017-688-0; No. 67688

For every lonely single skein there is a wonderful small pattern. Knitwear designers across North America offer their favorite little projects — each using just one ball of yarn. Hats, scarves, bags, shawls, pillows, and other one-skein wonders make fun weekend projects.

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color with 32-page full-color

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

ISBN 978-1-58017-645-3; No. 67645

insert; illustrations throughout

▶ 97,000 copies in print

Two-color with 24-page full-color

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

256 pages; 8 × 8½

insert; photographs and illustrations

$151.60 US / $183.60 CAN

One-Skein Wonders Series 16-copy floor display:

ISBN 978-1-58017-708-5

$303.20 US / $367.20 CAN

No. 67708

ISBN 978-1-60342-771-5

8-copy counter display

throughout 240 pages; 8 × 8½

▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 114,000 copies in print 8-copy counter display $151.60 US / $183.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-728-3 No. 67728

No. 62771

“Here’s a great way to use up your yarn stash and know you have enough yarn to complete a full pair!” — Craftzine

Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks

2-at-a-Time Socks

Melissa Morgan-Oakes

BEST SELLER!

Melissa Morgan-Oakes

Hardcover with concealed wire-o: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-533-9; No. 62533 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 176 pages; 7 × 9

Melissa Morgan-Oakes revolutionized sock making with 2-at-aTime Socks, showing knitters how to create two socks at once on a single circular needle. Now, she shows how to knit two socks at a time while working from the toe up — allowing the knitter to try on the socks as she works, avoid running out of yarn before the feet are complete, and avoid using the kitchener stitch to finish off the toes. The technique can be applied to any sock pattern, but Morgan-Oakes provides 15 original sock designs for men, women, children, and babies. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 48,000 copies in print

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BEST SELLER!

Hardcover with concealed wire-o: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-691-0; No. 67691 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 7 × 9

Knitting one sock is fun and rewarding, but finishing the second one can be boring. Now an easy-to-learn new technique enables sock stitchers to work on two socks at one time, finishing both parts of the pair on the same day. Step-by-step photographs illustrate the method of casting on and knitting two socks together on one long circular needle. ▶ 122,000 copies in print


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Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs

Knit One, Bead Too Judith Durant

Who doesn’t love the sparkle and shine of beads? Now knitters can add beads to any pattern with five beaded knitting techniques described with step-by-step illustrations. It’s fun, the results are gorgeous, and every knitter can do it! The book’s 16 projects include wraps, evening bags, pillows, and more.

Hardcover with concealed wire-o: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-149-2; No. 62149

If you’re like many crocheters, you love to stitch motifs but dread the process of joining them. But connecting your motifs can be as exhilarating as stitching them! Edie Eckman’s guide to creative joining techniques shows how easy it is to combine multiples of a motif to form a whole new pattern, from lacy links to threedimensional effects, swirls, radiants, and wheels. The variations are endless! Eckman also provides 100 brandnew motif designs. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

Full-color; photographs and

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

$19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

160 pages; 7 × 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-973-3;

272 pages; 7 × 10

No. 62973

“For anyone who wants to take their fiber and crafting projects to the next level.” — Craftzine

Knitting Loves Crochet Candi Jensen

Knitting meets pretty, crocheted edgings and embellishments in a collection of designs guaranteed to convert the knitting-only crowd to the pleasures of crochet. Simple crocheting instructions get knitters up to speed, and lovely photographs will inspire all kinds of stitchers.

Around the Corner Crochet Borders Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-842-6; No. 67842 Full-color; photographs throughout 192 pages; 8½ × 9½

▶S  election of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

BEST SELLER!

A crochet border is the perfect finishing touch on the edges of any fiber project. Creating one, however, often requires turning a corner and shaping the edging around a 90-degree angle. This is rarely simple, and most edging patterns don’t include specific instructions for turning the corner. Edie Eckman comes to the rescue with this collection of 150 colorful crochet frames that do supply these instructions. Color photographs let you see the details up close. Easy, marvelous crochet borders are just around the corner!

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-538-4; No. 62538 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 320 pages; 8½ × 6

▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 66,000 copies in print

“A fabulous book for the experienced crochet enthusiast and a source of inspiration for the ambitious rookie.” — The Grand Rapids Press

Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs Hooked on Crochet candi jensen

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-547-0; No. 67547 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8½ × 10

Knit & Crochet Ponchos, Wraps, Capes & Shrugs!

BEST SELLER!

Hardcover with

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Crochet motifs can be circles, stars, triangles, hexagons, and much more. Here are 144 designs of every size and shape, guaranteed to keep crocheters happy for years as they experiment with color combinations, different sizes, and endless uses for the finished motifs. Sixty clever project ideas show readers how to create trendy wearables, accessories, and soft home goods.

ISBN 978-1-58017-621-7; No. 67621

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

208 pages; 7 × 9

Full-color; photographs and

▶ 101,000 copies in print

Edited by Edie Eckman Die-cut hardcover:

concealed wire-o: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-039-6; No. 62039 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout 128 pages; 7 × 9½

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crafts “No matter how long you live, you may never have time to try everything in this alluring compendium of possibilities.”

The Sewing Answer Book

— Cat Bordhi, knitting designer, publisher, author, teacher, speaker

Barbara Weiland Talbert

The Knitter’s Life List Gwen W. Steege

Paper with flaps: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-996-2; No. 62996 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 320 pages; 8 × 9¼

Knit a traditional gansey sweater with indigo yarn. Tour a spinning mill. Discover five ways to cast on for socks. Use steeking to make a tube into a cardigan. The Knitter’s Life List is a richly illustrated compilation of more than 1,000 experiences and adventures that knitters won’t want to miss. Readers will find unusual yarns to work with, classic techniques to master, time-honored patterns to try, innovative designers to know about, museums to tour, books to read, festivals and retreats to visit, and much more. An inspirational checklist of experiences for every knitter, here are more than enough knitting adventures to fill a lifetime!

The Knitting Answer Book

Flexibind with cloth spine: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-543-8; No. 62543 Two-color; illustrations throughout 432 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

This friendly, reassuring resource answers questions and solves problems with a turn of the page. The question-and-answer format makes it easy to quickly find the information you need for both machine and hand sewing. Perfect for everyone from absolute beginners to experienced sewers seeking tips on specific techniques, The Sewing Answer Book has it all!

The Quilting Answer Book

BEST SELLER!

margaret Radcliffe

Barbara Weiland Talbert

All knitters would love to have access to a 24-hour hotline that helps stressed-out stitchers loosen too-tight ribbing and master circular knitting. Here it is — a portable resource that addresses every problem and soothes every worry that knitters are likely to face.

More than 275 quilting quandaries are solved by a quilter who has worked with stitchers of all levels. The solutions cover every technique — beginning or advanced, machine- or hand-quilted — guiding readers through cutting, piecing, appliqué work, borders, and binding and offering welcome advice on materials, equipment, care, and storage.

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 200,000 copies in print

Flexibind with paper spine: Flexibind with cloth spine:

10-copy mixed counter display

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

(5 Crochet Answer Book,

ISBN 978-1-58017-599-9; No. 67599

5 Knitting Answer Book)

Two-color; illustrations throughout

$139.50 US / $169.50 CAN

400 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

ISBN 978-1-58017-788-7; No. 67788

The Crochet Answer Book Edie Eckman

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-144-7; No. 62144 Two-color; illustrations throughout 432 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

BEST SELLER!

The Beading Answer Book Karen Morris

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club Flexibind with cloth spine: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Flexibind with cloth spine:

ISBN 978-1-60342-034-1; No. 62034

$12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

12-copy acrylic counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-598-2; No. 67598

Two-color; illustrations throughout

3 of each: Crochet, Knitting, Quilting,

432 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

Two-color; illustrations throughout

and Sewing Answer Books)

320 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

$173.40 US / $209.40 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-675-6; No. 62675

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Choice Book Club ▶ 66,000 copies in print

No matter how experienced the crocheter, sticky questions arise with each new project. Here are all those questions, followed by reassuring answers to set every problem right. With advice on everything from counting stitches to blocking and joining, this handy little resource always comes through in a crisis.

▶ 177,000 copies in print

▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s

8-copy counter display $119.60 US / $143.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-056-3; No. 62056

The Beading Answer Book will calm every unstrung beader with illustrated instructions and insightful advice for solving all the problems that arise while creating beautiful jewelry. For the beginner trying to choose supplies for a simple necklace or the advanced crafter mastering the details of knitting with beads, this indispensable reference unravels more than 300 pesky problems.


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The Sweater Chop Shop

Sew & Stow

Betty Oppenheimer

Crispina FFRench Recycled wool sweaters are given new life in Crispina ffrench’s creative hands. Using simple sewing skills and basic stitching tools, crafters will learn Crispina’s techniques for felting, cutting, and reassembling wool knitwear. It’s all about artfully mixing and matching to create pleasing new items.

Fuss-free patterns for 31 easyto-sew projects for home and garden, including aprons, hammocks, totes, dog beds, carryalls, and shopping bags.

Sew Up a Home Makeover Lexie Barnes

ISBN 978-1-60342-027-3; No. 62027

It's easy to transform any space in just a few hours with these 50 fresh, fun, patternfree sewing projects, all of which can be customized to suit individual tastes and needs. This book is a creative resource readers will return to again and again.

Two-color with 32-page full-color

▶ Selection of HomeStyle Book

▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 65,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

insert; photographs and illustrations

Club

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

throughout

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-155-3; No. 62155

192 pages; 8 × 8½

ISBN 978-1-60342-797-5; No. 62797

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

176 pages; 9 × 8‹/¢

160 pages; 8 × 9

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Fabric Surface Design cheryl rezendes

Sensational sewing projects demand fabulous fabrics! Fiber artist Cheryl Rezendes shows readers how to create an astonishing array of surface designs, simply and safely, using textile paints and printing ink. She covers a wide variety of techniques: stamping, ancient Japanese Shibori, silkscreen, soy wax and flour resist, image transfer, marbling, nature printing, foils and metal leaf, and more. Step-by-step photos illustrate every technique, and Rezendes offers lots of innovative ways to combine and layer techniques for stunning results. Paper: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs

ISBN 978-1-60342-811-8;

throughout

No. 62811

320 pages; 8¼ × 10

BESTSELLING SERIES!

“A must-add for sewers who want to work outside the parameters of paper patterns and precise measurements.” —p  ublisher’s weekly

Sew What! Fleece Carol Jessop & Chaila Sekora

The second title in the popular Sew What! series presents 35 cozy projects with endless possibilities for personal variations. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

Sew What! Bags Lexie Barnes

These 19 projects use bold, contemporary fabrics to make totes, messenger bags, drawstring sacks, and handbags in a wonderful range of sizes. ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 35,000 copies in print

Sew What! Skirts

Francesca DenHartog & Carole Ann Camp Body measurements, a machine, great fabric, fun embellishments, and sewing fundamentals are all sewists need to make these easy skirt designs­! ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 67,000 copies in print

Improv Sewing

Nicole blum & Debra Immergut These 101 creative sewing projects can all be completed in less than a day — some in less than an hour! Playful and inventive, they include clothing for all ages, accessories, home decor items, and furnishings. Most feature embellishments and decorative effects that personalize a project with charm — and use interesting textural fabrics, such as jersey knits, linen, and felt . . . even paper and vinyl! The authors cover the sewing basics, demystify the lost art of simple pattern-making, provide visual guides to stitches, and give easy instructions for techniques such as applique and doodle-stitching.

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

$18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

ISBN 978-1-58017-626-2; No. 67626

ISBN 978-1-60342-092-1;

$16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

No. 62092

ISBN 978-1-58017-625-5; No. 67625

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

160 pages; 7 × 9

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

Paper with flaps:

Full-color; photographs and

152 pages; 7 × 9

128 pages; 7 × 9

$19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-740-1; No. 62740

320 pages; 8 × 8½

▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

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o n e -ya r d wo n d e r s Hand Printing from Nature

Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders

Laura Bethmann

Rebecca Yaker & Patricia Hoskins

Hardcover with concealed wire-o and patterns: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-586-5; No. 62586 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 416 pages; 8 × 8½

The authors of One-Yard Wonders are back with an all-new collection of 101 sewing projects contributed by designers and sewing bloggers across North America. These projects are organized by fabric type — from home dec to knits, corduroy to cottons, you’ll learn how to make the most of each fabric’s unique characteristics. And since each project uses just a single yard of fabric, it’s easy and affordable to try something new. Each design comes with step-by-step illustrated instructions and a complete cutting layout; all required pattern pieces are included.

Hardcover with concealed wire-o: $20.95 US / $24.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-559-9; No. 62559 Full-color; photographs throughout 192 pages; 8 × 8½

Discover how to use found natural materials — such as leaves, feathers, vegetables, fruit, shells, weeds, and wood — to print on any surface, including paper, fabric, ceramics, or walls. Step-bystep instructions coupled with beautiful photos make it easy and fun to learn the techniques, whatever your experience level. ▶S  election of Crafter’s Choice

▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club

and One Spirit Book Clubs

▶ 46,000 copies in print

“Talk about quality and quantity, One-Yard Wonders is an impressive volume of super creative projects all utilizing our favorite scraps and a simple yard of fabric. This book is a keeper!” — Amy Butler, Amy Butler Design

One-Yard Wonders

Rebecca Yaker & Patricia Hoskins

Hardcover with concealed wire-o and patterns: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-449-3; No. 62449 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 304 pages; 8 × 8½

BEST SELLER!

A single yard of gorgeous fabric holds endless possibilities. A sturdy shopping tote, a cuddly stuffed animal, a cheery curtain for a kitchen window, or a festive “Happy Birthday” banner — these and 97 other projects are fun and simple enough to complete in a few hours. Easy-to-follow instructions, templates, and patterns guide crafters from cutting the fabric through sewing on buttons. Beautiful fabric never had it so good! ▶ Main Selection of Crafter’s Choice Book Club ▶ 194,000 copies in print

Making Herbal Dream Pillows Jim Long

▶S  election of Book-of-theMonth Club

Creating Fairy Garden Fragrances Linda Gannon Hardcover with jacket: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-58017-076-5; No. 67076

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-075-8; No. 67075

64 pages; 7‹/¢ × 7‹/¢

Full-color; illustrations throughout 64 pages; 7‹/¢ × 7‹/¢

Mend It Better Kristin M. Roach

Learn how to use traditional mending techniques to make worn clothing not just wearable, but better than ever. Don’t hide patches — make them into bold, beautiful embellishments. Repair holes with colorful thread and a creative darning stitch. Revive a stained shirt with fun embroidery. It’s easy! With detailed step-by-step photography, Kristin Roach explains a wide range of patching, darning, and repair stitches using both hand and machine sewing. Hardcover with padding:

illustrations throughout

$18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

224 pages; 7 × 8

ISBN 978-1-60342-564-3; No. 62564 Full-color; photographs and

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Making Rag Rugs

Mailboxes

Paper: $17.95 US / $21.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-455-8; No. 67455

ISBN 978-0-88266-970-0; No. 66970

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

80 pages; 8½ × 11

128 pages; 8½ × 11

Clare Hubbard

Edited by G. E. Novak


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“An AMAZING resource for parents, homeschoolers and educators.”

