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2 New Releases • march Successful formatmeets best-sellingsubject in this AnswerBook companion toThe Vegetable Gardener’sBible (more than200,000 copies sold!) All-organic advicefor a new generationof vegetable growers For every stage inthe life of a vegetablegarden, real-life questionsand practical,tested solutions Storey’s AnswerBook Series, now with345,000 copies in print National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERThe VegetableGardener’s BibleISBN: 978-1-58017-212-7No. 67212 (see page 33)The VeggieGardener’sAnswer BookTwo-color; illustrationsthroughout400 pages; Paper:$14.95 US / $16.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-024-2;No. 620248-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $135.60 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-050-1No. 62050March 2008The VeggieGardener’sAnswer BookBarbara W. EllisW the hopefulspring weekend spent planting seedsand the warm summer morning when the gardenerwanders back into the rows of vegetableplants with picking basket in hand? Plenty!Every healthy vegetable garden represents anentire world of activity and every vegetable gardener,no matter how experienced, wants toknow more about what’s going on in those tidyrows and how to handle any growing quandarythat may arise throughout the season.The Veggie Gardener’s Answer Book has all theanswers, gathered together in a sturdy littlebook for handy in-the-garden reference. Gardenerswill find helpful, uncomplicated responsesto questions on planning and planting a vegetablegarden, improving soil, caring for crops, andorganically controlling pests and diseases.The second section of the book takes readerson a veggie-by-veggie tour of the most popularcrops, offering detailed advice on everythingfrom starting seeds to knowing when to harvest.Having trouble choosing tomato varieties? Needadvice on staking beans? It’s all here in easy-toaccessanswers to everyday questions.The popularity of vegetable gardening is atan all-time high. Homegrown vegetables tastegreat, nourish body and soul, and provide theadditional security of knowing where the producecomes from and how it was grown. The VeggieGardener’s Answer Book feeds readers all theinsider’s tips and tricks, practical advice, andorganic wisdom necessary for growing the verybest crops.Barbara W. Ellis, a freelancewriter and editor and lifelong gardener,is the author of CoveringGround, Deckscaping, and Taylor’sGuide to Growing North America’sFavorite Plants, as well as severalother volumes in the popularTaylor’s Guide gardening series.Ellis lives in Maryland on the EasternShore of the Chesapeake Bay with her husband andan assortment of dogs, cats, and parrots. Her garden is aperpetual work in progress.


5Dishing UpGreatNew EnglandCuisine30,000 copies soldStock Up for Summer Tourism!A Taste of Vermont’s FinestMaple Nut Muffins • Apple-Butternut Squash Soup• Creamy Vermont Winter Pumpkin Soup • OtterCreek Vermont Lager Stew • Beet Salad in Puff PastryLayers • Field Greens with Candied Apples, RoastedWalnuts, and Apple Vinaigrette • MacheSalad with Carrots, Dried Cranberries,and Walnuts • Lump Crab Cakes withVermont Sweet Pepper • CheddarCheese Quiche • Hemingway’sFallen Soufflé of Vermont Goat andCheddar Cheese • Baked Macaroniand Cheese, Vermont Style • ButternutSquash & VT Maple SyrupRavioli with Pears, Apples andWalnuts • Wolaver’s ChocolateStout Fondue“Twenty years ago few would have linked thePine Street State with the word culinary, andyet today Maine is being heralded as the newNapa!”— Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier,Co-Chefs/Owners, Arrows Restaurant,authors of The Arrows Cookbook“The truth is finally out: Maine’s foodwaysconsist of far more than clams, lobsters, corn,and blueberries . . . . This is a book that willbe devoured by all who appreciate the variety,depth, and cultural dimensions of America’sregional cuisines.”— Sam Hayward, Chef-owner,Fore Street restaurant“Flecked with recipes from some of the state’sbest eateries (and best home cooks), DishingUp Maine is a beautifully photographed,fresh take on New England cuisine.”— Wine Enthusiast


6 New Releases • april Don’t throw awaythose sprouted potatoes— grow a potatoplant! More than 50 projectsmake beautifulhouseplants fromkitchen scraps Recycle . . . down tothe core Introduce children tothe science and natureof growing with fun,in-the-kitchen projects National publicityDon’t Throw It,Grow It!Two-color; illustrationsthroughout144 pages; 6 x 7Paper:$10.95 US / $11.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-064-8No. 62064April 2008Don’t Throw It,Grow It!Deborah PetersonM in unexpectedplaces — a leftover piece of ginger,a wrinkled potato left too long in its bag, a humdrumkitchen spice rack. In Don’t Throw It, GrowIt! Deborah Peterson reveals the hidden possibilitiesin everyday foods.Peterson, former president of the American PitGardening Society, shows how common kitchenstaples — pits, nuts, beans, seeds, and tubers— can be coaxed into lush, vibrant houseplantsthat are as attractive as they are fascinating.With Peterson’s help, a sweet potato turns intoa blooming vine; chickpeas transform into cheeryhanging baskets; the humble beet becomes a dramaticcenterpiece; and gingerroot grows into a3-foot, bamboo-like stalk. In some cases thetransformation can happen overnight!Don’t Throw It, Grow It! offers growing instructionsfor over 50 plants in four broad categories— kitchen vegetables; fruits and nuts; herbsand spices; and more exotic plants from ethnicmarkets. The book is enhanced with beautifulillustrations, and its at-a-glance format makes ita quick and easy reference. Best of all, every featuredplant can be grown in a kitchen, makingDeborah Peterson, a founder ofthe Rare Pit & Plant Council andthe editor of their newsletter ThePits for 25 years, has contributed tothe Brooklyn Botanic Garden Handbooksand lectured extensively ongardening with pits, among othergardening topics. Deborah is theproprietor of Landmark Landscapingand has landscaped and designed many gardens andprivate parks in NYC and Massachusetts.this handy guide a must-have for avid gardenersand apartment-dwellers alike. Don’t Throw It,Grow It! will appeal both to committed recyclersand to anyone who wants to find magic in themundane — from parents and teachers lookingto instill a sense of wonder in children, to thehouseplant enthusiast seeking to create a oneof-a-kindEden right in her kitchen.What Can I Grow?onions • garlic • figssquash • almonds • datessweet potatoes • kiwiavocados • peanutspineapple • sesamepapaya • prickly peardaikon radish • jicamawater chestnut • mangoChinese star apple


may • New Releases7Sew & StowBetty OppenheimerU stitchcenteredbridal showers point to therebirth of sewing. A new generation has finallypicked up needle and thread, and they’re readyto sew. And why not? With a basic machine anda little know-how, crafters can make stylish andutterly distinct items.In Sew & Stow: 30 Fun Projects to Carry, Hold, andOrganize Your Stuff, Your Home, and Yourself!, BettyOppenheimer, an avid crafter and sewer, shares30 of her favorite patterns, including functionalitems for the home, workshop, camp, and garden.From aprons to hammocks, and from lunchtotes to laundry bags, Oppenheimer’s projectswill help crafters get organized and help theplanet with a wide assortment of reusable totes,carry-alls, and shopping bags.Oppenheimer includes fuss-free patterns foreveryday necessities, as well as one-of-a-kinditems not often found in sewing books — a logtote for a strapping lumberjack, a stadium seatfor the sports enthusiast, and a dog bed for thatfavorite furry friend. Her projects will appeal tonovice and expert crafters alike; each patternincludes step-by-step instructions and illustrations,and each can be completed in just a fewhours. Projects are presented with fresh, contem-Betty Oppenheimer is an experiencedcrafter and seamstresswho studied textile science at theFashion Institute of Technologyand has worked as textile qualityassurance manager and engineerfor several sportswear companies.Betty is the author of The Candlemaker’sCompanion and GrowingLavender and Community on the Sequim Prairie. She liveson the Olympic Penninsula in rural Washington state.porary fabrics, and are sure to delight even themost trendsetting crafter. With Oppenheimer’shelp, anyone can turn a swatch of fabric into apractical — and eye-catching — item that can beused again and again.Sew & Stow includes everything today’s sewerneeds to move beyond the mass produced, andto create items that are functional, fabulous, andecofriendly! Fun and usefulitems for the 35 millionsewing hobbyistsin the U.S. Sew a bag! Say no toplastic grocery sacksand help the planet Suitable for all skilllevels, from beginnerto master stitcher 30 exciting sewingprojects — includinggrocery totes, lunchbags, aprons, dogbeds, laundry bags,yoga mat totes National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERSSew What! SkirtsISBN: 978-1-58017-625-5No. 67625 (see page 44)Sew What! FleeceISBN: 978-1-58017-626-2No. 67626 (see page 44)Sew & StowTwo-color with 32-page fullcolorinsert; photographsand illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 8Paper:$16.95 US / $19.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-027-3No. 62027May 2008


8 New Releases • may Expanded, revised2nd edition, with6 new restaurants,20 new recipes, andweekend eating itinerariesfor the clamshackobsessed The perfect souvenirfor the 50 millionpeople who visit NewEngland every year Classic recipes foreveryone’s favoriteseafood dishes First edition (978-1-58017-473-2) has sold65,000 copies Sidebars, maps,photos, and folklorecelebrate New Englandseafood tradition National publicityThe NewEngland ClamShack Cookbook2nd EditionFull-color; photographs andillustrations throughout;240 pages; 7Paper:$16.95 US / $19.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-026-6No. 620268-copy counter display:$135.60 US / $159.60 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-055-6No. 62055May 2008The New EnglandClam ShackCookbook2nd EditionBrooke DojnyR and thick chowders are the foods that tasteof long summer days in New England. Freshsweet seafood, simply prepared, brings backwarm afternoons and cool salty evenings on thebeaches of Cape Cod, Maine, Connecticut, andthe North Shore of Massachusetts, where localclams were first battered, deep fried, and servedup with creamy, tangy tartar sauce.Simple authentic coastal fare doesn’t getany better than in the second edition of BrookeDojny’s culinary tribute, The New England ClamShack Cookbook. Take a bite of New England’sclam shack traditions with nearly 100 recipesgathered from the region’s best casual seafoodeateries. Here are all New England classic seafoodpreparations, from clam chowder to lazyman’s lobster.All the sides and sweets are here too, as wellas the names and addresses of more than 100eateries, plus three regional weekend itinerariesfor the true clam shack devotee.Brooke Dojny is the author ofmore than a dozen cookbooks,including Dishing Up Maine, TheNew England Cookbook, and theAMA Family Cookbook, which wonthe James Beard Award in 1997.She lives year-round on the coastof Maine.Praise For The First Edition“Like writers Jane and Michael Stern . . .Ms. Dojny provides a guide to the seasonallobster pounds, chowder houses and clamshacks . . . of the region.”— The New York Times“If you’ve ever visited New England, this bookoffers a nice trip down memory lane. If you’venever been to the region, then the recipes willmake you drool.”— Seattle Post-IntelligencerA “charming cookbook-cum-scrapbook . . . forinlanders, it’s the nextbest thing to a summerby the sea.”— Yankee Magazine


may • New Releases9 175 recipes for thefoods friends andfamily want to eat! The helping handthat guaranteesweekend gatheringsbecome stress-freesuccessesLet’s Get TogetherDeeDee Stovel & Pam WakefieldL It’s the cheerfulrefrain at the end of countless conversationswith friends and family members. It’s theshared anticipation of stress-free socializing andgood times with friends and plenty of deliciousfood. With this appealing cookbook packed withsimple crowd-pleasing recipes and completemenu suggestions for every occasion, “Let’sget together” becomes a promise that weekendcooks will look forward to keeping.Whether the occasion calls for a lavishbrunch spread, a fun and fancy collection ofcocktail nibbles for office friends, an over-thetopplated meal meant to impress, or anythingin between, authors and entertaining partnersDeeDee Stovel and Pam Wakefield have thepreparations well in hand. They offer 175 recipes— tested and retested at their own gatherings— that will please every palate without trappingthe cook in the kitchen for hours on end.Need a plan for a Memorial Day picnic withthe neighbors? How about healthy nachos withfresh salsa, grilled pocket burgers, choppedcucumber salad, and vanilla ice cream withstrawberries and hot bittersweet sauce. Or tryzucchini bisque, Greek shrimp salad, and individuallemon pudding cakes for a special bookclub gathering, and red beans and rice make awonderful alternative to chili when friends arecoming over to watch the big game.No matter what the party demands — childfriendlyfood for a family get-together, dainty teasandwiches for a bridal shower, or a full-blownThanksgiving dinner — the authors have done itall before. Let’s Get Together offers all the deliciousrecipes, well-planned menus, and relaxed advicethat make casual entertaining a pleasure.DeeDee Stovel (top left) and PamWakefield (bottom left) have sharedweekend gatherings with each other’sfamilies and friends for many years.They have mastered the art of efficientparty planning and preparationfor easy entertaining on all levels.DeeDee is an experienced caterer andthe author of Picnic: 125 Recipes with29 Seasonal Menus and Pumpkin, aSuper Food for All 12 Months of theYear. She lives in San Carlos, California.Pam is a talented host, wellversedin feeding large groups. Shelives in Princeton, New Jersey. Plan entire weekendswith menu suggestionsthat are funto cook together andeat together Colorful, gifty, andinspiring — a greathostess gift from visitingfriends National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERPicnicISBN: 978-1-58017-377-3No. 67377 (see page 25)Let’s GetTogetherFull-color; illustrationsthroughout240 pages; 8 x 8Paper:$14.95 US / $16.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-029-7No. 620298-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $135.60 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-054-9No. 62054May 2008


10 New Releases • june Absorbing games,puzzles, and quizzesto keep horse-crazykids occupied forhours From the same greatteam that created TheGreat Outdoors Games& Puzzles and BarnyardGames & Puzzles, with84,000 copies in print Perfect for long cartrips, rainy afternoonsat the stable, downtime at horse events,and any other timechildren might bebored For ages 6–10 National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERPony Play Games& PuzzlesPatrick Merrell & Helene HovanecJ terrierand Barney the barn owl see all the goingsonaround the horse farm every day. They providelively running commentary and silly horsyhumor in this delightful collection of connectthe-dots,word games, mazes, fill-in-the-blanks,and logic problems — each puzzle specially createdfor horse-crazy kids.Five sections — Walk, Trot, Show Time, Canter,and Gallop — feature puzzles that progress indifficulty, encouraging children to take the challengeand expand their skills as they work theirway through the book, and perhaps through theirriding lessons as well! By the time children aregalloping through the final chapter their puzzleskills will be blue-ribbon impressive.Each illustrated page is packed with complementarydrawings, clever asides from Jackie andBarney, perhaps a riddle or a joke, and the puzzleitself. There is always plenty of room for smallfingers to solve the challenge, even when thechild makes a mistake or two. Educational andentertaining, Pony Play stimulates kids’ imaginationsand feeds their desire to learn more abouthorses.Horse Games & PuzzlesISBN: 978-1-58017-538-8No. 67538 (see page 58)Pony Play Games& PuzzlesOne-color; illustrationsthroughout144 pages; Paper:$9.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-063-1No. 62063June 2008Patrick Merrell is an illustrator,graphic designer, and puzzle makerwho lives in Mt. Vernon, NY. HeleneHovanec is a major player in thepuzzle world, having organized thefirst World Puzzle Championship in1992. She lives in New York City.Authors of The Great OutdoorsGames & Puzzles and BarnyardGames& Puzzles, this marks the third time the two havecollaborated on children’s puzzle books for Storey.


june • New Releases11The HomeCreameryKathy Farrell-KingsleyB and otherfresh dairy products have been made inhome kitchens around the world for centuries.They are not difficult to make, require no complicatedaging techniques, and offer the homecook a wonderful range of tart, sweet, nutty,silky, creamy, melty textures and flavors. Withthe growing availability of local, organic milkand the soaring popularity of raw milk, now isthe perfect time to bring fresh dairy productsback to the home kitchen.Author Kathy Farrell-Kingsley begins withsimple, step-by-step instructions for makingsour cream, buttermilk, créme fraîche, mozzarella,fresh goat cheese, and 10 other fresh milkproducts. Home cooks will be thrilled with thesimple but magical process of turning milk orcream into cultured dairy products and soft,unripened cheeses. There’s nothing quite likewatching cream turn into butter or tasting theslightly chewy tang of homemade mozzarella.Following the dairy instructions are 75 deliciouscooking and baking recipes developedto showcase products from The Home Creamery.Cheese Blintzes, Herbed Goat Cheese Bites,Mozzarella Panini, Spinach Ricotta Pie, Coleslawwith Buttermilk Dressing, Chocolate Sour CreamCake, and Tiramisu are that much sweeter whenmade with the rich creamy goodness of homemadedairy items.Kathy Farrell-Kingsley is theauthor of many cookbooks, includingChocolate Therapy, The BigBook of Vegetarian, and ChocolateCakes, selected as one of the bestcookbooks of 1993 by Julia Child.Kathy was the food editor of VegetarianTimes for five years, and shehas written numerous articles forother publications, such as Cooking Light, Eating Well, andMcCall’s. She was the founder of Great Cakes Bakery, whichstill operates in Westport, Connecticut. Kathy lives in Newtown,Connecticut, with her husband and two daughters. Fresh dairy productsfrom the same goodmilk and cream foundin every refrigerator Includes instructionsfor making butter,yogurt, kefir, sourcream, buttermilk,quark, crème fraîche,cottage cheese, creamcheese, ricotta, mozzarella,goat cheese, andmascarpone 75 baking and cookingrecipes bring outthe best in fresh dairy The perfect companionto Home Cheesemaking(180,000 copiesin print) National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERAs featured in BarbaraKingsolver’s book Animal,Vegetable, Miracle: AYear of Food and LifeHome CheesemakingISBN: 978-1-58017-464-0No. 67464 (see page 24)The HomeCreameryOne-color; illustrationsthroughout192 pages; 7 x 9Paper:$16.95 US / $19.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-031-0No. 620316-copy counter display:$101.70 US / $119.70 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-066-2No. 62066June 2008


12 New Releases • june Livestock facilitydesigns from the mostrespected name in thebusiness Addresses the growingdemand for humanelyhandled and processedmeat products Reduce animals’anxiety and run acalmer, more efficientbusiness — for everylivestock operation ofevery size Complete constructionplans for chutes, corrals,and sorting pens, as wellas detailed designs fordurable gates, latches,and hinges Includes handlinginformation on bisonand horses and plansfor sheep and pigfacilities National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERGrass-Fed CattleISBN: 978-1-58017-605-7No. 67605 (see page 70)HumaneLivestockHandlingOne-color; illustrationsthroughout224 pages; Paper:$24.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-028-0No. 62028June 2008HumaneLivestock HandlingTemple GrandinT North America’s mostinfluential advocate of humane livestocktreatment, has spent her life developing stressfreefacility designs and standards of humanemanagement. In an environment of growingconcern regarding large factory-farming practices,Grandin is a voice of reason explaining thebenefits of keeping animals calm through everyphase of their lives — benefits that include saferworking conditions, higher yields of marketablemeat, better-quality meat, and, of course, morehumane conditions for the animals.The first half of Humane Livestock Handlingreviews the natural behavior and temperamentof cattle. Working with the animals’ naturalinstincts, Grandin describes low-stress methodsfor moving cattle on pastures, paddocks,and feedlot pens. Slow, controlled movementreduces stress and fear, resulting in calmer,healthier cattle. They eat better, are less likelyto become sick, and do not run into fences andgates, injuring themselves and bruising themeat. Calm cattle are also far less likely to injurethe humans working with them.Temple Grandin is the bestsellingauthor of Animals inTranslation and Thinking in Pictures.Grandin’s humane livestockfacility designs have been adoptedall over the world, and she is atrusted advisor to several segmentsof the fast food industry.Her work has been featured on20/20, Nature, 48 Hours, and The Today Show. Grandin isAssistant Professor of Animal Science at Colorado StateUniversity.The second half of the book is packed withconstruction plans, diagrams and detaileddesigns for putting Grandin’s ideas into practice.Featuring plans for everything from gatelatches to chutes, corrals, and sorting pens forfull-scale facilities, there are designs that can beused in both large and small operations. In fact,half of the cattle in North America are alreadyhandled in systems designed by Grandin, andthe demand for humanely processed meat continuesto grow.Temple Grandin’s systems are quickly becomingthe industry-wide standard. No livestockoperation, small or large, can afford to ignoreHumane Livestock Handling.“Neurology has Oliver Sachs, naturehas Annie Dillard, and the lucky animalworld has Grandin, a master intermediarybetween humans and our fellow beasts . . .one of those rare books that elicits a ‘wow’on almost every page.”— “A” review from Entertainment Weekly“Inspiring. . . . Crammed with facts andanecdotes about Temple Grandin’s favoritesubject: the senses, brains, emotions, andamazing talents of animals.”— The New York Times Book Reviewof Animals in Translation


july • New Releases13The BeadingAnswer BookKaren MorrisB theirway across the country! From Austriancrystals to tiny Japanese seed beads, fine pearls,semi-precious stones, and handmade glass, thevariety of beads and combinations is irresistiblefor more than 500,000 crafters in the U.S.Faced with a vast array of luscious materialsand intricate techniques, beaders are burstingwith questions: How do I choose my beads?What makes a great necklace? What lengthshould my bracelet be? What kind of wire do Ineed? Should I use a spring ring or toggle clasp?How do you knot between beads? What’s thePeyote stitch? How about the African ZuluFlowerette stitch?The Beading Answer Book puts to rest thefears of every unstrung beader with illustratedinstructions and insightful advice for solvingevery problem they may face. Beadwork instructorand author Karen Morris has assembledmore than 200 of the most vexing questions herstudents ask and offers skillful advice on how toresolve every dilemma.Whether it’s a beginner trying to choosethe right supplies for a simple necklace or anadvanced crafter wanting to master the detailsof off-loom weaving or knitting and crochetingwith beads, The Beading Answer Book is sure to bean indispensable reference. It’s designed in anappealing small format that can be tucked insideany beader’s supply box. Night or day, any timeof the week, this wise companion is alwaysavailable to unravel those pesky beading questionsthat can tie bead enthusiasts up in knots.Karen Morris teaches a wide rangeof beading classes at Crystal BlueBeading Company in Watertown,Massachusetts. Her beadworkendeavors include making glassbeads, repairing beaded jewelry,and designing original pieces. Herbeaded vessel was exhibited in the2004 Bead International show. Shelives in Belmont, Massachusetts. 500,000 U.S. beadershave questions; wehave the answers! More than 200 reallifequestions withreliable answers froma teacher who’s heardthem all The popularity ofmaking beaded jewelryis skyrocketing Covers every technique,from simplestringing to intricateloomwork Storey’s AnswerBook Series, now with345,000 in print National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERThe Knitting Answer BookISBN: 978-1-58017-599-9No. 67599 (see page 42)The BeadingAnswer BookTwo-color; illustrationsthroughout432 pages; Paper:$14.95 US / $16.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-034-1No. 620348-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $135.60 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-056-3No. 62056July 2008


14 New Releases • august 500 quick tips andtraining games forbusy dog owners andtheir furry friends Delighted dogs andhappier owners — inas little as five minutesa day Arden Moore’sgentle humor andinspired advice makeher the appealing petexpert for every typeof owner Best-selling authorwith 288,000 Storeybooks in print 20-city author tour National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERDog BehaviorAnswer BookISBN: 978-1-58017-644-6No. 67644 (see page 57)Happy Dog,Happy YouArden MooreA unconditionalloyalty and love. Most dog owners wantto return that affection in every way possible.But some of the common ways humans showlove can be downright confusing to our pets— dogs are not furry little people. Even worse,the well-meaning affection that humans showeron their pets can actually reinforce bad dog andcat behaviors.Fortunately, there are plenty of fast, low-fussrewards that make both pets and people happywhile reinforcing proper training and goodbehavior. In her latest releases, Arden Moore, abest-selling author and one of America’s top petexperts, provides busy owners with simple waysto build healthy, harmonious relationships withtheir beloved dogs.Small adjustments in diet, exercise, and environmentcan make all the difference in creatingbetter-adjusted pets. Moore offers quick solutionsthat are simple to execute but often deliverbig results. And her suggestions for gamesand playful training sessions will help ownersimprove time spent with their furry friends.Happy Dog, Happy You is presented in an easyto-read,accessible format, and is enhanced withfacts, quotes, and colorful call-out boxes, makingit the must-have guide for on-the-go owners.With Moore’s help, even the busiest dogowner can create a happier hound and enjoy thebenefits of a secure, healthy, well-behaved pup.Doggie Diversions500 fast and fun tips help dog loversdevelop a stress-free relationship with Fido— at home, on the road, visiting the vet,and walking around town. From trainingtips to homemade treats, and from gamesto grooming, TLC goes hand-in-hand withclear rules and consistent routines.Happy Dog,Happy YouTwo-color; illustrationsthroughout288 pages; 5 x 7Paper:$10.95 US / $12.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-032-7No. 620328-copy mixed display:see page 15August 2008Arden Moore is the author of 17 books on cats anddogs, including The Cat Behavior Answer Book and TheDog Behavior Answer Book. She is also the editor ofCatnip, a monthly newsletter for cat lovers, and managingeditor of Fido Friendlymagazine. Moore hasappeared on CNN HeadlineNews, HGTV’s Smart Solutions,and Steve Dale’s PetWorld radio show. She livesin California with four verywell-behaved pets. Visit herat www.ardenmoore.com.ALSO BY ARDEN MOORE...


august • New Releases15Happy Cat,Happy YouArden MooreFeline FunDistract a frisky feline, protect furniturefrom scratches, make vet visits easier, travelsafely with Kitty, create herbal flea remedies,give therapeutic cat massages, and avoidunwanted behaviors like biting, stalking,and pouncing. It’s all here in 500 quick andamusing ideas for cats and their people.W in thiscountry, it’s clear: America cherishes itsfeline companions. Yet cat owners don’t alwayshave the time, or the know-how, to develop harmoniousbonds with their furry friends. Manyowners find themselves confounded by commonfeline behaviors, like scratching, biting, stalking,and pouncing. Meanwhile, the average householdis filled with objects that could be dangerousfor Kitty — clothes dryers, dental floss, evena leftover chocolate chip cookie! What’s a timepressedcat lover to do?Arden Moore is here to help. In Happy Cat,Happy You, Moore, a bestselling author of 17 petbooks and national spokesperson on pet issues,covers it all — bath time, mealtime, quiet time,and play time. All tips are simple and quick toimplement; collectively, they add up to a lotof TLC! The book features a compact, invitingformat and is filled with quotes, quick insights,and colorful call-out boxes. Happy Cat, HappyYou is a creative, low-fuss approach to caring forAmerica’s most popular pet — and a must-havefor the busy owner. 500 quick tips andtraining games forbusy cat owners andtheir furry friends Contented cats andhappier owners — inas little as five minutesa day Arden Moore’sgentle humor andinspired advice makeher the appealing petexpert for every typeof owner Best-selling authorwith 288,000 Storeybooks in print 20-city author tour National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERCat BehaviorAnswer BookISBN: 978-1-58017-674-3No. 67674 (see page 57)Happy CatHappy YouTwo-color; illustrationsthroughout288 pages; 5 x 7Paper:$10.95 US / $12.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-033-4No. 620338-copy mixed display:(4 each of Happy Cat,and Happy Dog)$87.60 US / $103.60 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-058-7No. 62058August 2008


16 New Releases • august Give tender perennialsyear-round lifewith simple, effectiveoverwintering techniques Save time andmoney each springreplanting winterprotectedflowers Simple techniquesprotect tender plantsin any climate Full-color photographshighlightthe plants’ appeal— indoors and out For all North Americanhardiness zones National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERThe Perennial Gardener'sDesign PrimerISBN: 978-1-58017-543-2No. 67543 (see page 31)Bulbs in theBasement,Geraniums onthe WindowsillFull-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 7Paper:$17.95 US / $19.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-042-6No. 62042August 2008Bulbs in theBasement,Geraniums onthe WindowsillAlice & Brian McGowanT cooler-zone gardenersare discovering that with a little wintertimeTLC, plants that have long been considered“annuals” can thrive for many years. Theseplants — including geraniums, gladioli, dahlias,begonias, rosemary, lavender, and even impatiens— aren’t annuals at all. Rather, they aretender perennials. Not hardy enough to survivewinter on their own, they can be moved indoorsduring the cold months, and then returned tothe garden in spring. Many are even more beautifulin their second and third years!Bulbs in the Basement, Geraniums on the Windowsillby Alice McGowan and Brian McGowan,is the first comprehensive resource on thecare and maintenance of tender plants. In thiszone-defying guide, readers will find simpletechniques for overwintering, followed by 160detailed plant profiles. Profiles include individulaizedadvice for overwintering and indoor care.The growing advice is clear and time tested; theauthors themselves spent decades introducingAlice & Brian McGowan operatedBlue Meadow Farm in Montague,Massachusetts, for eighteen years.Over that period of time, their nurserybecame well known throughoutthe region for its wide selection ofunusual annual, perennial, and tenderperennial plants.and nurturing tender plants at the renownedBlue Meadow Farm Nursery in Montague, Massachusetts.From familiar snapdragons to the more exoticbush morning glory (a woody vine whose fragrantwhite blooms will cheer any indoor setting in latewinter), tender perennials are appealing to a wideand diverse audience — perennial pros looking toexpand their plant palettes, container gardenershoping to create a more colorful indoor landscapeduring the cold months, and thrifty gardeners ofall skill levels. Both inspirational and practical,Bulbs in the Basement, Geraniums on the Windowsillwill revolutionize perennial gardening, allowingenthusiastic growers in any location to enjoytheir favorite plants year after year.


