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You Can Stay Home with Your Kids! by Erin Odom
Investing your life in your family brings you joy, and doing it on a single income doesn’t need to stress you out! Join Erin Odom as she shows you how you can live frugally—and thrive—while you raise your kids at home in You Can Stay Home with Your Kids!
Woodturning Techniques by Mike Dunbar
Woodturning is a subject many furniture makers shy away from, opting for factory-turned furniture parts. But investing in a lathe and a modest collection of turning tools can open up a wide array of options.
Wal-Mart by Nelson Lichtenstein
A collection of essays that “do an incredible job of balancing the wonders and horrors of the force that is Wal-Mart ” ( Booklist , starred review). Edited by one of the nation’s preeminent labor historians, this book marks an ambitious effort to dissect the full extent of Wal-Mart’s business operations, its social effects, and its role in the United States and world economy.
The Natural Building Companion by Jacob Deva Racusin
Natural buildings not only bring satisfaction to their makers and joy to their occupants, they also leave the gentlest footprint on the environment.
Tiny New York by Suzi Siegel
Because in a giant city, sometimes the smallest things get overlooked. Meet the tiniest standouts in the Big Apple, from a baby dinosaur at the Museum of Natural History to a dinky basketball court in the Village that has produced some of sport’s biggest legends.
The Complete Guide to Decks 4th Edition by Creative Publishing
America’s best-selling deck book—better than ever In this revised and expanded fourth edition of the all-time bestselling book on decks, homeowners learn, in unsurpassed detail, the process of designing, building, and maintaining a deck.
The Ultimate Bicycle Owner’s Manual by Eben Weiss
Everything you need to know to purchase, maintain, and ride a bike for recreation, commuting, competition, travel, and beyond! From the bike world’s most beloved and trusted advocate.
The Big Book of Ballads, 2nd Edition by Editors of Hal Leonard
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). Over 60 songs from the heart: Candle in the Wind * Change the World * Endless Love * Have I Told You Lately * Hello * I Believe in You and Me * I Don’t Know How to Love Him * I Finally Found Someone * Let It Be * Longer * Memory * My Cherie Amour * My Heart Will Go On * Save the Best for Last * Tears in Heaven * Three Times a Lady * You’ve Got a Friend * more.
Renovation, 4th Edition by Michael Litchfield
When it comes to home renovation, there’s no substitute for experience. Renovation 4th Edition contains the collective wisdom of hundreds of contractors, architects and tradespeople who shared their first-hand experience with Mike Litchfield as he interviewed and photographed them on job sites across North America.
The Backyard Chicken Book by H. Lee Schwanz
A small flock of poultry can supply all of the eggs your family needs during the year. And, after your hens have completed their egg-laying days, there will be meat for barbecuing or roasting.
Renovating for Profit by Cherie Barber
Cherie Barber has completed more than 100 renovations and has helped thousands of people to profitably transform their properties. Renovating For Profit reveals the secrets behind Cherie’s renovating success and shoes how anyone can improve their property on a budget. Learn about street appeal, cleaver makeovers, low cost DIY projects, and much more.
Quilting Art by Spike Gillespie
Quilting is a craft, rich with tradition and homespun, practical applications. But it’s also an art—which, with needle, thread, fabric, and an idea, can give us a new way of looking at, and wrapping ourselves in, the world.
Orientalism by Richard Martin
Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art during the first quarter of 1995. The authors (both curators at The Costume Institute) explore the West’s fascination with ideas and motifs from the various Easts, and demonstrate the expression of that fascination in Western fabrics and clothing from the 18th century to the present.
Open Concept Houses by Francesc Zamora
From the author of the successful 150 Best series comes the debut entry in the forward-thinking Open Concept Houses series, filled with nearly 500 pages of color photos—sure to become the ultimate resource for this fast-growing trend in home design and renovation.