Laura C. Martin

Twigs, vines, pinecones, flowers, leaves, rocks, shells, moss, feathers — they're all gifts of the earth. Add just a few inexpensive store-bought items, such as glue, string, and wire, and anyone can create beautiful, natural works of art using these 65 projects. ▶2  004 Parents’ Choice Approved Award ▶S  election of Crafter’s Choice

— Maya Donenfeld, maya*made

Show Me a Story Emily K. Neuburger

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-490-9; No. 67490 Full-color; illustrations throughout 224 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

and Children’s Book-of-the-Month Clubs ▶ 62,000 copies in print

Approved Award

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

▶D  r. Toy's 2012 Best Picks Award Winner

Full-color; photographs and

▶2  012 National Parenting Publications Awards

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-988-7; No. 62988 Hardcover: $26.95 US / $32.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-61212-148-2; No. 622148

144 pages; 8 × 10

“A thoroughly engaging way to learn one of the most empowering skills around . . . I would have spent hours and hours with this book when I was a kid.”

Laura C. martin

▶2  004 Parents’ Choice

Children love to make up stories, and group storytelling offers a fun learning opportunity for families, classroom groups, and any gathering of friends. Filled with creative craft projects and activities for jump-starting and fostering imaginative narratives for children of all ages, this is the match to spark an infinite number of child-created stories.

Honors Winner

Recycled Crafts Box With materials found in a typical recycling bin, kids can make 40 great craft projects. Children will also have fun reading about the history of rubbish and learning what they can do to make a difference by recycling.

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— Diane Gilleland, CraftyPod

Sewing School

Amie Petronis Plumley & Andria Lisle Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-522-7; No. 67522 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 96 pages; 8½ × 10‹/•

BEST SELLER!

Featuring 21 inspired projects, Sewing School shows kids how to create fabric masterpieces with minimal supervision. All projects have been kid-tested, and most can be made using hand stitches — no sewing machine needed. Projects include pillows, dolls, blankets, wallets, totes, and more; each project features step-by-step instructions, a photo of each step, and a photo of the finished project. Full-size cut-out patterns are included in a bound-in envelope.

> See Sewing School 2 on pg 14 Paper w/concealed wire-o and patterns: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-578-0; No. 62578 Full-color; photographs throughout 144 pages; 9 × 9½

▶ 39,000 copies in print

Trash-to-Treasure Papermaking Making Music

Ann sayre wiseman & john langstaff

Scarecrows

Felder Rushing Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

▶ 2004 Parents’ Choice Silver Honor Award Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-512-8; No. 67512 Two-color; illustrations throughout 96 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-58017-067-3; No. 67067 Full-color; photographs throughout 112 pages; 7½ × 11

Arnold E. Grummer

Transform junk mail, newspapers, comic books, wrapping paper, labels from cans and bottles, old phone books, and more into beautiful handmade paper in just minutes! Trash-to-Treasure Papermaking shows how to create unique sheets in a variety of shapes, colors, textures, and sizes, using just a blender and some water. The book also features dozens of fabulous projects you can make with the newly created paper — such as cards, invitations, little bound books, paper bowls, wreaths, and ornaments. This fun, easy craft is suitable for everyone in the family, even preschoolers.

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-547-6; No. 62547 Full-color; photographs throughout 208 pages; 10‡/• × 7‹/•

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The Soapmaker’s Companion Susan Miller Cavitch

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-965-6; No. 66965 Two-color; illustrations throughout 288 pages; 8 × 8

Learn every step of the soapmaking process — from basic skills to special techniques for marbling and stained glass effects — with clear, easy-to-follow instructions from master soapmaker Susan Miller Cavitch. Includes recipes for 40 unique specialty soaps that make great gifts for friends and family. ▶ 132,000 copies in print

Making Bentwood Trellises, Arbors, Gates & Fences Jim Long ▶ 61,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-051-2; No. 67051 Full-color; photographs and

Making Bent Willow Furniture

Simple Fountains dorcas adkins

Brenda & Brian Cameron

▶ 66,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-048-2; No. 67048

ISBN 978-1-58017-506-7; No. 67506

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 8 × 9

160 pages; 9¼ × 10

Papermaking with Garden Plants & Common Weeds

Paper Illuminated

illustrations throughout 160 pages; 8 × 9

Making Natural Liquid Soaps Catherine Failor

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-243-1; No. 67243 Full-color; photographs throughout

Create all-natural, inexpensive hand soaps, shampoos, shower gels, bubble baths, and much more using a simple double-boiler technique. Learn to blend oils, additives, color, and scent to develop one-of-a-kind liquid soaps.

The Papermaker’s Companion

▶ 64,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-200-4; No. 67200

Helen Hiebert

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN Illustrations throughout

144 pages; 7 × 10

224 pages; 8 × 8

Helen Hiebert Paper with flaps:

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-622-4; No. 67622 Full-color; photographs throughout

Helen Hiebert Paper with flaps: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-330-8; No. 67330 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8‡/• × 9

112 pages; 9¼ × 10

Melt & Mold Soap Crafting

C. Kaila Westerman

Making Transparent Soap

The Natural Soap Book

Catherine Failor

Susan Miller Cavitch ▶ 170,000 copies in print

▶ 37,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-244-8; No. 67244

ISBN 978-1-58017-293-6; No. 67293

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

144 pages; 7 × 10

144 pages; 7 × 10

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Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-888-8; No. 66888 Two-color; illustrations throughout 192 pages; 6 × 9

Milk-Based Soaps Casey Makela

▶S  election of Crafter’s Choice Book Club Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-984-7; No. 66984 Two-color; illustrations throughout 112 pages; 6 × 9

The Candlemaker’s Companion Betty Oppenheimer

▶ 69,000 copies in print Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-366-7; No. 67366 Illustrations throughout 208 pages; 8 × 8


well-being

Facelift at Your Fingertips Pierre Jean Cousin A glowing complexion and moisturized, healthy skin can be achieved in just minutes a day with this easy-to-follow aromatherapy and massage sequence, a pleasurable and natural alternative to cosmetic surgery and commercial products.

Making Aromatherapy Creams & Lotions Donna Maria

Free yourself from synthetic substances with this simple five-step method for creating personalized facial creams, body rubs, moisturizers, lip balms, and more — made with all-natural ingredients. ▶ 47,000 copies in print

Paper with vinyl-coated cover:

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-241-7; No. 67241

ISBN 978-1-58017-242-4; No. 67242

Two-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

168 pages; 6 x 8‡/•

128 pages; 6 x 9

The Herbal Home Remedy Book Joyce A. Wardwell

Stock the home medicine cabinet with all-natural salves, tinctures, syrups, and lozenges. These simple recipes provide complete instructions for gathering, drying, storing, and blending 25 common herbs to improve overall health. ▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club ▶ 40,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-016-1; No. 67016

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INDIE PICK!

Hands-On Healing Remedies Stephanie L. tourles

Stephanie Tourles offers 150 original recipes for herbal balms, oils, salves, liniments, and other topical ointments you can make yourself to treat a wide range of conditions, from headaches and backaches to arthritis, tendinitis, fungal infections, anxiety, cuts and scrapes, insomnia, splinters, and cracked skin. These preparations are allnatural, effective, safe, and fun to prepare. Take control of your well-being and stock your family’s medicine cabinet with your own custom-made healing remedies. ▶ Selection of One Spirit, Doubleday, Crafter’s Choice, Good Cook, and BOMC2 Book Clubs Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations

ISBN 978-1-61212-006-5; No. 622006

throughout 320 pages; 8 x 8½

Two-color; illustrations throughout 176 pages; 6 x 9

“Organic Body Care Recipes will make you want to skip the drugstore and head to your kitchen for some natural remedies.” — NY1 News

Perfumes, Splashes & Colognes Nancy M. Booth

Pinpoint your fragrance preferences, then create your own unique perfumes, splashes, and colognes. Learn how to blend fragrances, store them, and package them as attractive gifts. ▶ 35,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-985-4; No. 66985 Two-color; illustrations throughout 176 pages; 6 x 9

The Herbal Home Spa Greta Breedlove

Create sumptuous personalcare products to pamper every part of your body. These easy-to-follow recipes yield products that rival the best offerings at spas and specialty shops.

The Essential Oils Book Colleen K. Dodt

ISBN 978-1-58017-005-5; No. 67005

Aromatic essential oils have many uses. Soothing or invigorating, oils can be used in air fresheners, home-cleaning products, bath soaks, and, of course, perfumes. Complete instructions show readers how to use essential oils safely and effectively.

Illustrations throughout

▶ 82,000 copies in print

▶ 42,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

208 pages; 6 x 9

Organic Body Care Recipes Stephanie Tourles

BEST SELLER!

Using home-crafted beauty products is the surest way to maintain radiantly healthy skin, hair, feet, hands, and nails. Now it’s fun and simple to make lotions, scrubs, toners, masks, and much more with dozens of luscious recipes created by natural health and beauty expert Stephanie Tourles. Her broad range of beauty formulas for every skin type puts complete control into the hands of the home crafter interested in personalizing her beauty regimen. ▶ Main Selection of One Spirit Book Club ▶ Selection of Crafter’s Choice, HomeStyle, Black Expressions, and Zooba Book Clubs

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

▶ 96,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-0-88266-913-7; No. 66913

Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-676-7; No. 67676

throughout

160 pages; 6 x 9

384 pages; 8 x 8½

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Pamper Yo u rself

A little self-indulgence is good for you! Self-Indulgence 54-copy counter display

Includes 6 each of A Celebration of Motherhood, A Spa of Your Own, By Candlelight, How to Keep a Dream Journal, Incense, Simple Ways to Relax, and Taking Time for Friends and 12 copies of Simple Ways to Energize. $213.30 US / $267.30 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-897-6; No. 67897 Illustrations throughout Paper: $3.95 US / $4.95 CAN Books are not prepriced

64 pages; 4⁄/¢ × 5

A Celebration of Motherhood

Incense

Michelle Gillett

Diana Rosen

ISBN 978-1-58017-384-1;

ISBN 978-1-58017-567-8;

No. 67384

No. 67567

A Spa of Your Own

Simple Ways to Energize

Stephanie Tourles

Stephanie Tourles

ISBN 978-1-58017-888-4;

ISBN 978-1-58017-887-7;

No. 67888

No. 67887

By Candlelight

Simple Ways to Relax

Diana Rosen

Barbara L. Heller

ISBN 978-1-58017-566-1;

ISBN 978-1-58017-895-2;

No. 67566

No. 67895

How to Keep a Dream Journal

Taking Time for Friends

Diana Rosen

Dale Evva Gelfand

ISBN 978-1-58017-890-7;

ISBN 978-1-58017-546-3;

No. 67890

No. 67546

Happy Baby, Happy You

Karyn Siegel-Maier

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-141-6; No. 62141 Two-color; illustrations throughout 304 pages; 5 × 7 8-copy counter display $87.60 US / $103.60 CAN

Each day of baby’s first year is a chance to love, cuddle, teach, nurture, and play. Here are hundreds of quick and easy tips, on everything from simple games to homemade baby food, to help new parents create a happy family. ▶ 71,000 copies in print

Natural BabyCare Colleen K. Dodt

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

How to Sleep Soundly Tonight Barbara L. Heller

ISBN 978-0-88266-953-3; No. 66953

Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-314-8; No. 67314

160 pages; 6 × 9

Two-color 192 pages; 5¼ × 7¼

ISBN 978-1-60342-159-1

Victoria H. Edwards

Stephanie Tourles

▶ 68,000 copies in print Paper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-331-5; No. 67331 Illustrations throughout 384 pages; 4¼ × 4¼

No. 62159

The Aromatherapy Companion

365 Ways to Energize Mind, Body & Soul

The Soul Support Book

Naturally Healthy Hair

Naturally Healthy Skin

Natural Foot Care Stephanie Tourles

Deb Koffman

Mary Beth Janssen

▶ 40,000 copies in print

Paper with flaps:

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-054-3; No. 67054

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

$9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-129-8; No. 67129

ISBN 978-1-58017-130-4; No. 67130

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-150-2; No. 67150

ISBN 978-1-58017-286-8; No. 67286

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

192 pages; 6 × 9

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Full-color; illustrations throughout

192 pages; 6 × 9

208 pages; 6 × 9

288 pages; 8 × 8

112 pages; 5¼ × 7

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Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN


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“Buhner has arrived at the frightening truth that you won’t find in the Journal of the American Medical Association: We are running out of weapons in the war on germs.” — James A. Duke, PhD, author of The Green Pharmacy

Herbal Antibiotics, 2nd Edition stephen harrod buhner

BEST SELLER!

Healthy Bones & Joints

Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-253-0; No. 67253

ISBN 978-1-58017-255-4; No. 67255

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

Antibiotic-resistant infections are alarmingly on the rise, and people are looking for sound information on herbal alternatives to standard antibiotics. In this indispensable reference, herbal expert Stephen Harrod Buhner explains the roots of antibiotic resistance, explores the value of herbal treatments, and provides in-depth profiles of 30 valuable herbs, noting for each one its antibiotic properties, methods for collection and preparation, dosages, potential side effects, contraindications, and alternatives.

128 pages; 5½ × 8½

160 pages; 5½ × 8½

▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club

David Hoffmann

Stephen Harrod Buhner

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-987-0; No. 62987 Two-color; 480 pages; 6 × 9

▶ 68,000 copies in print

BEST SELLER!

Rosemary Gladstar’s Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner’s Guide Rosemary Gladstar

ADHD Alternatives Aviva & Tracy Romm

Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Herbal Remedies for Children’s Health Rosemary Gladstar

ISBN 978-1-58017-248-6; No. 67248

Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-58017-153-3; No. 67153

throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

160 pages; 5½ × 8½

80 pages; 6 × 9

Widely recognized as the godmother of modern herbalism, Rosemary Gladstar is renowned worldwide for her inspired teaching and trustworthy knowledge of healing herbs. Now, Gladstar offers a fresh introduction for a new generation of gardeners and natural health and self-sufficiency enthusiasts. ▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs

ISBN 978-1-61212-005-8;

throughout

No. 622005

224 pages; 7 × 9

“A true reflection of its author in its wisdom, knowledge and practicality.” —Nobuko Sera-Kingsley, M.D. Internist

BEST

SELLER! Rosemary Gladstar’s Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health

Rosemary Gladstar

Creating an Herbal Bodycare Business Sandy Maine

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-094-9; No. 67094 Illustrations throughout 160 pages; 6 × 9

Herbs for Natural Beauty

This practical compendium of Rosemary Gladstar’s herbal wisdom is a must-have for anyone interested in taking advantage of the healing power of herbs. Promote radiant beauty within and without, soothe everyday ailments, and ease stress and anxiety with 175 simple herbal recipes. An A-to-Z guide to more than 90 common herbs explains the benefits and suggested uses of each plant.