august • New Releases17 More than 150motifs in every shapeimaginable! Complete instructions,presented inboth text and symbolformatsBeyond-the-SquareCrochet MotifsEdie EckmanL make a granny square.It’s a simple formula that has held true fordecades. Crocheters love granny squares becausethe technique is simple to learn but the possibilitiesare endless. Vary the colors. Use the samecolors but change their placement. Add uniqueimages. Make the same square over and over butin different sizes. There is much to love aboutthe classic square crochet motif.But if it’s hip to make squares, imagine thecoolness quotient of circles, stars, triangles,and hexagons. Beyond-the-Square Crochet Motifsintroduces crocheters to more than 150 designsof every size and shape. Full-color photographscapture the intricate details and color work ineach motif, and the stitching instructions offerthe flexibility of being presented in both textand symbol formats.Each motif can be quickly crocheted and thenused as a small embellishment on a larger itemor combined with other motifs to create originalpieces, from baby blankets to tote bags. EdieEckman inspires readers to see the world ofpossibility in each motif. Master the technique,then let the imagination run wild.Edie Eckman is the author ofThe Crochet Answer Book anda nationally known teacher,designer, writer, and editor in boththe crochet and knitting worlds.Her designs and techniques havebeen published in a variety ofmagazines and booklets. She livesin Waynesboro, Virginia.Motifs give crocheters the freedom to playwith shape, color, and texture in patterns thatare small and quickly completed. Motifs — eachone a tiny work of art — are at once addictiveand rewarding. With its unexpected range ofshapes, designs, and color ideas, Beyond-the-Square Crochet Motifs will keep enthusiasts happyfor a very long time! 60 ideas for usingthe motifs to createtrendy wearables,accessories, and softhome goods Bet you can’t crochetjust one! National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERThe Crochet Answer BookISBN: 978-1-58017-598-2No. 67598 (see page 42)Beyond-the-Square CrochetMotifsFull-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 7 x 9Hardcover withconcealed wire-o:$18.95 US / $21.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-039-6No. 62039August 2008


18 New Releases • august All things donkey,including history, funfacts, quotations, andfolklore The go-to resourcefor selecting, feeding,and caring for theadorable, dependabledonkey Donkeys arefriendly, intelligent,and hard working— train them as livestockguardians, stablecompanions, therapyanimals, and transportworkers Includes MiniatureDonkeys, popularanimal among hobbyfarmers National publicityThe DonkeyCompanionOne-color with 16-pagecolor insert; photographsand illustrations throughout288 pages; 7 x 10Paper:$24.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-038-9No. 62038August 2008The DonkeyCompanionSue WeaverF and easy to care for, donkeys are increasinglyprized by small-scale farmers, horse lovers,and animal enthusiasts. Already, there arehundreds of thousands of donkeys and mulesin the U.S., and their population is growingsteadily. Donkeys not only pull carts, carry riders,and tote gear for hikers, but they also maketerrific stable companions and livestock guardians,and they are renowned for their skills intransport, raising water, milling, and farm tillage.They’re also gentle with children and theelderly, making them a popular therapy animaland family pet.A donkey is not simply a long-eared horse,however; understanding the donkey’s distinctivetraits is critical to the animal’s well-beingand usefulness. The Donkey Companion, by SueWeaver, offers a comprehensive overview of thishardy creature — the most complete, up-to-datereference of its kind. Here is everything donkeyenthusiasts need to know about the animal’shistory, physiology, behavior, breed characteristics,daily care, and health needs.Sue Weaver has written manymagazine articles on animal raisingand husbandry and is a contributingeditor for Hobby Farmsmagazine. A lifelong lover of allthings equine and 46-year horseowner, Sue is actively involved inequine and canine rescue. Weaverand her husband live in MammothSprings, in the Ozark region ofArkansas.Readers will come to understand this versatileanimal, and through understanding will becomeskilled, satisfied owners. The Donkey Companionoffers detailed information about differentbreeds and types; provides tips for finding andselecting the right animal; explains donkeys’ dailycare and health requirements; and guides readersthrough the nuances of training, riding, driving,and breeding. The book is enhanced with funfacts, training tips, quotes, photographs, illustrations,and additional resources. From foalingto first aid, and from grooming to professionalshowing, this extensive guide offers everything adonkey owner needs to get the most out of thisgentle, hardworking animal.


august • New Releases19 The definitive guideto North Americanlivestock from thepublisher of the Storey’sGuides to Raisinganimals series, withmore than 1.5 millioncopies soldStorey’s IllustratedBreed Guide toSheep, Goats,Cattle, and PigsCarol EkariusF Karakul sheepto the wrinkled Fengjing pig, North Americais home to an extraordinary array of livestockbreeds. Increasingly, a rare breed renaissancecelebrates heritage breeds for their contributionto biodiversity, adaptation to specific environments,curious appearance, or ability to producesingular meat, milk, or fiber. At the same time,people continue to need up-to-date informationabout the major domestic breeds.Finally, a single resource offers detailed informationabout both common and heritage breeds:Storey’s Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep, Goats, Cattle,and Pigs by Carol Ekarius. This attractive, ata-glancereference, written by one of America’sforemost livestock experts, covers 194 of NorthAmerica’s most significant breeds of cattle,goats, sheep, and swine — from the commonGuernsey cow to the near-extinct Guinea hog.For each breed, Ekarius provides full-color photographs,a brief history, and details about thebreed’s unique qualities and quirks. Readerswill enjoy reading about major breeds such asthe iconic Holstein cow, and Icelandic sheep, aswell as hundreds of lesser-known varieties, likethe long-legged, ginger-colored Tamworth pig;the lilac-spotted Jacob Sheep; the deerlike SanClemente goat; and the powerful, droopy-earedGuzerat cow.Comprehensive, colorful, and captivating, thisdefinitive, in-depth guide is informative enoughto aid farmers in breed selection, but beautifulenough for fanciers to browse as a coffee-table book. Storey’s Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep,Goats, Cattle, and Pigs will appeal to anyone interestedin North American livestock — small-scalefarmers, conservationists, agricultural historians,gourmets, biodiversity champions, animallovers, and anyone dreaming about craftingfibers from sheep and goats. This indispensablereference showcases North American livestockbreeds for what they truly are: fascinating, stunning,and endlessly varied.Carol Ekarius is the author ofStorey’s Illustrated Guide to PoultryBreeds, Pocketful of Poultry,and several books on small-scalefarming. Carol and her husbandlive with their many critters inHartsel, Colorado. For farmers andfanciers alike, a breedby-breedlook at NorthAmerica’s cattle, goats,sheep, and pigs Features full-colorphotographs, histories,and detailed descriptionsfor 194 breeds National publicityPROMOTIONAL PARTNERStorey’s Illustrated Guideto Poultry BreedsISBN: 978-1-58017-667-5No. 67667 (see page 71)Storey’s IllustratedGuideto Sheep, Goats,Cattle, and PigsFull-color; photographs andillustrations throughout320 pages; 8Paper:$24.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-036-5No. 62036Hardcover with jacket:$34.95 US / $39.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-037-2No. 62037August 2008


20 New Releases • august Calm, cool instructionsprepare ordinarypeople for extraordinarysituations Stock up, be prepared,and live comfortablywhen outsideservices fail Organize, Acquire,Rotate — the completeplan for family selfsufficiency Includes recipes,routines, and activitiesfor when the powergoes out Media-friendlyauthor with an ongoinglecture schedule Learn how to preparefor an emergency,assess your family’sneeds, pack an evacuationkit, evaluate yourfood supply, develop acommunications system,and live withoutelectricity National publicityJust in CaseKathy HarrisonW prepared families settle in, stay warm, andeat well. With careful planning, organization, and a detailed assessmentof the needs of each family member, it is possible for every householdto survive at least several days with no outside services. A sensible homesystem will take over the work of providing warmth, shelter, and nutrition.Author Kathy Harrison guides readersthrough the empowering process of settingup such a home system with her OAR method— Organize existing supplies, Acquire additionalnecessities, Rotate everything for freshness.Her comprehensive coverage of emergencypreparedness includes food storage, alternativeheating sources, personal supplies for everyfamily member, entertainment ideas, toiletryand proper clothing, pet supplies, emergencyfamily communication plans, and neighborhoodcooperatives.In addition to preparing the home forextended periods without electricity, Harrisonalso discusses evacuation plans — where to go,how to meet up with family, what to pack, andhow best to protect all that’s being left behind.Self-sufficiency at home or in a temporary safehaven takes away much of the fear and helplessnessassociated with disasters. Just in Case putsthe power back in the hands of individuals whoare equipped and ready to take over when publicservices fail.Disasters can strike an entire region or asingle unlucky family. They can be brought onby weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires,severe heat or cold, landslides) or by man(terrorism, acts of war, simple human error).Whatever the cause, these catastrophic eventshave the potential to disrupt routines and costmoney and lives. Why not be one of the preparedfew? Just in case . . .Don’t Be ScaredJust in CaseTwo-color; illustrationsthroughout256 pages; Paper:$16.95 US / $19.95 CANISBN: 978-1-60342-035-8No. 62035August 2008Kathy Harrison is the authorof Another Place at the Tableand One Small Boat, books thatchronicle her experiences as afoster parent. She is a nationalspokesperson, touring and givinglectures, for both foster parentingand family preparedness. She hasappeared on The Today Show, onOprah, and in NPR interviews. She lives with her family inwestern Massachusetts.— Be Prepared


21The Essential FamilyPreparedness PlanPart 1: The OAR System: Organize,Acquire, Rotate• Organize: Assess your needs, plan yourstorage space• Acquire: Build your food and watersupplies• Rotate: Use and replace stored foodsand necessitiesPart 2: Preparedness: ReadyingYour Home and Family to HandleCrises• Personal Preparedness• Shelter• Communications• Preparedness for Children and Pets• Cars• EvacuationJANUARY 2007 — Severe ice storms sweep from Texas,across North America, to southeastern Canada• 1 million people lose powerJULY 2006 — Excessive heat and dilapidated infrastructurecause a blackout in Queens, New York• 50,000 residents lose power for more than one weekSEPTEMBER 2004 — Hurricane Frances causes one of themost widespread outages ever due to a hurricane• 5 million people in Florida are left without electricityAUGUST 2003 — Cascading power failures leave 50million people from New England to Detroit withoutelectricity• 85% of all New York state customers lost power• 4 Million people in the Detroit area could not use their water untreatedfor an entire weekPart 3: Dealing with Disaster:What to Do in an Emergency• Loss of Power• Flood• Extreme Heat or Cold• Natural Disasters• Fire• Chemical and Nuclear Hazards• Pandemic• TerrorismPart 4: The Arts of Self-Sufficiency• Purifying Water• Canning• Dehydrating• Pickling• Making Yogurt• Making Cheese• Baking Bread


Promotional PartnersDon’t miss out on these stars of Storey’s backlist! Add these best-selling backlist titles to your frontlist order orcontact your sales rep to take advantage of this terrific offer. Order any number of Promotional Partners and receivean extra 5% discount on these titles. Offer valid on Promotional Partner titles only and may be used one time pership-to address. May be combined with other titles to meet minimums. Promotional Partners do not qualify for additionalco-op. Retail only. Promo Code: SPS08. Good from January 1, 2008, to May 31, 2008. Not available in Canada.ISBN: 978-1-58017-212-7No. 67212ISBN: 978-1-58017-589-0No. 67589ISBN: 978-1-58017-841-9No. 67841ISBN: 978-1-58017-538-8No. 67538ISBN: 978-1-58017-377-3No. 67377ISBN: 978-1-58017-626-2No. 67626ISBN: 978-1-58017-625-5No. 67625ISBN: 978-1-58017-464-0No. 67464ISBN: 978-1-58017-607-5No. 67605ISBN: 978-1-58017-599-9No. 67599ISBN: 978-1-58019-644-6No. 67644ISBN: 978-1-58017-674-3No. 67674ISBN: 978-1-58017-543-2No. 67543ISBN: 978-1-58017-598-2No. 67598ISBN: 978-1-58017-667-5No. 67667


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24Food & DrinkHome Cheese MakingRICKI CARROLLBESTSELLERFrom purchasing or constructing the proper equipment topreparing a starter culture and using rennet properly, hereis all the information the home cheese maker needs to producesmall batches of wonderful, artisanal-style cheeses. Selection of Bookspan’s The Good Cook Book Club 180,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-464-0; No. 67464UPC 0-37038-17464-9Illustrations throughout288 pages; 7 x 96-copy counter display:$101.70 US / $125.70 CANISBN 978-1-58017-903-4No. 67903UPC 0-37038-17903-3Fix, Freeze, FeastKATI NEVILLE AND LINDSAY TKACSIKBuy groceries in bulk, prepare family-friendly meals, freezeappropriate portions in labeled bags, and defrost and servewhenever a quick, homemade meal is needed. Fix, Freeze, Feastpresents a complete system for getting organized and puttinghealthful, satisfying meals on the dinner table. Most recipesbegin with a warehouse club tray pack of chicken, beef, orpork, and include instructions for dividing, preparing, andstoring the raw ingredients. A second set of simple directionsdescribes how to thaw and cook the food. Dinner is always inthe freezer!Hardcover: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-682-8; No. 67682UPC 0-37038-17682-7One-color throughout256 pages; 7 x 9Home Sausage MakingSUSAN MAHNKE PEERY & CHARLES G. REAVISThis classic volume, completely revised and updated tocomply with current USDA safety standards, features 150recipes for making and cooking with sausage, all writtenfor contemporary tastes and cooking styles. Selection of Bookspan’s The Good Cook Book Club 144,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-471-8No. 67471UPC 0-37038-17471-7Illustrations throughout288 pages; 7 x 9“[Ricki Carroll] has inspired artisans from Loireto Las Vegas. She’s the Billy Graham of Cheese.”— Barbara Kingsolver, from Animal, Vegetable, Miracle6-copy counter display:$101.70 US / $125.70 CANISBN 978-1-58017-904-1No. 67904UPC 0-37038-17904-0Mom’s Best DessertsANDREA CHESMAN& FRAN RABOFFHere are the recipes thateveryone remembers fromMom’s kitchen, presentedin easy-to-follow recipes fortoday’s bakers. Selection of Bookspan’s TheGood Cook Book Club 89,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-480-0; No. 67480UPC 0-37038-17480-9Two-color throughout208 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-902-7; No. 67902UPC 0-37038-17902-6Mom’s BestCrowd-PleasersANDREA CHESMANOrganize a neighborhoodpicnic, master a few potluckfavorites, or whip up lastminutecupcakes for a bakesale. It’s all achievable andfun with Mom’s relaxedapproach to feeding groups ofevery size.Paper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-629-3; No. 67629UPC 0-37038-17629-2Two-color; illustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-752-8; No. 67752UPC 0-37038-17752-7Mom’s BestOne-Dish SuppersANDREA CHESMANDesigned to help today’shome cooks entice the wholefamily to the dinner table,these 101 recipes satisfy comfort-foodcravings with minimalfuss and cleanup. 75,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-602-6; No. 67602UPC 0-37038-17602-5Two-color; illustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-770-2; No. 67770UPC 0-37038-17770-1Pumpkin,A Super Foodfor All 12 Monthsof the YearDEEDEE STOVELBESTSELLERA new image for pumpkin,more than 125 recipes — fromsoups, snacks, and starters tosalads, main courses, and, ofcourse, pies.Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-594-4; No. 67594UPC 0-37038-17594-3Two-color; illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$103.60 US / $143.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-768-9; No. 67768UPC 0-37038-17768-8MunchiesKEVIN TELLES ROBERTSEven with a small grocerybudget, a tiny kitchen, andlimited time, students canprepare satisfying food forthemselves and their friends.Tacos, Nuclear Wings, sandwichesgalore, and midnightmunchies calm the rumblingstomach.Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-536-4; No. 67536UPC 0-37038-17536-3Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 7 x 9


Food & Drink25The Donut BookSALLY LEVITT STEINBERGThis pop-culture tribute toevery tasty facet of donutologyis a sweet journeythrough the origins, recipes,lore, literature, commerce,mythology, and philosophyof America’s favorite coffeecompanion. Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book ClubPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANxxxISBN 978-1-58017-548-7; No. 67548UPC 0-37038-17548-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display: xxxxx$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-810-5; No. 67810UPC 0-37038-17810-4101 PerfectChocolate ChipCookiesGWEN STEEGEEveryone has a different ideaof what makes a chocolatechip cookie truly perfect, butwith 101 recipes, you are sureto find a favorite. 94,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-312-4; No. 67312UPC 0-37038-17312-3Two-color; photographs throughout144 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-399-5; No. 67399UPC 0-37038-17399-4Cookie CraftVALERIE PETERSON & JANICE FRYERBeautifully decorated cookies are withinthe reach of every home baker with theclear instructions and practical methodsdeveloped by Valerie Peterson and JaniceFryer, home cookie crafters who lovenothing more than a prettily embellished cookie. From rolling and baking toflooding and piping, here are all the tips and tricks that turn plain cookiesinto special-occasion treats. Also included are instructions for makingstand-up cookies, tips on creating icing color palettes, organizational ationalchapters on planning parties, advice on freezing and shipping,and everything else cookie crafters need. Selection of Bookspan's The Good Cook Book ClubHardcover: $18.95 US / $23.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-694-1; No. 67694UPC 0-37038-17694-0Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout168 pages; 7 x 9“For great ideas onserving the tastiestoutdoor meals, pickup Picnic!”— Country AccentsThe Tomato FestivalCookbookLAWRENCE DAVIS-HOLLANDERFor the millions of peoplewho love warm, lush, juicy,vine-ripened tomatoes, hereis a stunning collection of 150tomato recipes, history, folklore,and growing, preserving,and seed-saving advice.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-498-5; No. 67498UPC 0-37038-17498-4Two-color; illustrations throughout320 pages; 8 x 95-copy counter display:$84.75 US / $104.75 CANISBN 978-1-58017-800-6; No. 67800UPC 0-37038-17800-5The ClassicZucchini CookbookNANCY C. RALSTON,MARYNOR JORDAN,AND ANDREA CHESMANSavor the flavor and enjoy thehealth benefits of zucchiniand squash with 225 recipes. Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book Club 500,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-453-5; No. 67453UPC 0-37038-17453-3Two-color; illustrations throughout320 pages; 8 x 85-copy counter display:$84.75 US / $104.75 CANISBN 978-1-58017-921-8; No. 67921UPC 0-37038-17921-7Peaches and OtherJuicy FruitsOLWEN WOODIERPeaches, plums, nectarines,and apricots take centerstage in 150 sweet and savoryrecipes from crisps and piesto innovative pairings withroasted chicken, pork tenderloin,and grilled salmonamong many others.Paper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-499-2; No. 67499UPC 0-37038-17499-1Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-831-0; No. 67831UPC 0-37038-17831-9PicnicDEEDEE STOVELBESTSELLERA truism of food and eating is that meals always taste betteroutdoors! Take advantage of occasions to picnic with morethan 125 recipes for dishes that are simple to prepare and pack,travel well, and — most important of all — taste great whenfresh air is added. Selection of Bookspan’s The Good Cook Book Club 150,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-377-3; No. 67377UPC 0-37038-17377-2Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$79.60 US / $100.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-396-4; No. 67396UPC 0-37038-17396-3


26Food & Drink“ . . . will conjure upimages of Grandma’spantry, but it featuresthe latest techniquesfor preserving food.”— The Orange CountyRegisterThe Big Book of Preserving the HarvestCAROL W. COSTENBADERLearn how to preserve a summer day — in batches — from thisclassic primer on drying, freezing, canning, and pickling techniques.Even the busiest cooks can create a well-stocked pantryof fruits, vegetables, flavored vinegars, pickles, chutneys, andseasonings with more than 150 step-by-step recipes. Selection of Bookspan 121,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-458-9; No. 67458UPC 0-37038-17458-8Two-color; illustrations throughout352 pages; 8 x 95-copy counter display:BESTSELLERThe BusyPerson’s Guide toPreserving FoodJANET CHADWICKLooking for quick tips andshortcuts for preserving theharvest? Here is time-savinginformation on freezing, canning,cold storage, and dryingfor today’s busy cook andgardener. 92,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-900-7; No. 66900UPC 0-37038-00900-2Illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 9Keeping the HarvestNANCY CHIOFFI &GRETCHEN MEADEnjoy your abundant harvestof garden-fresh fruits andvegetables throughout theyear with these simple, yetsatisfying home-preservingtechniques. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 216,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-650-1; No. 66650UPC 0-37038-00650-6Illustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 11Pickles & RelishesANDREA CHESMANThese 150 quick-and-easyrecipes turn bumper cropsinto mouthwatering picklesand relishes, using little or nosalt. All techniques meet currentUSDA guidelines. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 103,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-744-7; No. 66744UPC 0-37038-00744-2Illustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 7$94.75 US / $119.75 CANISBN 978-1-58017-923-2; No. 67923UPC 0-37038-17923-1“A dynamic additionto any cook's library. . . it's particularlyhelpful that chapters,organized by vegetable,progress seasonallyalong withharvest times.”Serving Up the HarvestANDREA CHESMANSimple. Local. Planned to take delicious advantage of eachseason’s freshest flavors. That’s the approach Andrea Chesmanbrings to the 175 recipes she developed for home cooks wholove their veggies. Popular cooking methods such as grillingand roasting bring out sweet, rich flavors, while new takes onstir-fries and gratins make it easy to add a broad variety of vegetablesto every diet.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-663-7; No. 67663UPC 0-37038-17663-6Two-color; illustrations throughout512 pages; 8 x 9— Los Angeles Daily News“A cache of recipes,stories, and ideas, for nomatter where you live.”— Deborah Madison, author ofVegetarian Cooking for EveryoneMaking Wild Wines& MeadsPATTIE VARGAS& RICH GULLINGThere’s no end to the greattastingwines you can makeusing ingredients (but notgrapes!) from your farmer’smarket, supermarket, oreven your own backyard.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-182-3; No. 67182UPC 0-37038-00182-2One-color throughout176 pages; 6 x 9Cordials fromYour KitchenPATTIE VARGAS& RICH GULLINGCreate delicious, elegantliqueurs for entertaining orgift giving. Includes morethan 100 easy cordial recipesto suit every occasion. Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book Club 41,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-986-1; No. 66986UPC 0-37038-00986-6Two-color throughout176 pages; 7 x 9Homemade RootBeer, Soda & PopSTEPHEN CRESSWELLMake delicious old favorites,such as Root Beer, Birch Beer,and Ginger Beer, and thenbranch out to newer fizzy creationslike Raspberry Shrub,Coffee Whizzer, and FruitSmoothies.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-052-9; No. 67052UPC 0-37038-00052-8Two-color throughout128 pages; 7 x 9


Food & Drink27Dishing UpMaineBESTSELLERBROOKE DOJNYCornOLWEN WOODIERSavor fresh corn in seasonand use its many other formsin delicious year-rounddishes. Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book ClubPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-454-1; No. 67454UPC 0-37038-17454-0Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$103.60 US / $127.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-922-5; No. 67922UPC 0-37038-17922-4The Leave-No-Crumbs CampingCookbookRICK GREENSPAN& HAL KAHNWith a little before-tripplanning and preparation,camping menus can be farmore varied than s’mores andpancakes. Includes completeinstructions for dehydrating,reconstituting, and manymore helpful tips for preparing150 campside recipes.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-500-5; No. 67500UPC 0-37038-17500-4Two-color; illustrations throughout240 pages; 9 x 7Fish Grilled &SmokedJOHN MANIKOWSKIA tasty collection for fishingenthusiasts, home cooks, andcampers, here are 150 recipesfor grilled and smoked freshand saltwater fish. Don’tknow how to smoke a fish?Building plans for threesmoker models are included! Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-502-9; No. 67502UPC 0-37038-17502-8Two-color; illustrations throughout264 pages; 7 x 9Join Brooke Dojny on adelicious journey throughthe foodways of one of thecountry’s most diverseculinary regions, whereclassic recipes and innovativecreations live comfortablytogether on home dinnerplates and restaurantmenus. These recipes evokeall the tastes of Maine— from fresh potatoes to baked beans, and steamed lobstersto blueberries. With 25 signature recipes from Maine’s mostexciting chefs, local stories and food lore, and tips on hiddenroad food gems, this is the ultimate food-lover’s guide to DownEast cooking. Selection of Bookspan’s The Good Cook Book Club 30,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-841-9; No. 67841UPC 0-37038-17841-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout288 pages; 7 x 98-copy counter display:$159.60 US / $199.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-758-0; No. 67758UPC 0-37038-17758-9The Healthy CollegeCookbookALEXANDRA NIMETZ,JASON STANLEY, EMELINE STARRBESTSELLERCiderANNIE PROULX& LEW NICHOLS“A handbook thoroughenough to guide evena novice through theprocess of cidermaking.”— The Baltimore Sun 75,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-520-3; No. 67520UPC 0-37038-17520-2Illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 9AppleCookbookOLWEN WOODIERBESTSELLERExperience the deliciousversatility of the apple at anymeal. More than 140 recipesput everyone’s favorite fruitinto tasty new combinations. Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book Club 159,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-389-6; No. 67389UPC 0-37038-17389-5Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 8Written by students and for students, thiscollection of more than 200 simple, inexpensive,nutritious recipes encourages college studentsand recent graduates to use their time otherwisespent waiting for pizza delivery on preparing moresatisfying homemade meals. 80,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-126-7; No. 67126UPC 0-37038-00126-6Two-color; photographs throughout160 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-936-2; No. 67936UPC 0-37038-17936-1The College CookbookGERI HARRINGTON“A great cookbook!”— McClatch NewspapersFrom more than 55 colleges and universities across NorthAmerica, here are 200 original recipes designed for thebusy and (often) broke college student. 62,000 copies in print8-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-397-1; No. 67397UPC 0-37038-17397-0Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-497-2; No. 66497UPC 0-37038-00497-7Illustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 7


28Food & DrinkMaple SyrupCookbookKEN HAEDRICHMaple syrup isn’t just forbreakfast anymore. KenHaedrich offers recipes bothsweet and savory that featuremaple syrup and its wonderfulearthy, tangy qualities. 90,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-404-6; No. 67404UPC 0-37038-17404-5Two-color; illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-933-1; No. 67933UPC 0-37038-17933-0500 TreasuredCountry RecipesMARTHA STOREY & FRIENDS Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book Club 75,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-291-2; No. 67291UPC 0-37038-17291-1Two-color; illustrations throughout544 pages; 8 x 9A Guide to Canning,Freezing, Curing& Smoking Meat,Fish & GameWILBUR F. EASTMAN JR. 135,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-457-2; No. 67457UPC 0-37038-17457-1Illustrations throughout240 pages; 6 x 9Woodstove CookeryJANE COOPER 89,000 copies in printPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-108-7; No. 66108UPC 0-37038-66108-8Illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9Healing TonicsJEANINE POLLAK Selection of Bookspan’sOne Spirit Book Club 92,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-240-0; No. 67240UPC 0-37038-17240-9Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 7 x 7Herbal VinegarMAGGIE OSTER Selection of Bookspan’sThe Good Cook Book Club 160,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-843-7; No. 66843UPC 0-37038-00843-2; One-colorthroughout; 176 pages; 7 x 9Herb Mixtures& Spicy BlendsMAGGIE OSTER 67,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-918-2; No. 66918UPC 0-37038-00918-7Illustrations throughout160 pages; 7 x 9Root CellaringMIKE AND NANCY BUBEL Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 76,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-703-4; No. 66703UPC 0-37038-00703-9320 pages; 6 x 9Making & UsingDried FoodsPHYLLIS HOBSON 45,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-615-0; No. 66615UPC 0-37038-00615-5One-color throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Herbal TeasKATHLEEN BROWNChaiDIANA ROSENTea with FriendsELIZABETH KNIGHTTaking Time for TeaDIANA ROSENCountry Tea PartiesMAGGIE STUCKEY Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-099-4; No. 67099UPC 0-37038-00099-3Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 7 x 7Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-166-3; No. 67166UPC 0-37038-00166-2Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 7 x 7 Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 36,000 copies in printHardcover with jacket:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-050-5; No. 67050UPC 0-37038-00050-4Full-color; illustrations throughout64 pages; 7 x 7 Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubHardcover with jacket:$16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-245-5; No. 67245UPC 0-37038-17245-4Full-color; illustrations throughout80 pages; 7 x 7 Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 47,000 copies in printHardcover with jacket:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-935-9; No. 66935UPC 0-37038-00935-4Full-color; illustrations throughout64 pages; 7 x 7


Food & Drink29Homebrew FavoritesKARL F. LUTZEN & MARK STEVENSCreate new and unusual homebrewedfavorites with recipesguaranteed to work well with homeequipment. Brewing suppliers,homebrew clubs, and individualartisans across North America contributemore than 240 beer and alerecipes. 74,000 copies in print“There is something foreveryone within thesepages . . . a must for homebrewers interested inexpanding their repertoire.”— Beer, The MagazinePaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-613-6No. 66613UPC 0-37038-00613-1One-color throughout256 pages; 6 x 9Coffee TimePATRICK MERRELL AND HELENE HOVANECA brain-twisting brew for coffee-loving puzzlers,Coffee Time is a challenging collection of crosswordpuzzles, word searches, graphic mazes, andSudoku. Quirky trivia, fun factoids, and caffeinatedquotations engage puzzlers between challenges.For the latte-obsessed, the coffee-crazed, and theespresso-addicted, here is the perfect little gift.“For coffee lovers, what better way is thereto perk up your day thanwith a puzzle fromthese two pros anda great cup ofjava?”— Will Shortz,crossword editor,The New York TimesPaper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-683-5; No. 67683UPC 0-37038-17683-4Two-color; illustrations throughout320 pages; 4 x 48-copy counter display: $71.60 US / $95.60 CANISBN 978-1-60342-009-9; No. 62009UPC 0-37038-42009-8The Secret Life of Beer!ALAN D. EAMESBESTSELLERA browsable collection for the truly brew-obsessed,The Secret Life of Beer! covers thousands of years offascinating “beerphernalia.” Untold stories, lore,and references to beer in poetry, song, literature,and history will fascinate readers and prove asteady source of beer trivia. 68,000 copies in printBrew WareKARL F. LUTZEN &MARK STEVENSPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-926-7; No. 66926UPC 0-37038-00926-2Illustrations throughout272 pages; 6 x 9More HomebrewFavoritesKARL F. LUTZEN &MARK STEVENSPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-968-7; No. 66968UPC 0-37038-00968-2One-color throughout320 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-601-9; No. 67601UPC 0-37038-17601-8Two-color; illustrations throughout384 pages; 4 x 48-copy counter display:$71.60 US / $87.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-794-8No. 67794UPC 0-37038-17794-7“The definitive explorationon the role of beer in ancientsocieties.”— Rutland (Vt.) HeraldDave Miller’sHomebrewing GuideDAVE MILLERThe Homebrewer’sGardenJOE FISHER & DENNIS FISHERBrew Chem 101LEE W. JANSON, Ph.D.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANBrewing Made EasyJOE FISHER & DENNIS FISHERPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANThis simple yet complete overviewof homebrewing offers advice oncutting-edge techniques for theentire process. Clear enough for thenovice but thorough enough to earna home in the libraries of brewmasters,this is the essential volume onbrewing great-tasting beer at home. Selection of Bookspan’s Outdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 67,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-010-9; No. 67010UPC 0-37038-00010-8Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9ISBN 978-0-88266-940-3; No. 66940UPC 0-37038-00940-8One-color throughout128 pages; 6 x 9ISBN 978-0-88266-941-0; No. 66941UPC 0-37038-00941-5Illustrations throughout96 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-905-2; No. 66905UPC 0-37038-00905-7Illustrations throughout368 pages; 6 x 9


