Books I am currently reading:
  • Really need to go to the library now....been without books for 2 weeks!  Oh the horror!
Books waiting to be read:
  • Need to go to the library this weekend :-)
Books I have recently finished reading:
  • Foxfire 6
  • City People's Guide to Country Living by Betsy & Hubbard Cobb - it's funny how things don't change much - except maybe the cost of things!!
  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Country Living by Kimberley Willis - I figured I would know everything by the time I read this book, but I actually learned a couple of new things.
  • Foxfire 5
  • American Terroir by Rowan Jacobsen - interesting - more about the tastes of different foods grown in different regions that about growing them
  • Foxfire 4
  • Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver - EXCELLENT book!!
  • The Herbal Home Companion by Theresa Loe
  • The New Organic Grower by Eliot Coleman - very informative, easy to read and understand
  • Fresh Food from Small Spaces by R.J. Ruppenthal - this is geared more for those still living in the city or suburbs who don't have a lot of space to garden.  Still informative.
  • The Joy of Keeping Chickens by Jennifer Megyesi
  • Country Acres: Country Wisdom for the Working Landscape by David Larkin
  • Savor the Moment by Nora Roberts
  • Pearls of Country Wisdom by Deborah S. Tukua - I may purchase these Pearls books (I have found 3 so far)
  • Pearls of Garden Wisdom by Deborah S. Tukua & Vicki West
  • Pearls of Kitchen Wisdom by Deborah S. Tukua
  • The Search by Nora Roberts
  • Home Wisdom by Jon Vara & the editors of The Old Farmer's Almanac
  • Chicken Tractor by Andy Lee & Pat Foreman
  • Back at the Farm by Barbara and Dick Deming
  • Raising Poultry the Modern Way by Leonard S. Mercia
  • You Can Farm by Joel Salatin - GREAT BOOK
  • Hands-On Agronomy by Kinsey & Walters - I didn't finish reading this book - read very much like a science textbook and was way over my head.
  • Foxfire 2
  • Foxfire 3 - I didn't realize there are 9 of these.  My FIL gave me the first 3 last year and they have a lot of old country lore, how to, and great stories!
  • Traditional Country Skills edited by Sheila Buff - was disappointed in this one - thought it would focus more on skills, instead it focused more on buildings and implements throughout the years; had some interesting items in it, but overall a let down
  • The Unsettling of America by Wendell Berry - kind of a let down - seems like a very angry person; had a hard time reading it
  • Making Your Small Farm Profitable by Ron Macher 

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