Rosemary Gladstar

▶ Selection of One Spirit Book Club

Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs

ISBN 978-1-58017-152-6; No. 67152

ISBN 978-1-60342-078-5;

throughout

Illustrations throughout

No. 62078

408 pages; 7¼ × 7¼

80 pages; 6 × 9

▶ 101,000 copies in print

“Gladstar shares her wisdom and enthusiasm with herbal recipes that promote radiant beauty and well-being.” — BookPage

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outdoor activities

C lare Wal k er L esl i e BEST SELLER!

The Nature Connection

This interactive workbook guides kids ages 8 to 13 to observe and record what they see, hear, smell, and touch outdoors, no matter where they live. It offers dozens of fun activities for every season: write a poem, make a sketch, record daily sunrise and sunset times, draw a local map, keep a moon journal, or collect leaves to identify. ▶ 2011 Teacher's Choice Award for Family Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-531-5; No. 62531

304 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

Drawn to Nature Through the Journals of Clare Walker Leslie

“A treasure trove of inspiration and ideas for young naturalists.” — School Library Journal

Clare Walker Leslie uses her personal sketches and nature observations as an invitation to readers to share in the pleasure of her nature watching and to take a moment to slow down and see nature with renewed appreciation.

Keeping a Nature Journal

Clare Walker Leslie & Charles E. Roth Reconnect with nature through sketching and writing with these simple methods for ­capturing the living beauty of each season. Includes exercises and prompts for all ages.

Paper with flaps: Paper with flaps:

$15.00 US / $17.95 CAN

$18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-614-9; No. 67614

▶ Selection of One Spirit and Crossings Book Clubs

ISBN 978-1-58017-493-0; No. 67493

Full-color; illustrations throughout

▶ 100,000 copies in print

Full-color; illustrations throughout

176 pages; 6½ × 8

▶ Recipient of the John Burroughs Young Readers Nature Book Award

Nature Journal More than a blank book, but with ample room to record all your reflections on nature, here is a unique guided journal with just the right amount of inspiration and information. Hardcover with jacket: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-296-7; No. 67296 Full-color; illustrations throughout 176 pages; 7½ × 10

224 pages; 9¼ × 10

WoodsWalk

Henry W. Art & Michael W. Robbins This is the complete primer for the young naturalist. This guide highlights special creatures, conditions, and natural events in North America and includes identification information on trees, terrain, plants, and wildlife. ▶ 42,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-452-7; No. 67452 Hardcover with jacket: $21.95 US / $26.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-477-0; No. 67477 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 128 pages; 7 × 9½

The Snowshoe Experience Claire Walter

The Hiking Companion

Michael W. Robbins

The Kayak Companion Joe Glickman

Raising a Team Player

Harry Sheehy with Danny Peary

Expert snowshoer Claire Walter provides nuts-andbolts information so people of every age and fitness level can quickly start enjoying this easy, low-impact wintertime activity. Covers techniques for traversing slopes and maneuvering in deep snow, tips on running in snowshoes, safety precautions, and even trail etiquette.

The Hiking Companion offers an overview of the hiking experience in various terrains, from forests to fields, waterside to mountains. Includes discussions of common mistakes and how to avoid them, recommendations on trip planning and equipment, lessons on basic navigation, and exciting stories of once-in-alifetime adventures.

Joe Glickman, a two-time member of the U.S. National Marathon Kayak Team, teaches beginners the basic techniques of sea, touring, and recreational kayaking and offers expert advice on navigation, troubleshooting, and boat assessment to more experienced kayakers.

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-541-8; No. 67541

ISBN 978-1-58017-429-9; No. 67429

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Two-color; photographs throughout

144 pages; 6 × 9

136 pages; 6 × 9

176 pages; 5½ × 8¼

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Sheehy, a renowned college athletic director, shares his wisdom gained from more than twenty years of working with young athletes. He discusses sportsmanship and offers advice on how to praise, encourage, temper, support, and teach young team players.

ISBN 978-1-58017-485-5; No. 67485

Hardcover with jacket:

Illustrations throughout

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

136 pages; 6 × 9

ISBN 978-1-58017-447-3; No. 67447


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Raptor!

Christyna M. Laubach, René Laubach & Charles W. G. Smith Shows kids how to locate raptors in the wild and explore the mysteries of raptor flight, hunting strategies, and behavior. ▶ Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12 Selection ▶ Selection of Children’s Bookof-the-Month Club ▶ 60,000 copies in print

Weather!

Rebecca Rupp Impeccable science, 20 exciting experiments, and irresistible facts and lore will turn every kid into a knowit-all. Jemima and Rodney, a brother-and-sister team with a right brain/left brain rivalry, guide readers through the book’s scientific concepts and projects. ▶ Teachers’ Choice Award for Children’s Books Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper with flaps:

ISBN 978-1-58017-420-6; No. 67420

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-445-9; No. 67445

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

144 pages; 7‹/• × 9¼

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The Family Butterfly Book Rick Mikula

Rick Mikula, christened “North America's Butterfly Evangelist” by People magazine, explains how to identify, care for, and raise butterflies in your own backyard.

Tag, Toss & Run

Paul Tukey & Victoria Rowell

▶ 58,000 copies in print

Features 40 exciting games — from old-time favorites like bocce and Red Rover to lesser-known games, such as Cherokee marbles, cornhole, and Kubb. Offering a quick overview of the basic sequence and strategies for each, the book is proof that the best games don’t come from a store. It's time to get outside and play!

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-560-5; No. 62560

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN

Two-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-094-2

illustrations throughout

No. 622094

▶T  he Garden Writers Association of America’s Quill & Trowel Award for the Art of Garden Communication

ISBN 978-1-58017-292-9; No. 67292 Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

128 pages; 7½ × 11

176 pages; 8½ × 11

208 pages; 6½ × 7½

“Intrigues throughout and leaves readers with the feeling that their own backyard is a wonderland waiting to be discovered.” — ForeWord Reviews

The Secret Lives of Backyard Bugs

Judy Burris & Wayne Richards Stunning photography is combined with expert information to create an up-close-and-personal tour of the hidden lives of spiders, beetles, butterflies, moths, crickets, dragonflies, damselflies, grasshoppers, aphids, and other backyard residents. You won’t believe your eyes! Each creature is shown in its natural setting, and many are shown progressing through the stages of their life cycles.

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

“Solid science and inspirational stories . . . a great guide for classrooms, youth groups, and motivated individuals.” — S chool Library Journal, starred review

ISBN 978-1-60342-563-6; No. 62563 Full-color; photographs throughout 136 pages; 8 × 10

Catch the Wind, Harness the Sun Michael J. Caduto

The Life Cycles of Butterflies Judy Burris & Wayne Richards

Witness the life cycles of 23 common backyard butterflies through more than 400 stunning photographs. Each butterfly is shown from start to maturity. ▶ 2007 Teachers’ Choice Children’s Book Award

Kids ages 8 to 12 will love these 22 exciting activities and experiments focused on producing and playing with renewable energy. Projects range from the quick and simple — like the Pie Plate Wind-Maker — to the thrillingly large-scale, like Pedal Power, in which kids use a bicycle to power a 12-volt battery. Each activity teaches children about renewable energy and environmental issues. Education doesn’t get more fun than this! ▶ 2012 Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom

▶ Discovery Channel Book Club Selection

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

▶ 41,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-60342-794-4; No. 62794

224 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout;

ISBN 978-1-58017-617-0; No. 67617

160 pages; 9‹/¢ × 7½

Full-color; photographs and

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pets Happy Dog, Happy You

BESTSELLING SERIES!

Arden Moore

To accommodate busy dog lovers, Arden Moore offers hundreds of quick tips and practical ideas — many achievable in five minutes a day — to reinforce the human/canine bond. Games, playful training sessions, practical travel advice, tips for trips to the vet, and grooming hints all fill the pages of this friendly manual. ▶ 58,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-032-7;

304 pages; 5 × 7

No. 62032

The Dog Behavior Answer Book

Happy Cat, Happy You Arden Moore

Arden Moore Foreword by John Grogan Dogs and people don’t always speak the same language — that’s where dog expert Arden Moore steps in. Working with real dogs and real dog owners over the years, Moore has seen and addressed hundreds of behavioral issues. Moore’s friendly handbook helps readers view the world through their dogs’ eyes. ▶ 65,000 copies in print

Hundreds of fast and fun ideas for developing strong bonds with cats will have even the busiest owners looking forward to game breaks and massage sessions. Bath time, mealtime, quiet time, and playtime — they’re all covered in this low-fuss approach to caring for lovable feline companions. ▶ 59,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-033-4; No. 62033 Two-color; illustrations throughout

Flexibind: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-644-6; No. 67644

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-738-2

336 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

No. 67738

304 pages; 5 × 7

Canine Sports & Games

The Cat Behavior Answer Book Arden Moore Foreword by Nancy Peterson, RVT

For cat owners and lovers everywhere, pet expert Arden Moore explores feline behavior in an inviting, browsable Q & A format. Her practical advice and workable solutions to common kitty conundrums help owners prevent the destructive behavior and embrace the charming quirks. ▶ 66,000 copies in print

Kristin Mehus-Roe Here are 19 athletic activities to delight every dog and owner. Each game, obedience competition, and test of instinctive skill is described in full, with complete rules and information on equipment, training, safety, related organizations, and more.

Flexibind: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-674-3;

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-083-9; No. 62083

No. 67674

336 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

Two-color; illustrations throughout 256 pages; 7 × 9

Real Food for Dogs

Real Food for Cats

For dog owners who want the very best for their companions, Arden Moore provides 50 nutritionally balanced, veterinarian-approved recipes, prepared from everyday food items available at local supermarkets. Dogs will love the healthy food, and readers will laugh out loud at Davis’s delightful illustrations.

This collection of 50 simple but nutritionally balanced, vet-approved recipes will have your cat rubbing your ankles faster than you can say “can opener.”

Arden Moore Illustrated by Anne Davis

▶ 89,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-424-4; No. 67424 Two-color; illustrations throughout 128 pages; 6½ × 7½

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Patti Delmonte Illustrated by Anne Davis

▶ 47,000 copies in print Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-409-1; No. 67409 Two-color; illustrations throughout 128 pages; 6½ × 7½


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“This is a gem of a book! I would recommend The Bird Watching Answer Book to anyone with even a casual interest in birds.” — Kenn Kaufman, author and bird expert

The Kitten Owner’s Manual Arden Moore

Raise a happy indoor cat with Arden Moore’s practical advice, presented in a fun question-and-answer format. Hints and tips from leading veterinarians and behaviorists are included, plus success stories from real-life cat owners. ▶ 36,000 copies in print Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-387-2; No. 67387 Two-color; illustrations throughout 208 pages; 6 × 9

The Puppy Owner’s Manual Diana Delmar

Learn to control typical mischievous puppy antics — barking, chewing, nipping — using humane, commonsense training techniques. Raise a healthy, happy, and safe pet who’s a pleasure to have around the house. ▶ 91,000 copies in print Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-401-5; No. 67401

What’s That Bird?

Joseph Choiniere & Claire Mowbray Golding The perfect tool for beginning enthusiasts of all ages, What’s That Bird? offers basic bird literacy in a fun, easy-to-use guide that teaches the best ways to observe and identify common birds. Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

The Bird Watching Answer Book Laura Erickson

Birders worldwide turn to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the leading authority on birds and an information clearinghouse for bird-watchers of all levels, for answers to their in-the-field questions. Now hundreds of those questions and answers are gathered here in a handy, portable volume that explains how birds follow migration paths, when and where they sleep, and why they don’t get cold feet. Flexibind with paper spine:

ISBN 978-1-58017-554-8; No. 67554

$14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-452-3; No. 62452

illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

128 pages; 7½ × 11

400 pages; 4½ × 6‹/•

Illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display

192 pages; 6 × 9

$119.60 US / $143.60 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-503-2 No. 62503

Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Cat Care

Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Dog Care

Birdfeeders, Shelters & Baths

The Backyard Bird-Lover’s Guide

Holistic veterinarian Randy Kidd offers thorough, up-todate information on gentle, chemical-free treatments for preventive care as well as acute feline health problems.

Maintain your dog’s health the natural way with gentle, chemical-free treatments for preventive care as well as acute canine health problems.

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-189-2; No. 67189

Learn to control squirrels and other predators while attracting your favorite backyard birds, with more than 25 creative designs for birdfeeders, birdbaths, and even a roosting box.

ISBN 978-1-58017-188-5; No. 67188

Illustrations throughout

▶ 143,000 copies in print

Illustrations throughout

208 pages; 6 × 9

Paper: $15.95 US / $18.95 CAN

In this colorful, informationpacked reference on attracting, feeding, and watching a wide variety of birds, Mahnken introduces 135 North American species. Includes information about territory, courtship, nesting, and parenting characteristics.

Randy Kidd, DVM, PhD

208 pages; 6 × 9

Randy Kidd, DVM, PhD

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Edward A. Baldwin

ISBN 978-0-88266-623-5; No. 66623 One-color with 8-page color photographic insert; photographs

Jan Mahnken

▶ Selection of Book-of-theMonth Club

Bird Brainteasers Patrick Merrell

Bird-watchers and puzzle fans alike will delight in this fresh collection of games and puzzles. Packed with birdthemed crosswords, visual puzzles, and the first-ever Birdoku challenges, the book also features avian facts, trivia, and lore. Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-080-8; No. 62080 Two-color; illustrations throughout

▶ 114,000 copies in print

324 pages; 4 × 6

and illustrations throughout

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

128 pages; 8½ × 11

ISBN 978-0-88266-927-4; No. 66927

$79.60 US / $95.60 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-109-6

320 pages; 7 × 10

No. 62109

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Horse Crazy!

The Horse Farm Read-andPlay Sticker Book

Jessie Haas BEST SELLER!