30Food & DrinkANSWER BOOKSJEFF COXFrom Vines to WinesBESTSELLERThe Winemaker’s Answer BookALISON CROWEIn one handy little Q & A book, Alison Crowe, a.k.a. the “WineWizard,” answers the questions and solves the problems thatkeep home winemakers awake, worrying whether or not theirwine will be drinkable. Drawn from real-life winemaking situations— from choosing grapes to sanitizing bottles — thisreassuring reference explains the entire process and offersproven solutions for fixing the problems.Many things can go wrong beforethe wine is actually poured. TheWinemaker’s Answer Book is hereto keep everything fermentingproperly.Flexibind: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-656-9No. 67656UPC 0-37038-17656-8Two-color; illustrations throughout384 pages; 4½ x 6“. . . for anyone who isinterested in wine andwants . . . to betterunderstand the processfrom grape to wine.”— Palm Beach PostCellaring WineYou can create your own backyard winery! From Vines to Winescovers every step of the grape-growing and wine-makingprocess right through to savoring the finished product. Thisfourth edition features an updated resource list and a forewordby Timothy Mondavi of Mondavi Vineyards. 140,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-105-2; No. 67105UPC 0-37038-00105-1A complete sourcebook for enjoying perfectly matured wine, CellaringWine presents a working system of selecting wines that willage well, laying them down properly, keeping track of the cellar’sinventory, and knowing when to drink the aged-toperfectionbottles. There are also building instructions forvarious types of storage.Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-474-9; No. 67474UPC 0-37038-17474-8Two-color; illustrations throughout272 pages; 6 x 9Illustrations throughout256 pages; 6 x 9“Cox has a lively prose style that keeps this guide forgrape growers and home vintners from ever becomingdull or pompous.”— The San Francisco Examiner10-copy counter display:(5 of each Homebrewer’s andWinemaker’s Answer Books)$149.50 US / $185.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-722-1No. 67722UPC 0-37038-17722-0The Homebrewer’s Answer BookASHTON LEWISMaster brewer Ashton Lewis answers all the questions thatarise at every step of the homebrewing process, from choosingequipment and ingredients to achieving the perfect foam. In afriendly Q & A format, Lewis guides readers through the wonderfulprocess of turning malt, hops, yeast, and water into beer.His straightforward expertise calms the beginner and givesexperienced brewers the confidence to experiment with newflavors, recipes, and styles.Flexibind: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-675-0; No. 67675UPC 0-37038-17675-9Two-color; illustrations throughout432 pages; 4½ x 6The HomeWinemaker’sCompanionGENE SPAZIANI ANDED HALLORANBESTSELLERHere are 115 delectable winerecipes to guide you througheverything from making yourvery first from a kit to masteringadvanced techniquesfor making wine from grapes.Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-209-7; No. 67209UPC 0-37038-17209-6Two-color throughout272 pages; 8 x 8CloneBrewsTESS AND MARKSZAMATULSKIBrew beer that tastes justlike your favorite commercialbrands with this collection of150 “cloned” recipes. 48,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-077-2; No. 67077UPC 0-37038-00077-1Two-color throughout176 pages; 7 x 9“150 well-crafted recipesproduce good approximationsof world-famousbeers like Guinness andSamuel Adams.”— Star LedgerNorth AmericanCloneBrewsSCOTT R. RUSSELLClone the best 150 beers inNorth America without leavingyour kitchen! Each recipecomes complete with partialmash, all-extract, and allgraininstructions.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-246-2; No. 67246UPC 0-37038-17246-1Two-color throughout176 pages; 7 x 9


Gardening31“The shocking pinkcover . . . is aneye-catcher, but it’sthe solid advice,luxurious photos,and detailed gardendesigns within thatmake this book akeeper!”— National GardeningAssociationThe PerennialGardener’sDesign PrimerSTEPHANIE COHEN & NANCY J. ONDRAPHOTOGRAPHY BY ROB CARDILLOBESTSELLERHome gardeners can use these tried-and-true design rules to creategardens that complement specific site limitations and deliverdesired color effects. The lively, authoritative text includes plansfor 20 gardens and a guide to more than 475 reliable perennials. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book Club 2006 Winner of the Garden Writer’s Silver Award of Achievement 58,000 copies in print“O’Sullivan shows aspiring greenthumbshow to take care of theirgardens all year-round . . . her tone iswarm and encouraging.”— Publishers WeeklyThe Homeowner's CompleteTree & Shrub HandbookPENELOPE O'SULLIVANPHOTOGRAPHY BY KAREN BUSSOLINITrees and shrubs can be the heart andsoul of the home landscape plane, providingspring blossoms, summer fruit, a regalsilhouette, and rough and rugged bark, orseasonally changing foliage. Learn how touse them effectively with this comprehensivehandbook, covering all the essentials of woody plant gardening. Inaddition to basic design principles and plant selection and care, thehandbook features an extensive encyclopedia of hundreds of treeand shrub profiles, covering ease of cultivation, availability, history,hardiness, size and growth rate, and special characteristics. Selection of Bookspan's Homestyle Book ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-543-2; No. 67543UPC 0-37038-17543-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover with jacket:$34.95 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-545-6; No. 67545UPC 0-37038-17545-5320 pages; 8 x 10Paper: $29.95 US / $36.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-570-8; No. 67570UPC 0-37038-17570-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover with Jacket:$39.95 US / $49.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-571-5; No. 67571UPC 0-37038-17571-4416 pages; 8 x 10“If your ideaof heaven is ayard filled withflowers, then thisis the bible youwill want to readreligiously.”— SeattlePost-Intelligencer“Loaded with design ideas, tips, andphotographs, this easy and fun read isessential for the home gardener lookingfor low-maintenance or problem-areaground covers.”— Library JournalThe Flower Gardener’s BibleLEWIS AND NANCY HILLPHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSEPH DE SCIOSEA comprehensive flower primer in three sections: part onecovers all the flower fundamentals — choosing, planning, andplanting; part two presents plans for 25 beautiful theme gardens;and part three is a photographic encyclopedia of morethan 400 species with advice on how to keep them thriving. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book Club 71,000 copies in printBESTSELLERCovering GroundBARBARA W. ELLISGround covers are a beautiful way to bringvariety, texture, and durability to opensweeps of lawn. A vibrant new palette of unexpected plantchoices and hardworking design and planting advice givegardeners the know-how to create striking, low-maintenancealternatives to traditional lawns. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-665-1; No. 67665UPC 0-37038-17665-0Paper: $27.50 US / $33.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-462-6; No. 67462UPC 0-37038-17462-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover: $37.50 US / $46.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-463-3; No. 67463UPC 0-37038-17463-2384 pages; 8 x 10Hardcover with jacket: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-664-4; No. 67664UPC 0-37038-17664-3Full-color; photographs and Illustrations throughout224 pages; 9 x 10


32GardeningThe Organic Lawn CareManualPAUL TUKEY“Truly a great read and agreat resource.”— NewsdayPaul Tukey is “the Al Gore oflawn care.”— Philadelphia InquirerAnswering the growing demand for organicgrass with a comprehensive volume ofnatural lawn-care information, Paul Tukeyexplains the many elements that contributeto a healthy, natural lawn. Begin with welltreated,properly fed soil, plant it with a grasscultivar appropriate to local conditions, waterthe lawn well, and maintain the height witha good blade. Tukey clearly explains eachstep, guides readers through the problems ofweeds and pests, and addresses the specificconcerns of lawnkeepers making the transitionfrom a synthetic to an organic lawnsystem.Paper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-649-1; No. 67649UPC 0-37038-17649-0Hardcover: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-655-2; No. 67655UPC 0-37038-17655-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout272 pages; 8 x 10The Lawn & GardenOwner’s ManualLEWIS AND NANCY HILLMaintenance charts andschedules (customized byclimate), paired with troubleshootingadvice for problemareas, help homeowners keepevery part of the garden freshand lively.Paper: $21.95 US / $27.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-214-1; No. 67214UPC 0-37038-17214-0Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 10Building aHealthy LawnSTUART FRANKLINForego the pesticides mostpeople use to keep lawnsgreen and beautiful with thisguide to growing grass that isboth attractive to look at andorganically maintained. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 47,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-518-4; No. 66518UPC 0-37038-00518-9Illustrations throughout176 pages; 6 x 9Carrots LoveTomatoesBESTSELLERRoses Love GarlicLOUISE RIOTTELet It Rot!STU CAMPBELLMulch It!STU CAMPBELLWatering Systemsfor Lawn & GardenLOUISE RIOTTEHere is the classic companion-gardeningguide tousing the natural attributesof wild plants, vegetables,and herbs to strengthen andsupport each other. Learnwhich plants nourish the soil,which keep away bugs andpests, and which just don’tget along. 625,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-027-7; No. 67027UPC 0-37038-00027-6Illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 9“This sequel to CarrotsLove Tomatoes is ‘anunorthodox guide, full ofsurprises, and fun to readas well as helpful . . . moreinteresting than manyhow-to’s.’ ”— Publishers Weekly 195,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-028-4; No. 67028UPC 0-37038-00028-3Illustrations throughout256 pages; 6 x 9Turn household waste intothe gardener’s gold: compost.“The classic guide tomaking compost and leafmold and what to do withit once you’ve made it.”— Chicago Tribune Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 300,000 copies in printPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-023-9; No. 67023UPC 0-37038-00023-8Illustrations throughout160 pages; 6 x 9Mulch protects soil, minimizesweeds, contributesto plant health, encouragesearthworms, reduces theneed to water, and cuts downon garden labor. And if youwant to know about mulch,Campbell has it covered. 47,000 copies in printPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-316-2; No. 67316UPC 0-37038-17316-1Illustrations throughout128 pages; 6 x 9R. DODGE WOODSONWritten by a master plumberin clear, nontechnical language,this guide explains alltypes of irrigation systemsand gives step-by-step installationinstructions.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-906-9; No. 66906UPC 0-37038-00906-4Illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 11


BEST-SELLINGAUTHOREDWARD C. SMITHGardening33“This handy book makesgardening for edibleseasier than ever.”— The Washington PostIncredible Vegetablesfrom Self-WateringContainersImagine a vegetable garden that neverneeds weeding, produces a bountifulharvest, and only requires fresh wateronce a week or so. Using today’s reliableself-watering containers, bestsellingauthor and vegetable gardener Ed Smith shows gardeners how to coax the verybest vegetables, herbs, and even some fresh fruits from a surprising new source. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle, One Spirit, andOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Clubs 2007 Winner of the Garden Writer's Silver Award of Achievement for Writing 39,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-556-2; No. 67556UPC 0-37038-17556-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-557-9; No. 67557UPC 0-37038-17557-8256 pages; 8 x 10“One of the mostAmerican gardeningtomes ever published.In every small town,there is a vegetablegarden that peoplego out of their wayto walk past. Smithis the guy who grewthat garden.”— The New York TimesBook ReviewThe VegetableGardener’s BibleEd Smith’s high-yield gardening system gives vegetable gardeners theirbest results ever, resulting in fewer weeds, healthier plants, and deliciousvegetables. Smith includes advice on the best varieties of many vegetablesand herbs, with regional and taste considerations. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle and Outdoorsman’s Edge Book Clubs 206,000 copies in printPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-212-7; No. 67212UPC 0-37038-17212-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover: $37.50 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-213-4; No. 67213UPC 0-37038-17213-3320 pages; 8 x 10The Complete CompostGardening GuideBARBARA PLEASANT &DEBORAH L. MARTINThe Gardener’s A–Z Guideto Growing Organic FoodTANYA L.K. DENCKLABESTSELLERThe one-volume resource organic gardeners need, this handbookprovides in-depth growing, harvesting, and storing informationfor 765 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and nuts.To keep the crop healthy, organic remedies for 201 garden pestsand diseases are included. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book ClubReimagine the compost bin as nutritious,life-giving heaps, conveniently placed rightin the garden. These heaps live among theplants in a nourishing, organic environment,creating bountiful, compost-rich gardens thatrequire less digging, weeding, mulching, andeven less planting. Compost can even be customized to suit the soil andplant mix of every garden. Forget those old compost bins moldering awayin dark garage corners — this book’s practical approach to compostingwill turn average vegetable plots into rich incubators of healthy produce,bursting with fresh flavor.Paper: $22.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-370-4; No. 67370UPC 0-37038-17370-3Two-color; illustrations throughout496 pages; 7 x 9“A great gift for anyvegetable gardener whoprefers Earth-friendlymethods.”— Pittsburgh Post-GazettePaper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-702-3; No. 67702UPC 0-37038-17702-2Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-703-0; No. 67703UPC 0-37038-17703-9320 pages; 8 x 10


34Gardening“If you are one ofthose people wholikes to plungeright in withoutpausing to readthe directions,this book is foryou.”— Chicago TribuneThe City Gardener’sHandbookBonsai SurvivalManualCreating BonsaiLandscapesLINDA YANGCOLIN LEWISSU CHIN EEDown & Dirty!ELLEN ZACHOSAnyone can garden. It’s as simple as mastering one smallproject, knowing the pleasure of making something grow, andbuilding the confidence to move on to another challenge. EllenZachos encourages would-be gardeners to discover the joys ofgetting down and dirty with simple, fun gardening activities —planting a tree, designing a small stonescape, starting a strawberrybed — for every taste. Her clear instructions and sensibleexplanations of gardening basics provide a funky, lightheartedintroduction to the hobby for a new generation of gardeners. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-641-5; No. 67641UPC 0-37038-17641-4Hardcover: $30.00 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-642-2; No. 67642UPC 0-37038-17642-1Here is an invaluableresource for any gardener facingthe challenge of growingplants where space is limited,whether in the dooryard of asuburban townhouse or on amidcity rooftop. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-449-7; No. 67449UPC 0-37038-17449-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout336 pages; 7 x 9Buy and grow attractive bonsaiand keep them thrivingwith this one-stop source ofvital information. Fifty popularspecies are covered in thisexcellent beginner’s guide. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 44,000 copies in printPaper: $21.95 US / $27.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-853-6; No. 66853UPC 0-37038-00853-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 7x9Miniature bonsai landscapesare easy to create with thesestep-by-step projects andadvice on choosing and nurturingplants. Selection of Bookspan’sHomestyle Book ClubPaper with flaps:$24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-484-8; No. 67484UPC 0-37038-17484-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 9 x 9Full-color; photographs and256 pages; 9 x 10illustrations throughout“Everything the indoorgardener could everwant to know iscontained in Pleasant’smonumentally comprehensive. . . must-havemanual.”— BooklistThe Complete HouseplantSurvival ManualBARBARA PLEASANTWelcome to an exciting new world of indoor plants! BarbaraPleasant’s stylish care guide covers colorful imports, dozens oflong-flowering varieties, and hardier cultivars of old favorites.Full-color plant profiles offer troubleshooting, care, pruning,repotting, and propagating advice for each of 160 houseplants.A detailed A-to-Z primer on general houseplant health roundsout this comprehensive addition to the gardening category. Selection of Bookspan’s One Spirit Book Club, HomeStyle,Doubleday, Book-of-the-Month, and Crossings Book Clubs 43,000 copies in printFlexibind: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-569-2; No. 67569UPC 0-37038-17569-1BESTSELLERFull-color; photographs andillustrations throughout384 pages; 7 x 10Tabletop GardensROSEMARY McCREARYForty dazzling tabletopgardens inspire the indoorgreen thumb year-round.These innovative gardenprojects include step-by-stepdesign and planting instructions,a complete checklist ofrequired materials, ongoingcare advice, and fullcolorphotography of materialsand the completed garden.Paper with flaps:$16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-837-2; No. 67837UPC 0-37038-17837-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout168 pages; 8 x 10Window BoxesJAMES CRAMER& DEAN JOHNSON“This book is off-thechartcreative . . . andoutlines do-it-yourselfprojects for every season,some perfect for kids.”— Good HousekeepingPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-518-0; No. 67518UPC 0-37038-17518-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 9 x 10The PracticalGuide to ContainerGardeningSUSAN BERRY &STEVE BRADLEYAlong with comprehensiveinformation on plantingtechniques, as well as careand maintenance, this bookincludes a fully illustrated A-to-Z directory of more than100 plant species. Selection of BookspanPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-329-2; No. 67329UPC 0-37038-17329-1Full-color; photographs throughout160 pages; 8 x 10


Gardening35Shady RetreatsBARBARA W. ELLISCreate cool outdoor spaceswith 20 detailed shadegardenplans. Designs includeblueprints, full-color plantphotographs, and paintingsof the finished gardens. Alsoincluded is an encyclopedia of100 shade-loving plants, plusanother 100 plants appropriatefor creating shady privacy. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-472-5; No. 67472UPC 0-37038-17472-4Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 10The Gardener’sA–Z Guide toGrowing Flowersfrom Seed to BloomEILEEN POWELLAn encyclopedia of 576 annuals,perennials, and bulbswith information on sowing,transplanting, bloom time,propagation, and general care.Features a full-color flowergallery and a design planner. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-517-3; No. 67517UPC 0-37038-17517-2Two-color; illustrations throughout64-page full-color plant guide528 pages; 7 x 9Hardy SucculentsGWEN MOORE KELAIDISPHOTOGRAPHY BY SAXON HOLTAn exciting array of hardy succulents thrivesin climates far from the arid regions of theSouthwest. From agaves to ice plants, sedumsto sempervivums, hardy succulents aregardening’s hippest plants. They bring color,texture, versatility, and durability to perennialbeds and add a touch of the unexpectedto nondesert gardens. This complete resourceoffers step-by-step growing instructions, practicalcare tips, advice on weeding and dividing,creative design ideas, and stunning photography.The first book dedicated to bringingsucculents to every North American hardinesszone, Hardy Succulents opens up a whole newworld of plants.Paper with flaps: $19.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-700-9; No. 67700UPC 0-37038-17700-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutHardcover: $29.95 US / $35.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-701-6; No. 67701UPC 0-37038-17701-5160 pages; 9 x 9FoliageNANCY J. ONDRAPHOTOGRAPHY BY ROB CARDILLODiscover the versatility, durability, and seasonlongcolor possibilities of garden foliage.Organized by color and texture, each chapterillustrates the features and requirements ofdozens of plants, all chosen for the uniqueappeal of their leaves. Vivid plant combinationsinspire gardeners to add sturdy, reliablefoliage to any landscape.Paper with flaps: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-648-4; No. 67648UPC 0-37038-17648-3Full-color; photographs throughout304 pages; 9 x 9“The excellent design, thorough descriptions,and outstanding photographs. . . make Foliage a truly useful guide.Whether you have a gap to fill or youneed a jumping-off point for a newdesign, there’s a foliage plant that fillsthe bill, and you’ll find it in this book.”— HorticultureDayliliesLEWIS & NANCY HILLDaylilies are available in awide variety of colors andtextures, require little maintenance,and are adaptableto almost any landscape orregion. The Hills’ extensivegrowing advice includes alist of more than 200 of theirfavorite cultivars. 49,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-651-8; No. 66651UPC 0-37038-00651-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout208 pages; 7 x 9Caring for PerennialsJANET MACUNOVICHWith Macunovich’s techniquesfor prioritizing,planning, and record keeping,you’ll be able to grow aworld-class perennial gardenin an average of one hour ofmaintenance per 100 squarefeet per month. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 45,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-957-1; No. 66957UPC 0-37038-00957-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout200 pages; 8 x 11Hardcover with jacket: $35.00 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-654-5; No. 67654UPC 0-37038-17654-4GrassesNANCY J. ONDRAPHOTOGRAPHY BY SAXON HOLTOrnamental grasses provide texture, color,and movement to diverse garden designs.They also stabilize soil and conserve water.Learn how to use dozens of stunning grassvarieties in combination with other gardenplants. Illustrated plans for 24 gardens highlightthe versatility of grasses. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book Club 95,000 copies in printPaper with flaps: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-423-7; No. 67423UPC 0-37038-17423-6BESTSELLERFull-color; photographsand illustrations throughout144 pages; 9 x 9


36Gardening“If you’ve ever contemplatedadding agreenhouse to yourproperty but didn’tknow where tostart, How to BuildYour Own Greenhousewill pointyou in the rightdirection.”— The American GardenerDesigning YourGardens andLandscapesSecrets of PlantPropagationLEWIS HILLThe Gardener’sBug BookBARBARA PLEASANTHow to Build Your Own GreenhouseROGER MARSHALLA home greenhouse is the ultimate dream of many avid gardeners.Covering everything from choosing a site to makingplumbing, heating, and lighting decisions, Roger Marshallhelps gardeners achieve the dream of year-round growing. Forthose readers ready to start building, Marshall provides do-ityourselfplans for nine greenhouses, ranging from a simple coldframe to an elaborate detached structure.JANET MACUNOVICHAppropriate for any region,this practical 12-step approachto home landscape designfocuses on the individual preferences,natural restrictions,and climatic concerns of thelandscaper. Selection of Bookspan 65,000 copies in printGrow plants from seed andlearn how to start your ownshrubs and trees with clearlyexplained grafting techniques.The results will be bountiful,healthy plants and greattastingfruits and vegetables. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 124,000 copies in printWorking with nature toreduce the presence of gardenpests, Barbara Pleasant showshow to produce bountiful,environmentally safe, andchemical-free gardens.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-609-9; No. 66609UPC 0-37038-00609-4Illustrations throughoutPaper with comb binding:Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CAN144 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-647-7; No. 67647UPC 0-37038-17647-6Illustrations throughout264 pages; 8 x 10Hardcover: $34.95 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-587-6; No. 67587UPC 0-37038-17587-5$18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-315-5; No. 67315UPC 0-37038-17315-4Illustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 10ISBN 978-0-88266-370-8; No. 66370UPC 0-37038-00370-3Illustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 11“Highly effective,environmentallyresponsible techniquesfor coping with deer.”— Woman’s DayThe Weather-Resilient GardenCold-ClimateGardeningThe Gardener’sWeed BookCHARLES W.G. SMITHLEWIS HILLBARBARA PLEASANTDeerproofing YourYard & GardenRHONDA MASSINGHAM HARTProtect plants from deer damage with innovative fencing,homemade or commercial repellents, or simply by using plantsthat deer hate. All that and more is covered in this completelyrevised and updated edition of the classic on deerproofing techniques.The most up-to-date information on Lyme disease anddeer tick repellents keeps the gardener safe, too. Selection of Bookspan’s Outdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 102,000 copies in printBESTSELLERPlan and grow gardens thatcan stand up to drought,flood, high wind, or unseasonablecold or heat; but beready with emergency triageoptions when disaster doesstrike. The book also includesan encyclopedia of 100weather-tough plants. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-516-6; No. 67516UPC 0-37038-17516-5For the gardener plagued byearly and late frosts, arcticwinds, and inhospitable terrain,here is invaluable adviceon landscaping, growingfood, and warming up thesoil in the icebox regions ofNorth America. 40,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-441-5; No. 66441UPC 0-37038-00441-0Photographs andillustrations throughoutBarbara Pleasant explainshow to identify, work with,and organically control 80weeds commonly found inNorth America.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-921-2; No. 66921UPC 0-37038-00921-7Illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANUPC 0-37038-17585-1Illustrations throughout320 pages; 6 x 9ISBN 978-1-58017-585-2Illustrations throughout416 pages; 6 x 9No. 67585208 pages; 6 x 9


Gardening37“Ondra andCohen’s vibrantand authoritativeguide is a musthaveresource.”— BooklistBESTSELLERPoolscapingDeckscapingSeascape GardeningCATRIONA TUDOR ERLERFrom choosing lighting topicking plants, learn what ittakes to create a beautifulpool area. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 57,000 copies in printPaper with flaps:$19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-385-8; No. 67385UPC 0-37038-17385-7BARBARA W. ELLISTransform any deck from anoverexposed flat space to acool, private living area withtrellises, lighting, and plants. Main Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 63,000 copies in printPaper with flaps:$19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-408-4; No. 67408UPC 0-37038-17408-3ANNE HALPINPHOTOGRAPHY BY ROGER FOLEYChoose plants and landscapedesigns that work best incoastal gardens from NewEngland to the Carolinas. 2007 Winner of theGarden Writer's Silver Awardof AchievementPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-531-9; No. 67531UPC 0-37038-17531-8FallscapingNANCY J. ONDRA & STEPHANIE COHENPHOTOGRAPHY BY ROB CARDILLOTemperate weather, reliable rainfall, glorious natural color, andgolden light — these are the pleasures of autumn. Why nottake advantage of these gorgeous conditions and plant a gardenthat continues to bloom and thrive as the days grow shorter?Here is a comprehensive guide to the best fall-blooming plants,along with 10 complete garden plans that combine flowers,trees, shrubs, ground covers, and grasses in designs sure toplease autumn-loving gardeners.Hardcover with jacket:$29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-386-5; No. 67386UPC 0-37038-17386-4Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout208 pages; 9 x 10Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 9 x 10Hardcover with jacket:$35.00 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-533-3; No. 67533UPC 0-37038-17533-2Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout224 pages; 9 x 9Paper with flaps:$22.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-680-4; No. 67680UPC 0-37038-17680-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout240 pages; 9 x 10“The perfectbalance ofinspiration andinstruction wentinto this beautifullyphotographedhow-to book.”— Seattle Post-IntelligencerWaterscapingNatural StonescapesStonescapingJUDY GLATTSTEINWhether the water is naturalor installed by the owner,a very large pond or just asoggy garden patch, here isadvice for using more than400 water-appropriate plants,including ferns, grasses,sedges, and rushes. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-606-8; No. 66606UPC 0-37038-00606-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 7 x 9RICHARD L. DUBÉ ANDFREDERICK C. CAMPBELLCreate beautiful landscapesthat mimic the forms ofnature with more than 20designs for stone groupingsappropriate for all typesof sites. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-092-5; No. 67092UPC 0-37038-00092-4Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 10JAN KOWALCZEWSKIWHITNERPractical and detailed directionsfor incorporating thebeauty and strength of stoneinto more than 20 Asian,European, and contemporaryhome garden designs. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 122,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-755-3; No. 66755UPC 0-37038-00755-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout168 pages; 8 x 11Garden StoneBARBARA PLEASANTPHOTOGRAPHY BY DENCY KANEWarm, richly textured stonework, artfully blended with othergarden plantings, gives strength and structure to 40 enchantinglandscape designs. Projects ranging from a simple flagstonepath to an elaborate Zen-inspired meditation garden are clearlydescribed and beautifully photographed. Winner of a Garden Globe Award of Achievement Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book Club 59,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-544-9; No. 67544UPC 0-37038-17544-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout240 pages; 8 x 10BESTSELLER


38GardeningGrowing 101Herbs That HealTAMMI HARTUNGA complete primer on planting,harvesting and usingmedicinal plants.Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-215-8; No. 67215UPC 0-37038-17215-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout256 pages; 8 x 10“This book takes a forward look at growingmedicinal herbs that will positively affect notonly the health of the gardener, but the earthas well.”— Rosemary Gladstar, herbalist and authorThe Herb GardenerSUSAN McCLURE Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 53,000 copies in printPaper: $21.95 US / $27.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-873-4; No. 66873UPC 0-37038-00873-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout240 pages; 8 x 10Herbal Tea GardensMARIETTA MARSHALLMARCINComplete instructions forgrowing tea herbs, plus recipesfor blending and brewing.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-106-9; No. 67106UPC 0-37038-00106-8Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 8Herbal RemedyGardensDORIE BYERS Selection of Bookspan’s OneSpirit, Crafter’s Choice, andHomeStyle Book ClubsPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-095-6; No. 67095UPC 0-37038-17095-5Two-color; illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 8Growing & UsingHerbs SuccessfullyBETTY E.M. JACOBSThis illustrated guide teachesreaders how to plant, propagate,harvest, dry, freeze, store, andsell (both wholesale and retail)64 of the most popular herbs. 173,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-249-7; No. 66249Growing YourHerb BusinessBERTHA REPPERTSaving SeedsMARC ROGERS 57,000 copies in printJoy of GardeningDICK RAYMOND 777,000 copies in printUPC 0-37038-00249-2Illustrations throughout240 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-612-9; No. 66612UPC 0-37038-00612-4Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-634-1; No. 66634UPC 0-37038-00634-6Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $24.95 US / $31.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-319-7; No. 66319UPC 0-37038-00319-2; 8 x 10Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout; 384 pagesTips for theLazy GardenerLINDA TILGNERPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-026-0; No. 67026UPC 0-37038-00026-9Illustrations throughout144 pages; 6 x 9Catfish Ponds& Lily PadsLOUISE RIOTTEPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-949-6; No. 66949UPC 0-37038-00949-1Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9OutdoorWater FeaturesALAN & GILL BRIDGEWATERPaper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-334-6; No. 67334UPC 0-37038-17334-5; Full-color;photographs and illustrationsthroughout; 128 pages; 8 x 11Outdoor WoodworkALAN & GILL BRIDGEWATERPaper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-437-4; No. 67437UPC 0-37038-17437-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 8 x 11Outdoor StoneworkALAN & GILL BRIDGEWATERPaper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-333-9; No. 67333UPC 0-37038-17333-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 8 x 11