Mason Jar Nation by JoAnn Moser
Learn how to make more than 50 Mason jar projects, including luminaries, planters, and upcycled art, in this eagerly anticipated book for DIYers!Mason Jar Nation begins by exploring the Mason jar’s impact on America since its 1858 patent.
Moment Work by Moises Kaufman
A detailed guide to the collaborative method developed by the acclaimed creators of The Laramie Project and Gross Indecency—destined to become a classic.
Kitchen Ideas You Can Use by Chris Peterson
From the latest in backsplashes to elegant faucet fixtures, Kitchen Ideas You Can Use, Updated Edition helps you create the kitchen of your dreams. The kitchen is one of the most popular DIY home renovation projects, with simple upgrades and wholesale renovations both contributing to the value of your home.
Free Speech by Timothy Garton Ash
Never in human history was there such a chance for freedom of expression. If we have Internet access, any one of us can publish almost anything we like and potentially reach an audience of millions. Never was there a time when the evils of unlimited speech flowed so easily across frontiers: violent intimidation, gross violations of privacy, tidal waves of abuse.
Deck Ideas You Can Use Up Edition by Chris Peterson
This photo-rich book is the tool every DIYer and homeowner needs to plan and design a beautiful custom deck.If you’re looking to build a new deck or remodel the one you have, you want to start by spreading some innovative deck designs in front of you. Look no further than Deck Ideas You Can Use.
Desolation Wilderness by Jeffrey P. Schaffe
This is the most comprehensive guidebook to Lake Tahoe’s finest hiking area.
Complete Guide to Room Additions by Chris Peterson
Building a major addition to your house can take over your life or drain your bank account if you aren’t fully prepared with top-notch information.
Crochet Stories by Lindsay Smith
“This is a beautifully well done crochet book. The Nutcracker story is told with each vignette, introducing a different character or accessory to craft. I would highly recommend adding this to your collection.” — Fit2BTiedLife Experience the enduring charms of the holiday classic in an entirely different way! This version of the beloved tale is illustrated with full-color images of crocheted characters.
Complete Guide Contracting Your Home by Kent Lester
A step-by-step method for managing home construction
Chasing the Sun by Linda Geddes
A fascinating look at how humans’ relationship with the sun continues to shape our bodies, attitudes, and societies. Our biology is set up to work in partnership with the sun. Little wonder then that humans have long worshipped and revered our nearest star: life itself arose on earth because its relationship with the sun was a special one, and that relationship still affects us well into the era of electric lighting, indoor workdays, and vitamin D supplements.
50 Hikes in the Carolina Mountains by Johnny Molloy
A guide to 50 hikes and walks in both the Old North and Palmetto states. In South Carolina, explore from the Chattooga River at the Georgia state line to Jones Gap State Park; and, in North Carolina, journey from the Nantahala National Forest near Robbinsville in the southwest to the wildlands along the Blue Ridge Parkway in the northeast.
Building with Secondhand Stuff by Chris Peterson
Building with Secondhand Stuff takes green remodeling and construction practices to new extremes. From deconstruction methods and salvaging tips to plotting efficient cutting plans and devising creative new uses for everyday items, it is packed with clever ways to obtain low-cost materials (and reduce landfilling in the process).
150 Best Cottage and Cabin Ideas by Francesc Zamora Mola
Filled with hundreds of color photographs, this comprehensive handbook in the highly successful 150 Best design series showcases the latest in successful small house design from some of today’s most distinguished international architects and designers.
150 Best Sustainable House Ideas by Francesc Zamora Mola
150 Best Sustainable House Ideas features the latest innovations in environmentally friendly home design. From heating and cooling solutions to wind energy systems, solar paneling, thermal glazing, and even Trombe walls, the ideas featured inside are complemented by photographs and architectural plans of gorgeous, sustainable houses around the world.
100 Plants to Feed the Monarch by The Xerces Society
The plight of the monarch butterfly has captured public attention and sparked widespread interest in helping to save their dwindling populations.