Illustrations by LindsAy Graham

Five full-color laminated horse environments invite young horse lovers to pose horses, riders, and tack all around the farm. The 80 reusable vinyl stickers will keep children busy creating equine dramas about every kind of horse situation. ▶ 86,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-154-6; No. 62154 Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CAN

376 pages; 8 × 8

ISBN 978-1-58017-583-8; No. 67583 Full-color; 16 pages plus 4 pages of full-color, reusable vinyl stickers; fold-

Every horse-crazy kid wants more information on her favorite subject — horses! Horse Crazy! is a jam-packed treasure chest of a book that will keep horse-obsessed kids (ages 8 and up) busy for hours on end. Nearly 400 pages are filled with fun sidebars, breed IDs, crafts to make for friends (equine and human), horse word roots, movies to see, and books to read.

out laminated front and back covers 8½ × 10‡/•

Horse Care for Kids Cherry Hill

The Barnyard Read-and-Play Sticker Book Illustrations by Christina Wald

A world of full-color, reusable animal stickers brings barnyard activities to life. Kids will create their own animal dramas on backgrounds that include a full farm, a barn interior, a barnyard, an animal pen, and a chicken coop. A text section describes a typical day on the farm. ▶ 38,000 copies in print

Cherry Hill presents everything a young equestrian wants and needs to know. ▶ Winner of 2002 ASPCA Henry Bergh Children’s Book Honor ▶ Selection of Children’s BOMC Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-407-7; No. 67407

Paper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-640-8; No. 67640

illustrations throughout

12 pages plus 4 pages of full-color,

128 pages; 7½ × 9‹/¢

reusable vinyl stickers; fold-out

BEST SELLER!

laminated front and back covers 8½ × 10‡/•

▶ 116,000 copies in print

"An interesting look at how horses respond to stimuli and interpret human behavior." — Horse Illustrated

Horse Showing for Kids The Horse Show Read-and-Play Sticker Book

Illustrations by Lindsay Graham text by Katie Navarra

Games on Horseback Betty Bennett-Talbot & Steve Bennett

Riding for Kids judy richter

Jumping for Kids Lesley Ward

▶ Selection of Children’s BOMC ▶ 44,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-672-9; No. 67672

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-510-4; No. 67510

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-134-2; No. 67134

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

Paper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 7½ × 9‹/¢

ISBN 978-1-60342-142-3; No. 62142

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 7½ × 9‹/¢

Two-color; 16 pages plus 4 pages

144 pages; 8½ × 11

of full-color, reusable vinyl stickers; fold-out laminated front and back covers; 8½ × 10‡/•

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cheryl kimball Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-501-2; No. 67501 Hardcover with jacket: $26.95 US / $32.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-573-9; No. 67573 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 160 pages; 9‹/¢ × 7½


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Games & Puzzles Series

Pop-Out & Paint Horse Breeds BEST SELLER!

Pony Play Games & Puzzles

Horse Games & Puzzles

Jackie the Jack Russell terrier and Barney the barn owl are in-the-know guides for a puzzle-packed tour around the horse farm. Their silly humor keeps children laughing while they solve 100 quizzes, puzzles, mazes, and riddles.

Over 100 puzzles, activities, riddles, quizzes, and games will keep young horse lovers busy and happy for hours. Horsey cartoons and illustrations, bits of horse trivia, and fun equine quotations will delight those eager to learn about their favorite animal.

▶ For children 6–10

▶ For children 8–12

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

▶ 120,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-60342-063-1; No. 62063

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-538-8; No. 67538

144 pages; 8 × 10‹/¢

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

144 pages; 8 × 10‹/¢

144 pages; 8 × 10‹/¢

Patrick Merrell & Helene Hovanec

cindy a. littlefield

Chicken Games & Puzzles Patrick Merrell & Helene Hovanec

This collection of 100 chicken-themed challenges is really something to cluck about! Kids ages 6 to 9 will love these adorably illustrated mazes, codes, brainteasers, logic puzzles, word searches, jokes and riddles, tongue twisters, and picture puzzles. Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

BEST SELLER!

Cindy A. Littlefield

Create your own herd of model paper horses! Using the easy step-by-step instructions and some basic craft supplies — acrylic paints, craft glue, embroidery floss, and yarn — kids ages 8 to 12 will have fun applying authentic paint markings and mane and tail features to ten popout horse-breed templates. There’s a Quarter Horse, an Arabian, a Shetland pony, a Thoroughbred, a Morgan, a Clydesdale foal, an Appaloosa, a Saddlebred, a Tennessee Walker, and a Friesian. When complete, each durable model is painted on both sides and can stand up for play or display. > See new Pop-Out & Paint pg 19 Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-963-4;

illustrations throughout

No. 62963

48 pages plus 20 die-cut cards

ISBN 978-1-61212-087-4;

pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

No. 622087 Storey Games Counter Display 16-copy mixed counter display 4 of each: Barnyard Games & Puzzles, Chicken Games & Puzzles, Horse Games & Puzzles, Pony Play Games & Puzzles ISBN 978-1-61212-167-3; No. 622167

The Great Outdoors Games & Puzzles Helene Hovanec & Patrick Merrell

A fun variety of activities stimulates children’s imaginations and puzzle-solving skills. Connect-the-dots pictures, mazes, word searches, sudokus, and many more puzzles will keep kids busy for hours. ▶ For children 8–12 Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-679-8; No. 67679 Illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8 × 10‹/¢

Sea Life Games & Puzzles

cindy a. littlefield Children will have hours of fun learning more about sea creatures and ocean phenomena as they work their way through puzzles, games, brainteasers, and jokes. It’s a guaranteed whale of a good time! ▶ For children 8–12

Barnyard Games & Puzzles Helene Hovanec & Patrick Merrell

Kids love animals as much as they love puzzles and silly word games. Full of lively drawings, word games, picture puzzles, jokes, riddles, and word play, this collection will appeal to country and city kids alike.

Illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8 × 10‹/¢

Four board books in a play barn:

Full-color; illustrations throughout

$18.95 US / $22.95 CAN

20 (per book) pages;

ISBN 978-1-60342-991-7; No. 62991

Books 4½ × 5½; Barn 5‹/¢ × 5½

▶ For children 6–10

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8 × 10‹/¢

Betsy Wallin

These adorable illustrated board books describe a day in the life of farm animals: chickens, cows, goats, and pigs. From breakfast to bedtime, the charming scenes of cows being milked, pigs taking a mud bath, goats playing on the farmer’s truck, and chickens foraging for bugs will delight small readers. The books come in a fully illustrated box that turns into a play barn with a carrying handle, a barn door that closes with a Velcro fastener, and four stand-up illustrated cardboard figures for hours of imaginative play.

▶ 47,000 copies in print ISBN 978-1-58017-624-8; No. 67624

My First Farm Friends: Books in a Barn

ISBN 978-1-58017-630-9; No. 67630

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poster books

Dream Horses

The Horse Breeds Poster Book Photography by Bob Langrish

Suitable for hanging on bedroom walls, in school lockers, or even in barns, these 30 posters show horses in a range of colors and sizes, at work and in competition. Facts about the pictured horse breeds are included on the back of each poster.  ▶ 279,000 copies in print

photography by bob langrish

ISBN 978-1-58017-507-4; No. 67507 Full-color; photographs throughout 64 pages; 9‹/• × 12 Acrylic Spinner Rack

Horses in Action!

Full-color; photographs throughout

▶ 172,000 copies in print

Thrilling photographs exhibit the muscular equine might and grace that fascinate young horse lovers. Thoroughbreds thunder down the stretch, draft horses strain to pull twice their weight, and wild stallions battle furiously over mares in this collection of 30 pullout posters. All the action is described and the breeds identified in lively text on the back of each image.

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-580-7; No. 67580

ISBN 978-1-58017-666-8; No. 67666

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

Wild Animals of North America

Under the Sea Poster Book

Eye See You

North America’s most majestic animals are captured in 30 breathtaking images. The back of each poster features a map indicating the animal’s habitat, interesting historical facts and lore, and a description of how the animal survives and what it is doing on the poster.

Bring home the magical experience of a child’s first trip to the aquarium, with its scary sharks, touchable tide pools, and brightly colored marine life. Thirty full-color, pull-out ­portraits of fantastic sea creatures feature the ocean residents kids love, plus all the fun facts that make each creature unique and e­ xciting. 

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

▶ 50,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-848-8; No. 67848

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout 64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Horses are happiest when they have animal friends to pal around with. Horses with ponies, dogs, cats, goats, and other adorable companion animals are captured in 30 irresistible poster-size photos, made for pulling out and decorating bedrooms, play rooms, lockers, or stables.

ISBN 978-1-58017-574-6; No. 67574

▶ Selection of Children’s BOMC

Celebrate the beauty, the power, and the majesty of horses with 30 full-color large-format posters. Dreamlike scenes, created by master photographer Bob Langrish, are paired with inspired text. ▶ 70,000 copies in print

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN

Horses & Friends Poster Book

Holds 32 Poster Books! $30.00 US / $36.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-761-0; No. 67761 11⁄/™ × 11⁄/™ × 12⁄/™

Dog Heroes

The Petting Farm Poster Book

Every kind of canine hero — from fearless search-andrescue dogs to gentle therapy dogs — is featured on 30 full-color, pull-out posters no dog-loving child will be able to resist. The back of each poster tells the story of the extraordinary canine captured in an act of heroism.

Animal-loving children of all ages will love to display these adorable farm friends on their bedroom walls. These 30 pull-out posters feature beautifully reproduced images of sweet chicks, ducklings, kids, lambs, calves, foals, piglets, rabbits, and more. The back of each poster contains fun facts about the animal’s breed, habits, and history. 

text by Karl Meyer

▶ 258,000 copies in print Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Karl Meyer

▶ 2008 Teacher’s Choice

ISBN 978-1-60342-116-4; No. 62116

▶ 133,000 copies in print

Full-color; photographs throughout

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-623-1; No. 67623

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

ISBN 978-1-58017-597-5; No. 67597

ISBN 978-1-58017-643-9; No. 67643

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

64 pages; 9‹/• × 12

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Children’s Book Award

Join the animal kingdom’s wildest staring contest with 30 full-color, pull-out portraits of creatures with arresting gazes that tell fascinating stories. On the back of each poster, children will find general facts about the animal and information about those amazing eyes. ▶ 208,000 copies in print


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BOOK & DVD!

Equine Fitness

Jec Aristotle Ballou Ballou presents 50 conditioning exercises designed to enhance a horse’s soundness, stamina, quality of motion, longevity, strength, and agility, with variations for horses of different ages and abilities. Individual and group exercise routines are described in detail, then condensed onto pull-out cards to which riders can refer throughout the exercise. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-463-9; No. 62463 Illustrations throughout

The Rider’s Fitness Program

Dianna R. Dennis, John J. McCully & Paul M. Juris More than 85 exercises, illustrated with step-by-step instructional photography, improve balance, flexibility, and coordination. New and experienced riders will suffer fewer aches and pains and find new strength.

40 Fundamentals of English Riding Hollie H. McNeil

Master the 40 basic elements essential to riders in dressage, jumping, and eventing. The book comes with a 90-minute DVD showing action sequences for each fundamental. Hardcover with jacket and DVD: $35.00 US / $41.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-789-0; No. 62789

ISBN 978-1-58017-542-5; No. 67542

Full-color; photographs and

Photographs and illustrations

illustrations throughout

throughout

192 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

224 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

168 (144 standard + 24 card stock)

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“Peter’s book symbolizes all that is best about equestrianism.” — Robert Cacchione, Founder and Executive Director, Intercollegiate Horse Show Association

Peter Leone’s Show Jumping Clinic Peter Leone & Kimberly S. Jaussi

For equestrian athletes of all levels, Olympic Silver Medalist Leone shares his winning methods to help up-and-coming riders master the elements of first-rate horsemanship and the foundations of competitive show jumping. While paying attention to the physical aspects of riding, Leone also shares his philosophy for building the mental strength and focus, and the relationship between horse and rider, that are essential to successful competition. Hardcover w/jacket:

Full-color; photographs and

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-717-3; No. 62717

224 pages; 7 × 9

pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

A Parent’s Guide to Riding Lessons Elise Gaston Chand

Ride the Right Horse

Trail Riding

Easy-Gaited Horses

Learn how to understand and work with the four basic equine personality types. Training tips and strategies developed specifically for each equine personality give riders and trainers the skills needed to work effectively with individual horses.

Yvonne Barteau

Rhonda Hart Poe

lee Ziegler

The USDF Guide to Dressage Jennifer O. Bryant

— Lesley Ward, editor, Young Rider magazine

Hardcover with jacket:

Paper: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-662-0; No. 67662

Fundamental instruction and detailed advice on every aspect of trail riding, the most popular activity on horseback. From selecting an appropriate horse to proper conditioning and training for every kind of trail situation, this book covers it all. This is essential reading for everyone who rides anywhere other than the ring.

ISBN 978-1-60342-447-9; No. 62447

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Discover the pleasures of riding a horse that is calm, obedient, relaxed, and surefooted. Lee Ziegler provides a comprehensive guide to using humane methods to train a horse that’s comfortable to ride. From defining various gaits to explaining equine anatomy to training a variety of horses in specific gaits, this is the definitive guide to good gaited horsemanship.

Illustrations throughout

throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-560-9; No. 67560

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

192 pages; 5½ × 8½

312 pages; 6 × 9

illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-562-3; No. 67562

352 pages; 9 × 10

336 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Illustrations throughout

“Essential information about finding the perfect lesson program, outfitting your horse-crazed child for the sport, and making sure your young rider stays safe in the saddle.”

$24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Easy-to-follow photographic sequences demystify basic dressage techniques for riders of all disciplines. Also covers the history of dressage, terms and equipment, management of the dressage horse, and much more. Hardcover with jacket: $35.00 US / $41.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-529-6; No. 67529 Full-color; photographs and

256 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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horses “Thomas is truly comprehensive in her approach, drawing from the very best aspects of various training methods.” — Equine Journal

Storey’s Guide to Training Horses, 2nd Edition

Heather Smith Thomas

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-544-5; No. 62544 Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-553-7; No. 62553 Illustrations throughout

Storey’s Guide to Raising BEST SELLER! Horses, 2nd Edition

BEST SELLER!

Heather Smith Thomas

In this fully updated edition of her best-selling book, Heather Smith Thomas offers training methods that can be applied to any horse, including ponies, Western trail-riding horses, English riding or jumping horses, working farm and ranch horses, and horses intended for showing or competition. This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know to develop a well-trained horse, from ground work to galloping, and from choosing a bit to trailer training.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

▶ 114,000 copies in print

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-471-4; No. 62471 Hardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-472-1; No. 62472 Photographs and illustrations

Whether you are an experienced horse handler or are planning to buy your first horse, this complete guide to horsekeeping covers all aspects of keeping a horse fit and healthy in body and spirit. ▶ 87,000 copies in print

528 pages; 6 × 9

504 pages; 6 × 9

“Whether you’re looking to solve a particular problem, or just learn more about why horses do what they do, this volume is a handy and entertaining reference.” — Horse & Rider

The Horse Behavior Problem Solver jessica jahiel

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-524-1; No. 67524 Illustrations throughout 352 pages; 6 × 9

Horses have a language and a logic all their own, but humans can learn to understand what they are saying. Using a question-and-answer format and drawing on real-life case studies, equine behavior expert Jessica Jahiel explains how a horse thinks and learns, why it acts the way it does, and how you should respond. You’ll find answers to common horse behavior problems such as how to handle a frightened or untrained horse, how to help a horse overcome its fear of the vet, what to do with a horse that kicks or rears, and how to help older horses break bad habits.