Gardening39“Informative andwell-organized.”— Organic FarmingChristmas TreesLEWIS HILLLewis Hill, an experiencedtree grower, shares hisenthusiasm for the businessin this comprehensive bookof essential information forgrowing and selling trees,wreaths, and holiday greens. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-566-5; No. 66566UPC 0-37038-00566-0Illustrations throughout160 pages; 6 x 9The Perfect PumpkinGAIL DAMEROWGail Damerow offers detailedinstructions on how to growand harvest more than 95varieties, plus fun ideas forcarving and crafts projectsand more than 30 recipes.The big orange pumpkin isno longer just for Halloween.Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-993-9; No. 66993UPC 0-37038-00993-4Illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 9Fruits and Berries forthe Home GardenLEWIS HILL“Hill’s expertise andeasy conversational toneilluminate the mysteriesof everything from pollinationto pruning.”— The Washington PostBook World 58,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-763-8; No. 66763UPC 0-37038-00763-3Photographs andillustrations throughout280 pages; 6 x 9SuccessfulSmall-ScaleFarmingKARL SCHWENKESmall-scale farms can be cleaner, smarter, and more efficientthan corporate agribusiness. This inspiring handbook introducesthe small-farm owner to the real potential and the difficultrealities of making a full- or part-time living from the land.Focusing on organic methods, Karl Schwenke discusses soilcare, machinery, the best “cash crops,” and much more. Selection of Bookspan’s Outdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 71,000 copies in printBESTSELLERPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-642-6; No. 66642UPC 0-37038-00642-1Illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 11BESTSELLERThe Gardener’s Guideto Plant DiseasesBARBARA PLEASANTThe antidotes for the 50 mostcommon plant diseases,with information on whatthey look like, where theyoccur, what they will do tothe plant, and how to controlthem organically.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-274-9; No. 66274UPC 0-37038-00274-4Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Seed Sowingand SavingCAROLE B. TURNERLearn when to harvest theseeds of more than 100 vegetables,herbs, and flowers, aswell as how to dry, store, andtest them for viability for thenext growing season. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-001-7; No. 67001UPC 0-37038-00001-6Illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 11Secrets to Great SoilELIZABETH P. STELLGreat soil grows a great garden!More than 300 detailedillustrations and dozens ofcharts show gardeners how tosolve all of their soilproblems. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 35,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-008-6; No. 67008UPC 0-37038-00008-5Illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 11PruningMade EasyLEWIS HILLBESTSELLERMore than 300 step-by-stepillustrations demonstrate theproper times, equipment, andtechniques for safely pruningtrees, shrubs, hedges, vines,and flowers. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 162,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-006-2; No. 67006UPC 0-37038-00006-1Illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 11Making YourSmall Farm ProfitableRON MACHERWhether you’re buying anew farm or jump-starting anold one, with Ron Macher’sdown-to-earth advice on planning,farming, and marketingyou’ll make your farm profitable. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 43,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-161-8; No. 67161UPC 0-37038-17161-7Photographs andillustrations throughout288 pages; 6 x 9


40CraftsSTEPHANIE PEARL-McPHEE, THE YARN HARLOTStephanie Pearl-McPheeCasts OffBEST-SELLINGAUTHORKnitters of all ages and levels are invited toembark with Stephanie Pearl-McPhee on a journey deepinto the land populated by those obsessed with yarn,needles, and what’s on those needles now. Pearl-McPhee’stour-guide commentary on the people, language, strangebeliefs, etiquette, and cultural customs of the world whereknitters rule is spot-on and marked by the wit honed onher popular blog, www.yarnharlot.com. It’s an expeditionno knitter will want to miss! Includes basic instructions formaking hats, socks, and scarves and improvising patterns. 51,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-658-3; No. 67658UPC 0-37038-17658-2Two-color; illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 88-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-724-5No. 67724UPC 0-37038-17724-4“The knitting world'sErma Bombeck.”“The Yarn Harlot isa natural stand-up comic.”— Minneapolis Star Tribune— The Austin American StatesmanPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-834-1; No. 67834UPC 0-37038-17834-0Illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 88-copy counter display:$103.60 US / $127.60 CANKnitting Rules!Both a celebration of knitting and a sourcebookfor practical information, Knitting Rules! offerssimple instructions for making hats, socks,and scarves, and sympathetic, emotional support.Pearl-McPhee examines essential truismsof knitting, side by side with tongue-in-cheekwarnings, realities, and fantasies about the actof knitting and the people who do it. Unravelingthe mysteries of what it is that makes knittingclick, the Yarn Harlot is at her hilarious best! 85,000 copies in print“Stephanie Pearl-McPhee strikes again,and she’s — is it possible? — zanier thanever. She has created another laugh-outloudmasterpiece that is sure to top anyknitter’s wish list.”— Vogue KnittingPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-589-0No. 67589UPC 0-37038-17589-9320 pages; 4 x 68-copy counter display:$79.60 US / $100.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-786-3No. 67786UPC 0-37038-17786-2At Knit’s EndKnitting might be relaxingfor some people, butStephanie Pearl-McPheeknows that the real spiritof knitting lies somewherebetween obsession andinsanity! This hilariousbook will have obsessiveknitters everywhere laughingin relieved recognition— even while planningtheir next yarn-buyingexpedition. Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice Book Club 121,000 copies in printISBN 978-1-58017-759-7; No. 67759UPC 0-37038-17759-6“It’s candy forknitters.”— Baltimore Sun


Crafts41One-SkeinWondersEDITED BY JUDITH DURANTBESTSELLERIn every knitter’s closet there arelonely skeins of orphan yarn thatnever seem to get used. Now theyhave a purpose — 101 purposesactually. Contributed by yarn shopowners across the country, thesepatterns for hats, mittens, scarves,bags, socks, baby sweaters, andmuch more can all be knit with asingle skein of yarn. Authorless event kit available Main Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice Book Club 75,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-645-3; No. 67645UPC 0-37038-17645-2Two-color; illustrations throughout24-page full-color photographic insert240 pages; 8 x 8½8-copy counter display:$151.60 US / $191.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-728-3; No. 67728UPC 0-37038-17728-2“Exactly what local yarn shop ownersaround the country think you should dowhen you have just one ball to knit.”— Yarn Market News101 DesignerOne-Skein WondersEDITED BY JUDITH DURANTFor every lonely single skeinthere is a perfectly wonderfulsmall pattern. Knitweardesigners from across thecountry offer their favorite littleprojects — each one designed touse just one ball of yarn. Hats,scarves, bags, shawls, mittens,pillows, and other one-skeinwonders make fun weekendprojects, easy to slip in everyknitter’s yarn bag and quick tocomplete. All 101 designs are pictured in a full-color project gallery. Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-688-0; No. 67688UPC 0-37038-17688-9Two-color; illustrations throughout32-page full-color photographic insert256 pages; 8 x 8½8-copy counter display:$151.60 US / $188.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-708-5; No. 67708UPC 0-37038-17708-4“Crystal-cleardiagrams anddetailed photographsmakethese projectsmixed-signal free,and with 22 manfriendlyknits,you’re sure to findthe right messagefor your beau.”— Knit.1 MagazineNever Knit Your Man a Sweater**unless you've got the ring!JUDITH DURANTFor every woman who has devoted countless hours to knittingher guy a sweater, only to see it disappear after an untimelybreakup, Judith Durant offers ideal projects for each stage ofthe relationship. Scarves, hats, gloves, vests, and sweaters sayeverything from, “That was a fun evening. Let’s do it again,”to “The diamond is gorgeous and I love you. Happy first anniversary.”Smart, good-looking patterns men will love; completeeasy-to-follow instructions; and wry relationship humor— what more could the smitten knitter need?2-at-a-Time SocksMELISSA MORGAN-OAKESSay goodbye forever to Second dSock kSyndrome!Knitting one sock is fun and rewarding, but finishing the second one canbe a little boring. Now an easy-to-learn new technique enables sock stitchersto work on two socks at one time, finishing both parts of the pair onthe same day. Step-by-step photographs illustrate the method of castingon and knitting two socks together on one long circular needle. Best of all,any sock pattern can be adapted to this innovative 2-at-a-time technique,so the fun doesn’t end with the 15 original patterns in this book. Lonely,abandoned single socks are now a thing of the past!Paper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-646-0; No. 67646UPC 0-37038-17646-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout184 pages; 8x 10Hardcover with concealed wire-o:$16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-691-0; No. 67691UPC 0-37038-17691-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout; 144 pages; 7x 9


42CraftsANSWER BOOKSThe Crochet Answer BookFlexibind with cloth spine:$12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-598-2; No. 67598UPC 0-37038-17598-1Two-color; illustrations throughoutThe CrochetAnswer BookEDIE ECKMANThe KnittingAnswer BookMARGARET RADCLIFFECovering the whole range of situations a beginner is likely toface, along with problems that may arise at more advancedlevels, these Answer Books are indispensable additions tothe project bags of every knitter and crocheter. And with atake-along trim size and friendly Q&A format, they’re readilyavailable for every yarn crisis.10-copy counter display:(5 of each Answer Book)$139.50 US / $172.25 CANBESTSELLERISBN 978-1-58017-788-7No. 67788UPC 0-37038-17788-6BESTSELLER320 pages; 4 x 6 Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice Book Club 122,000 copies in printThe Knitting Answer BookFlexibind with cloth spine:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-599-9; No. 67599UPC 0-37038-17599-8Two-color; illustrations throughout400 pages; 4 x 6 Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice Book Club 122,000 copies in printKnit BabyHead & Toes!EDITED BY GWEN STEEGE Selection of Bookspan’sChildren’s Book-of-the-Month Club 38,000 copies in printDie-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-494-7; No. 67494UPC 0-37038-17494-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 98-copy counter display: (4 each)(Knit Baby Head & Toes!/Knit Baby Blankets!)$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-899-5; No. 67899UPC 0-37038-17899-9Knit Baby Blankets!EDITED BY GWEN STEEGE Selection of Bookspan’sChildren’s Book-of-the-Month ClubDie-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-495-4; No. 67495UPC 0-37038-17495-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 9“The prolificJensen is at homewith both knittingand crochet, andhere she unites thebest of what eachhas to offer.”— Yarn Market NewsKnitting Loves CrochetCANDI JENSENSoft, shapely knitting meets pretty, crocheted edgings and flowersin a collection of designs guaranteed to convert the knittingonlycrowd to the pleasures of crochet. A little crochet can adda lot of fun to knitted sweaters, scarves, hats, placemats — thepossibilities are endless. Simple crocheting instructions getevery knitter quickly up to speed, and charming photographyof the exciting projects will inspire knitters to make that leapinto the world of crocheted embellishments and trims. Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-842-6; No. 67842UPC 0-37038-17842-5Full-color; photographs throughout144 pages; 8 x 9Hooked on CrochetCANDI JENSENNovice and veterancrocheters will love these 20projects for bold and sassyhats, bags, clothing, andhome accessories. Step-bystepillustrated instructionsand trendy patterns make thisthe book for a new crochetgeneration.Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-547-0; No. 67547UPC 0-37038-17547-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 10Knit Mittens!ROBIN HANSEN 36,000 copies in printDie-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-483-1; No. 67483UPC 0-37038-17483-0Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 98-Copy Counter Display: (4 of each)(Knit Hats!/Knit Mittens!)$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-901-0; No. 67901UPC 0-37038-17901-9Stitchin’ Time Display (Empty); NCISBN 978-1-58017-947-8; No. 67947Other combination Stitchin' TimeDisplays available;0 see order formKnit Hats!EDITED BY GWEN STEEGE 57,000 copies in printDie-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-482-4; No. 67482UPC 0-37038-17482-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout96 pages; 7 x 9


Crafts43Felt It!MAGGIE PACEKRISTIN NICHOLASYes, wool knits can be tossed into a hot-water washingmachine. The articles that emerge are gloriously warmand fuzzy felted masterpieces. Maggie Pace is a masterof the technique and she shares all her tricks andmethods with knitters looking for something new.Readers learn which wools felt well, what size needlescreate the desired prefelted texture, how to shape projects,and how to develop a knack for rescuinga project from the washing machine at the exact minuteof felted perfection. Pace’s 20 projects includehats, bags, belts, wraps, flowers, and home accessories. Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-635-4; No. 67635UPC 0-37038-17635-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout152 pages; 9x 8Knit One, Felt TooKATHLEEN TAYLORBESTSELLERFelted knitting, a hot trend in today’s knitting circles,is a technique that both beginning and experiencedknitters are eager to master. The method is simple —knit the project large and loose, wash it in hot water,and see it transformed into a soft, thick, cozy garmentor accessory. Twenty-five spectacular projects includemittens, socks, bags, toys, and home accessories. Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book Club 76,000 copies in printKristin KnitsKRISTIN NICHOLASKristin Nicholas applies her magical way with color to stunningnew designs that bring knitting alive. Concentrating on27 patterns — five each for hats, mittens, scarves, socks, andsweaters — Nicholas uses her distinctive palette to create knittedart. But she doesn’t stop there. Believing that everyone canhave fun with color, Nicholas encourages knitters to developpersonally inspiring fiber palettes for every project!Hardcover with jacket:$24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-678-1No. 67678UPC 0-37038-17678-0Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 10Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-497-8; No. 67497UPC 0-37038-17497-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 9 x 8“A how-to bible.”— Mary Engelbreit'sHome CompanionKnit ChristmasStockings!EDITED BY GWEN STEEGEKnit a Christmas memory.Written with first-time oroccasional knitters in mind,all instructions include easyto-readcharts and detailedillustrations of unusual techniques. 45,000 copies in printDie-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-505-0; No. 67505UPC 0-37038-17505-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout136 pages; 7 x 10Knit Scarves!CANDI JENSENNothing is simpler for abeginner than knitting a colorful,cozy scarf. And scarvesjust don’t get any prettier ormore fun than they are here,with 15 patterns and adviceon everything from choosingthe proper needles to tryingdozens of alternative yarnchoices. 70,000 copies in printDie-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-577-7; No. 67577UPC 0-37038-17577-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout96 pages; 7 x 9Knit Socks!BETSY LEE McCARTHYHand-knit socks are someof the most welcome gifts aknitter can bestow. Experiencedstitchers will love theyarn and needle recommendationsand 15 cool patternsin Knit Socks! The tips onworking “in the round” usingfive needles will benefit eventhe most expert knitters. 61,000 copies in printDie-cut hardcover:BESTSELLER$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-537-1; No. 67537UPC 0-37038-17537-0Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 7 x 9Colorful StitcheryKRISTIN NICHOLASEmbroidery has never looked so good, incorporated so muchcolor, or been so fun and simple to do! Author Kristin Nicholasinspires and encourages would-be and experienced stitchersalike with dozens of projects to brighten and warm any home.Pillow covers, napkins, tablecloths, blankets, and throws allbecome decorative focal points when enhanced with stitchedfloral motifs or color-saturated polka dots. And the fun continueswith ribbon-stitched craft boxes, embroidered stationery,and even a pair of espadrilles! Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-611-8; No. 67611UPC 0-37038-17611-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout208 pages; 9 x 8


44CraftsSEW WHAT!“If you’re a teen or tween with anitch to stitch . . . check out SewWhat! Skirts.”— Washington PostSew What! SkirtsFRANCESCA DENHARTOG & CAROLE ANN CAMPSewing is back! A creative, can-do attitude will have crafters new to sewing stitchingup simple, colorful skirts in no time. Author Francesca DenHartog, a fabric fanaticand sewing instructor, has stripped skirts down to the basics. Body measurements, amachine, great fabric, fun embellishments, and sewing fundamentals will have everybudding seamstress unleashing creative spirit on these whimsical, easy designs! Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book Club 39,000 copies in printSew What! FleeceCAROL JESSOP & CHAILA SEKORAThe second title in the trendy Sew What! series presents 35 cozy projectswith endless possibilities for personal variations. The perfect fabric choicefor the sew-what woman, fleece is soft, luxurious, incredibly forgiving, andrelatively inexpensive. Best of all, it doesn’t need to be hemmed and comesin bright colors and contemporary patterns. Super-simple instructions andplayful photographs officially make sewing fun again! Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book ClubHardcover with concealed wire-o:UPC 0-37038-17625-4Hardcover with concealed wire-o:UPC 0-37038-17626-1$16.95 US / $20.95 CANFull-color; photographs and$18.95 US / $23.95 CANFull-color; photographs and illustrationsISBN 978-1-58017-625-5; No. 67625illustrations throughout; 128 pages; 7 x 9ISBN 978-1-58017-626-2; No. 67626throughout; 160 pages; 7 x 9Crochet Scarves!CANDI JENSENCandi Jensen pairs thesimple allure of scarves withthe appealing portability ofcrocheting in her charmingcollection of 16 patterns thatare fun to make and flatteringto wear.Die-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-620-0; No. 67620UPC 0-37038-17620-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout96 pages; 7 x 9Crochet Bags!CANDI JENSENLoopy, lacy, and just plainfun, classic crochet meetshigh fashion in 15 projectsfor hip handbags, elegantevening clutches, and roomybeach totes.Die-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-619-4; No. 67619UPC 0-37038-17619-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout112 pages; 7 x 9Crochet Hats!CANDI JENSENSmall and portable,hats provide the perfectopportunity for playingwith fancy yarns, new colorcombinations, and funembellishments. Createdfor every skill level, CandiJensen’s hats are colorful,quick, soft, and chic. Easy-toreadcharts make quick workof each pattern.Die-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-632-3; No. 67632UPC 0-37038-17632-2Knit & CrochetPonchos, Wraps,Capes & Shrugs!EDITED BY EDIE ECKMANFrom the elegant Coral Capeletto the lightweight MossyStole, these 15 original patternsinclude something totoss over every shoulder.Die-cut hardcover:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-621-7; No. 67621UPC 0-37038-17621-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 9Making Rag RugsCLARE HUBBARDCreating a beautiful throwrug from scraps is easyenough for anyone to master.These 15 original designsfrom a variety of talented rugdesigners suit the skills ofany crafter, from the rawestbeginner to the most sophisticatedtalent. Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-455-8; No. 67455UPC 0-37038-17455-7Full-color; photographs andFull-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutillustrations throughout80 pages; 8 x 11112 pages; 7 x 9


Crafts45Creating FairyGarden FragrancesMaking HerbalDream PillowsScarecrowsFELDER RUSHINGLINDA GANNONRecipes for scented potpourriblends, fairy and herbal lore,poetry, seasonal stories, andgift ideas come together inthis delightful book.Hardcover with jacket:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-076-5; No. 67076UPC 0-37038-00076-4Full-color; illustrations throughout64 pages; 7 x 7JIM LONGSummon long-hidden memoriesand inspire your dreamsby tucking a fragrant dreampillow into your pillowcase. Selection of Bookspan’sBook-of-the-Month ClubHardcover with jacket:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-075-8; No. 67075UPC 0-37038-00075-7Full-color; illustrations throughout64 pages; 7 x 7Learn to create unique scarecrows— from the traditionalto the surprising — with 20projects and inspiring colorphotos of scarecrow art fromaround the world. The lostart of scarecrow building isthe perfect fall family activity. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-067-3; No. 67067UPC 0-37038-00067-2Full-color; photographs throughoutUniquely FeltCHRISTINE WHITESuitable for all skill levels, Uniquely Felt is the essential resourceon feltmaking — a complete primer on techniques with stepby-stepinstructions for 46 projects and profiles of professionalfeltmakers. Feltmaking — the transformation of a loose pileof wool fibers into a durable, nonwoven fabric — produces aflannel-like fabric with a tactile appeal like nothing else. Byadding a little soap and water to the wool, the feltmaker is ableto press and shape the fibers together into wonderfully softfiber arts.112 pages; 7 x 11Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-673-6; No. 67673UPC 0-37038-17673-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout320 pages; 8x 10Making MusicANN SAYRE WISEMAN &JOHN LANGSTAFFEncourage children to recognizethe musical possibilitiesin everyday objects withinstructions for making andplaying more than 70 homemademusical instruments. 2004 Parents’ ChoiceSilver Honor AwardPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-512-8; No. 67512UPC 0-37038-17512-7Recycled Crafts BoxLAURA C. MARTIN 2004 Parents’ ChoiceApproved AwardPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-522-7; No. 67522UPC 0-37038-17522-696 pages; 8 x 10Hardcover: $19.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-523-6No. 67523UPC 0-37038-17523-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutNature’sArt BoxLAURA C. MARTINBESTSELLER 2004 Parents’ ChoiceApproved Award Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice and Children’sBook-of-the-Month Clubs 36,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-490-9; No. 67490UPC 0-37038-17490-8Hardcover: $23.95 US / $29.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-503-6; No. 67503UPC 0-37038-17503-5Full-color; illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 10MakingFelted FriendsSUE PEARLCreate a felted menagerie of fleecy, fuzzy animals with simplefelting techniques that are fun, tactile, and easy for all ages andlevels of crafters. Twenty-five irresistible projects introducereaders to wet and needle-felting techniques and feature manyshaped and colorful embellishments. The comical critters in thisoriginal felted menagerie are sure to become friends for life.Paper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-685-9; No. 67685UPC 0-37038-17685-8Full-color; photographs throughout128 pages; 8x 10


46CraftsThe Soapmaker’sCompanionSUSAN MILLER CAVITCHLearn every step of the soapmakingprocess — from basicskills to special techniquesfor marbling and stainedglass effects — with clear,easy-to-follow instructionsfrom master soapmakerSusan Miller Cavitch. Recipesfor forty unique specialtysoaps that make great giftsfor friends and family. 104,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-965-6; No. 66965UPC 0-37038-00965-1The NaturalSoap BookSUSAN MILLER CAVITCHThe definitive resource formaking vegetable-basedsoaps from scratch.“A welcome guide foranyone taking up thehome craft.”— The Orange County Register 148,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-888-8; No. 66888UPC 0-37038-00888-3Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Milk-Based SoapsCASEY MAKELABlend moisturizing, skinnourishing,milk-based soapsusing the specialized yetsimple techniques Makelahas developed during yearsof soapmaking and runningher own soap business. Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-984-7; No. 66984UPC 0-37038-00984-2Two-color; illustrations throughout112 pages; 6 x 9The Candlemaker’sCompanionBETTY OPPENHEIMERRoll, pour, dip, and moldcandles for every occasionwith Betty Oppenheimer’scomprehensive wax-to-wickinstructions. The illustrated,step-by-step pages anddetailed source list inspireand instruct crafters of allskill levels. 61,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-366-7; No. 67366UPC 0-37038-17366-6Illustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 8MailboxesEDITED BY G.E. NOVAKPersonalize your mailboxwith stenciling, sponging,and other painting techniques,or dress it up withplants and flowers. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-970-0; No. 66970UPC 0-37038-00970-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 8 x 11Two-color; illustrations throughout288 pages; 8 x 8Making NaturalLiquid SoapsMakingTransparent SoapMelt & MoldSoap CraftingGel CandlesC. KAILA WESTERMANFloorcloth MagicLISA CURRY MAIRCATHERINE FAILORCreate all-natural, inexpensivehand soaps, shampoos,shower gels, bubble baths,and much more using a simpledouble-boiler technique.Learn to blend oils, additives,color, and scent to developone-of-a-kind liquid soaps. 41,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-243-1; No. 67243UPC 0-37038-17243-0Full-color; photographs throughout144 pages; 7 x 10CATHERINE FAILORWith common ingredientsand easy-to-follow, step-bystepdirections, crafters canproduce transparent soapsthat are milder, richer, andcreamier than any commercialsoap on the market.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-244-8; No. 67244UPC 0-37038-17244-7Full-color; photographs throughout144 pages; 7 x 10C. KAILA WESTERMANCook colorful, whimsical,and eye-catching soaps inthe microwave! More than30 projects using a meltableglycerin soap base and readilyavailable colorants and fragrancesenable crafters tocustom design their ownworks of soap art. 35,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-293-6; No. 67293UPC 0-37038-17293-5Full-color; photographs throughout144 pages; 7 x 10Candle gel (95% mineral oil,5% resin) is transparent,easy to clean up, and burnslonger than traditional waxes.Here are the basics of gelcandle crafting, laid out in 10easy steps.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-390-2; No. 67390UPC 0-37038-17390-1Full-color; photographs throughout144 pages; 7 x 10Hand-painted canvas rugs arekid- and pet-proof, easy toclean, and can be designed tofit any decorating style. Thisbook features instructions,plus recipes for paint finishes. Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice, HomeStyle,and F&W’s Decorative Artist’sBook ClubsPaper with flaps:$19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-405-3; No. 67405UPC 0-37038-17405-2Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 9


Crafts47“These beachsouvenirs are therage — from shellchandeliers andshell-encrustedclaw-foot bathtubsto Christmas treesadorned with shellgarland.”Making BentWillow FurnitureBRENDA & BRIAN CAMERONMaking traditional bent willowfurniture doesn’t get anyeasier than this! With a fewsimple tools and these stepby-stepinstructions, you cancreate rustic willow furniturefor your home, porch, yard,and garden. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-048-2; No. 67048UPC 0-37038-00048-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutMaking BentwoodTrellises, Arbors,Gates & FencesJIM LONGLearn how to use the limbscollected during routinepruning to make beautiful,sturdy bentwood projects. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 57,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-051-2; No. 67051UPC 0-37038-00051-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 9Simple FountainsDORCAS ADKINSFrom small tabletop modelsto full-sized backyard waterfalls,here are step-by-stepinstructions for creating 20soothing fountains. Includesadvice on everything fromthe newest pump options toworking bonsai into a fountaindesign. 66,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-506-7; No. 67506UPC 0-37038-17506-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 9 x 10Shell Chic— USA TodayMARLENE HURLEY MARSHALLPHOTOGRAPHY BY SABINE VOLLMER VON FALKENCapturing the romance of the beach and a lush eccentricity,Shell Chic features creative works from today’s shell artisansand tells you how to bring their decorative flair into your ownhome. Gorgeous photography, design ideas, and practicalinstructions for shell art make this book a beautiful mementofrom a beach vacation and an inspiring book of craft projects. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle Book ClubHardcover with jacket: $35.00 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-440-4; No. 67440UPC 0-37038-17440-3Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout160 pages; 9 x 11144 pages; 8 x 9The HandcraftedLetterDIANE MAURER-MATHISONStrengthen relationships andmaintain ties to loved oneswith this full-color homage toold-fashioned letter writing.Includes projects for makingcards and personalizedstationary. Selection of Bookspan’sCrafter’s Choice and HomeStyleBook ClubsHardcover with jacket:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-360-5; No. 67360UPC 0-37038-17360-4Full-color; photographs throughout112 pages; 8 x 8Paper IlluminatedHELEN HIEBERTExpanding on the popularityof papermaking, this uniquebook offers innovative designsfor using handmade paperto make three-dimensionalhome furnishings, includinglamp shades, luminaria, lanterns,room divider screens,and window shades. Fullcolorphotographs illustratethe 15 projects.Paper with flaps:$19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-330-8; No. 67330UPC 0-37038-17330-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 9Nature PrintingLAURA DONNELLY BETHMANN“Even those who thinkof themselves as artisticallyklutzy can get goodresults with leaf prints.”— Newsday Selection of Bookspan’sBook-of-the-Month and F&W’sDecorative Artist’s Book Clubs 53,000 copies in printPaper with flaps:$16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-376-6; No. 67376UPC 0-37038-17376-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout96 pages; 9 x 10The Papermaker’sCompanionHELEN HIEBERTMake colorful papers usingrecycled junk mail or harvestedplants. With clear,easy-to-follow instructionsand step-by-step illustrations,Hiebert covers every aspectof creating unique papers andeven offers helpful tips onusing your creations.Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-200-4; No. 67200UPC 0-37038-17200-3Illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 8Papermaking withGarden Plants& Common WeedsHELEN HIEBERTWith a small harvest of backyardweeds or garden plants,and the guidance of papermakingexpert Helen Hiebert,anyone can make exquisitepapers right in the homekitchen. Illustrated, step-bystepinstructions make it easyto blend and shape a varietyof unique, organic papers.Paper with flaps:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-622-4; No. 67622UPC 0-37038-17622-3Full-color; photographs throughout112 pages; 9 x 10


48Home ReferenceFENG SHUI AND WABI SABIWabi SabiDIANE DURSTONBESTSELLER“A highly usable guide fordealing with householdmaintenance and crises.”— The Chicago Sun-TimesPaper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-628-6; No. 67628UPC 0-37038-17628-5Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughout384 pages; 4 x 4Slow down and take the time to appreciate the rustic,subtle beauty of the ever-changing aspects of our world.Wabi sabi, an Eastern antidote to the Western quest forperfection, celebrates nature's simplicity and beauty ofimperfection. Diane Durston offers a collection of simple,yet profound insights and reflections for discoveringthe essence of wabi sabi — presented in an irresistible,hold-in-the-hand package.8-copy counter display:$71.60 US / $87.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-755-9; No. 67755UPC 0-37038-17755-8The Woman’s Hands-On Home Repair GuideLYN HERRICKFix it yourself and save money in the process with this essentialhandbook written by a woman for women. Herrick offersbasic home repair rules in an upbeat, no-nonsense style, withstep-by-step instructions for fixing and renovating things thatgo wrong around the house. 60,000 copies in printPaper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-973-1; No. 66973UPC 0-37038-00973-6Two-color; illustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 8BESTSELLERFeng Shui Dos & TaboosANGI MA WONGIn a fun, A-to-Z format, Angi Ma Wong suggests more than 350feng shui practices, principles, and tips. She has been featuredin Time magazine and on Live! With Regis and Kelly, CBS SundayMorning, and The Oprah Winfrey Show. 338,000 copies in printPaper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-308-7No. 67308UPC 0-37038-17308-6Two-color throughout416 pages; 4 x 4Feng ShuiBELINDA HENWOODAND HOWARD CHOYHardcover with jacket:$12.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-170-0; No. 67170UPC 0-37038-00170-9Full-color; illustrations throughout80 pages; 7 x 8Every Woman’s Quick& Easy Car CareBRIDGET KACHURFlexibind: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-451-0; No. 67451UPC 0-37038-17451-9Two-color; illustrations throughout272 pages; 8 x 6Tips for theSavvy TravelerDEBORAH BURNSPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-971-7; No. 66971UPC 0-37038-00971-2One-color throughout256 pages; 5 x 8Dorm Room Feng ShuiKATHERINE OLAKSEN WITHELIZABETH MACCRELLISHAND MARGARET M. DONAHUE“High school students dreadingthe cellblock dorm room shouldpick up this colorful read.”— Boston HeraldPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-592-0; No. 67592UPC 0-37038-17592-9Two-color; illustrations throughout144 pages; 5 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-790-0; No. 67790UPC 0-37038-17790-9Feng Shui Tipsfor a Better LifeDAVID DANIEL KENNEDYPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-038-3; No. 67038UPC 0-37038-00038-2Two-color throughout176 pages; 4 x 8The NaturallyClean HomeKARYN SIEGEL-MAIERPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-194-6; No. 67194UPC 0-37038-17194-5Two-color throughout176 pages; 4 x 8Antiques onthe CheapJAMES W. MCKENZIEPaper: $16.95 US / $25.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-073-4; No. 67073UPC 0-37038-00073-3Illustrations throughout224 pages; 6 x 9


BEST-SELLINGAUTHORDONNA SMALLIN, PLAIN & SIMPLEThe One-Minute OrganizerPlain & SimpleHome Reference49“Donna Smallin is anorganizational expert.”— The Daily Journal,San Mateo, CAThe best-selling author of Organizing Plain & Simple offers quickand easy solutions guaranteed to bring instant clutter relief toanyone willing to find a minute — or 5 or 10 — to get started.Five hundred simple and painless quick fixes help reduce life’schaos and add control, order, and tranquility. Selection of Book-of-the-Month and Literary Guild Book Clubs 310,000 copies in printUnclutterYour MindDonna Smallin brings her one-minute, no-nonsense strategiesto sweeping out psychological and emotional clutter. Hundredsof helpful tips and quick fixes inspire readers to spend a fewminutes each day thinking about what matters most and howto stay focused on those goals. Selection of Book-of-the-Month and Literary Guild Book Clubs 56,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-636-1; No. 67636UPC 0-37038-17636-0Two-color; illustrations throughout;288 pages; 5 x 78-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-743-6; No. 67743UPC 0-37038-17743-5Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-584-5No. 67584UPC 0-37038-17584-4Two-color; illustrationsthroughout;288 pages; 5 x 7Organizing Plain & SimpleGain control over everyday disorder and be better preparedfor life’s big events with this gentle guide, whichcovers everything from alphabetizing CDs to combiningtwo households to planning meals. Donna Smallin takesa personalized, nonjudgmental approach to explain howto assess different situations and suggest where to startorganizing. Sidebars, quizzes, lists, and time-saving tipsmake this a great book for browsing. Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice, HomeStyle, OneSpirit, and the Literary Guild Book Clubs 150,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANxxxxISBN 978-1-58017-448-0; No. 67448UPC 0-37038-17448-9Two-color;illustrations throughout320 pages; 7 x 9One-MinuteCounter DisplaysThe One-Minute Cleaner Plain & Simple“Clean Smarter, Not Harder” is Donna Smallin’s cleaningmotto; now she shows readers how to do just that in minutesa day. With 500 quick and effective tips, this is the perfecthandbook for busy people who might never find the time for atop-to-bottom household scrub, but do want to keep their livingareas tidy, sanitary, and clutter-free. Selection of Book-of-the-Month and Literary Guild Book Clubs 40,000 copies in printUnclutter Your HomeKeep your home clutter-freeforever with hundreds ofpractical ideas for sorting,evaluating, and getting rid ofall those material items thatget in the way of a simplifiedlifestyle. Selection of the DoubledayBook Club 119,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-108-3; No. 67108UPC 0-37038-00108-2Two-color; illustrations throughout;192 pages; 4 x 88-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-726-9; No. 67726UPC 0-37038-17726-8Paper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-659-0; No. 67659UPC 0-37038-17659-9Two-color; illustrations throughout288 pages; 5 x 7“Donna Smallin . . .shows you the secret to amore productive day.”— RedbookCleaning Plain & SimpleDonna Smallin’s workable approach to cleaning appealsto neatniks and clutterbugs alike. Hundreds of tips andmethods for the quickest, most efficient ways to achieveand maintain a clean, inviting home encourage readersto get started right away. Never before has cleaningbeen covered so comprehensively and with such a Plain& Simple approach! Every style of housekeeper will findsuggestions to make life easier and cleaner. Selection of Bookspan’s HomeStyle, Literary Guild,Doubleday, and One Spirit Book Clubs 100,000 copies in print8-copy counter display:$79.60 US / $100.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-808-2; No. 67808UPC 0-37038-17808-1Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANxxxxISBN 978-1-58017-607-1; No. 67607UPC 0-37038-17607-0Two-color;illustrations throughout320 pages; 7 x 9


50Well-BeingKeeping Life SimpleKAREN LEVINEBESTSELLER365 Ways to RelaxMind, Body & SoulBARBARA L. HELLER365 Ways to EnergizeMind, Body & SoulSTEPHANIE TOURLESHow to FeelFabulous Today!STEPHANIE TOURLESBursting with simple, practical ideas for paring down,lightening up, moving on, and having fun, Keeping LifeSimple is a calming collection for anyone faced with theeveryday challenges of doing it all. 187,000 copies in printPaper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-600-2; No. 67600UPC 0-37038-17600-4Two-color throughout384 pages; 4 x 48-copy counter display:$71.60 US / $87.60 CANISBN 978-1-58017-792-4No. 67792UPC 0-37038-17792-4Feeling stressed? Here are365 simple, effective ways topromote relaxation — fromsimple, uplifting thoughtsand calming exercises to feelgoodfoods and diet advice. 90,000 copies in printPaper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-332-2; No. 67332UPC 0-37038-17332-1Illustrations throughout384 pages; 4 x 4Staying energized in today’sbusy world is a necessity.Before reaching for anothercup of coffee, reach for thisfun idea-a-day book filledwith natural ways to stayalert and upbeat. 68,000 copies in printPaper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-331-6; No. 67331UPC 0-37038-17331-4Illustrations throughout384 pages; 4 x 4Who doesn’t want to lookand feel great? Learn howto eat for health and vitality,make exercise fun, and raiseyour spirits with this simpleprogram of action-orientedlifestyle, diet, exercise, andpersonal-care tips.Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-313-1; No. 67313UPC 0-37038-17313-0Two-color throughout208 pages; 5 x 7“Bring a bit of serenityto your life with Lift MeUp Calm Me Down . . .packed with suggestionsand quotes to relax orrejuvenate your spirit.”— Cottage LivingThe SoulSupport BookMaxine:Yelling It Like It IsHow to SleepSoundly TonightLift Me Up / Calm Me DownSTEPHANIE TOURLES & BARBARA L. HELLERThis irresistibly designed book gathers dozens of fresh ideas,inspiring quotes, and simple suggestions for gearing up or coolingdown — whatever the day demands. Look at the book oneway and it’s Lift Me Up; turn it over and it’s Calm Me Down.Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-163-2; No. 67163UPC 0-37038-17163-1Full-color; illustrations throughout480 pages; 4 x 58-copy counter display:$79.60 US / $100.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-866-9; No. 67866UPC 0-37038-17866-1DEB KOFFMANThis reassuring little bookabout getting unstuck in lifewill boost spirits with colorfulcartoon faces and pairs ofhappy feet matched with joyfuland insightful text.Paper with flaps:$9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-286-8; No. 67286UPC 0-37038-17286-7Full-color; illustrations throughout112 pages; 5 x 78-copy counter display:$79.60 US / $100.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-898-3; No. 67898UPC 0-37038-17898-2In this over-the-top collectionof one-liners and narratives,griping machine Maxine lambasteseverything from fastfood to feng shui. 40,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-391-9; No. 67391UPC 0-37038-17391-8Full-color; illustrations throughout128 pages; 8 x 88-copy counter display:$79.60 US / $100.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-398-8; No. 67398UPC 0-37038-17398-7BARBARA L. HELLERSay goodnight to sleeplessness!Getting a good night’ssleep will build your energy,increase your productivity,and lengthen your lifespan.Heller offers more than 250tips and recipes for sleepinducingfoods, herbal baths,sleep pillows, and more.Paper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-314-8; No. 67314UPC 0-37038-17314-7Two-color throughout192 pages; 5 x 7


Well-Being51Facelift at YourFingertipsPIERRE JEAN COUSINA glowing complexion andmoisturized, healthy skin canbe achieved in just minutes aday with this easy-to-followaromatherapy and massagesequence, a pleasurable andnatural alternative to cosmeticsurgery and commercialproducts.Paper with vinyl-coated cover:$18.95 US / $26.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-242-4; No. 67242UPC 0-37038-17242-3Full-color; photographs throughout128 pages; 6 x 9MakingAromatherapyCreams & LotionsDONNA MARIABESTSELLERFree yourself from syntheticsubstances with this simplefive-step method for creatingpersonalized facial creams,body rubs, moisturizers, lipbalms, and more — madewith all-natural ingredients.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-241-7; No. 67241UPC 0-37038-17241-6Two-color; photographs throughout168 pages; 6 x 8“Organic Body Care Recipeswill make you want to skipthe drugstore and head toyour kitchen for some naturalremedies.”— NY1 NewsOrganic Body CareRecipesSTEPHANIE TOURLESUsing home-crafted beauty productsis the surest way to maintain radiantlyhealthy skin, hair, feet, hands, andnails. Now it’s fun and simple to make lotions, scrubs, toners, masks, and muchmore with dozens of luscious recipes created by natural health and beauty expertStephanie Tourles. Her broad range of beauty formulas for every skin type putscomplete control into the hands of the home crafter interested in personalizingher beauty regimen. Clearly presented and easy to follow, the recipes all usereadily available ingredients that pamper the body and soothe the senses. Main Selection of Bookspan’s One Spirit Book Club Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter's Choice, HomeStyle,Black Expressions, and Zooba Book Clubs 50,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-676-7; No. 67676UPC 0-37038-17676-6Two-color; illustrations throughout384 pages; 8x 8“ . . . a diverse collectionof therapeuticrecipes.”— New Age RetailerNatural Foot CareSTEPHANIE TOURLESLuxurious recipes for creamsand soaks, in-home pedicures,strengthening exercises,and foot massages keepfeet feeling healthy and lookingbeautiful in every season.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-054-3; No. 67054UPC 0-37038-00054-2Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9NaturallyHealthy SkinSTEPHANIE TOURLESPacked with recipes, techniques,and practical tipsfor natural skin care, thisbook includes solutionsto common skin problemsand advice on lessening theeffects of aging.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-130-4; No. 67130UPC 0-37038-00130-3Illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9NaturallyHealthy HairMARY BETH JANSSEN“Chock-full of practicaland uplifting informationto help all of us achievemore ‘good hair’ days.”— Christiane Northrup, M.D.,author of Women’s Bodies,Women’s WisdomPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-129-8; No. 67129UPC 0-37038-17129-7Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9The AromatherapyCompanionVICTORIA H. EDWARDSThe most comprehensive aromatherapy guide available featureshundreds of healing recipes for beauty, health, and well-being.An overview of 125 essential oils serves as a comprehensiveguide to their properties and therapeutic applications. Clear,step-by-step recipes combine the oils in aromatherapy blendsthat soothe everything from jet lag to aging skin. A fun chapteron natural perfumery helps readers identify and blend favoritescents. 35,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-150-2; No. 67150UPC 0-37038-00150-1Two-color; illustrations throughout288 pages; 8 x 8


52Well-BeingROSEMARY GLADSTARMEDICINAL HERB GUIDESRosemary Gladstar’sFamily HerbalThe mother of modern herbalism in NorthAmerica, Rosemary Gladstar has been a drivingforce in herbal education. Share in herwisdom and enthusiasm with this practicalcompendium. Herbal recipes address everydayailments, ease stress and anxiety, and promoteradiant beauty within and without. An herbalapothecary provides an A-to-Z guide to herbsand their healing uses, along with safety precautions,dosage information, and guidelinesfor when to seek traditional medical help. Selection of Bookspan’s One Spirit Book Club 35,000 copies in printHighly respected herbal practitioners draw on yearsof clinical experience to offer focused information onusing herbal remedies effectively to support health andward off some of today’s common ailments.Photographs and illustrations throughout; 5 x 8Hardcover with jacket: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-425-1; No. 67425UPC 0-37038-17425-0Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout408 pages; 7 x 7“Gladstar shares her wisdom andenthusiasm with herbal recipesthat promote radiant beauty andwell-being.”ADHD AlternativesAVIVA AND TRACY ROMMPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-248-6; No. 67248UPC 0-37038-17248-5; 160 pagesHerbal AntibioticsSTEPHEN HARROD BUHNERPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-148-9; No. 67148UPC 0-37038-00148-8; 144 pages— BookPageHerbs for Natural BeautyPaper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-152-6; No. 67152UPC 0-37038-00152-5Two-color; illustrations throughout80 pages; 6 x 9Herbal Remediesfor Children’s HealthPaper: $8.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-153-3; No. 67153UPC 0-37038-00153-2Two-color; illustrations throughout80 pages; 6 x 9Healthy Bones& JointsDAVID HOFFMANNPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-253-0; No. 67253UPC 0-37038-17253-9; 128 pagesHerbs for Hepatitis Cand the LiverSTEPHEN HARROD BUHNERPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-255-4; No. 67255UPC 0-37038-17255-3; 160 pages“Readers will want to startbringing aromatherapy intotheir lives as soon as theyfinish reading.”— The Herb CompanionThe Herbal Home SpaGRETA BREEDLOVE 39,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-005-5; No. 67005UPC 0-37038-00005-4Two- and one-colorillustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9Perfumes, Splashes& ColognesNANCY M. BOOTHPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-985-4; No. 66985UPC 0-37038-00985-9Two- and one-colorillustrations throughout176 pages; 6 x 9Natural BabyCareCOLLEEN K. DODTPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-953-3; No. 66953UPC 0-37038-00953-8Illustrations throughout160 pages; 6 x 9The Essential Oils BookCOLLEEN K. DODTThis practical guide shows how essential oils can greatlyimprove the quality of busy lives — soothe stress, scent homesand offices, and create safe, fragrant home cleaning products. 71,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-913-7; No. 66913UPC 0-37038-00913-2Two-color; illustrations throughout160 pages; 6 x 9


Well-Being53PAMPER YOURSELFA little self-indulgence is good for you!A Celebration of MotherhoodMichelle GillettISBN 978-1-58017-384-1; No. 67384A Little Book of FlowersDale Evva GelfandISBN 978-1-58017-564-7; No. 67564AromatherapyVictoria H. EdwardsISBN 978-1-58017-891-4; No. 67891A Spa of Your OwnStephanie TourlesISBN 978-1-58017-888-4; No. 67888Blissful BathtimesIncenseDiana RosenISBN 978-1-58017-567-8; No. 67567Simple Ways to EnergizeStephanie TourlesISBN 978-1-58017-887-7; No. 67887Simple Ways to RelaxBarbara L. HellerISBN 978-1-58017-895-2; No. 67895Sleep Well TonightBarbara L. HellerISBN 978-1-58017-893-8; No. 67893Taking Time for FriendsPampering yourself is simple with these13 beautiful, fit-in-the-palm-of-your-handgift books.Designed specifically for the womanwho does everything (in other words,just about every female on the planet),the Self-Indulgence series reveals dozensof ways to enjoy a few private, luxuriousmoments during even the busiest ofdays. With topics ranging from the joysof a home spa and aromatherapy recipesto suggestions for sounder sleep, thesesmall gift books are perfect pick-me-ups.So go ahead, give in — after all, if youdon’t pamper yourself, who will?Margó Valentine LazzaraDale Evva GelfandISBN 978-1-58017-894-5; No. 67894By CandlelightDiana RosenISBN 978-1-58017-566-1; No. 67566ISBN 978-1-58017-546-3; No. 67546Taking Time for TeaDiana RosenISBN 978-1-58017-565-4; No. 67565Assortment A54-copy counter display:Includes 6 each Simple Ways to Relax,Blissful Bathtimes, By Candlelight, Sleep WellTonight, Aromatherapy, How to Keep a DreamAssortment B54-copy counter display:Includes 6 each A Little Book of Flowers,Taking Time for Friends, Taking Time for Tea,A Celebration of Motherhood, By Candlelight,Paper: $3.95 US / $4.95 CANBooks are not prepricedIllustrations throughout64 pages; 4 x 5How to Keep a Dream JournalDiana RosenISBN 978-1-58017-890-7; No. 67890Journal, A Spa of Your Own, Incense, andSimple Ways to Energize$213.30 US / $267.30 CANISBN 978-1-58017-897-6; No. 67897Incense, Simple Ways to Energize, BlissfulBathtimes, and Simple Ways to Relax$213.30 US / $267.30 CANISBN 978-1-58017-830-3; No. 67830UPC 0-37038-17897-5UPC 0-37038-17830-2“If you really enjoymaking natural beautyproducts, you may wantto go commercial. Go forit. But first, get Creatingan Herbal BodycareBusiness.”— New Orleans Times-PicayuneThe Herbal HomeRemedy BookMindful Momentsfor Stressful Days50 Simple Ways toPamper YourselfJOYCE A. WARDWELLAcquire herbal healingwisdom with this guide togathering, drying, storing,and blending 25 commonherbs. Create your own allnaturalhome medicinecabinet filled with teas,tinctures, salves, syrups,and lozenges. Selection of Bookspan’s OneSpirit Book ClubPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-016-1; No. 67016UPC 0-37038-00016-0Two- and one-colorTZIVIA GOVERLearn to live completely inthe present, in the moment,focused and aware of thehere and now. This collectionof simple tips and exercisesfocuses on ways to makelife’s mundane tasks moremeaningful.Paper with flaps:$12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-428-2; No. 67428UPC 0-37038-17428-1Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 7 x 6STEPHANIE TOURLESRelax body and mind alikewith facials, massages, baths,soaks, and dozens of othertechniques for relievingeveryday stress. 484,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-210-3; No. 67210UPC 0-37038-17210-2Two-color; illustrations throughout144 pages; 4 x 8Creating an Herbal Bodycare BusinessSANDY MAINEThis inspiring book offers profiles of successful business ownerswho aim to enrich the health and well-being of others.Maine also includes advice for marketing a product, employingothers, and much more. Selection of Bookspan’s Crafter’s Choice Book ClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-094-9; No. 67094UPC 0-37038-00094-8Illustrations throughout160 pages; 6 x 9illustrations throughout176 pages; 6 x 9


54Birds“Easy to use,loaded with digestibleinformation andfull of spectacularphotography.”— San Diego Union-TribuneWhat’s That Bird?JOSEPH CHOINIERE & CLAIRE MOWBRAY GOLDINGThe perfect tool for beginning enthusiasts of all ages, What’sThat Bird? offers basic bird literacy in a fun, easy-to-use guidethat teaches the best ways to observe and identify commonbirds. Full-color photography, informative illustrations, easyreferencecharts, and family-friendly projects make bird watchingaccessible, fun, and rewarding.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-554-8; No. 67554UPC 0-37038-17554-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7½ x 11Hardcover with jacket:$24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-555-5; No. 67555UPC 0-37038-17555-4Raptor!CHRISTYNA M. ANDRENÉ LAUBACH, ANDCHARLES W.G. SMITHGet to know the birds at thetop of the food chain. Outstanding Science TradeBook for Students K-12 Selection Selection of Bookspan’sChildren’s BOMC 60,000 copies in printPaper with flaps:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-445-9; No. 67445UPC 0-37038-17445-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 11The BackyardBirdhouse BookRENÉ AND CHRISTYNA M.LAUBACHHere are species-appropriatenestbox designs for NorthAmerica’s most fascinatingcavity-nesting birds. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book Club 35,000 copies in printPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-104-5; No. 67104UPC 0-37038-00104-4Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout216 pages; 7 x 10BirdhousesMARK RAMUZ &FRANK DELICATAStep-by-step illustrationsand designs for 20 uniquebirdhouses and feedersinspire the beginner and theexperienced woodworker. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle and Woodworker’sBook Clubs 60,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-917-5; No. 66917UPC 0-37038-00917-0Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 8 x 11Hand-FeedingBackyard BirdsThe BackyardBird-Lover’s GuideEverything You NeverLearned About BirdsRustic Birdhousesand FeedersBirdfeeders,Shelters & BathsHUGH WIBERGJAN MAHNKENREBECCA RUPPCOLIN McGHEEEDWARD A. BALDWINDiscover the species of birdsmost likely to eat from yourhand; their favorite foods;and the best times, places,and weather conditions forhand feeding. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 USIn this colorful, informationpackedreference book forattracting, feeding, andwatching a wide variety ofbirds, Mahnken introduces135 North American species. Selection of Bookspan’sBook-of-the-Month Club 108,000 copies in printFrom the first egg-layingdinosaur 280 million yearsago to the modern eagle, hereare amazing facts, fun projects,and fascinating legendsabout all kinds of birds.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-345-6; No. 66345UPC 0-37038-00345-1McGhee illustrates how touse simplified thatch-rooftechniques, basic woodworkingskills, and decorativepainting techniques to makecharming houses and feeders.Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-137-3; No. 67137UPC 0-37038-17137-2Learn to control squirrelsand other predators whileattracting your favorite backyardbirds, with more than25 creative designs for birdfeeders,birdbaths, and even aroosting box. 141,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-181-6; No. 67181Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANFull-color; photographs andFull-color; photographs andISBN 978-0-88266-623-5; No. 66623UPC 0-37038-00181-5ISBN 978-0-88266-927-4; No. 66927illustrations throughoutillustrations throughoutUPC 0-37038-00623-0Full-color; photographs throughoutUPC 0-37038-00927-9144 pages; 7 x 10144 pages; 7 x 10Photographs and illustrations160 pages; 7 x 10Full-color; illustrations throughoutthroughout; 8-page color320 pages; 7 x 10photographic insert120 pages; 8 x 11


Nature & Sports55CLARE WALKER LESLIEDrawn to NatureThrough the Journals of Clare Walker LeslieThese evocative pages from the nature journals of a notednaturalist and artist capture the beauty waiting to be found inordinary places any time of year. Clare Walker Leslie uses herpersonal sketches and nature observations as an invitation toreaders to share in the pleasure of her nature watching, andto take a moment to slow down and see nature with renewedappreciation.Paper with flaps:$14.00 US / $17.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-614-9;No. 67614UPC 0-37038-17614-8Full-color; illustrations throughout176 pages; 6½ x 8BESTSELLER“Perhaps the most well-known natureartist/educator in the country.”— The Artist’s MagazineNature JournalMore than a blank book, but with ample room to record all yourreflections on nature, here is a unique guided journal with justthe right amount of inspiration and information.Hardcover: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-296-7; No. 67296UPC 0-37038-17296-6Full-color; illustrations throughout176 pages; 7 x 10Keeping a Nature JournalCLARE WALKER LESLIE & CHARLES E. ROTHReconnect with nature through sketching and writingwith these simple methods for capturing the livingbeauty of each season. Includes exercises and promptsfor all ages. Recipient of the John Burroughs Young ReadersNature Book Award Selection of Bookspan’s One Spirit and CrossingsBook Clubs 75,000 copies in printPaper with flaps:$18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-493-0; No. 67493UPC 0-37038-17493-9Full-color;illustrations throughout224 pages; 9 x 10Keeping FitnessSimpleRaising aTeam PlayerThe SnowshoeExperienceThe HikingCompanionThe KayakCompanionPORTER SHIMERFitness doesn’t mean costlyhealth clubs or complexworkouts. Porter Shimershows that fitness canhappen anytime, anywhere.A family outing, cleaningyour house, even sitting atyour desk at work can be anopportunity to work out.Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-034-5; No. 67034UPC 0-37038-00034-4Two-color; illustrations throughout176 pages; 4 x 8HARRY SHEEHYWITH DANNY PEARYHarry Sheehy encouragesparents to get involved, discussesworking with childrenon various aspects of sportsmanship,and offers advice onappropriate ways to praise,temper, support, and teachyoung team players.Hardcover with jacket:$14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-447-3; No. 67447UPC 0-37038-17447-2Two-color; photographs throughout176 pages; 5 x 8CLAIRE WALTERSnowshoers enjoy invigoratingwinter weather and allthe benefits of a complete,low-impact cardiovascularworkout. Learn all the basicsabout equipment, how tohandle different terrains,standard safety precautions,and tips on the best places tosnowshoe in North America.Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-541-8; No. 67541UPC 0-37038-17541-7Illustrations throughout144 pages; 6 x 9MICHAEL W. ROBBINSIncluded are common mistakesand how to avoid them,recommendations on tripplanning and equipment, andlessons on basic navigation,as well as exciting stories ofonce-in-a-lifetime adventures.The Hiking Companion is a perfectreader for the millions ofhiking enthusiasts.Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-429-9; No. 67429UPC 0-37038-17429-8Illustrations throughout136 pages; 6 x 9JOE GLICKMANJoe Glickman teachesbeginners the basictechniques of sea, touring,and recreational kayakingand offers expert advice onnavigation, troubleshooting,and boat assessment to moreexperienced kayakers.Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-485-5; No. 67485UPC 0-37038-17485-4Illustrations throughout136 pages; 6 x 9


56Nature & PetsBUTTERFLIESPaper:$16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-617-0No. 67617UPC 0-37038-17617-9The Family Butterfly BookRICK MIKULAHardcover with jacket:$26.95 US / $33.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-618-7No. 67618UPC 0-37038-17618-6Identify, care for, and raise butterflies in an urban, suburban, orrural setting. The Garden Writers Association of America’s 2001 Quill & TrowelAward for The Art of Garden Communication 47,000 copies in printThe Life Cycles of ButterfliesJUDY BURRIS & WAYNE RICHARDSWitness the life cycles of 23 common backyardbutterflies through more than 400 stunningphotographs. Each butterfly is shown from startto maturity, with sequential photographs of theegg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and emerging butterfly— a richly visual guide to one of nature’smost wondrous creations. 2007 Teachers' Choice Children's Book Award Bookspan’s Discovery Channel Book Club SelectionFull-color; photographsand illustrationsthroughout160 pages9x 7Dr. Kidd’s Guide toHerbal Dog CareRANDY KIDD, DVM, Ph.D.Maintain your dog’s healththe natural way with gentle,chemical-free treatments forpreventive care as well asacute canine health problems.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-189-2; No. 67189UPC 0-37038-17189-1Illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9Dr. Kidd’s Guide toHerbal Cat CareRANDY KIDD, DVM, Ph.D.Holistic veterinarian RandyKidd offers thorough, up-todateinformation on gentle,chemical-free treatments forpreventive care as well asacute feline health problems.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-188-5; No. 67188UPC 0-37038-17188-4Illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-292-9; No. 67292UPC 0-37038-17292-8Hardcover: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-335-3; No. 67335UPC 0-37038-17335-2Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 11BEEKEEPINGWild MomentsWoodsWalkWeather!BeekeepingRICHARD E. BONNEYWith his respect and admirationfor bees evident onevery page, Richard Bonneydescribes how to acquirebees, manage a hive, preventand treat diseases, and takea crop of honey. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-861-1; No. 66861UPC 0-37038-00861-6Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Hive ManagementRICHARD E. BONNEYFor the practicing beekeeperwho needs more information,or the serious novicewho wants to start out well,here is sensible advice to helpkeep honeybees thriving.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-637-2; No. 66637UPC 0-37038-00637-7Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 6 x 9TED WILLIAMSSeasonal nature meditationsfrom a renowned Auduboncolumnist.“A natural cornucopiabursting with vividverbal snapshots.”— San Francisco ChronicleHardcover with jacket:$22.95 US / $28.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-528-9; No. 67528UPC 0-37038-17528-8Illustrations throughout208 pages; 5 x 9HENRY W. ART ANDMICHAEL W. ROBBINS Learning® Magazine Teachers’Choice SM Award for the Family Selection of Bookspan’sChildren’s BOMC 40,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-452-7; No. 67452UPC 0-37038-17452-6Hardcover with jacket:$21.95 US / $27.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-477-0; No. 67477UPC 0-37038-17477-9Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 9REBECCA RUPPImpeccable science, 20exciting experiments, andirresistible weather factswill turn every youngmeteorologist into aknow-it-all. Selection of the InternationalReading Association’s Teachers’Choices list for 2004 Teachers’ Choice Award forChildren’s BooksPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-420-6; No. 67420UPC 0-37038-17420-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 7 x 9