The Rider’s Problem Solver

The Horse Training Problem Solver

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-838-9; No. 67838

ISBN 978-1-58017-686-6; No. 67686

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

384 pages; 6 × 9

416 pages; 6 × 9

Competing in Western Shows & Events

The Green Guide for Horse Owners and Riders

jessica jahiel

jessica jahiel

▶ 65,000 copies in print

Teaching Safe Horsemanship Jan Dawson

Western Practice Lessons

Charlene Strickland

The Basics of Western Riding

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

▶ 37,000 copies in print

▶ 39,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-107-6; No. 67107

ISBN 978-1-58017-030-7; No. 67030

ISBN 978-1-58017-031-4; No. 67031

ISBN 978-1-60342-147-8; No. 62147

Full-color; photographs and

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

throughout

throughout

240 pages; 7½ × 10

160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

144 pages; 8½ × 11

144 pages; 8½ × 11

ISBN 978-1-58017-515-9; No. 67515 Photographs and illustrations throughout 160 pages; 8½ × 11

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Charlene Strickland

Charlene Strickland

Heather Cook


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BESTSELLING SERIES!

101 Horsemanship & Equitation Patterns

101 Arena Exercises for Horse & Rider

Learn the moves that make judges take notice. Even if you don’t compete, this guide to the essential patterns for Western horsemanship and English equitation competition will sharpen your skills.

Hill presents recognized classic exercises for both English and Western riders, plus her own original patterns and maneuvers. Useful for riders interested in improving their own and their horses’ skills and for instructors looking for new drills.

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill

Paper with comb-binding:

101 Ground Training Exercises for Every Horse & Handler Cherry Hill

Illustrations throughout

Ground training is the key to safe, successful riding and a strong bond between horse and rider. These 101 exercises cover everything from haltering to driving, turning to transitions, and backing to body language. Each exercise is accompanied by an illustration and numbered step-by-step movements to guide the handler.

224 pages; 11 × 8½

Paper with comb binding:

Photographs and illustrations

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-052-2; No. 622052

256 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

▶ 613,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-159-5; No. 67159

Paper with comb binding:

Illustrations throughout

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

256 pages; 11 × 8½

ISBN 978-0-88266-316-6; No. 66316

101 Jumping Exercises for Horse & Rider

Linda l. Allen with Dianna R. Dennis This must-have workbook provides a logical and consistent series of exercises with clear maps and straightforward instructions. For each exercise, Linda Allen covers setup, how to ride the exercise, steps to make the exercise more difficult, what every successful rider should keep in mind while working, when to move on to the next step, and the benefits of the exercise. ▶ 69,000 copies in print Paper with comb-binding:

Illustrations throughout

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

240 pages; 8½ × 11

ISBN 978-1-58017-465-7; No. 67465

101 Drill Team Exercises for Horse & Rider Debbie Kay Sams

Whether you prefer to ride English or Western, the 101 practice sessions in this ringside guide will be fun and rewarding for you and your horse. Learn an exercise, and then simply hang the book from a post and refer to the instructions from the saddle — clearly drawn arena diagrams guide you through every step.

101 Dressage Exercises for Horse & Rider Jec Aristotle Ballou

For dressage riders at all levels, here are 101 exercises featuring full-arena diagrams and step-by-step instructions. Starting with basic techniques and moving up through maneuvers developed by U.S. Olympians, the exercises here provide hours of satisfying dressage work. ▶ 49,000 copies in print

Paper with comb-binding:

Photographs and illustrations

Paper with comb-binding:

Illustrations throughout

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

throughout

$29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

240 pages; 8½ × 11

ISBN 978-1-60342-143-0; No. 62143

240 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-58017-595-1; No. 67595

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This fascinating encyclopedia describes North American horse breeds with in-depth profiles; lively, full-color photography; and explanatory drawings.

“Your horse suggests you pick this one up.” —H  orsemen’s Yankee Pedlar

▶ 47,000 copies in print Paper: $29.95 US / $35.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-612-5; No. 67612

illustrations throughout

Hardcover with jacket:

416 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

$40.00 US / $49.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-613-2; No. 67613

How to Think Like a Horse Cherry Hill

BEST SELLER!

Best-selling author Cherry Hill discusses how horses think, learn, respond to stimuli, and interpret human behavior. By understanding what causes a horse to feel happy or distressed, and by communicating with a horse in language he can understand, a human can make training much easier and more rewarding. ▶ 141,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-835-8;

illustrations throughout

No. 67835

192 pages; 7½ × 10

Horse Breeds of North America

BEST SELLER!

Judith Dutson

Collected in a perfect little pocket guide no horse lover will be able to resist, here are images of 96 horse breeds galloping, playing, grazing, working, or simply striking a pose. At-a-glance conformation, historical, and usage facts accompany a full-page photograph for each breed. Never has such a range of horse fact and photography been packed into such an appealing gift book.

Paper: $10.95 US / $12.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-650-7; No. 67650 Full-color; photographs throughout 208 pages; 6 × 4¼

▶ 79,000 copies in print

“An interesting look at how horses respond to stimuli and interpret human behavior.” —W  estern Horseman

What Every Horse Should Know Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill explores how horses learn, with a focus on the knowledge every horse needs to live safely and confidently in the company of people. She covers how to handle a horse without fear, how to teach respect and patience, and how to help the horse master the actual “work” he needs to do. For anyone intrigued by the equine mind and interested in strengthening the horse–human relationship, this is an essential reference.

Starting & Running Your Own Horse Business, 2nd Edition

Mary Ashby McDonald, DVM Learn the ins and outs of business plans, marketing, safety issues, insurance, taxes, legal considerations, good horse management, and veterinary costs.

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-713-5;

illustrations throughout

▶ 73,000 copies in print

No. 62713

192 pages; 7½ × 10

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US /

ISBN 978-1-60342-483-7; No. 62483

$35.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-716-6;

224 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

No. 62716

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Equipping Your Horse Farm Cherry Hill & Richard Klimesh

Here is in-depth information on every aspect of selecting, maintaining, and operating tractors and horse trailers — essential equipment for horsekeepers. Hill and Klimesh also discuss the smaller implements used frequently on horse farms. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-843-3; No. 67843 Photographs and illustrations throughout 192 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Among Wild Horses Lynne Pomeranz

“An intimate glimpse into one wild herd in the high desert and semi-alpine slopes between Wyoming and Montana. The breathtaking, full-color photos speak volumes.” — Trail Rider magazine Hardcover with jacket: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-633-0; No. 67633 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 9 × 6‹/•


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“Hamilton captures the soul of a horse perfectly.” — Susan Richards, author, Chosen

by a Horse

Stable Smarts

Heather Smith Thomas Old cowboy tricks, quick homemade fixes, hard-earned lessons, and tried-and-true horsekeeping wisdom — they all ­contribute to the treasurehouse of equine know-how that Heather Smith Thomas has assembled for anyone who rides, owns, or dreams of spending time with horses. Paper: $18.95 US / $22.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-610-1; No. 67610 Two-color; illustrations throughout 320 pages; 6 × 8

The Horse Conformation Handbook

heather Smith Thomas This is a detailed “tour of the horse,” analyzing all aspects of conformation and discussing how variations will affect a horse’s performance and suitability for particular functions. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Storey’s HorseLover’s Encyclopedia Edited by Deborah Burns

This comprehensive guide to all things equine covers breeds, tack, riding styles, shows, and much more. The information is accompanied throughout by line drawings, lists, useful diagrams, and helpful tips. ▶ 75,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-558-6; No. 67558

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-317-9; No. 67317

400 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Two-color; illustrations throughout 480 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

BEST SELLER!

Zen Mind, Zen Horse Allan J. Hamilton, MD

Horses have evolved to understand the flow of energy — chi — around them, using it to communicate, express dominance, and sense danger from predators. Being quietly present and receptive to your horse’s chi opens the potential of your intuitive right brain, awakening your sensitivity, calm leadership, and mindfulness. This approach to horse training offers everyone who works with horses — novice or expert — a better understanding of how humans interact with horses and how doing so can lead to spiritual awakening. ▶ 2012 Nautilus Gold Book Award Winner Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-565-0; No. 62565

320 pages; 7 × 10

Full-color; photographs and

The Horse Nutrition Handbook Melyni Worth

Worth has everything you need to know about equine nutrition from start to finish. She even covers the specific needs of brood mares, performance horses, and other working animals; the benefits of additives and herbal supplements; and dietary approaches to common health problems. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-60342-541-4; No. 62541 Photographs and illustrations throughout 256 pages; 6 × 9

The Foaling Primer Cynthia McFarland

The Foaling Primer chronicles the first year of a horse’s life in amazing, up-close photographs. The text guides the reader through this first critical year with detailed descriptions and instruction on birth, care, handling, training, and weaning. This introductory handbook provides everything needed to be successful with a foal. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-608-8; No. 67608 Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout

Cherry Hill’s Horsekeeping Almanac Cherry Hill

Every horse farm needs a master plan to keep it running smoothly. Here is Cherry Hill’s month-bymonth guide to all the workings of a horse farm, with reminders, to-do lists, reference charts, and more. Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-684-2; No. 67684 Two-color; illustrations throughout 576 pages; 7‹/• × 9⁄/•

Knowing Horses

les sellnow & Carol a. butler Did you know that a miniature horse weighs just a few pounds, while a giant draft horse can weigh well over a ton? Or that the only remaining genetically wild horse is the Przewalski? Or that from a standstill, a mule can jump (kangaroo-like) over a bar five feet high? Even if you’ve loved horses all your life, there’s always more to discover. This informative compendium of all things equine answers hundreds of questions about behavior, physiology, breed characteristics, training, sporting events, and the long-standing relationship between humans and horses. Paperback: $14.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-798-2; No. 62798

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Storey’s Barn Guide to Horse Handling and Grooming

Storey’s Barn Guide to Horse Health Care + First Aid

Next to riding, there is nothing horse people love more than to pamper and groom their horses, and braiding manes and tails is particularly enjoyable for horse and rider alike. Here are 30 mane and tail braids for every occasion — from casual rides to blue-ribbon events — described with step-by-step illustrations and color photographs. Hang the book on a barn wall and create a horse hair salon.

“A great reference guide for a trainer working with new riders. Simple, essential information that’s easily accessible — it gets the job done.” —H  orsemen’s Yankee Pedlar

▶ 47,000 copies in print

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

When a horse isn’t well, every owner wants quick solutions. With a nail hole at the top of each page spread, this book can be hung on a barn wall as a hands-free visual guide. Step-by-step illustrations and simple text guide farmers through every health situation likely to occur.

Braiding Manes and Tails

BEST SELLER!

Charni Lewis

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$22.95 US / $27.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-699-6; No. 67699

152 pages; 9 × 9

Charni Lewis

$24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

ISBN 978-1-58017-657-6; No. 67657

$24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-639-2; No. 67639

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

128 pages; 12 × 9

illustrations throughout

Your Horse Judy Chapple

This book takes the mystery out of horse ownership, from getting your first horse to riding it. Judy Chapple inspires confidence as she offers information that is thorough and easy to comprehend. ▶ 85,000 copies in print Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN ISBN 978-0-88266-353-1; No. 66353 Photographs and illustrations throughout 144 pages; 8½ × 11

128 pages; 12 × 9

The Horse Doctor Is In

Brent Kelley, DVM “This is one of the best veterinary books I’ve seen in years . . . it is a very readable book for pleasure as well as information.” — T he American Quarter Horse Journal

Horse Sense

John J. Mettler Jr., DVM Dr. Mettler gives invaluable advice on preventive health care for horses, describing immunizations, worming, and dental care and explaining how three common and serious equine diseases — colic, choke, and founder — can be prevented and treated. ▶ 68,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-460-2; No. 67460

ISBN 978-0-88266-545-0; No. 66545

Illustrations throughout

Photographs and illustrations

416 pages; 6 × 9

throughout 160 pages; 8½ × 11

Getting the Most from Riding Lessons

Getting Your First Horse

Taking Up Riding as an Adult

This reassuring introduction to riding helps novice riders maximize the lesson experience with information about safety, horse behavior, basic riding exercises, and preparing for that first show.

Answers hundreds of questions prospective horse owners have: What do I need to know to choose a horse? What will my horse need for housing, feed, exercise? How much will all this cost? Medical terms, handling techniques, and a compendium of breeds are included.

For adults who dream of horseback riding but didn't learn to ride as children, this book offers step-by-step advice for achieving that dream. Topics include finding an instructor, assessing horse health, purchasing horse tack and supplies, buying your own horse, and much more.

Photographs and illustrations

▶ 36,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

throughout

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-58017-078-9; No. 67078

Mike Smith

▶ 47,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-082-6; No. 67082

Judith Dutson

Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout 176 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

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ISBN 978-1-58017-081-9; No. 67081 Photographs and illustrations throughout 160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•


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C herry H i ll’ s H orse K eep i ng S k i lls L i brary “A valuable resource to anyone thinking of keeping their horses at home for the first time or thinking of moving to a new farm.” — Chronicle of the Horse

Trailering Your Horse Cherry Hill

Trailering horses doesn’t have to be stressful. Everything you need to know about selecting, maintaining, and operating trailers and safely transporting horses is covered here by Cherry Hill. Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN ISBN 978-1-58017-176-2; No. 67176 Photographs and illustrations

Horse Hoof Care Cherry Hill & Richard Klimesh

Good hoof care is key to every horse’s health and performance. This complete guide explains hoof anatomy, the farrier’s role, and the importance of daily routines and consistent care — if it affects horse foot health, it’s explained in this book.

Stablekeeping Cherry Hill

From design to management to maintenance, good stablekeeping minimizes repair expenses, reduces feed and veterinary bills, keeps horses safe and content, and provides a pleasant workplace for owners and riders. ▶ 35,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage Cherry Hill

BEST SELLER!