Pets57ANSWER BOOKSThe Cat BehaviorAnswer BookARDEN MOOREFOREWORD BY NANCY PETERSON, RVTFor cat owners and lovers everywhere, petexpert Arden Moore explores feline behaviorin an inviting, browsable Q & A format.Her practical advice and workable solutionsto common kitty conundrums help ownersprevent the destructive behavior and embracethe charming quirks. 35,000 copies in printFlexibind: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-674-3; No. 67674UPC 0-37038-17674-2Two-color; illustrationsthroughout336 pages; 4 x 68-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-720-7; No. 67720UPC 0-37038-17720-6“Learn new insights into thecanine world, prevent problems,and meet your dogs on a richer,deeper level.”— Marty Becker, Host, The Pet Doctor, PBSThe Dog BehaviorAnswer BookARDEN MOOREFOREWORD BY JOHN GROGANDogs and people don’t always speakthe same language — that’s wheredog expert Arden Moore steps in.Working with real dogs and real dogowners over the years, Moore has seenand addressed hundreds of behavioralissues. She gathers many of themhere in a friendly handbook that helpsreaders view the world through theirdogs’ eyes. 50,000 copies in printFlexibind: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-644-6; No. 67644UPC 0-37038-17644-5Two-color; illustrations throughout336 pages; 4 x 68-copy counter display:$119.60 US / $148.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-738-2; No. 67738UPC 0-37038-17738-1Real Food for DogsARDEN MOOREILLUSTRATED BY ANNE DAVISBESTSELLERThe KittenOwner’s ManualARDEN MOOREBESTSELLERRaise a happy indoor catwith Arden Moore’s practicaladvice, presented in a funquestion-and-answer format.Hints and tips from leadingveterinarians and behavioristsare included, plus successstories from real-life catowners. 36,000 copies in printPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-387-2; No. 67387UPC 0-37038-17387-1Two-color; illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9The PuppyOwner’s ManualDIANA DELMARBESTSELLERLearn to control typical mischievouspuppy antics —barking, chewing, nipping— using humane, commonsensetraining techniques.Raise a healthy, happy, andsafe pet who’s a pleasure tohave around the house. 86,000 copies in printPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-401-5; No. 67401UPC 0-37038-17401-4Two-color; illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9For dog owners who want the very best for their companions,Arden Moore provides 50 nutritionally balanced,veterinarian-approved recipes, prepared fromeveryday food items, available at local supermarkets.Dogs love the healthy food and readers will laugh outloud at Anne Davis’s delightful illustrations. 89,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-424-4; No. 67424UPC 0-37038-17424-3Two-color; illustrations throughout128 pages; 6 x 7Real Food for CatsPATTI DELMONTEILLUSTRATED BY ANNE DAVISThis collection of 50 simple but nutritionally balanced,vet-approved recipes will have your cat rubbing yourankles faster than you can say “can opener.” 38,000 copies in printPaper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-409-1; No. 67409UPC 0-37038-17409-0Two-color; illustrations throughout128 pages; 6 x 7


58Animal GamesBarnyard Games& PuzzlesSea Life Games& PuzzlesHorse Games& PuzzlesThe Great OutdoorsGames & PuzzlesHELENE HOVANEC & PATRICK MERRELLBuckley Beaver and Daffodil Duck are the tour guides fora nature excursion like no other! A fun variety of activitiesfeaturing friendly animals and woodland wonders stimulateschildren’s imaginations and puzzle-solving skills. Connect-thedotspictures, mazes, word searches, Sudokus, and many morepuzzles keep kids busy for hours. For children 8–12Paper: $9.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-679-8; No. 67679UPC 0-37038-17679-7Illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 10HELENE HOVANEC& PATRICK MERRELLKids love animals as muchas they love puzzles andsilly word games. Full oflively drawings, word games,picture puzzles, jokes,riddles, and word play, thiscollection will appeal tocountry and city kids alike. For children 6–10Paper: $9.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-630-9; No. 67630UPC 0-37038-17630-8Illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 10CINDY A. LITTLEFIELDChildren will have hoursof fun learning more abouttheir favorite sea creaturesand ocean phenomena asthey work their way throughpuzzles, games, brainteasers,and jokes. It’s a guaranteedwhale of a good time! For children 8–12 36,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-624-8; No. 67624UPC 0-37038-17624-7Illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 10CINDY A. LITTLEFIELDOver 100 puzzles, activities,riddles, quizzes, and gameswill keep young horse loversbusy and happy for hours.Horsey cartoons and illustrations,bits of horse trivia, andfun equine quotations willdelight those eager to learnabout their favorite animal. For children 8–12 Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 80,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $10.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-538-8; No. 67538UPC 0-37038-17538-7Illustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 10The Barnyard Read-and-PlaySticker BookILLUSTRATIONS BY CHRISTINA WALDA world of full-color, reusable animal stickers brings barnyardactivities to life for young children. Kids will create their ownanimal dramas on backgrounds that include a full farm, a barninterior, a barnyard, an animal pen, and a chicken coop. Aninformative text section explains all the elements of a typicalday on the farm.Horsin’ Around Card GamesCINDY A. LITTLEFIELDDedicated horse kids — and even a few who don’t know a gaitfrom a gate — will be crazy about these two decks of Horsin’Around card games. Each set includes 49 playing cards, fourbonus horse breeds cards, and a 12-page instruction booklet forsix different card games, all designed with full-color horse illustrationsto keep things lively.The Horse Farm Read-and-PlaySticker BookILLUSTRATIONS BY LINDSAY GRAHAMPaper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-640-8No. 67640UPC 0-37038-17640-7Five full-color laminated horse environments are the blankcanvases for hours of horsey play. The 80 reusable vinyl stickerskeep children busy creating equine dramas. 48,000 copies in printPaper: $7.95 US / $9.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-583-8; No. 67583UPC 0-37038-17583-7Illustrations throughout16 pages plus 4 pages of full-color,reusable vinyl stickers; fold-outlaminated front and back covers8 x 10Illustrations throughout12 pages plus 4 pages of full-color,reusable vinyl stickers; fold-outlaminated front and back covers8 x 10Stampede!Jump!Card deck: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-582-1; No. 67582UPC 0-37038-17582-0Full-color; illustrations throughout53 full-color cards; 12-page instruction booklet3 x 4 x 1Card deck: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-581-4; No. 67581UPC 0-37038-17581-3Full-color; illustrations throughout53 full-color cards; 12-page instruction booklet3 x 4 x 1


Poster Books59BEST-SELLINGSERIESDream HorsesPHOTOGRAPHY BYBOB LANGRISHCelebrate the beauty, thepower, and the majesty ofhorses with 30 full-colorlarge-format posters. Dreamlikescenes, created by masterphotographer Bob Langrish,are paired with inspired text. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 55,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-574-6; No. 67574Horses & FriendsPoster BookHorses are happiest whenthey have animal friends topal around with. Horses withponies, dogs, cats, goats, andother adorable companionanimals are captured in 30irresistible poster-size photos,made for pulling out anddecorating bedrooms, playrooms, lockers, or stables. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge and Children’sBook-of-the-Month Club 172,000 copies in printThe Horse BreedsPoster BookPHOTOGRAPHY BYBOB LANGRISHSuitable for hanging onbedroom walls, in schoollockers, or even in barns,these 30 posters show horsesin a range of colors and sizes,at work and in competition.Facts about the picturedhorse breeds are included onthe back of each poster. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 259,000 copies in printHorses in Action!Thrilling photographs exhibit the muscular equine might andgrace that fascinate young horse-lovers. Thoroughbreds thunderdown the stretch, draft horses strain to pull twice theirweight, and wild stallions battle furiously over mares in thiscollection of 30 pull-out posters. All the action is described andthe breeds identified in lively text on the back of each image.Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-666-8; No. 67666UPC 0-37038-17666-7Full-color; photographs throughout64 pages; 9 x 12UPC 0-37038-17574-5Full-color; photographs throughout64 pages; 9 x 12Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-580-7; No. 67580UPC 0-37038-17580-6Paper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-507-4; No. 67507UPC 0-37038-17507-3Full-color; photographs throughoutFull-color; photographs throughout64 pages; 9 x 1264 pages; 9 x 12Wild Animalsof NorthAmericaThe Petting FarmPoster BookAnimal-loving children of allages will love to display theseadorable farm friends on theirbedroom walls. These 30pull-out posters feature beautifullyreproduced images ofsweet chicks, ducklings, kids,lambs, calves, foals, piglets,rabbits, and more. The backof each poster contains funfacts about the animal’sbreed, habits, and history. 133,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-597-5; No. 67597Under the SeaPoster BookBring home the magical experienceof a child’s first trip tothe aquarium, with its scarysharks, touchable tide pools,and brightly colored marinelife. Thirty full-color, pulloutportraits of fantastic seacreatures feature the oceanresidents kids love, plus allthe fun facts that make eachcreature unique and exciting. 50,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-623-1; No. 67623UPC 0-37038-17623-0Eye See YouJoin the animal kingdom’swildest staring contest with30 full-color, pull-out portraitsof creatures with arrestinggazes that tell fascinatingstories. On the back of eachposter, children will find generalfacts about the animaland information about thoseamazing eyes. 208,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-848-8; No. 67848UPC 0-37038-17848-7Full-color; photographs throughout64 pages; 9 x 12North America's mostmajestic animals arecaptured in 30 breathtakingimages thatemphasize their wildnatures. The back ofeach poster features a map indicating the animal’s habitat,interesting historical facts and lore, and a description of howthe animal survives and what it is doing on the poster. 2008 Teacher's Choice Children's Book AwardPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-643-9; No. 67643UPC 0-37038-17643-8Full-color; photographs throughout64 pages; 9 x 12Acrylic Spinner RackHolds 32 Poster Books!$30.00 US / $37.50 CANUPC 0-37038-17597-4Full-color; photographs throughoutISBN 978-1-58017-761-0; No. 67761Full-color; photographs throughout64 pages; 9 x 12UPC 0-37038-17761-964 pages; 9 x 1211 x 11


60HorsesHorse Breedsof North AmericaJUDITH DUTSONStorey’s Illustrated Guide to96 Horse Breeds of North AmericaJUDITH DUTSONMore than 7 million horses, with purposes ranging fromthoroughbred racing to farm work to beloved companion,call North America home. This book gathers together in oneinviting encyclopedia lively, full-color photography, explanatorydrawings, in-depth profiles, and incredible stories— breed by breed. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 35,000 copies in printPaper: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-612-5; No. 67612UPC 0-37038-17612-4Hardcover with jacket:$40.00 US / $49.95 CANCollected in a perfect little pocket guide no horse loverwill be able to resist, here are images of 96 horse breedsgalloping, playing, grazing, working, or simply strikinga pose. At-a-glance conformation, historical, andusage facts accompany a full-page photograph for eachbreed. Never has such a range ofhorse fact and photography beenpacked into such an appealinglysmall gift book.Paper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-650-7; No. 67650UPC 0-37038-17650-6Full-color; photographs throughout208 pages; 6 x 4Full-color; photographsand illustrations throughout416 pages; 8 x 10ISBN 978-1-58017-613-2No. 67613; UPC 0-37038-17613-18-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-734-4; No. 67734UPC 0-37038-17734-3Horse Handling& GroomingCHERRY HILLAward-winning horse handlerCherry Hill offers a wealth ofpractical advice on masteringessential skills necessaryin maintaining consistentequine well-being. More than350 photographs show techniquesfor grooming, clipping,bathing, braiding, and more. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 120,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-956-4; No. 66956UPC 0-37038-00956-9Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11Horse Health CareCHERRY HILLPacked with useful advice onmastering dozens of essentialhealth care skills and illustratedwith step-by-step photographs,this volume coverswound care, leg wrapping,injections, dental exams,basic restraint, checking vitalsigns, and more. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 58,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-955-7; No. 66955UPC 0-37038-00955-2Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11Among Wild HorsesLYNNE POMERANZStablekeepingCHERRY HILLTrailering Your HorseCHERRY HILLBecoming anEffective RiderDiscover the amazing lives of the noble Pryor Mountain Mustangs,as they are revealed in one woman’s extraordinary photographicjournal. Descended from the original Spanish horsesbrought here by the Conquistadores, these wild creatures stillroam free under the big skies of Montana and Wyoming. LynnePomeranz, who spent three years studying, admiring, and photographingthese majestic horses, gives readers a rare glimpseinto their dramatic inner lives and social relationships. Herportrait will capture the hearts of horse enthusiasts of all ages. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubHardcover with jacket:$16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-633-0No. 67633UPC 0-37038-17633-9“An intimate glimpse into onewild herd in the high desert andsemi-alpine slopes between Wyomingand Montana. The breathtaking,full-color photos speakvolumes.”From design to managementto maintenance, goodstablekeeping minimizesrepair expenses, reduces feedand veterinary bills, keepshorses safe and content, andprovides a pleasant workplacefor owners and riders. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-175-5; No. 67175UPC 0-37038-17175-4Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11Trailering horses doesn’t haveto be stressful. Everythingyou need to know aboutselecting, maintaining, andoperating trailers and safelytransporting horses is coveredby Cherry Hill in thisvolume of Storey’s “HorsekeepingSkills Library.” Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-176-2; No. 67176UPC 0-37038-17176-1Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11CHERRY HILLCherry Hill offers a rangeof techniques to help ridersreach full mental andphysical potential, whether inrecreational riding or formaldressage. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 50,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-688-4; No. 66688UPC 0-37038-00688-9Photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 11— Trail Rider Magazine, March 2007


Horses61CHERRY HILLBEST-SELLINGAUTHOR“A valuable resourceto anyone thinkingof keeping theirhorses at home forthe first time orthinking of movingto a new farm.”— Chronicle of the HorseHorsekeepingon a SmallAcreageProvide the best equinecare while maintaining responsible land practices. Cherry Hillshows how in this thoroughly updated, full-color edition ofher best-selling classic on horsekeeping. Hill first explains thebehavior and the physical and emotional needs of horses, thenteaches readers how to choose an appropriate managementstyle. Careful planning and diligent routines result in efficientoperations and happy horses. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 200,000 copies in print“Cherry Hill’s offerings are thorough,thoughtful, and easy to understandand implement.”— Horsemen’s Yankee PedlarCherry Hill'sHorsekeeping AlmanacEveryone who loves and works with horsesneeds a master plan to keep the horse farmrunning smoothly and the residents (humanand equine) happy and healthy. Here isCherry Hill’s “Horsekeeping Master Plan,” hermonth-by-month guide to all the workingsof a horse farm, with reminders, to-do lists,reference charts, climate notes, equine witand wisdom, and an “Ask Cherry” feature. Hill’s advice helps every horseperson— new and experienced, Western and English — establish routines that followthe natural cycles of the animals and the land. This almanac is a valued resourcereaders will keep on hand to welcome each new season to the farm. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-535-7; No. 67535UPC 0-37038-17535-6Hardcover: $34.95 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-603-3; No. 67603UPC 0-37038-17603-2Paper: $24.95 US / $30.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-684-2; No. 67684UPC 0-37038-17684-1Two-color; illustrations throughout576 pages; 7 x 9Full-color; photographs and320 pages; 8 x 10illustrations throughout“If more of us read this book, there mightbe a lot less whip-cracking, bolting, andbiting in our daily lives. BOTTOM LINE:Your horse suggests you pick this one up.”— Horsemen’s Yankee PedlarHow to Think Like a HorseEquipping Your Horse FarmCHERRY HILL AND RICHARD KLIMESHThe companion volume to Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage, hereis in-depth information on every aspect of selecting, maintaining,and operating tractors and horse trailers — essentialequipment for horsekeepers. Hill also discusses the smallerimplements used frequently on horse farms, including loaders,discs, harrows, manure spreaders, mowers, post-hole diggers,hay balers, and wagons. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-843-3; No. 67843UPC 0-37038-17843-2Photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 10Hardcover: $30.00 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-844-0; No. 67844UPC 0-37038-17844-9Best-selling author Cherry Hill shines a light onthe equine mind with detailed discussions ofhow horses think, learn, respond to stimuli, andinterpret human behavior. Every human/horserelationship benefits when the human betterunderstands how her horse experiences the worldand what causes him happiness or distress. Eliminate the stress and confusion bycommunicating with the horse in language he can understand, and training willbe easier and more rewarding for all involved. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 62,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-835-8; No. 67835UPC 0-37038-17835-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 7 x 10Hardcover: $30.00 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-836-5; No. 67836UPC 0-37038-17836-4


62HorsesBraiding Manes and TailsCHARNI LEWISNext to riding, there is nothing horse people love more than topamper and groom their horses, and braiding manes and tails isa particularly enjoyable grooming task for horse and rider alike.Here are 30 mane and tail braids for every occasion — fromcasual rides to blue-ribbon events — described with step-bystepillustrations and color photographs. Hang the book on abarn wall and create a horse hair salon.Hardcover with concealed wire-o:$22.95 US / $27.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-699-6; No. 67699UPC 0-37038-17699-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout152 pages; 9 x 9Storey’s Barn Guide to HorseHealth Care + First AidWhen a horse isn’t well, every owner wantsquick solutions that can be easily referred toin the barn. With a nail-hole at the top of eachpage spread, this book can be hung on a barnwall as a hands-free visual guide. Step-by-stepillustrations and simple text guide farmersthrough every health situation likely to occur. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper with concealed wire-o: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-639-2; No. 67639UPC 0-37038-17639-1Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout128 pages; 12 x 9Storey’s Barn Guide to HorseHandling and GroomingCHARNI LEWISClear, straightforward visuals — thehallmark of the Barn Guide series — provideinstructions for every common handling andgrooming procedure at a glance. The hang-itupformat frees the reader’s hands, giving herbetter control of every equine situation. Bettercontrol results in increased safety, and safety— for both human and horse — is the prioritywhen working with large animals. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’sEdge Book ClubPaper with concealed wire-o: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-657-6; No. 67657UPC 0-37038-17657-5Full-color; illustrations and photographs throughout128 pages; 12 x 9GUIDES TO HORSESBEST-SELLINGSERIES“Thomas is trulycomprehensivein her approach,drawing from thevery best aspectsof various trainingmethods.”— Equine Journal“You’ll reach forthis referenceagain and again.”— Equine JournalStorey’s Guide to Training HorsesHEATHER SMITH THOMASThis guide takes the equestrian through the trainingprocess, from handling to ground work to mountedlessons and trailer training, never forgetting that eachhorse is unique and needs to learn at its own pace. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s EdgeBook Club 70,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CAN Hardcover:ISBN 978-1-58017-467-1; No. 67467 $29.95 US / $37.50 CANUPC 0-37038-17467-0ISBN 978-1-58017-468-8Photographs andNo. 67468illustrations throughoutUPC 0-37038-17468-7512 pages; 6 x 9 Storey’s Guide to Raising HorsesHEATHER SMITH THOMASWhether you are an experienced horse handler orare planning to buy your first horse, this completeguide to intelligent horsekeeping covers all aspectsof keeping a horse fit and healthy in body and spirit. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 70,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-127-4; No. 67127UPC 0-37038-17127-3Photographs and illustrations throughout512 pages; 6 x 9Storey’s Guideto Feeding HorsesMELYNI WORTHHealthy horses need proper diet and nutrition.Here is all the information needed to design balancedfeeding programs for every horse. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-492-3No. 67492UPC 0-37038-17492-2llustrations throughout256 pages; 6 x 9


Horses63The Rider’sFitness ProgramDIANNA R. DENNIS, JOHN J.MCCULLY, AND PAUL M. JURISMore than 85 exercises,illustrated with step-by-stepinstructional photography,improve balance, flexibility,and coordination. New andexperienced riders will sufferfewer aches and pains andfind new strength. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper with lay-flat binding:$19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-542-5; No. 67542UPC 0-37038-17542-4Photographs andillustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 10The HorseConformationHandbookHEATHER SMITH THOMASThis detailed “tour of thehorse” familiarizes readerswith every element of how theshape and form of a particularhorse’s body compares to ananatomical ideal. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-558-6; No. 67558UPC 0-37038-17558-5Illustrations throughout400 pages; 8 x 10PROBLEM SOLVERSThe Horse Training Problem SolverJESSICA JAHIELTraining a horse brings an array of vexing challenges.Not all horses behave alike and some can be downrightbaffling, often leaving riders feeling discouraged and frustrated.Jessica Jahiel offers sensible answers to readers’most common training challenges in an accessible Q&Aformat. Her combination of basic training theory, effectivesolutions, and handy tips and strategies will ensure a moresatisfying experience for both horse and rider. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-686-6No. 67686UPC 0-37038-17686-5Illustrations throughout416 pages; 6 x 9Hardcover:$29.95 US / $39.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-687-3No. 67687UPC 0-37038-17687-2The Horse Behavior Problem SolverJESSICA JAHIELHorses have both instinctive and learned behaviors thatcontribute to the way they act and respond to training.Jessica Jahiel, who responds to behavioral questions in heronline newsletter Horse-Sense, teaches readers how tointerpret problems and develop workable solutions. In afriendly question-and-answer format, Jahiel explains howto establish strong human-horse relationships, then moveson to solving the difficult situations that arise most frequentlyin horse handling. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 46,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-524-1No. 67524UPC 0-37038-17524-0Illustrations throughout352 pages; 6 x 9“Whether you’re looking to solve a particularproblem, or just learn more about why horsesdo what they do, this volume is a handy andentertaining reference.”Your HorseJUDY CHAPPLESafe HorseSafe Rider— Horse & RiderThis book takes the mysteryout of horse ownership, fromgetting your first horse to ridingit. Judy Chapple inspiresconfidence as she offers informationthat is thorough andeasy to comprehend. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 85,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-353-1; No. 66353UPC 0-37038-00353-6Photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 11JESSIE HAASBeginning with understandingthe horse and endingwith competitions, this bookincludes advice on safetyissues surrounding everythingfrom approaching,handling, and leading ahorse to tacking, mounting,and riding. 36,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-700-3; No. 66700UPC 0-37038-00700-8Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11The Rider’s Problem SolverJESSICA JAHIELIn an informal yet informative style, clinician and equinebehavior expert Jessica Jahiel addresses numerous riderconcerns, from head to toe and everything in between.Following the successful question-and-answer format ofThe Horse Behavior Problem Solver, she presents real-life situationsand addresses them in comprehensive detail, offeringproven solutions to common problems. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-838-9No. 67838UPC 0-37038-17838-8Illustrations throughout384 pages; 6 x 9Hardcover:$29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-839-6No. 67839UPC 0-37038-17839-5“Easy to read yet thoughtful,this fun book works.Interested in riding better (orteaching riding better)? Buythis book.”— Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar


64HorsesRide the Right HorseYVONNE BARTEAU“Yvonne writes witha huge depth ofperception, and sheis armed with a vastarray of experiences.You will not findanother book like thisone.”— Carol Lavell,International FEI competitor& Olympic medalistBuild better horse relationships by understanding and workingwith horses’ unique personalities. Dressage trainer YvonneBarteau describes the four basic equine personality types— social, fearful, aloof, and challenging — and the clues thathelp riders identify primary traits. Training tips and strategiesdeveloped specifically for each equine personality give ridersand trainers the skills they need to work more effectively withindividual horses. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubHardcover with jacket:$24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-662-0; No. 67662UPC 0-37038-17662-9One-color; photographs andillustrations throughout312 pages; 6 x 9Stable SmartsHEATHER SMITH THOMASOld cowboy tricks, quickhomemade fixes, hard-earnedlessons, and tried-and-truehorsekeeping wisdom — theyall contribute to the treasurehouseof equine know-howthat Heather Smith Thomashas assembled for anyonewho rides, owns, or dreamsof spending time with horses. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-610-1; No. 67610UPC 0-37038-17610-0Two-color; Illustrations throughout320 pages; 6 x 8Storey’sHorse-Lover’sEncyclopediaBESTSELLEREDITED BY DEBORAH BURNSThis comprehensive guideto all things equine coversbreeds, tack, riding styles,shows, and much more. Theinformation is accompaniedthroughout by line drawings,lists, diagrams, and helpfultips. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 61,000 copies in printPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-317-9; No. 67317UPC 0-37038-17317-8Two-color; illustrations throughout480 pages; 8 x 10BESTSELLERStarting &Running YourOwn Horse BusinessMARY ASHBY MCDONALDWhether you are a seasonedprofessional or a new horseowner, McDonald’s moneysavingtips for running asuccessful horse businesswill increase your profits andstrengthen your business. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 71,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-960-1; No. 66960UPC 0-37038-00960-6Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11The Foaling PrimerCYNTHIA MCFARLANDThe first year of a horse’slife is chronicled in up-closephotographs and friendly,informative text, with teachingtips on development andtraining at every stage. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-608-8; No. 67608UPC 0-37038-17608-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 10The Horse DoctorIs InBRENT KELLEY, DVM“This is one of the bestveterinary books I’ve seenin years . . . it is a veryreadable book for pleasureas well as information.”— The AmericanQuarter Horse Journal Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-460-2; No. 67460UPC 0-37038-17460-1Illustrations throughout416 pages; 6 x 9Horse SenseJOHN J. METTLER JR., DVMDr. Mettler gives invaluableadvice on preventive healthcare for horses, describingimmunizations, worming, anddental care and explaininghow colic, choke, and foundercan be prevented and treated. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 68,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-545-0; No. 66545UPC 0-37038-00545-5Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11Teaching SafeHorsemanshipJAN DAWSONEquestrian accidents canhappen — but knowledgeand foresight can prevent orminimize potentially seriousaccidents. Jan Dawsonteaches both English andWestern riding instructorshow to create a safe ridingenvironment. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-515-9; No. 67515UPC 0-37038-17515-8Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11Games on HorsebackBETTY BENNETT-TALBOTAND STEVEN BENNETTImprove your equestrianskills and have fun withfriends using this collectionof more than 50 safe, exciting,and challenging gamesfor horse and rider. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 40,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-134-2; No. 67134UPC 0-37038-00134-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 11


Horses65Western PracticeLessonsCHARLENE STRICKLAND“[Strickland] steers clearof mumbo jumbo andprovides succinct,useable information.”— Horse Illustrated Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-107-6; No. 67107UPC 0-37038-17107-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 10Competing inWestern Shows& EventsCHARLENE STRICKLANDRead about the fascinatingworld of Western contestsand society, and then learnthe skills and practices thatmake Western judges sit upand take notice. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-031-4; No. 67031UPC 0-37038-00031-3Photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 11The Basics ofWestern RidingCHARLENE STRICKLANDMaster all the steps tobecoming an effective Westernrider, from evaluating apotential mount to dressingfor style and safety. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 35,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-030-7; No. 67030UPC 0-37038-00030-6Photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 11The USDF Guide to DressageJENNIFER O. BRYANTThe only complete manual endorsed by the U.S. Dressage Federation,here is a much-needed addition to the dressage library.Easy-to-follow photographic sequences demystify all the basicdressage techniques for riders of all disciplines. Also includedare the dramatic and colorful history of dressage, an overviewof proper terminology and equipment, and information oncompetition, cross-training for other disciplines, managementof the dressage horse, and more. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubHardcover with jacket:$35.00 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-529-6; No. 67529UPC 0-37038-17529-5Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout352 pages; 9 x 10Getting YourFirst HorseTaking Up Ridingas an AdultGetting the Mostfrom Riding LessonsTrail RidingRHONDA HART POEEasy-Gaited HorsesLEE ZIEGLERJUDITH DUTSONBuying your first horse can bea daunting experience! JudithDutson takes you step by stepthrough the buying or leasingprocess. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 35,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-078-9; No. 67078UPC 0-37038-00078-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 10DIANA DELMARLearn to ride at any age withthis practical guide to stayinginjury free, purchasing tackand equipment, and findingthe right lesson barn andinstructor. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-081-9; No. 67081UPC 0-37038-00081-8Photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 10MIKE SMITHThis reassuring guide forbeginning riders coverssafety, horse behavior, basicriding exercises, and communicatingwith a qualifiedinstructor. Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book Club 40,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-082-6; No. 67082UPC 0-37038-00082-5Photographs andillustrations throughoutFor anyone who rides anywhereother than in the ring,here is essential informationon every aspect of trail riding,from selecting an appropriatehorse to proper conditioningand training. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-560-9; No. 67560UPC 0-37038-17560-8Illustrations throughout336 pages; 8 x 10Discover the pleasures of ridinga horse that is calm, obedient,relaxed, and sure-footed.Ziegler brings her enthusiasmto training and riding, usinggentle, humane methods inthis definitive guide to goodgaited horsemanship. Main Selection of Bookspan’sEquestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-562-3; No. 67562UPC 0-37038-17562-2Illustrations throughout256 pages; 8 x 10160 pages; 8 x 10


66HorsesREAD & RIDE SERIES101 Dressage Exercisesfor Horse & RiderJEC ARISTOTLE BALLOUBEST-SELLINGSERIESFor all levels of dressage riders, here are 101 exercises featuringfull-arena diagrams and step-by-step instructions. Startingwith basic techniques and moving up through maneuversdeveloped by U.S. Olympians, the exercises here providehours of satisfying dressage work. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubARENA POCKET GUIDESArena Pocket Guides by Cherry Hill —The Exercise Books You’ll Want with You in the RingStrengthen both English and Western riding skills withthese compact, easy-to-use guides. Each workbook includesillustrated instructions, arena maps, exercise benefits, safetytips, and a “Test Your Skills” section. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper with wire-o binding: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANIllustrations throughout; 32 pages; 4 x 8Paper with comb binding:$29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-595-1No. 67595UPC 0-37038-17595-0Illustrations throughout240 pages; 8 x 11101 Jumping Exercisesfor Horse & RiderLINDA L. ALLEN WITH DIANNA R. DENNISThis must-have workbook provides a logical and consistentseries of exercises with easy-to-follow maps and instructionsfor all riding abilities. Each exercise details set-up,how to ride the exercise, when to move on to the next step,and more. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 48,000 copies in printBeginning WesternISBN 978-1-58017-045-1; No. 67045UPC 0-37038-17045-0Beginning EnglishISBN 978-1-58017-044-4; No. 67044UPC 0-37038-00044-3Paper with comb binding:$29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-465-7No. 67465UPC 0-37038-17465-6Illustrations throughout240 pages; 8 x 11101 Arena ExercisesCHERRY HILLCherry Hill presents recognized classic exercises,suitable for both English and Western riders,along with her own original patterns and maneuvers.Exercises range from simple to complicatedand are useful for riders interested in improvingtheir own and their horses’ skills, and for instructorslooking for new drills. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’sEdge Book Club149,000 copies in printIntermediateWesternISBN 978-1-58017-046-8; No. 67046UPC 0-37038-00046-7IntermediateEnglishISBN 978-1-58017-042-0; No. 67042UPC 0-37038-00042-9101 Horsemanship &Equitation PatternsCHERRY HILLPaper with comb binding: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-316-6; No. 66316UPC 0-37038-00316-1Illustrations throughout; 224 pages; 11 x 8Learn all the moves that make judges takenotice. Even if you don’t compete, this ringsideguide to the essential patterns for Westernhorsemanship and English equitation competitionwill sharpen your riding skills. Main Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’sEdge Book ClubPaper with comb binding: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-159-5; No. 67159UPC 0-37038-00159-4Illustrations throughout; 256 pages; 11 x 8Advanced WesternISBN 978-1-58017-047-5; No. 67047UPC 0-37038-00047-4Advanced EnglishISBN 978-1-58017-043-7; No. 67043UPC 0-37038-00043-6


Horses & Animals for Kids67Jumping for KidsLESLEY WARDJumping is the most thrilling thing a young rider canaccomplish on horseback and the ultimate goal of countlesshorse-crazy kids. Covering all the fundamentals ofjumping safely and correctly, this complete learn-tojumpprogram in a book is the ideal companion to lessonslearned in the ring. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubHorse Care for KidsCHERRY HILLCherry Hill presents everythinga young equestrianwants and needs to know. Winner of 2002 ASPCA HenryBergh Children’s Book Honor Selection of Bookspan’sChildren’s BOMC 87,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-407-7; No. 67407UPC 0-37038-17407-6Hardcover with jacket:$23.95 US / $29.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-476-3; No. 67476UPC 0-37038-17476-2Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout128 pages; 7 x 9Riding for KidsJUDY RICHTERThe perfect companion to lessonsin the ring, here is thelearn-to-ride program everyyoung equestrian will refer toagain and again. Selection of Bookspan’sChildren’s Book of the MonthClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-510-4; No. 67510UPC 0-37038-17510-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 7 x 9Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-672-9; No. 67672UPC 0-37038-17672-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 7 x 9Hardcover with jacket:$26.95 US / $33.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-671-2No. 67671UPC 0-37038-17671-1Horse Showing for KidsCHERYL KIMBALLHere is everything kids need to know about horse showevents, along with helpful tips from pros and a fill-inshow diary. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-501-2; No. 67501UPC 0-37038-17501-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 9 x 7Hardcover with jacket:$26.95 US / $39.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-573-9No. 67573UPC 0-37038-17573-8STOREY’S “YOUR” SERIESMORE THAN 350,000 COPIES SOLD!These reference books are indispensable for youngpeople learning to raise happy, healthy animals. Valuableguidance 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 / $18.50 CANPhotographs and illustrations throughout7 x 10Your Pony, Your HorseCHERRY HILL978-0-88266-908-3; 160 pagesUPC 0-37038-00908-8; No. 66908Your CalfHEATHER SMITH THOMAS978-0-88266-947-2; 192 pagesUPC 0-37038-00947-7; No. 66947Your SheepP. SIMMONS & D.L. SALSBURY978-0-88266-769-0; 128 pagesUPC 0-37038-00769-5; No. 66769Your GoatsYour ChickensGAIL DAMEROWGAIL DAMEROWYour Guinea PigWANDA L. CURRAN978-0-88266-889-5; 160 pagesUPC 0-37038-00889-0; No. 66889Your Puppy, Your DogPAT STORER978-0-88266-959-5; 176 pagesUPC 0-37038-00959-0; No. 66959Your RabbitNANCY SEARLE978-0-88266-767-6; 160 pagesUPC 0-37038-00767-1; No. 66767 Selection of Bookspan'sOutdoorsman's Edge Book Club 61,000 copies in printISBN 978-0-88266-825-3UPC 0-37038-00825-8No. 66825; 176 pages 46,000 copies in printISBN 978-0-88266-823-9UPC 0-37038-00823-4No. 66823; 160 pages


68Animals & FarmingSTOREY’S GUIDE TO RAISING SERIESStorey's Guideto RaisingMeat GoatsMAGGIE SAYERThe newest title in the seriesequips farmers with everythingthey need to knowabout raising profitable, indemandmeat goats.Paper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-661-3No. 67661UPC 0-37038-17661-2; 344 pagesHardcover:$28.95 US / $36.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-660-6; No. 67660UPC 0-37038-17660-5Storey’s Guide to Raising Series offers the mostup-to-date information on raising cattle, goats, ducks, horses,llamas, pigs, rabbits, sheep, chickens, turkeys, and poultry. Novice farmersand experienced pros alike will find all the information needed tokeep livestock and profits healthy. Each book includes information onselection, housing, space requirements, behavior, breeding and birthingtechniques, feeding, health concerns, and remedies for illnesses. Thebooks also cover the business of processing meat, milk, eggs, and otherproducts.All books in the series:Photographs and illustrations throughout; 6 x 9BEST-SELLINGSERIESMore than 1.5 million copies sold!Storey’s Guide toRaising Beef CattleHEATHER SMITH THOMASStorey’s Guide toRaising DucksDAVE HOLDERREADStorey’s Guide toRaising TurkeysLEONARD S. MERCIAStorey’s Guide toRaising PoultryLEONARD S. MERCIAStorey’s Guide toRaising ChickensGAIL DAMEROW Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 100,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-327-8; No. 67327UPC 0-37038-17327-7; 352 pages Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 100,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-258-5; No. 67258UPC 0-37038-17258-4; 320 pages Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 59,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-261-5; No. 67261UPC 0-37038-17261-4; 208 pages 270,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-263-9; No. 67263UPC 0-37038-17263-8; 352 pages 157,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-325-4; No. 67325UPC 0-37038-17325-3; 352 pagesStorey’s Guide toRaising RabbitsBOB BENNETTStorey’s Guide toRaising PigsKELLY KLOBERStorey’s Guide toRaising LlamasGALE BIRUTTAStorey’s Guide toRaising SheepPAULA SIMMONS & CAROL & CAROL EKARIUSStorey’s Guide toRaising Dairy GoatsJERRY BELANGER Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 246,000 copies in print Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 46,000 copies in print Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 39,000 copies in print Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 233,000 copies in print Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 280,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-260-8; No. 67260UPC 0-37038-17260-7; 256 pagesPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-326-1; No. 67326UPC 0-37038-17326-0; 320 pagesPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-328-5; No. 67328UPC 0-37038-17328-4; 336 pagesPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-262-2; No. 67262UPC 0-37038-17262-1; 400 pagesPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-259-2; No. 67259UPC 0-37038-17259-1; 288 pages


Animals & Farming69STOREY'S WORKING ANIMALS SERIESOxenDREW CONROYStalwart and powerful, oxencan plow fields, haul stones,assist in logging, improveroads, and demonstrate traditionalfarming techniques. Andthey are stronger, steadier, lessexpensive, and easier to keepthan draft horses. Here is thedefinitive guide to selecting, training, feeding, and caring for working oxen.With proper care and training, oxen can be a dependable, economical alternativeto heavy machinery on small working farms.LivestockGuardiansJANET VORWALD DOHNERKeep sheep, goats, and otherlivestock safe from predatorswith guardian dogs, donkeys,and llamas. Highly effective,economical, and non-violent,livestock guardians can be theperfect solution to many farmers’predation problems. Thisdefinitive resource offers breedby-breeddescriptions, detailedcoverage of proper guardian/livestock bonding, and thorough training andproblem-solving advice. Real-life stories of farmers effectively using guardanimals help readers get acquainted with these amazing animals.Paper: $24.95 US / $32.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-692-7; No. 67692UPC 0-37038-17692-6One-color with a 16-page color insertPhotographs and illustrations throughout304 pages; 8 x 10Paper: $24.95 US / $32.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-695-8; No. 67695UPC 0-37038-17695-7One-color with a 16-page color insertPhotographs and illustrations throughout240 pages; 8 x 10Hardcover: $34.95 US / $43.95 CANHardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-693-4; No. 67693ISBN 978-1-58017-696-5; No. 67696UPC 0-37038-17693-3UPC 0-37038-17696-4Basic Butchering ofLivestock & GameJOHN J. METTLER JR., DVMKeeping LivestockHealthyN. BRUCE HAYNES, DVMSmall-ScaleLivestock FarmingCAROL EKARIUSStarting &Running YourOwnSmall FarmBusiness“Provides clear, concise,and step-by-stepinformation for peoplewho want to slaughtertheir own meat.”— Mother Earth News Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 129,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-391-3; No. 66391UPC 0-37038-00391-8Illustrations throughout208 pages; 6 x 9Learn how to prevent diseasein each of the five animalscovered — horses, cattle, pigs,goats, and sheep — throughgood nutrition, proper housing,and appropriate care. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 148,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-435-0No. 67435UPC 0-37038-17435-9Photographs andillustrations throughout352 pages; 6 x 9This grass-based, organicapproach to livestock managementproduces healthieranimals, reduces feed andhealth care costs, and maximizesprofit. Includes casestudies of successful farmers,details of every facet of livestockfarming, and insightson how to work with natureinstead of against it. 43,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-162-5; No. 67162UPC 0-37038-17162-4Illustrations throughoutSARAH BETH AUBREYRunning a small farm goes beyond growing, raising, and craftingartisanal products. Locally grown produce and specialtyfarm items also have to be marketed and sold to wholesalers,retailers, and consumers. To help farmers position themselveswell in the market, Sarah Aubrey offers a business-savvy referencethat covers everything from financial plans and advertisingbudgets to Web design and food service wholesalers.Paper: $19.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-697-2; No. 67697UPC 0-37038-17697-1Photographs and illustrationsthroughout176 pages; 8 x 10“Whether you currently operate a small farm businessor are looking to start one, this book provides manyideas about successful business practices.”224 pages; 8 x 11— Lt. Governor Becky Skillman, State of Indiana


70Animals & FarmingGrass-Fed CattleJULIUS RUECHEL“Ruechel packedhis book witheverything afarmer needs toknow, and hisadvice and systemscan applyto the smallestbackyard hobby orto the largest commercialherds.”— Agriculture TodayAs more consumers discover the benefits of grass-fed beef —sustainability, good taste, antibiotic-free — demand continuesto grow. For any farmer interested in entering this profitablespecialty area, here is the first complete manual on raising, caringfor, and marketing grass-fed cattle. Author Julius Ruechelincludes advice on herd selection, breeding, pasture management,fencing, winter grazing, diseases, equipment, slaughter,labeling, marketing, and financial planning. Selection of Bookspan’s Outdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubRaising a Calffor BeefPHYLLIS HOBSONBeginners will find what theyneed in this no-nonsenseguide to choosing a calf,providing housing, nutrition,feeding, daily care, and,finally, butchering. 123,000 copies in printPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-095-0; No. 66095UPC 0-37038-00095-5Illustrations throughout128 pages; 6 x 9Tan Your Hide!PHYLLIS HOBSONHere is a step-by-step guideto making vests, belts, andwallets by home-tanningand hand-working furs andleathers. 249,000 copies in printPaper: $11.95 US / $14.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-101-8; No. 66101UPC 0-37038-00101-3Illustrations throughout144 pages; 6 x 9The Family CowDIRK VAN LOONCovering everything fromchoosing your cow to feeding,caring for, and milkingit, this book provides all thebasics for the family that hasdecided to keep a cow. 82,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-066-0; No. 66066UPC 0-37038-00066-5Photographs andillustrations throughout272 pages; 6 x 9Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-605-7; No. 67605UPC 0-37038-17605-6Illustrations throughout384 pages; 8 x 10Essential Guide to CalvingHEATHER SMITH THOMASHealthy pregnancies, safe births, and thriving calvesare critical to every cattle-farming operation. For everyfarmer who wants more control over the health of hisherd, here is complete coverage of what to expect atevery step of the calving process, and how to keep thosecalves healthy through the first year of life.Paper: $24.95 US / $30.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-706-1; No. 67706UPC 0-37038-17706-0One-color; photographs andillustrations throughout400 pages; 8 x 10“Fleecing sheep,goat-proofing gates,preventing frostbiteon the knob headsof African geese —it’s all covered inthis agro-centrictome.”— NewsdayHardcover: $34.95 US / $45.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-707-8; No. 67707UPC 0-37038-17707-7Getting Started with Beef & Dairy CattleHEATHER SMITH THOMASAddressing the growing demand for naturally grown meat anddairy products, a new generation of farmers is turning to small,organic cattle operations. Here is the first-time farmer’s guideto the basics of raising a small herd of cattle — selecting, raising,feeding, providing proper shelter and care, and milking orbutchering. Selection of Bookspan’s Outdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-596-8; No. 67596UPC 0-37038-17596-7Photographs and illustrationsthroughout; 16-page full-color sectionHardcover with jacket:$26.95 US / $33.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-604-0; No. 67604UPC 0-37038-17604-9288 pages; 6 x 9Barnyard in Your BackyardEDITED BY GAIL DAMEROWWhen is the right time to shear a sheep? What time of day isbest to collect eggs? Can a cow and a sheep share the samepasture? The perfect book for anyone who has ever dreamed ofhaving that little place in the country, Barnyard in Your Backyardoffers expert advice on raising healthy, happy, productive farmanimals: chickens, geese, ducks, rabbits, goats, sheep, andcattle. Here are the pros and cons of raising the animal, housingand land requirements, feeding guidelines, health concerns,and a schedule for routine care. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 62,000 copies in printPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-456-5; No. 67456UPC 0-37038-17456-4Two-color; illustrations throughout416 pages; 8 x 10


Animals & Farming71Pocketful of PoultryCAROL EKARIUSMore than 100 poultry breeds show their amazing colorsin full-page images that capture their good looksand lively personalities. Facing each poultry portrait isan informational page offering facts about the breed,including its primary use and its conservation status. Apocket treasure for fowl fanciers everywhere!Storey’s Barn Guide to SheepTake this book into the barn, open to any procedure, and hangthe whole book on a nearby wall or structure to serve as ahandy, visual reference. Graphic presentations guide farmersthrough trimming hooves, administering injections, assistingwith lambing, bottle feeding, milking, shearing, and everyother situation that might arise during the normal course ofa sheep's life. Also included are full-color anatomical illustrations,a lambing calendar, a feeding chart, and a helpful recordkeepingsection.Paper with concealed wire-o:$29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-849-5; No. 67849UPC 0-37038-17849-4Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout96 pages; 12 x 9Paper: $10.95 US / $13.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-677-4; No. 67677UPC 0-37038-17677-3Full-color; photographsand illustrations throughout272 pages; 6 x 4Keep Chickens!BARBARA KILARSKI8-copy counter display:$87.60 US / $108.00 CANISBN 978-1-58017-704-7No. 67704UPC 0-37038-17704-6Storey's IllustratedGuide to Poultry BreedsCAROL EKARIUSFor farmers and fanciers alike, this definitive guideto North American poultry showcases more than 120breeds strutting their stuff. Laying hens and heritageturkeys, exotic pheasants and giant ostriches are shownwith charming color photography and thorough descriptions.If it’s poultry — fair or fowl — it’s in this book!Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-667-5; No. 67667UPC 0-37038-17667-4Full-color; photographs andIllustrations throughoutHardcover with jacket:$35.00 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-668-2No. 67668UPC 0-37038-17668-1288 pages; 8 x 10Raising Animalsby the MoonLOUISE RIOTTEBy working with the laws ofnature, you can help improvethe health and well-beingof your domestic and farmanimals.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-068-0; No. 67068UPC 0-37038-17068-9Illustrations throughout192 pages; 6 x 9Wild TurkeysJOHN J. METTLER JR., DVMOnce nearly extinct in NorthAmerica, wild turkeys havemade a dramatic comeback.Here is all the habitat andmating information you willneed to hunt and enjoy thesenoble birds.Paper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-069-7; No. 67069UPC 0-37038-00069-6Photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 6 x 9Barbara Kilarski, a woman with a passion for poultry, providesdetailed information every aspiring chickenkeeper needs toknow in this handbook that is as practical and encouraging as itis witty and entertaining. Join the urban and suburban chickenfarmingboomlet and start enjoying the freshest breakfast eggsavailable.Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-491-6; No. 67491UPC 0-37038-17491-5Illustrations throughout16-page full-color insert160 pages; 6 x 9“Kilarski has demystified all things fair andfowl with Keep Chickens!”— NewsdayThe Chicken Health HandbookGAIL DAMEROWThis must-have reference for the small-flock owner covers theproblems and diseases common to chickens of all breeds andages. Practical charts identify common symptoms and causes ofdisease, while an alphabetic listing of diseases provides adviceon treatment. 53,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-611-2; No. 66611UPC 0-37038-00611-7Photographs andillustrations throughout352 pages; 6 x 9


72Farming & BuildingHow to BuildAnimal HousingCAROL EKARIUS“A well-illustratedguide to buildingportable shelters,stables large and small,barns of all sizes andtypes, shade structures,backyard pens … is agreat buy.”— American Small FarmFor the wide range of barnyard animals living on today’ssmall-scale farms, here is a comprehensive collection of 60building plans for shelters that meet each animal’s individualneeds. There are sheds, coops, hutches, multipurpose barns,windbreaks, and shade structures, plus designs for wateringsystems, feeders, chutes, stanchions, and more. Each planincludes illustrated, step-by-step instructions, ideal for do-ityourselffarmers committed to raising happy, healthy animals. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-527-2; No. 67527UPC 0-37038-17527-1Illustrations throughout272 pages; 8 x 10How to BuildSmall Barns & OutbuildingsMONTE BURCHBuilding Small Barns,Sheds & SheltersMONTE BURCHExtend your working, living, and storage areas by buildinglow-cost barns, sheds, and animal shelters usingthese easy-to-follow plans and construction methods. Selection of Bookspan’s Equestrian’s Edge Book Club 327,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-245-9; No. 66245UPC 0-37038-00245-4Photographs and illustrations throughout248 pages; 8 x 11More than 20 projects offer complete plans and instructionsfor building a wide range of structures that aredesigned for adaptability and usefulness. You’ll learnthe step-by-step fundamentals of general construction— from planning and laying out a site to do-it-yourselfframing, roofing, wiring, plumbing, and much more. 155,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-773-7; No. 66773UPC 0-37038-00773-2Photographs and illustrations throughout288 pages; 8 x 11BESTSELLERBESTSELLER“There are lots of goodideas to pick from— this belongs on yourreference shelf.”— Small Farm TodayChicken CoopsJUDY PANGMANJust like houses, chicken coops come in all sizes and styles tomeet the needs of every chicken family. Here are plans, elevationdrawings, and basic building ideas for 45 original coops— from strictly practical to flights of fancy. There's one hereto meet the needs of every chicken owner. An eight-page colorsection shows detailed photos of many of the featured coops.Paper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-627-9; No. 67627UPC 0-37038-17627-8Hardcover: $29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-631-6; No. 67631UPC 0-37038-17631-5Illustrations throughout;8-page full-color insert176 pages; 8 x 10RenovatingBarns, Sheds &OutbuildingsNICK ENGLERPreserve history and savemoney by renovating andrestoring rather than replacingold barns, sheds, andoutbuildings. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle and Equestrian’sEdge and Main Selection ofOutdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubsPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-216-5; No. 67216UPC 0-37038-17216-4Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughoutFences forPasture & GardenGAIL DAMEROWFilled with sound, up-to-dateadvice and instruction, thiscomplete guide makes fencebuilding a task anyone cantackle with confidence. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 47,000 copies in printPaper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-753-9; No. 66753UPC 0-37038-00753-4Illustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11The HomeWater SupplySTU CAMPBELLIf you are responsible foryour own water supply, youneed this book on homewater systems; potentialwater problems; and practical,money-saving solutions. 52,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-324-1; No. 66324UPC 0-37038-00324-6Photographs andillustrations throughout240 pages; 8 x 11256 pages; 8 x 11


Building73Dream CottagesCATHERINE TREDWAYThis elegantly illustratedbook presents 25 uniquedesign plans for a varietyof cottages appropriate fora wide range of needs andlifestyles. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book and Architectsand Designers Book ClubsPaper: $22.95 US / $28.95 CANBe Your OwnHouseContractorCARL HELDMANNBESTSELLERIf you can balance a checkbookand deal fairly withsubcontractors, you can buildyour own house. By being theboss, you’ll get exactly whatyou want done, the way youwant it done … for less. 315,000 copies in printThe Modular HomeANDREW GIANINOFor the prospective modularhome (or modular addition)buyer, here is adviceon everything from choosinga floor plan and buying thehome to finding the rightcontractor and selecting customizationoptions.Paper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-526-5; No. 67526Home Plan DoctorLARRY W. GARNETTEvery new house begins with a home plan. But the twodimensionaldrawings that represent an entire house can bedifficult to interpret and challenging to visualize. Home PlanDoctor makes basic design principles accessible to buyers,explaining how to navigate every stage of the process, fromselecting a plan to judging its room-by-room suitability andrequesting modifications.ISBN 978-1-58017-372-8; No. 67372UPC 0-37038-17372-7Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 11Paper: $16.95 US / $20.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-840-2; No. 67840UPC 0-37038-17840-1Illustrations throughout;14-page photo galleryUPC 0-37038-17526-4Photographs and illustrationsthroughout; 16-page full-color insert336 pages; 8 x 10Paper: $18.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-698-9; No. 67698UPC 0-37038-17698-8Full-color; illustrations throughout224 pages; 8 x 10176 pages; 6 x 9The“Have-More” PlanTimber FrameConstructionBuild a ClassicTimber-Framed HouseHow to Build Paths,Steps & FootbridgesThe Fence BibleJEFF BENEKEED AND CAROLYN ROBINSONThis 1943 back-to-the-landclassic explains how to findland, build a homestead,grow fruits and vegetables,raise livestock, build farmstructures, and more. 520,000 copies in printPaper: $9.95 US / $12.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-024-0; No. 66024UPC 0-37038-66024-1Photographs andillustrations throughout72 pages; 9 x 12JACK SOBON ANDROGER SCHROEDERWhether you want to havea timber frame home builtfor you or want to build oneyourself, here are all thebasics of building with timbers.Sobon explains how todesign for both strength andbeauty and includes a starterproject to develop your skills. 92,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-365-4; No. 66365UPC 0-37038-00365-9Photographs andillustrations throughoutJACK A. SOBONWith the step-by-stepinstructions in this book, youcan build your own classictimber-framed house — onethat’s enduring, affordable,and easily expanded. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 41,000 copies in printPaper: $21.95 US / $27.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-841-3; No. 66841UPC 0-37038-00841-8Photographs andillustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 11PETER JESWALDLearn how to choose the bestdesigns for specific landscaperequirements, define anoutdoor living space, andmaximize property potential. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-487-9; No. 67487UPC 0-37038-17487-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout248 pages; 8 x 10Step-by-step guidance enablesreaders to plan, design, build,and maintain every kind offencing for every setting. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle, Outdoorsman’sEdge, and F&W’s Woodworker’sBook ClubsPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-530-2; No. 67530UPC 0-37038-17530-1Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout272 pages; 8 x 10208 pages; 8 x 11


74BuildingThe Outdoor ShowerETHAN FIERROHot Tubs, Saunas& Steam BathsThe Dock ManualMAX BURNSWhat Color IsYour Swimming Pool?ALAN E. SANDERFOOTKeep every pool sparkling and beautiful with Alan E. Sanderfoot’supdated pool maintenance classic. Along with informationon all the latest pool technology, this second editionfeatures expanded coverage of hot tubs and spas. 127,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-309-4No. 67309UPC 0-37038-17309-3Photographs and illustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 10BESTSELLERAn exciting collection of outdoorshowers for every settingincludes an overview ofbasic plumbing and structuralrequirements, along withpointers on building materialsto get readers started.Paper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANxxxxISBN 978-1-58017-552-4; No. 67552UPC 0-37038-17552-3Hardcover with jacket:$29.95 US / $37.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-606-4; No. 67606UPC 0-37038-17606-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout144 pages; 8 x 10ALAN E. SANDERFOOTBring that pampering spaenvironment into the home.Full-color photographs showthe range of designs availablefor both indoor and outdoorsettings, while Sanderfootaddresses installation andenvironmental issues. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-549-4; No. 67549UPC 0-37038-17549-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 10Build, paint, winterize, andrepair a stationary or floatingdock with one of 10 simple,step-by-step plans. 42,000 copies in printPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-098-7; No. 67098UPC 0-37038-00098-6Two-color; illustrations andphotographs throughout208 pages; 8 x 11The Kids’ BuildingWorkshopJ. CRAIG & BARBARAROBERTSONParents and kids togetherbuild fun and useful itemswhile teaching kids essentialsafety skills. Selection of F&W’sWoodworker’s Book ClubPaper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-488-6; No. 67488UPC 0-37038-17488-5Two-color; photographs andillustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 10Monte Burch’s PoleBuilding ProjectsMONTE BURCHMore than two dozenattractive and practical polebuilding plans include awood shed, a lean-to shelter,a two-car garage, a barbecueshelter, and livestock shade. 56,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-859-8; No. 66859UPC 0-37038-00859-3Photographs andillustrations throughout208 pages; 8 x 11Low-CostPole BuildingConstructionRALPH WOLFEThis definitive how-to bookwill save you money, labor,and time in building a smallhome, barn, or otherstructure. 303,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-170-4; No. 66170UPC 0-37038-66170-5Photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 11Build Your OwnLow-Cost Log HomeROGER HARD“If it’s a log house you’reconsidering, here is oneof the best books on thispopular subject.”— Country Journal 220,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-399-9; No. 66399UPC 0-37038-00399-4Photographs andillustrations throughoutThe NewWoodburner’sHandbookSTEPHEN BUSHWAYHere is the essential layman’sguide to both thelatest improvements instoves and the age-old wisdomof heating with wood.Paper: $12.95 US / $15.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-788-1; No. 66788UPC 0-37038-00788-6Illustrations throughout168 pages; 6 x 9200 pages; 8 x 11


Building & Traditional Skills75“Charles McRaven[has] an infinitestore of knowledgeabout building andrestoration.”— The Daily ProgressCharlottesvile, VAStep-by-StepOutdoor StoneworkBuilding with StoneCHARLES McRAVENStoneworkCHARLES McRAVENStone PrimerCHARLES McRAVENMIKE LAWRENCEMore than 20 easy-to-buildstone projects for patio andgarden are described in detailand illustrated with hundredsof drawings and colorphotographs. Selection of Bookspan’sBook-of-the-Month Club 42,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-891-8; No. 66891UPC 0-37038-00891-3Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout96 pages; 8 x 11Learn the art and craft ofcreating stone structures withMcRaven’s building instructionsand his underlyingphilosophy that careful craftsmanshipand time well spentduring construction willrepay itself many times over. 110,000 copies in printPaper: $17.95 US / $22.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-550-4; No. 66550UPC 0-37038-00550-9Photographs andillustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 11Discover the lasting satisfactionof working with stoneand learn the tricks of thetrade from a master craftsmanwith this collection of 22fully illustrated, step-by-stepinstructions for garden pathsand walls, porches, pools,seats, waterfalls, a bridge,and more. Selection of Bookspan’sBook-of-the Month Club 75,000 copies in printPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-976-2; No. 66976UPC 0-37038-00976-7Photographs andCharles McRaven, a dedicatedstonemason for more than 50 years, brings his practicalexperience and deep respect for the material to this essentialguide for homeowners interested in adding stone to any setting,indoors or out. How-to techniques, step-by-step projectsfor the home, stone mason profiles, and beautiful photographygive the book appeal as both a solid DIY guide and an inspirationaldesign resource. Selection of Bookspan’s Book-of-the Month ClubPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-670-5; No. 67670UPC 0-37038-17670-4Hardcover with jacket:$35.00 US / $43.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-669-9; No. 67669UPC 0-37038-17669-8Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout272 pages; 8 x 10illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 11“This eclectic collectionis 500 booksin one, packed withingenious ideasto make anyoneself-reliant in acountry setting.”— The Washington PostRustic RetreatsDAVID & JEANIE STILESCampers, anglers, hunters,and nature lovers — thewoodland hideaway you’vedreamed of is among thisbook’s 20 plans for low-cost,sturdy outdoor structures. Selection of Bookspan’sHomeStyle and Outdoorsman’sEdge Book Clubs 72,000 copies in printPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-035-2; No. 67035UPC 0-37038-00035-1Illustrations throughout160 pages; 8 x 11New CompactHouse DesignsEDITED BY DON METZThe 27 plans collected hereare winners from the secondCompact House DesignCompetition, a juried contestevaluating designs for homesof up to 1250 square feet withat least two bedrooms.Paper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-666-2; No. 66666UPC 0-37038-00666-7Illustrations throughout192 pages; 8 x 11Building Stone WallsJOHN VIVIANA beautiful, enduring stonewall can be yours with a pileof rocks, a few tools, andthis book full of techniques,plans, illustrations, andphotographs. Selection of Bookspan’sBook-of-the-Month Club 117,000 copies in printPaper: $11.95 US / $14.95 CANISBN 978-0-88266-074-5; No. 66074UPC 0-37038-00074-0Photographs andillustrations throughout112 pages; 6 x 9Storey’s BasicCountry SkillsJOHN AND MARTHA STOREYFor anyone who wants to become more self-reliant, morethan 150 of Storey’s expert authors share their specializedknowledge in gardening, building, animal husbandry, andhomesteading. Learn how to milk a cow, sharpen an ax,preserve fruits and vegetables, clean a chimney, or growraspberries. Step-by-step illustrations complement thethorough text coverage and give any reader the confidenceto tackle new projects. 110,000 copies in printPaper: $24.95 US / $31.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-202-8; No. 67202UPC 0-37038-17202-7BESTSELLERTwo-color; illustrations throughout576 pages; 8 x 11


76Building & Traditional Skills“This book coverseverything a woodcutterneeds toknow.”— Sebastian Junger,author of The PerfectStorm and A Death inBelmontThe Backyard LumberjackFRANK PHILBRICK & STEPHEN PHILBRICKFor the rural lumberjack with acres of woodland, the suburbanguy with a cord of wood to split and stack, or the urban professionalwho just likes to think about chainsaws, here is the firstmust-have complete wood-cutting reference. On subjects fromchoosing the perfect chainsaw to safely felling, bucking, splitting,and stacking wood, Frank and Stephen Philbrick sharetheir enthusiasm for the pleasures and rigors of bringing downtrees. Throughout, they tell stories, offer bits of history andlegend, and prod readers to remember their safety precautions. Selection of Bookspan’s Outdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $18.95 US / $23.95 CANISBN: 978-1-58017-634-7; No. 67634UPC 0-37038-17634-6Full-color; photographs andillustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 9The ClassicHewn-Log HouseCHARLES McRAVENFrom hewing the first log tolaying the last chimney stone,Charles McRaven covers everyaspect of hewn-log constructionand restoration. Clear,how-to line illustrationsaccompany the text throughout,and a full-color galleryshows finished structures. Main Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-590-6; No. 67590UPC 0-37038-17590-5Photographs andThe Blacksmith’sCraftCHARLES McRAVENSimple, clear instructionswith step-by-step photographyshow how to build aforge, make and/or acquiretools, and use those tools tocreate items of lasting beautyand durability. Main Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book ClubPaper: $19.95 US / $24.95 CANISBN 978-1-58017-593-7; No. 67593UPC 0-37038-17593-6Photographs andillustrations throughout256 pages; 7 x 9HomeMadeKEN BRAREN &ROGER GRIFFITHSave money and enjoy thesatisfaction of building yourown lawn furniture, sheds,cold frames, compost bins,animal shelters, and more. Selection of Bookspan’sOutdoorsman’s Edge Book Club 99,000 copies in printPaper: $14.95 US / $18.50 CANISBN 978-0-88266-103-2; No. 66103UPC 0-37038-00103-7Illustrations throughout176 pages; 8 x 11Hardcover: $28.95 US / $36.50 CANISBN 978-1-58017-651-4; No. 67651UPC 0-37038-17651-3illustrations throughout16-page full-color section208 pages; 8 x 10COUNTRY WISDOM BULLETINSGrow the best tomatoes, crate train a puppy, learn to quilt,build a smokehouse — the possibilities are endless with Storey’sCountry Wisdom Bulletins, information-packed minibooks that puthundreds of traditional country skills at your fingertips. When a bookis too much and the Internet doesn’t deliver quite 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 theCountry Wisdom Bulletin 48-copy counter display, free with any purchaseof 48 bulletins. See the complete list at the back of the catalogorder form.Country Wisdom Bulletins 32 pages Single-subject specific 5 x 8 $3.95 US / $4.95 CANCountry Wisdom Countertop Display (Holds 48 Bulletins) Free with the purchase of 48 bulletins ISBN 978-1-58017-784-9; No. 67784 UPC 0-37038-17784-8Mix and match Country Wisdom Bulletinsin specific categories or combining subjects.More than 200 different titles available.The choice is yours!(See order form for complete list.)