Provide the best equine care while maintaining responsible land practices. Cherry Hill shows how in this thoroughly updated, full-color edition of her best-selling classic on horsekeeping. Hill first explains the behavior and the physical and emotional needs of horses, then teaches readers how to choose an appropriate management style. Careful planning and diligent routines result in efficient operations and happy horses.

throughout

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-175-5; No. 67175

160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-60342-088-4; No. 62088

Photographs and illustrations

▶ 221,000 copies in print

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

Paper: $24.95 US / $29.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

throughout

160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

ISBN 978-1-58017-535-7; No. 67535

320 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

160 pages; 8½ × 10‡/•

Full-color; photographs and

A rena P ocket G u i des

Arena Pocket Guides by Cherry Hill The Exercise Books You’ll Want with You in the Ring Strengthen both English and Western riding skills with these compact, easy-to-use guides. Each workbook includes illustrated instructions, arena maps, exercise benefits, safety tips, and a Test Your Skills section.

All books in the series: Paper with wire-o binding: $9.95 US / $11.95 CAN Illustrations throughout 32 pages; 4⁄/¢ × 8

Horse Handling & Grooming Cherry Hill

Beginning English Exercises

Beginning Western Exercises

ISBN 978-1-58017-044-4

ISBN 978-1-58017-045-1

No. 67044

No. 67045

Intermediate Western Exercises

Award-winning horse handler Cherry Hill offers a wealth of practical advice on mastering essential skills for maintaining consistent equine well-being. More than 350 photographs show techniques for grooming, clipping, bathing, braiding, and more.

Horse Health Care Cherry Hill

Packed with useful advice on mastering dozens of essential health-care skills and illustrated with step-by-step photographs, this volume covers wound care, leg wrapping, injections, dental exams, basic restraint, and more. ▶ 62,000 copies in print Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Advanced Western Exercises

▶ 123,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-0-88266-955-7; No. 66955

Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-58017-046-8

ISBN 978-1-58017-047-5

Photographs and illustrations

No. 67046

No. 67047

throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-956-4; No. 66956

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Title index

#

Cleaning Plain & Simple............................52

E

CloneBrews...................................................55

Easy-Gaited Horses....................................85

Coffee Time..................................................56

Eating Aliens................................................38

at Home, The.........................................58

Cold-Climate Gardening............................32

Electric Fencing...........................................17

Horse & Rider........................................87

Beginning English Exercises......................91

College Cookbook, The.............................62

Equine Fitness..............................................85

101 Designer One-Skein Wonders.........68

Beginning Western Exercises...................91

Compact Cabins..........................................50

Equipping Your Horse Farm......................88

101 Dressage Exercises

Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs........69

Competing in Western

Essential Guide to Calving........................44

Beginner’s Guide to Hunting Deer for Food, The..........................................38

2-at-a-Time Socks.......................................68 40 Fundamentals of English Riding.........85

Beginner’s Guide to Preserving Food

101 Arena Exercises for

for Horse & Rider..................................87

Big Book of Preserving the Harvest, The...................................58

101 Drill Team Exercises for Horse & Rider..................................87 101 Ground Training Exercises for Every Horse & Handler.................87 101 Horsemanship &

Bird Brainteasers.........................................81 Bird Watching Answer Book, The...........81 Birdfeeders, Shelters & Baths..................81 Blacksmith’s Craft, The.............................39

Shows & Events.....................................86

Essential Guide to

Complete Compost Gardening Guide, The.........................28 Complete Guide to Saving Seeds, The..............................................29 Complete Houseplant

Color Knitting Techniques, The.........67 Essential Oils Book, The............................75 Ever-Blooming Flower Garden, The........33 Eye See You..................................................84

F

Bonsai Survival Manual.............................35

Survival Manual, The...........................35

Braiding Manes and Tails..........................90

Connect-the-Shapes Crochet Motifs.....69

Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders......72

for Horse & Rider..................................87

Bread Making: A Home Course...............60

Continuous Container Gardens...............35

Fabric Surface Design................................71

101 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies.....62

Brew Chem 101...........................................55

Cookie Craft.................................................64

Facelift at Your Fingertips.........................75

250 Treasured Country Desserts............60

Brew Like a Pro............................................55

Cookie Craft Christmas.............................64

Fallscaping....................................................32

365 Ways to Energize

Brew Ware....................................................54

Cordials from Your Kitchen......................56

Family Butterfly Book, The........................79

Mind, Body & Soul................................76

Brewing Made Easy, 2nd edition.............54

Country Tea Parties....................................64

Family Cow, The..........................................44

500 Treasured Country Recipes..............60

Build a Classic Timber-Framed House...48

Covering Ground.........................................32

Farm Anatomy.............................................36

Build Your Own Beekeeping

Creating an Herbal Bodycare

Felt It!.............................................................67

Equitation Patterns...............................87 101 Jumping Exercises

A

Equipment...............................................10

Business..................................................77

Fence Bible, The..........................................47

ADHD Alternatives....................................77

Build Your Own Low-Cost Log Home.....49

Creating Fairy Garden Fragrances...........72

Fences for Pasture & Garden...................47

Advanced Western Exercises...................91

Building Small Barns,

Crochet Answer Book, The.......................70

Feng Shui Dos & Taboos............................53

Crochet One-Skein Wonders..................... 2

Feng Shui Tips for a Better Life...............53

American Craft Beer Cookbook, The.....20

Sheds & Shelters...................................47

Among Wild Horses...................................88

Building Stone Walls..................................50

Apple Cookbook..........................................61

Building with Stone.....................................50

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Aromatherapy Companion, The..............76

By Candlelight..............................................76

Dave Miller’s Homebrewing Guide.........55

Fix, Freeze, Feast.........................................62

Daylilies.........................................................34

Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook, The........46, 66

Deckscaping.................................................32

Flower Gardener’s Bible, The...................33

Candlemaker’s Companion, The.............74

Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden..........29

Foaling Primer, The....................................89

B

Candy Construction...................................64

Designer Plant Combinations..................33

Foliage............................................................33

Canine Sports & Games............................80

Designing Your Gardens

Fowl Play.......................................................42

Backyard Bird-Lover’s Guide, The...........81

Caring for Perennials..................................34

and Landscapes.....................................32

Fresh Egg Cookbook, The.........................61

Backyard Cow, The.....................................44

Carrots Love Tomatoes..............................26

Dirt-Cheap Green Thumb, The................34

Fresh Honey Cookbook, The....................22

Backyard Goat, The....................................44

Cast On, Bind Off.......................................65

Dishing Up® Maine.....................................57

From Vines to Wines.................................56

Backyard Foraging......................................... 5

Cat Behavior Answer Book, The..............80

Dishing Up® Maryland...............................57

Fruit Gardener’s Bible, The.......................28

Backyard Homestead, The........................39

Catch the Wind, Harness the Sun..........79

Dishing Up® Oregon...................................57

Around the Corner Crochet Borders......69 At Knit’s End................................................66 Attracting Native Pollinators....................45

C

Finding Good Farmland............................... 4 Fish Grilled & Smoked...............................59

G

Cattle Health Handbook, The..................44

Dishing Up® Vermont ...............................57

Farm Animals, The...............................39

Celebration of Motherhood, A................76

Dishing Up® Virginia.................................... 9

Backyard Lumberjack, The.......................38

Cellaring Wine.............................................56

Dishing Up® Washington..........................57

Garden Stone...............................................32

Backyard Sheep, The..................................11

Chai................................................................64

Dock Manual, The......................................49

Gardener’s A–Z Guide to Growing

Baking Answer Book, The.........................60

Cherry Hill’s Horsekeeping Almanac.....89

Dog Behavior Answer Book, The............80

Barnheart......................................................39

Chick Days....................................................43

Dog Heroes..................................................84

Barnyard Games & Puzzles.......................83

Chicken Coops.............................................46

Donkey Companion, The .........................45

Organic Food, The................................26

Barnyard Read-and-Play

Chicken Encyclopedia, The.......................43

Don’t Throw It, Grow It!............................35

Gardener’s Bug Book, The........................34 Gardener’s Guide

Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising

Games on Horseback.................................82

Flowers from Seed to Bloom, The.....33 Gardener’s A–Z Guide to Growing

Chicken Games & Puzzles........................83

Donut Book, The.........................................63

Chicken Health Handbook, The..............42

Dorm Room Feng Shui...............................53

to Plant Diseases, The.........................34

Livestock & Game.................................41

Christmas Trees..........................................36

Down & Dirty!..............................................34

Gardener’s Weed Book, The....................34

Basics of Western Riding, The.................86

Cider..............................................................61

Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Cat Care......81

Getting Started with

Be Your Own House Contractor..............49

Circular Knitting Workshop......................65

Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Dog Care.....81

Beading Answer Book, The.......................70

City Gardener’s Handbook, The..............34

Draft Horses and Mules ...........................45

Beekeeping...................................................45

Classic Hewn-Log House, The.................50

Drawn to Nature ........................................78

Riding Lessons.......................................90

Beginner’s Guide to Edible

Classic Zucchini Cookbook, The.............60

Dream Cottages..........................................48

Getting Your First Horse...........................90

Cleaner Plate Club, The............................62

Dream Horses..............................................84

Ghoulish Goodies........................................64

Sticker Book, The..................................82 Basic Butchering of

Herbs, The..............................................30

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Beef & Dairy Cattle..............................44 Getting the Most from


title index

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Good Life Lab, The.....................................13

Homebuilt Winery, The.............................56

K

Maple Syrup Cookbook.............................61

Good-to-Go Cookbook, The.....................63

Homegrown Herbs.....................................30

Kayak Companion, The.............................78

Melt & Mold Soap Crafting......................74

Grasses..........................................................33

Homegrown Honey Bees...........................45

Keep Chickens!............................................42

Mend It Better.............................................72

Grass-Fed Cattle.........................................44

Homegrown Whole Grains.......................28

Keep Out!........................................................ 8

Milk-Based Soaps.......................................74

Great Outdoors

HomeMade...................................................48

Keeping a Nature Journal..........................78

Mobile Poultry Slaughterhouse, The......16

Homemade Root Beer, Soda & Pop........54

Keeping Livestock Healthy.......................41

Modular Home, The...................................48

Homemade Soda.........................................54

Keeping the Harvest...................................58

Mom’s Best Crowd-Pleasers....................63

Homeowner’s Complete Tree & Shrub

Kids’ Building Workshop, The..................49

Mom’s Best One-Dish Suppers...............63

Games & Puzzles, The.........................83 Green Guide for Horse Owners and Riders, The.....................................86 Greenhorns...................................................37

Handbook, The......................................31

Kiss My Aster..............................................31

Monte Burch’s Pole Building Projects....49

Grow Your Handmade Business..............65

Homeowner's Energy Handbook............51

Kitten Owner’s Manual, The....................81

More Homebrew Favorites.......................54

Growing & Using Herbs Successfully.....30

Hooked on Crochet....................................69

Knit & Crochet Ponchos, Wraps,

Mulch It!........................................................28

Growing Chinese Vegetables

Horse Behavior Problem Solver, The.....86

Capes & Shrugs!....................................69

Horse Breeds of North America..............88

Knit One, Bead Too....................................69

Horse Breeds Poster Book, The...............84

Knit One, Felt Too.......................................67

in Your Own Backyard.........................28 Growing Tasty Tropical Plants

My First Farm Friends: Books in a Barn......................................83

in Any Home, Anywhere.....................35

Horse Care for Kids....................................82

Knit Scarves!................................................66

N

Growing Your Herb Business...................30

Horse Conformation Handbook, The.....89

Knit Socks!....................................................66

Natural BabyCare........................................76

Guide to Canning, Freezing, Curing

Horse Crazy!................................................82

Knit Your Socks on Straight......................15

Natural Foot Care.......................................76

Horse Doctor Is In, The.............................90

Knitter’s Life List, The................................70

Natural Soap Book, The............................74

Horse Farm Read-and-Play

Knitting Answer Book, The.......................70

Natural Stonescapes..................................32

Sticker Book, The..................................82

Knitting Loves Crochet..............................69

Naturally Clean Home, The......................52

Hand Dyeing Yarn and Fleece..................67

Horse Games & Puzzles............................83

Knitting Rules!.............................................66

Naturally Healthy Hair...............................76

Hand Printing from Nature.......................72

Horse Handling & Grooming....................91

Knowing Horses..........................................89

Naturally Healthy Skin...............................76

Handmade Marketplace, The..................65

Horse Health Care......................................91

Kristin Knits..................................................67

Nature Connection, The............................78

Hands-On Healing Remedies...................75

Horse Hoof Care.........................................91

Happy Baby, Happy You............................76

Horse Nutrition Handbook, The..............89

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Happy Cat, Happy You..............................80

Horse Sense.................................................90

Landowner's Guide to Managing

Happy Dog, Happy You.............................80

Horse Show Read-and-Play

& Smoking Meat, Fish & Game, A....59

H

Hardy Succulents........................................33

Nature Journal.............................................78 Nature’s Art Box..........................................73 New England Clam

Your Woods, A......................................51

Shack Cookbook, The..........................57

Sticker Book, The..................................82

Landscaping with Fruit...............................28

New Woodburner’s Handbook, The.......38 North American CloneBrews...................55

Horse Showing for Kids.............................82

Lawn & Garden Owner’s Manual, The....31

Own Chicks............................................43

Horse Training Problem Solver, The.......86

Let It Rot!......................................................28

Hatching & Brooding Your “Have-More” Plan, The.............................38

Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage..........91

Life Cycles of Butterflies, The .................79

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Healthy Bones & Joints..............................77

Horses & Friends Poster Book.................84

Live More, Want Less ...............................53

One-Minute Cleaner

Healthy College Cookbook, The..............62

Horses in Action!........................................84

Livestock Guardians...................................45

Herb Gardener, The...................................30

Hot Sauce!....................................................63

Lobster!.........................................................57

Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends.................63

Hot Tubs, Saunas & Steam Baths...........51

Locavore Way, The.....................................61

Herbal Antibiotics.......................................77

How Carrots Won the Trojan War..........36

Low-Cost Pole Building Construction.....49

Herbal Home Remedy Book, The............75

How to Build Animal Housing..................46

Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders............68

Herbal Home Spa, The..............................75

How to Build Paths, Steps & Footbridges.............................49

Herbal Remedies for Children’s Health....77 Herbal Remedy Gardens...........................30

How to Build Small

Plain & Simple, The..............................52 One-Minute Organizer A to Z Storage Solutions, The...........52 One-Minute Organizer Plain & Simple, The..............................52 One-Skein Wonders...................................68

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One-Yard Wonders.....................................72

Made from Scratch.....................................39

Organic Body Care Recipes......................75

Herbal Tea Gardens....................................30

Barns & Outbuildings...........................47

Mailboxes.....................................................72

Organic Farming Manual, The.................37

Herbal Teas..................................................64

How to Build Your Own Greenhouse.....47

Making & Using Dried Foods...................58

Organic Lawn Care Manual, The............31

Herbal Vinegar............................................63

How to Keep a Dream Journal.................76

Making Aromatherapy

Organizing Plain & Simple........................52

Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver.......77

How to Sleep Soundly Tonight.................76

Creams & Lotions.................................75

Outdoor Shower, The................................51

Herbs for Natural Beauty..........................77

How to Think Like a Horse.......................88

Making Bent Willow Furniture.................74

Outdoor Stonework....................................34

Hiking Companion, The.............................78

Humane Livestock Handling....................41

Making Bentwood Trellises,

Outdoor Water Features...........................34

Hive Management......................................45

Arbors, Gates & Fences......................74

Outdoor Woodwork...................................34 Oxen...............................................................45

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Making Felted Friends................................67

Home Creamery, The................................60

Improv Sewing.............................................71

Making Herbal Dream Pillows.................72

Home Plan Doctor......................................48

Incense..........................................................76

Making Music..............................................73

Home Sausage Making..............................59

Intermediate Western Exercises.............91

Making Natural Liquid Soaps...................74

Pamper Yourself (Series)..........................76

Making Rag Rugs........................................72

Paper Illuminated........................................74

Making Transparent Soap.........................74

Papermaker’s Companion, The................74 Papermaking with Garden Plants &

Home Cheese Making...............................60

Home Water Supply, The.........................47 Home Winemaker’s Companion, The....56

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Homebrew Favorites..................................54

Joy of Gardening.........................................36

Making Wild Wines & Meads.................56

Homebrewer's Answer Book, The..........55

Jumping for Kids.........................................82

Making Your Small Farm Profitable........36

Common Weeds...................................74

Homebrewer’s Garden, The.....................54

Just In Case..................................................51

Maple Sugar.................................................61

Parent’s Guide to Riding Lessons, A.......85

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Peaches and Other Juicy Fruits...............61

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Storey’s Guide to Raising Beef Cattle....40

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Perennial Care Manual, The.....................31

Saving Seeds................................................29

Storey’s Guide to Raising

Vegetable Gardener’s Bible, The.............27

Perennial Gardener’s

Scarecrows...................................................73

Chickens...........................................40, 43

Design Primer, The...............................31

Sea Life Games & Puzzles.........................83

Storey’s Guide to Raising Dairy Goats....41

Perfect Pumpkin, The.................................36

Seascape Gardening...................................32

Storey’s Guide to Raising Ducks.............40

Perfumes, Splashes & Colognes..............75

Secret Life of Beer!, The............................54

Storey’s Guide to Raising Horses............86

Bible, The................................................27

Peter Leone's Show Jumping Clinic........85

Secret Lives of Backyard Bugs, The........79

Storey’s Guide to Raising Llamas............41

Veggie Gardener's Answer Book, The.....26

Petting Farm Poster Book, The................84

Secrets of Plant Propagation....................29

Storey’s Guide to Raising Meat Goats....41

Vertical Vegetables & Fruit ......................26

Pickled Pantry, The.....................................58

Secrets to Great Soil..................................28

Storey’s Guide to Raising

Vegetable Gardener’s Book of Building Projects, The..........................47 Vegetable Gardener’s Container

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Picnic..............................................................60

Seed Sowing and Saving............................29

Miniature Livestock..............................41

PlyDesign......................................................49

Serving Up the Harvest.............................58

Storey’s Guide to Raising Pigs.................40

Wabi Sabi......................................................53

Pocketful of Poultry....................................43

Sew & Stow..................................................71

Storey’s Guide to Raising Poultry............40

Weather!.......................................................79

Pony Play Games & Puzzles.....................83

Sew Up a Home Makeover.......................71

Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits...........40

Weather-Resilient Garden, The...............32

Poolscaping..................................................32

Sew What! Bags..........................................71

Storey’s Guide to Raising Sheep..............40

Week-by-Week Vegetable

Pop-Out & Paint Farm Animals...............19

Sew What! Fleece.......................................71

Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys,

Pop-Out & Paint Horse Breeds................83

Sew What! Skirts........................................71

3rd Edition..............................................41

Western Practice Lessons.........................86

Practical Guide to

Gardener’s Handbook..........................27

Sewing Answer Book, The........................70

Storey’s Guide to Training Horses..........86

What Color Is Your Swimming Pool?.....51

Container Gardening, The..................35

Sewing School..............................................73

Storey’s Horse-Lover’s Encyclopedia......89

What Every Horse Should Know.............88

Preserving Wild Foods...............................59

Sewing School 2..........................................14

Storey’s Illustrated Breed Guide to

What’s That Bird?.......................................81

Pruning Answer Book, The.......................26

Shell Chic......................................................53

Pruning Made Easy.....................................29

Show Me a Story.........................................73

Pumpkin, A Super Food for

Simple Fountains.........................................74

Sheep, Goats, Cattle, and Pigs..........45 Storey’s Illustrated Guide to 96 Horse Breeds of North America....................88 Storey’s Illustrated Guide to

Wild Animals of North America.............84 Wild Turkeys................................................38 Window Boxes.............................................35

All 12 Months of the Year..................61

Simple Ways to Energize..........................76

Puppy Owner’s Manual, The....................81

Simple Ways to Relax................................76

Poultry Breeds.......................................43

Put ’em Up!...................................................59

Skirt-a-Day Sewing.....................................12

Successful Small-Scale Farming..............36

Home Repair Guide, The....................53

Put ’em Up! Fruit........................................... 6

Small-Scale Livestock Farming.................36

Sweater Chop Shop, The...........................71

Woodland Style...........................................53

Q Quilting Answer Book, The.......................70

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Snowshoe Experience, The.......................78 Soap Crafting...............................................18

Winemaker’s Answer Book, The.............56 Woman’s Hands-On

Woodstove Cookery...................................58

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WoodsWalk..................................................78

Soapmaker’s Companion, The.................74

Tabletop Gardens........................................35

Woodworking FAQ.....................................48

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders................68

Tag, Toss & Run...........................................79

World of Cake, A........................................62

Soul Support Book, The.............................76

Taking Time for Friends.............................76

Rabbit Housing............................................46

Spa of Your Own, A....................................76

Taking Time for Tea....................................64

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Raising a Calf for Beef...............................44

Spinner's Book of Yarn Designs, The.....67

Taking Up Riding as an Adult...................90

Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, The.....27

Raising a Team Player................................78

Stable Smarts...............................................89

Tan Your Hide!.............................................44

Your Calf.......................................................42

Raptor!...........................................................79

Stablekeeping...............................................91

Tasting Beer ................................................55

Your Chickens..............................................42

Raw Energy...................................................63

Starter Vegetable Gardens.......................26

Teaching Safe Horsemanship...................86

Your Goats....................................................42

Real Food for Cats......................................80

Starting & Running

Things I Learned from Knitting . . .

Your Guinea Pig...........................................42

Real Food for Dogs.....................................80 Recipes from the Root Cellar...................58

Your Own Horse Business..................88 Starting & Running

whether I wanted to or not.................66

Your Horse....................................................90

Timber Frame Construction.....................48

Your Pony, Your Horse...............................42

Reclaiming Our Food..................................37

Your Own Small Farm Business.........37

Tips for the Lazy Gardener.......................29

Your Puppy, Your Dog................................42

Recycled Crafts Box....................................73

Starting Seeds..............................................29

Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks........................68

Your Rabbit...................................................42

Reinventing the Chicken Coop.................46

Step-by-Step Outdoor Stonework...........50

Tomato: A Fresh-from-the-Vine

Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off........66

Cookbook................................................60

Sheds & Outbuildings..........................47

Stone Primer................................................50

Trail Riding....................................................85

Ride the Right Horse..................................85

Stonework.....................................................50

Trailering Your Horse.................................91

Rider’s Fitness Program, The...................85

Storey's Barn Guide to

Trash-to-Treasure Papermaking...............73

Renovating Barns,

Rider’s Problem Solver, The.....................86 Riding for Kids.............................................82

Horse Handling and Grooming..........90 Storey’s Barn Guide to

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Right Rose, Right Place..............................33

Horse Health Care + First Aid...........90

Unclutter Your Home.................................52

Root Cellaring..............................................59

Storey’s Barn Guide to Sheep..................46

Unclutter Your Mind..................................52

Rosemary Gladstar’s Herbal Recipes

Storey’s Basic Country Skills....................39

Under the Sea Poster Book.......................84

Storey's Guide to Growing Organic

Uniquely Felt................................................67

for Vibrant Health.................................77 Rosemary Gladstar's Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner's Guide..........30, 77

Orchard Fruits........................................37 Storey's Guide to Growing Organic

Roses Love Garlic........................................26

Vegetables & Herbs for Market........37

Rustic Retreats............................................48

Storey’s Guide to Keeping Honey Bees.....41

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USDF Guide to Dressage, The.................85

Z Zen Mind, Zen Horse.................................89


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Carlsen, Spike..............................................49

Erickson, Laura............................................81

Adkins, Dorcas............................................74

Carroll, Ricki.................................................60

Erler, Catriona Tudor..................................32

Hoskins, Patricia.........................................72

Allen, Linda L. .............................................87

Castella, Krystina........................................62

Evans-Hylton, Patrick................................... 9

Hovanec, Helene..................................56, 83

Anderson, Sarah..........................................67

Cavitch, Susan Miller.................................74

Art, Henry W. .............................................78

Chadwick, Janet..........................................58

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Aubrey, Sarah Beth.....................................37

Chand, Elise Gaston...................................85

Failor, Catherine..........................................74

Holl, John......................................................20

Hubbard, Clare............................................72 Hughes, Steve..............................................56

Chapin, Kari..................................................65

Faiola, Anne-Marie.....................................18

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Chapple, Judy..............................................90

Farrell-Kingsley, Kathy...............................60

Immergut, Debra.........................................71

Bader, Beth...................................................62

Chattman, Lauren.......................................60

ffrench, Crispina..........................................71

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Baldwin, Edward A. ...................................81

Chesman, Andrea.........................58, 60, 63

Fierro, Ethan.................................................51

Ballou, Jec Aristotle............................85, 87

Chioffi, Nancy..............................................58

Fisher, Joe and Dennis...............................54

Jabbour, Niki................................................27

Barnes, Lexie................................................71

Choiniere, Joseph........................................81

Fleming, Severine von Tscharner............37

Jacobs, Betty E. M. ....................................30

Fryer, Janice.................................................64

Jahiel, Jessica...............................................86

Barney, Danny.............................................37

Cobb, Tanya Denckla.................................37

Barteau, Yvonne..........................................85

Cohen, Stephanie.................................31, 32

Belanger, Jerry.............................................41

Conroy, Drew...............................................45

Beneke, Jeff..................................................47

Cook, Heather..............................................86

Gannon, Linda..............................................72

Jaussi, Kimberly S.......................................85

Benjamin, Ali................................................62

Cooper, Jane................................................58

Garnett, Larry W........................................48

Jensen, Candi........................................66, 69

Bennett, Bob..........................................40, 46

Costenbader, Carol W. ............................58

Gartland, Ashley.........................................57

Jessop, Carol................................................71

Bennett, Steve..............................................82

Cotler, Amy..................................................61

Gelfand, Dale Evva.....................................76

Jeswald, Peter..............................................49

Bennett-Talbot, Betty.................................82

Cousin, Pierre Jean.....................................75

Gianino, Andrew.........................................48

Johnson, Dean.............................................35

Berlow, Ali....................................................16

Cox, Jeff........................................................56

Gillett, Michelle...........................................76

Jordan, Marynor..........................................60

Berry, Susan.................................................35

Cramer, James.............................................35

Gladstar, Rosemary.............................30, 77

Juris, Paul M. ..............................................85

Bestor, Leslie Ann....................................... 65

Cresswell, Stephen.....................................54

Glickman, Joe..............................................78

Janson, Lee W., Ph.D.................................55

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Janssen, Mary Beth....................................76

Bethmann, Laura.........................................72

Crowe, Alison..............................................56

Golding, Claire Mowbray..........................81

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Birutta, Gale.................................................41

Curran, Wanda L. ......................................42

Gough, Robert.............................................29

Kelaidis, Gwen Moore...............................33

Blum, Nicole.................................................71

Curtis, Alice.................................................15

Grandin, Temple..........................................41

Kelley, Brent, DVM.....................................90

Griffith, Roger..............................................48

Kennedy, David Daniel..............................53

Grummer, Arnold E....................................73

Kidd, Randy, DVM, Ph.D..........................81

Gulling, Rich.................................................56

Kilarski, Barbara..........................................42

Bonney, Richard E. ..............................41, 45 Booth, Nancy M. ........................................75

D

Bowers, Sharon............................................64

Damerow, Gail..................................................

Bradbury, Zoë Ida....................................... 37

....................... 36, 39, 40, 42, 43, 45, 47

Kimball, Cheryl............................................82

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Klimesh, Richard..................................88, 91

Bradley, Steve..............................................35

Davis-Hollander, Lawrence......................60

Braren, Ken...................................................48

Dawson, Jan.................................................86

Haas, Jessie..................................................82

Klober, Kelly.................................................40

Bredesen, Sara Thomson..........................41

Deesing, Mark.............................................41

Haedrich, Ken..............................................61

Koffman, Deb...............................................76

Breedlove, Greta.........................................75

Delmar, Diana.......................................81, 90

Halloran, Ed..................................................56

Kujawski, Jennifer.......................................27

Bridgewater, Alan and Gill........................34

Delmonte, Patti...........................................80

Halpin, Anne................................................32

Kujawski, Ron...............................................27

Brown, Kathleen..........................................64

Denckla, Tanya L. K. ..................................26

Hamilton, Allan J., MD .............................89

Bryant, Jennifer O. .....................................85

DenHartog, Francesca...............................71

Hanna, Kathleen Cannata.........................63

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Bubel, Mike and Nancy.............................59

Dennis, Dianna R. ...............................85, 87

Hansen, Ann Larkin.................4, 17, 37, 51

Landers, Jackson.........................................38

Buhner, Stephen Harrod............................77

Dodt, Colleen K. ..................................75, 76

Hard, Roger..................................................49

Langstaff, John............................................73

Burch, Monte........................................47, 49

Dohner, Janet Vorwald..............................45

Harrington, Geri...................................28, 62

Laubach, Christyna M. and René............79

Burns, Deborah............................................89

Dojny, Brooke..............................................57

Harrison, Kathy...........................................51

Lawrence, Mike...........................................50

Burns, Max...................................................49

Donahue, Margaret M...............................53

Hart, Rhonda Massingham.........26, 29, 34

Leone, Peter.................................................85

Burris, Judy...................................................79

Drowns, Glenn.............................................40

Hartung, Tammi..........................................30

Leslie, Clare Walker...................................78

Bushway, Stephen.......................................38

Dubé, Richard L. ........................................32

Haynes, N. Bruce, DVM............................41

Lewis, Ashton..............................................55

Butler, Carol A.............................................89

Durant, Judith.................................. 2, 68, 69

Heldmann, Carl...........................................49

Lewis, Charni................................................90

Byers, Dorie..................................................30

Durston, Diane............................................53

Heller, Barbara L.........................................76

Lewis, Colin..................................................35

Dutson, Judith......................................88, 90

Herd, Tim......................................................61

Lisle, Andria..........................................14, 73

Herrick, Lyn..................................................53

Littlefield, Cindy A...............................19, 83

Hiebert, Helen.............................................74

Long, Jim................................................72, 74 Lutzen, Karl F. .............................................54

C Caduto, Michael J. ....................................79

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Calhoun, Scott.............................................33

Eames, Alan D.............................................54

Hill, Cherry............... 42, 82, 87, 88, 89, 91

Callahan, Gail..............................................67

Eastman, Wilbur F., Jr. .............................59

Hill, Lewis........................ 26, 28, 29, 32, 36

Cameron, Brenda and Brian.....................74

Eckman, Edie.................................... 2, 69, 70

Hill, Lewis and Nancy..................31, 33, 34

Camp, Carole Ann......................................71

Edwards, Victoria H. .................................76

Hobson, Phyllis.....................................44, 58

MacCrellish, Elizabeth...............................53

Campbell, Frederick C. .............................32

Ekarius, Carol........... 36, 40, 43, 45, 46, 66

Hoffmann, David.........................................77

Macher, Ron.................................................36

Campbell, Stu.......................................28, 47

Ellis, Barbara W............................26, 29, 32

Holcomb, Rachel.........................................62

Macunovich, Janet...............................32, 34

Carlomagno, Mary......................................53

Engler, Nick..................................................47

Holderread, Dave........................................40

Madigan, Carleen.......................................39

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Mahnken, Jan...............................................81

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Tilgner, Linda...............................................29

Maine, Sandy...............................................77

Pace, Maggie................................................67

Sams, Debbie Kay.......................................87

Tkacsik, Lindsay..........................................62

Makela, Casey.............................................74

Pangman, Judy.............................................46

Sanderfoot, Alan E. ...................................51

Tourles, Stephanie........................63, 75, 76

Manalo, Paula..............................................37

Pearl, Sue......................................................67

Sanford, Malcolm T. .................................41

Townsend, Sara Begg.................................35

Manikowski, John.......................................59

Pearl-McPhee, Stephanie..........................66

Sayer, Maggie..............................................41

Tredway, Catherine....................................48

Marcin, Marietta Marshall.......................30

Peary, Danny ...............................................78

Scheckel, Paul..............................................51

Tremayne, Wendy Jehanara.....................13

Maria, Donna...............................................75

Peery, Susan Mahnke.................................59

Schloss, Andrew..........................................54

Tukey, Paul.............................................31, 79

Marshall, Marlene Hurley.........................53

Pelzel, Raquel...............................................59

Schmidt, Philip.............................................49

Turner, Carole B. ........................................29

Marshall, Roger...........................................47

Perry, Leonard..............................................28

Schneider, Peter..........................................33

Martin, Byron E. .........................................35

Peterson, Deborah......................................35

Schneller, Lee...............................................33

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Martin, Deborah L......................................28

Peterson, Valerie.........................................64

Schrider, Don...............................................41

Van Loon, Dirk.............................................44

Martin, Laura C. .........................................73

Philbrick, Frank and Stephen....................38

Schroeder, Roger.........................................48

Vargas, Pattie...............................................56

Martin, Laurelynn G. .................................35

Pisano, Tony.................................................10

Schwenke, Karl............................................36

Vinton, Sherri Brooks............................ 6, 59

Masterton, Laurey......................................22

Pitzer, Sara...................................................28

Searle, Nancy...............................................42

Vivian, John..................................................50

McCarthy, Betsy Lee..................................66

Pleasant, Barbara........... 26, 28, 32, 34, 35

Sekora, Chaila..............................................71

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McClure, Susan...........................................30

Plumley, Amie Petronis......................14, 73

Sellnow, Les..................................................89

McCreary, Rosemary.................................35

Poe, Rhonda Hart........................................85

Selsam, Millicent.........................................35

Wallin, Betsy................................................83

McCully, John J. .........................................85

Pomeranz, Lynne.........................................88

Severson, Mike............................................51

Walter, Claire...............................................78

McDonald, Mary Ashby............................88

Powell, Eileen...............................................33

Sheehy, Harry..............................................78

Ward, Lesley................................................82

McElroy, Kevin.............................................46

Proulx, Annie................................................61

Siegel-Maier, Karyn.............................52, 76

Wardwell, Joyce A. ....................................75

Simmons, Paula...........................................40

Waterman, Dennis L. ................................51

Smallin, Donna............................................52

Weaver, Sue ...........................11, 41, 44, 45 Weingarten, Matthew................................59

McFarland, Cynthia....................................89 McNeil, Hollie H. .......................................85

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McRaven, Charles................................39, 50

Raboff, Fran..................................................60

Smith, Charles W. G. ..................30, 32, 79

Mead, Gretchen..........................................58

Radcliffe, Margaret.......................65, 67, 70

Smith, Edward C. .......................................27

Westerman, C. Kaila..................................74

Medeiros, Tracey........................................57

Ralston, Nancy C........................................60

Smith, Mike..................................................90

White, Christine..........................................67

Mehus-Roe, Kristin.....................................80

Raymond, Dick............................................36

Smith, Nicole................................................12

Wiseman, Ann Sayre.................................73

Merrell, Patrick.......................42, 56, 81, 83

Reavis, Charles G. .....................................59

Snodgrass, Lucie L. ....................................57

Woginrich, Jenna.................................39, 43

Mettler, John J., Jr., DVM...........38, 41, 90

Reich, Lee......................................................28

Sobon, Jack A. ............................................48

Wolfe, Ralph.................................................49

Meyer, Karl...................................................84

Reppert, Bertha...........................................30

Spaziani, Gene.............................................56

Wolpe, Matthew.........................................46

Mikula, Rick..................................................79

Rezendes, Cheryl........................................71

Stanley, Jason..............................................62

Wong, Angi Ma...........................................53

Miller, Dave..................................................55

Rice, Alina.....................................................45

Starr, Emeline..............................................62

Woodier, Olwen..........................................61

Moore, Arden.......................................80, 81

Richards, Wayne.........................................79

Steege, Gwen W..................................62, 70

Worth, Melyni.............................................89

Moore-Gough, Cheryl................................29

Richter, Judy................................................82

Steinberg, Sally Levitt................................63

Morgan-Oakes, Melissa............................68

Riotte, Louise...............................................26

Stell, Elizabeth P. .......................................28

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Morris, Karen...............................................70

Roach, Kristin M.........................................72

Stevens, Mark..............................................54

Yaker, Rebecca............................................72

Morrison, Alethea.......................................45

Robbins, Michael W. ................................78

Stewart, Keith..............................................37

Yang, Linda...................................................34

Mosher, Randy............................................55

Robbins, Roanne..........................................35

Stiles, David and Jeanie............................48

Mothes, Lee.................................................... 8

Robertson, J. Craig and Barbara..............49

Storer, Pat.....................................................42

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Robinson, Ed and Carolyn.........................38

Storey, John and Martha...........................39

Xerces Society, The....................................45

Robson, Deborah.................................46, 66

Storey, Martha.............................................60

Neuburger, Emily K....................................73

Rogers, Marc................................................29

Stovel, DeeDee.....................................60, 61

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Neville, Kati..................................................62

Romm, Aviva and Tracy.............................77

Strickland, Charlene...................................86

Zachos, Ellen........................................... 5, 34

Nicholas, Kristin..........................................67

Rosen, Diana.........................................64, 76

Stuckey, Maggie..........................................64

Ziegler, Lee...................................................85

Nichols, Lew.................................................61

Roth, Charles E. ..........................................78

Szamatulski, Tess and Mark.....................55

Nimetz, Alexandra......................................62

Rothman, Julia ............................................36

Novak, G. E...................................................72

Rowan, Gerald ............................................50

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Rowell, Victoria...........................................79

Talbert, Barbara Weiland..........................70

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Ruechel, Julius ............................................44

Taylor, Kathleen..........................................67

Olaksen, Katherine.....................................53

Rupp, Rebecca......................................36, 79

Thomas, Heather Smith.................................

Ondra, Nancy J. ...........................31, 32, 33

Rushing, Felder............................................72

..................................... 40, 42, 44, 86, 89

Oppenheimer, Betty............................71, 74

Russell, Scott R. .........................................55

Thompson, Jennifer Trainer...............61, 63

Oster, Maggie..............................................63

Thomsen, Amanda.....................................31

O’Sullivan, Penelope............................26, 31

Thomson, Jess.............................................57

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Fujii Associates Kathy Bogs 10621 Tower Drive Orland Park, IL 60467 Tel: (708) 978-7826 Fax: (708) 949-8846 E-mail: kathybogs@fujiiassociates.com

West Coast & Southwest Book Travelers West Kurtis Lowe 2701 California Avenue SW, PMB 233 Seattle, WA 98116-2405 Tel: (206) 932-7865 Fax: (800) 440-0818 E-mail: kurtis@booktravelerswest.com

East Coast & Southeast Como Sales Inc. Steven Pace 225 Varick Street, 9th Floor New York, NY 10014 Tel: (212) 614-5689 Fax: (800) 521-1832 E-mail: steven@workman.com

U.S. Gift Sales Representatives ND, SD, NE, KS, MO, IA, MN, WI, MI Anne McGilvray & Co. Minneapolis Gift Mart 10301 Bren Road West Orange Gallery Room 378 Minnetonka, MN 55343 Tel: (952) 932-7153 Fax: (952) 912-0273 www.annemcgilvray.com

Southern CA, AZ, NM, Southern NV, HI California Marketing Associates 110 East 9th Street Suite C-1300 Los Angeles, CA 90079 Tel: (213) 452-7000 Fax: (213) 452-7010 www.cmagifts.com

NY, NJ, Eastern PA, DE, MD, VA, DC Ivystone Group 301 Commerce Drive Exton, PA 19341 Tel: (610) 524-6400 Fax: (610) 524-6429 www.ivystonegroup.net

ME, VT, NH, MA, CT, RI Eric Berman & Associates, Inc. 2 Cabot Road Showroom 116 Hudson, MA 07149 Tel: (978) 562-4200 Fax: (978) 562-4700 E-mail: eba@ebasales.com

NC, SC, GA, FL, TN, AL, MS, KY 225 Unlimited Inc. America’s Mart Suite 1718, 230 Spring Street Atlanta, GA 30303 Tel: (800) 679-0703 Fax: (404) 586-9224 Showroom: Atlanta Mart #1718 www.225unlimited.com

AR, LA, OK, TX

Anne McGilvray & Co. AMCI Showplace 2332 Valdina Street Dallas, TX 75207 Tel: (214) 638-4438 Fax: (214) 638-4440 www.annemcgilvray.com

Upstate NY

Helen Kaminski & Company 30 Rondout Lane Accord, NY 12404 Tel: (845) 626-0001 Fax: (845) 626-0001 E-mail: hkaminsky@hvc.rr.com

Northern CA, Northern NV Jenny Hammons & Associates 489 Powell Avenue Healdsburg, CA 95448 Tel: (707) 433-0700 Fax: (707) 433-0730 www.jennyhammonsco.com

IL

Rep Factor Inc. The Chicago Merchandise Mart Suite 13-608-610 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza Chicago, IL 60654 Tel: (847) 428-4020 Fax: (847) 426-4650

WA, OR, AK

Ted Weinstein & The Company He Keeps 6100 4th Avenue South Suite #282 Seattle, WA 98108 Tel: (206) 763-9474 Fax: (503) 223-8105

MT, ID, WY, UT, CO

The Long Sales Group 1669 Denver Merchant Market 451 East 58th Avenue Denver, CO 80216 Tel: (303) 294-0191 Fax: (303) 294-0193

IN, WV, Western PA, OH Singer/Son & Associates 6125 Dublin Road Delaware, OH 43015 Tel: (740) 811-1944 Fax: (740) 881-1988

International Orders Canada

Thomas Allen & Son Ltd. 390 Steelcase Road East Markham, ON L3R 1G2 Canada Tel: (905) 475-9126 Fax: (905) 475-6747

Asia & Middle East

Michelle Morrow Curreri 3 Eagle Lane Beverly, MA 01915 Tel: (978) 921-8020 Fax: (978) 921-7577 E-mail: michelle@curreriworldsvs.net

Australia

Capricorn Link Australia Pty Ltd. PO Box 704 Windsor NSW 2756 Australia Tel: 61-0245-601600 Fax: 61-0245-775288 E-mail: books@capricornlink.com.au www.capricornlink.com.au

Europe

Bill Bailey Publishers’ Representatives Devon TQ12 2HR Tel: 44-1626-331079 Fax: 44-1626-331080 E-mail: info@billbaileypubreps.co.uk

For discount information or to place an order, please contact Workman Publishing Company directly or a sales representative in your area. To place an order for gift or book sales, please call or write to: Workman Publishing Company 225 Varick Street New York, NY 10014-4381 Tel: (800) 722-7202 Fax: (212) 254-8098 NYC: (212) 254-5900 www.workman.com

Phone-In Order Representatives: Book & Gift Stores: Tel: (800) 967-5630 Tel: (800) 967-5635 Fax: (800) 521-1832 Fax: (800) 344-3482 Rep: Jean Vargas — ext. 7525 For credit and customer service issues call Workman Publishing at (800) 722-7202. ISBN: 978-1-61212-280-9; No. 622280 Printed in the United States

New Zealand

Susan Holmes Bookreps NZ Ltd 2/39 Woodside Avenue Northcote, Auckland 0627 New Zealand Tel: 0064 9 419 2635 Fax: 0064 9 419 2634 E-mail: Susan@bookreps.co.nz www.bookreps.co.nz

South Africa

Trinity Books CC PO Box 242 Randburg 2125 South Africa Tel: 27-11-787-4010/1 Fax: 27-11-787-8920 E-mail: trinity@iafrica.com

U.K.

Melia Publishing Services ONE St. Peter’s Road Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 7QU United Kingdom Tel: 01628 633673 Fax: 01628 635562 E-mail: melia@melia.co.uk

Latin America, Caribbean David Williams IMA / Intermediaamericana Ltd. PO Box 8734 London SE21 7ZF United Kingdom Tel: 44-20-7272-7113 E-mail: sales@intermediaamericana.com

All Other Countries Maribeth Casey, Rights Director 210 MASS MoCA Way North Adams, MA 01247 Tel: (413) 346-2135 Fax: (413) 346-2199 E-mail: maribeth.casey@storey.com

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