Index77titles2-at-a-Time Socks .....................................4150 Simple Ways to Pamper Yourself .........53101 Arena Exercises .................................66101 Designer One-Skein Wonders ............41101 Dressage Exercisesfor Horse & Rider .................................66101 Horsemanship &Equitation Patterns ..............................66101 Jumping Exercisesfor Horse & Rider .................................66101 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies ........25365 Ways to EnergizeMind, Body & Soul ...............................50365 Ways to Relax Mind, Body & Soul ......50500 Treasured Country Recipes ................28ADHD Alternatives .................................. 52Advanced English Exercises .....................66Advanced Western Exercises ...................66Among Wild Horses...................................60Antiques on the Cheap .............................48Apple Cookbook........................................27Aromatherapy ...........................................53Aromatherapy Companion, The ...............51At Knit’s End ..............................................40Backyard Birdhouse Book, The ............... 54Backyard Bird-Lover’s Guide, The .............54Backyard Lumberjack, The ........................76Barnyard Games & Puzzles .......................58Barnyard in Your Backyard .......................70Barnyard Read-and-PlaySticker Book, The .................................58Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game ....69Basics of Western Riding, The ...................65Beading Answer Book, The .......................13Be Your Own House Contractor ...............73Becoming an Effective Rider .....................60Beekeeping ...............................................56Beginning English Exercises .....................66Beginning Western Exercises ...................66Beyond-the-Square Crochet Motifs ..........17Big Book of Preservingthe Harvest, The ..................................26Birdfeeders, Shelters & Baths ...................54Birdhouses ................................................54Blacksmith’s Craft, The .............................76Blissful Bathtimes .....................................53Bonsai Survival Manual .............................34Braiding Manes & Tails ..............................62Brew Chem 101 ........................................29Brew Ware .................................................29Brewing Made Easy ..................................29Build a Classic Timber-Framed House ......73Build Your Own Low-Cost Log Home........74Building a Healthy Lawn ...........................32Building Small Barns, Sheds & Shelters ....72Building Stone Walls ..................................75Building with Stone ...................................75Bulbs in the Basement,Geraniums on the Windowsill .............16Busy Person’s Guide toPreserving Food, The ...........................26By Candlelight ...........................................53Candlemaker’s Companion, The ............. 46Caring for Perennials ................................35Carrots Love Tomatoes .............................32Cat Behavior Answer Book, The ...............57Catfish Ponds & Lily Pads .........................38Celebration of Motherhood, A ..................53Cellaring Wine ...........................................30Chai ...........................................................28Cherry Hill's Horsekeeping Almanac ........61Chicken Coops ..........................................72Chicken Health Handbook, The ................71Christmas Trees ........................................39Cider ..........................................................27City Gardener’s Handbook, The ................34Classic Hewn-Log House, The ...................76Classic Zucchini Cookbook, The ...............25Cleaning Plain & Simple ............................49CloneBrews ...............................................30Coffee Time ...............................................29Cold-Climate Gardening ............................36College Cookbook, The .............................27Colorful Stitchery ......................................43Competing in Western Shows & Events ...65Complete CompostGardening Guide, The ..........................33Complete HouseplantSurvival Manual, The ...........................34Cookie Craft ..............................................25Cordials from Your Kitchen .......................26Corn ...........................................................27Country Tea Parties ...................................28Covering Ground .......................................31Creating an Herbal Bodycare Business ....53Creating Bonsai Landscapes ....................34Creating Fairy Garden Fragrances ............45Crochet Answer Book, The .......................42Crochet Bags!............................................44Crochet Hats! ............................................44Crochet Scarves! .......................................44Dave Miller’s Homebrewing Guide ......... 29Daylilies .....................................................35Deckscaping ..............................................37Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden ............36Designing Your Gardensand Landscapes...................................36Dishing Up Maine ......................................27Dishing Up Vermont ...................................4Dock Manual, The .....................................74Dog Behavior Answer Book, The ..............57Donkey Companion, The ..........................18Don’t Throw It, Grow It ...............................6Donut Book, The ........................................25Dorm Room Feng Shui ..............................48Down & Dirty! ............................................34Drawn to Nature ......................................55Dream Cottages ........................................73Dream Horses: A Poster Book ..................59Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Cat Care ..........56Dr. Kidd’s Guide to Herbal Dog Care .........56Easy-Gaited Horses ................................. 65Equipping Your Horse Farm ......................61Essential Guide to Calving ........................70Essential Oils Book, The ............................52Every Woman’s Quick & Easy Car Care ....48Everything You Never LearnedAbout Birds ..........................................54Eye See You: A Poster Book ......................59Facelift at Your Fingertips ....................... 51Fallscaping ................................................37Family Butterfly Book, The ........................56Family Cow, The ........................................70Felt It! ........................................................43Fence Bible, The ........................................73Fences for Pasture & Garden ...................72Feng Shui...................................................48Feng Shui Dos & Taboos ...........................48Feng Shui Tips for a Better Life .................48Fish Grilled & Smoked ...............................27Fix, Freeze, Feast ......................................24Floorcloth Magic .......................................46Flower Gardener’s Bible, The ....................31Foaling Primer, The ...................................64Foliage .......................................................35From Vines to Wines .................................30Fruits and Berriesfor the Home Garden ..........................39Games on Horseback .............................. 64Garden Stone ............................................37Gardener’s A–Z Guide to GrowingFlowers from Seed to Bloom, The ......35Gardener’s A–Z Guide to GrowingOrganic Food, The ...............................33Gardener’s Bug Book, The ........................36Gardener’s Guideto Plant Diseases, The .........................39Gardener’s Weed Book, The......................36Gel Candles ...............................................46Getting Started with Beef & Dairy Cattle..70Getting the Most from Riding Lessons .....65Getting Your First Horse............................65Grasses ......................................................35Grass-Fed Cattle .......................................70Great Outdoors Games & Puzzles, The.....58Growing & Using Herbs Successfully........38Growing 101 Herbs That Heal ...................38Growing Your Herb Business ....................38Guide to Canning, Freezing, Curing& Smoking Meat, Fish & Game, A .......28Handcrafted Letter, The .......................... 47Hand-Feeding Backyard Birds ..................54Happy Cat, Happy You ..............................15Happy Dog, Happy You..............................14Hardy Succulents ......................................35“Have-More” Plan, The ..............................73Healing Tonics ...........................................28Healthy Bones & Joints .............................52Healthy College Cookbook, The ................27Herb Gardener, The ...................................38Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends ..................28Herbal Antibiotics ......................................52Herbal Home Remedy Book, The ..............53Herbal Home Spa, The ..............................52Herbal Remedies for Children’s Health ....52Herbal Remedy Gardens ...........................38Herbal Tea Gardens ...................................38Herbal Teas ................................................28Herbal Vinegar ...........................................28Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver ..........52Herbs for Natural Beauty ..........................52Hiking Companion, The .............................55Hive Management .....................................56Home Cheese Making ...............................24Home Creamery, The ................................11Home Plan Doctor .....................................73Home Sausage Making .............................24Home Water Supply, The ...........................72Home Winemaker’s Companion, The .......30Homebrew Favorites ................................29Homebrewer's Answer Book, The ............30Homebrewer’s Garden, The ......................29HomeMade ................................................76Homemade Root Beer, Soda & Pop ..........26Homeowner’s Complete Tree & ShrubHandbook, The.....................................31Hooked on Crochet ...................................42Horse Behavior Problem Solver, The ........63Horse Breeds of North America ...............60Horse Breeds Poster Book, The ................59Horse Care for Kids ...................................67Horse Conformation Handbook, The ........63Horse Doctor Is In, The ..............................64Horse Farm Read-and-Play Sticker Book,The .......................................................58Horse Games & Puzzles ............................58Horse Handling & Grooming .....................60Horse Health Care .....................................60Horse Sense ..............................................64Horse Showing for Kids ............................67Horse Training Problem Solver, The ..........63Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage............61Horses & Friends Poster Book ..................59Horses in Action! .......................................59Horsin’ Around Card Games .....................58Hot Tubs, Saunas & Steam Baths ..............74How to Build Animal Housing ...................72How to Build Paths,Steps & Footbridges ............................73How to Build SmallBarns & Outbuildings...........................72How to Build Your Own Greenhouse ........36How to Feel Fabulous Today! ....................50How to Keep a Dream Journal ..................53How to Sleep Soundly Tonight ..................50How to Think Like a Horse ........................61Humane Livestock Handling .....................12Incense ..................................................... 53Incredible Vegetables fromSelf-Watering Containers ....................33Intermediate English Exercises ................66


78IndexIntermediate Western Exercises...............66Joy of Gardening ...................................... 38Jump! .........................................................58Jumping for Kids ........................................67Just in Case . . . .........................................20Kayak Companion, The ........................... 55Keep Chickens! .........................................71Keeping a Nature Journal ..........................55Keeping Fitness Simple .............................55Keeping Life Simple ...................................50Keeping Livestock Healthy ........................69Keeping the Harvest..................................26Kids’ Building Workshop, The ....................74Kitten Owner’s Manual, The .....................57Knit & Crochet Ponchos, Wraps,Capes & Shrugs ...................................44Knit Baby Blankets! ...................................42Knit Baby Head & Toes! .............................42Knit Christmas Stockings! .........................43Knit Hats! ...................................................42Knit Mittens! ..............................................42Knit One, Felt Too ......................................43Knit Scarves! .............................................43Knit Socks! ................................................43Knitting Answer Book, The ........................42Knitting Loves Crochet ..............................42Knitting Rules! ...........................................40Kristin Knits ...............................................43Lawn & Garden Owner’s Manual, The..... 32Leave-No-CrumbsCamping Cookbook, The .....................27Let It Rot! ...................................................32Let’s Get Together ......................................9Life Cycles of Butterflies, The ..................56Lift Me Up / Calm Me Down .....................50Little Book of Flowers, A ...........................53Livestock Guardians ..................................69Low-Cost Pole Building Construction .......74Mailboxes ............................................... 46Making & Using Dried Foods ....................28Making AromatherapyCreams & Lotions ................................51Making Bent Willow Furniture ..................47Making Bentwood Trellises,Arbors, Gates & Fences .......................47Making Felted Friends ..............................45Making Herbal Dream Pillows ..................45Making Music ............................................45Making Natural Liquid Soaps ....................46Making Rag Rugs .......................................44Making Transparent Soap .........................46Making Wild Wines & Meads ....................26Making Your Small Farm Profitable ..........39Maple Syrup Cookbook .............................28Maxine: Yelling It Like It Is .........................50Melt & Mold Soap Crafting .......................46Milk-Based Soaps ......................................46Mindful Moments for Stressful Days ........53Modular Home, The ...................................73Mom’s Best Crowd-Pleasers ....................24Mom’s Best Desserts ................................24Mom’s Best One-Dish Suppers .................24Monte Burch’s Pole Building Projects ......74More Homebrew Favorites .......................29Mulch It! ....................................................32Munchies ...................................................24Natural BabyCare .................................... 52Natural Foot Care......................................51Natural Soap Book, The ............................46Natural Stonescapes .................................37Naturally Clean Home, The .......................48Naturally Healthy Hair ...............................51Naturally Healthy Skin ...............................51Nature Journal ...........................................55Nature Printing ..........................................47Nature’s Art Box ........................................45Never Knit Your Man a Sweater*(*unless you’ve got the ring!) .............41New Compact House Designs ..................75New England ClamShack Cookbook, The ............................8New Woodburner’s Handbook, The ..........74North American CloneBrews ....................30One-Minute CleanerPlain & Simple, The............................... 49One-Minute OrganizerPlain & Simple, The ..............................49One-Skein Wonders ..................................41Organic Body Care Recipes ......................51Organic Lawn Care Manual, The ...............32Organizing Plain & Simple .........................49Outdoor Shower, The ................................74Outdoor Stonework ..................................38Outdoor Water Features ...........................38Outdoor Woodwork ..................................38Oxen ..........................................................69Pamper Yourself (Series) ......................... 53Paper Illuminated ......................................47Papermaker’s Companion, The.................47Papermaking with Garden Plants &Common Weeds ..................................47Peaches and Other Juicy Fruits ................25Perennial Gardener’sDesign Primer, The ..............................31Perfect Pumpkin, The ................................39Perfumes, Splashes & Colognes ...............52Petting Farm Poster Book, The .................59Pickles & Relishes .....................................26Picnic .........................................................25Pocketful of Poultry ..................................71Pony Play Games & Puzzles .....................10Poolscaping ...............................................37Practical Guide toContainer Gardening, The ...................34Pruning Made Easy ...................................39Pumpkin, A Super Food forAll 12 Months of the Year ....................24Puppy Owner’s Manual, The .....................57Raising a Calf for Beef ............................. 70Raising Animals by the Moon ...................71Raising a Team Player ...............................55Raptor!.......................................................54Real Food for Cats.....................................57Real Food for Dogs ....................................57Recycled Crafts Box ..................................45Renovating Barns,Sheds & Outbuildings ..........................72Ride the Right Horse .................................64Rider’s Fitness Program, The ....................63Rider’s Problem Solver, The ......................63Riding for Kids ...........................................67Root Cellaring ............................................28Rosemary Gladstar’s Family Herbal ..........52Roses Love Garlic ......................................32Rustic Birdhouses and Feeders ................54Rustic Retreats ..........................................75Safe Horse Safe Rider.............................. 63Saving Seeds .............................................38Scarecrows ...............................................45Sea Life Games & Puzzles .........................58Seascape Gardening .................................37Secret Life of Beer!, The ............................29Secrets of Plant Propagation ....................36Secrets to Great Soil .................................39Seed Sowing and Saving ...........................39Serving Up the Harvest .............................26Sew & Stow .................................................7Sew What! Fleece .....................................44Sew What! Skirts .......................................44Shady Retreats ..........................................35Shell Chic...................................................47Simple Fountains ......................................47Simple Ways to Energize...........................53Simple Ways to Relax ................................53Sleep Well Tonight .....................................53Small-Scale Livestock Farming .................69Snowshoe Experience, The .......................55Soapmaker’s Companion, The ..................46Soul Support Book, The.............................50Spa of Your Own, A ...................................53Stable Smarts ............................................64Stablekeeping ...........................................60Stampede! .................................................58Starting & RunningYour Own Horse Business ...................64Starting & RunningYour Own Small Farm Business ..........69Step-by-Step Outdoor Stonework ............75Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off ..........40Stone Primer .............................................75Stonescaping.............................................37Stonework .................................................75Storey's Barn Guide toHorse Handling and Grooming ............62Storey’s Barn Guide toHorse Health Care + First Aid .............62Storey’s Barn Guide to Sheep ...................71Storey’s Basic Country Skills ....................75Storey’s Guide to Feeding Horses ............62Storey’s Guide to Raising Beef Cattle .......68Storey’s Guide to Raising Chickens ..........68Storey’s Guide to Raising Dairy Goats ......68Storey’s Guide to Raising Ducks ...............68Storey’s Guide to Raising Horses ..............62Storey’s Guide to Raising Llamas .............68Storey’s Guide to Raising Meat Goats ......68Storey’s Guide to Raising Pigs ..................68Storey’s Guide to Raising Poultry .............68Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits .............68Storey’s Guide to Raising Sheep ...............68Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys .............68Storey’s Guide to Training Horses .............62Storey’s Horse-Lover’s Encyclopedia .......64Storey’s Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep,Goats, Cattle, and Pigs ........................19Storey’s Illustrated Guide to 96 HorseBreeds of North America ....................60Storey’s Illustrated Guide toPoultry Breeds .....................................71Successful Small-Scale Farming ...............39Tabletop Gardens .................................... 34Taking Time for Friends .............................53Taking Time for Tea ...................................28Taking Time for Tea (Pamper Yourself) .....53Taking Up Riding as an Adult ....................65Tan Your Hide! ...........................................70Tea with Friends ........................................28Teaching Safe Horsemanship ...................64Things I learned From Knitting(Whether I Wanted to or Not) ................3Timber Frame Construction......................73Tips for the Lazy Gardener........................38Tips for the Savvy Traveler ........................48Tomato Festival Cookbook, The ................25Trail Riding .................................................65Trailering Your Horse .................................60Unclutter Your Home .............................. 49Unclutter Your Mind ..................................49Under the Sea Poster Book ......................59Uniquely Felt .............................................45USDF Guide to Dressage, The ...................65Vegetable Gardener’s Bible, The ............. 33Veggie Gardener's Answer Book, The ........2Wabi Sabi ................................................ 48Watering Systems for Lawn & Garden .....32Waterscaping ............................................37Weather! ....................................................56Weather-Resilient Garden, The .................36Western Practice Lessons ........................65What Color Is Your Swimming Pool? ........74What’s That Bird? ......................................54Wild Animals of North America:A Poster Book ......................................59Wild Moments ...........................................56Wild Turkeys ..............................................71Window Boxes ..........................................34Winemaker’s Answer Book, The ...............30Woman’s Hands-OnHome Repair Guide, The ......................48


Index79Woodstove Cookery ..................................28WoodsWalk................................................56Your Calf .................................................. 67Your Chickens ...........................................67Your Goats .................................................67Your Guinea Pig .........................................67Your Horse ................................................63Your Pony, Your Horse...............................67Your Puppy, Your Dog ................................67Your Rabbit ................................................67Your Sheep ................................................67authorsAdkins, Dorcas ........................................ 47Allen, Linda ................................................66Art, Henry W. .............................................56Aubrey, Sarah Beth ...................................69Baldwin, Edward A. ................................ 54Ballou, Jec Aristotle ...................................66Barteau, Yvonne ........................................64Belanger, Jerry ...........................................68Beneke, Jeff ...............................................73Bennett, Bob .............................................68Bennett, Steven.........................................64Bennett-Talbot, Betty ................................64Berry, Susan ..............................................34Bethmann, Laura Donnelly .......................47Birutta, Gale ..............................................68Bonney, Richard E. ...................................56Booth, Nancy M. .......................................52Bradley, Steve ............................................34Braren, Ken ................................................76Breedlove, Greta .......................................52Bridgewater, Alan and Gill .........................38Brown, Kathleen........................................28Bryant, Jennifer O. .....................................65Bubel, Mike and Nancy .............................28Buhner, Stephen Harrod ...........................52Burch, Monte ..................................... 72, 74Burns, Deborah .................................. 48, 64Burns, Max ................................................74Burris, Judy ................................................56Bushway, Stephen .....................................74Byers, Dorie ...............................................38Cameron, Brenda and Brian ................... 47Camp, Carole Ann .....................................44Campbell, Frederick C. ..............................37Campbell, Stu ..................................... 32, 72Carroll, Ricki ..............................................24Cavitch, Susan Miller ................................46Chadwick, Janet ........................................26Chapple, Judy ............................................63Chesman, Andrea ........................ 24, 25, 26Chioffi, Nancy ............................................26Choiniere, Joseph ......................................54Choy, Howard ............................................48Cohen, Stephanie ............................... 31, 37Conroy, Drew.............................................69Cooper, Jane ..............................................28Costenbader, Carol W. ...............................26Cousin, Pierre Jean ...................................51Cox, Jeff .....................................................30Cramer, James ...........................................34Cresswell, Stephen ...................................26Crowe, Alison ............................................30Curran, Wanda L. ......................................67Damerow, Gail .........39, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72Davis-Hollander, Lawrence .......................25Dawson, Jan ..............................................64Delicata, Frank ..........................................54Delmar, Diana ..................................... 57, 65Delmonte, Patti .........................................57Denckla, Tanya L.K. ..................................33DenHartog, Francesca...............................44Dennis, Dianna R. .............................. 63, 66Dodt, Colleen K. ........................................52Dohner, Jan ................................................69Dojny, Brooke ........................................8, 27Donahue, Margaret M. ..............................48Dubé, Richard L. .......................................37Durant, Judith ............................................41Durston, Diane ..........................................48Dutson, Judith .................................... 60, 65Eames, Alan D. ......................................... 29Eastman, Wilbur F., Jr. ...............................28Eckman, Edie ...................................... 42, 44Edwards, Victoria H. .......................... 51, 53Ee, Su Chin ................................................34Ekarius, Carol .................. 19, 68, 69, 71, 72Ellis, Barbara W. ........................2, 31, 35, 37Engler, Nick................................................72Erler, Catriona Tudor .................................37Failor, Catherine....................................... 46Farrell-Kingsley, Kathy ...............................11Fierro, Ethan ..............................................74Fisher, Joe and Dennis ..............................29Franklin, Stuart ..........................................32Fryer, Janice...............................................25Gannon, Linda ......................................... 45Garnett, Larry W.........................................73Gelfand, Dale Evva ....................................53Gianino, Andrew ........................................73Gillett, Michelle .........................................53Gladstar, Rosemary ...................................52Glattstein, Judy ..........................................37Glickman, Joe ............................................55Golding, Claire Mowbray ...........................54Gover, Tzivia ..............................................53Graham, Lindsay .......................................58Grandin, Temple ........................................12Greenspan, Rick ........................................27Griffith, Roger ............................................76Gulling, Rich...............................................26Haas, Jessie ............................................. 63Haedrich, Ken ............................................28Halloran, Ed ...............................................30Halpin, Anne ..............................................37Hansen, Robin ...........................................42Hard, Roger ...............................................74Harrington, Geri .........................................27Harrison, Kathy ..........................................20Hart, Rhonda Massingham .......................36Hartung, Tammi .........................................38Haynes, N. Bruce, DVM .............................69Heldmann, Carl .........................................73Heller, Barbara L. ................................ 50, 53Henwood, Belinda .....................................48Herrick, Lyn ...............................................48Hiebert, Helen ...........................................47Hill, Cherry ..............................60, 61, 66, 67Hill, Lewis ........................................... 36, 39Hill, Lewis and Nancy ................... 31, 32, 35Hobson, Phyllis ................................... 28, 70Hoffmann, David .......................................52Holderread, Dave ......................................68Hovanec, Helene .......................... 10, 29, 58Hubbard, Clare ..........................................44Jacobs, Betty E.M. .................................... 38Jahiel, Jessica ............................................63Janson, Lee W., Ph.D. .................................29Janssen, Mary Beth ...................................51Jensen, Candi ............................... 42, 43, 44Jessop, Carol .............................................44Jeswald, Peter ...........................................73Johnson, Dean ...........................................34Jordan, Marynor ........................................25Juris, Paul M. ............................................63Kachur, Bridget ........................................ 48Kahn, Hal ...................................................27Kelaidis, Gwen ...........................................35Kelley, Brent, DVM .....................................64Kennedy, David Daniel ..............................48Kidd, Randy, DVM, Ph.D. ............................56Kilarski, Barbara ........................................71Kimball, Cheryl ..........................................67Klimesh, Richard .......................................61Klober, Kelly ...............................................68Knight, Elizabeth .......................................28Koffman, Deb ............................................50Langrish, Bob.............................................59Langstaff, John ..........................................45Laubach, René and Christyna M. .............54Lawrence, Mike .........................................75Lazzara, Margó Valentine ..........................53Leslie, Clare Walker ...................................55Levine, Karen .............................................50Lewis, Ashton ............................................30Lewis, Charni .............................................62Lewis, Colin ...............................................34Littlefield, Cindy A. ....................................58Long, Jim ............................................ 45, 47Lutzen, Karl F. ...........................................29Macher, Ron ........................................... 39MacCrellish, Elizabeth ...............................48Macunovich, Janet ............................. 35, 36Mahnken, Jan ............................................54Maine, Sandy .............................................53Mair, Lisa Curry .........................................46Makela, Casey ...........................................46Manikowski, John ......................................27Marcin, Marietta Marshall .........................38Maria, Donna .............................................51Marshall, Marlene Hurley ..........................47Marshall, Roger .........................................36Martin, Deborah L. ....................................33Martin, Laura C. ........................................45Maurer-Mathison, Diane ...........................47McCarthy, Betsy ........................................43McClure, Susan .........................................38McCreary, Rosemary .................................34


80IndexMcCully, John J. ........................................63McDonald, Mary Ashby .............................64McFarland, Cynthia ...................................64McGhee, Colin ...........................................54McGowan, Alice. .......................................16McGowan, Brian. .......................................16McKenzie, James W. ..................................48McRaven, Charles .....................................75Mead, Gretchen ........................................26Medeiros, Tracey .........................................4Mercia, Leonard S. ....................................68Merrell, Patrick ............................. 10, 29, 58Mettler, John J., Jr., DVM ............... 64, 69, 71Metz, Don ..................................................75Mikula, Rick ...............................................56Miller, Dave ................................................29Moore, Arden ............................... 14, 15, 57Morgan-Oakes, Melissa.............................41Morris, Karen .............................................13Neville, Kati.............................................. 24Nicholas, Kristin ........................................43Nichols, Lew ..............................................27Nimetz, Alexandra .....................................27Novak, G.E. ................................................46Olaksen, Katherine .................................. 48Ondra, Nancy J. ........................... 31, 35, 37Oppenheimer, Betty ..............................7, 46Oster, Maggie ............................................28O’Sullivan, Penelope .................................31Pace, Maggie ........................................... 43Pangman, Judy ..........................................72Pearl, Sue ..................................................45Pearl-McPhee, Stephanie ......................3, 40Peary, Danny ............................................55Peery, Susan Mahnke ................................24Peterson, Deborah ......................................6Peterson, Valerie .......................................25Philbrick, Frank and Stephen ....................76Pleasant, Barbara ............ 33, 34, 36, 37, 39Poe, Rhonda Hart ......................................65Pollak, Jeanine ...........................................28Pomeranz, Lynne.......................................60Powell, Eileen ............................................35Proulx, Annie .............................................27Raboff, Fran ............................................. 24Radcliffe, Margaret ....................................42Ralston, Nancy C. ......................................25Ramuz, Mark .............................................54Raymond, Dick ..........................................38Reavis, Charles G. .....................................24Reppert, Bertha .........................................38Richards, Wayne ........................................56Richter, Judy ..............................................67Riotte, Louise ................................ 32, 38, 71Robbins, Michael W. .......................... 55, 56Roberts, Kevin Telles .................................24Robertson, J. Craig and Barbara................74Robinson, Ed and Carolyn .........................73Rogers, Marc .............................................38Romm, Aviva and Tracy .............................52Rosen, Diana ...................................... 28, 53Roth, Charles E. ........................................55Ruechel, Julius ..........................................70Rupp, Rebecca ................................... 54, 56Rushing, Felder .........................................45Russell, Scott R. ........................................30Salsbury, D.L. ........................................... 67Sanderfoot, Alan E. ...................................74Sayer, Maggie ............................................68Schroeder, Roger .......................................73Schwenke, Karl ..........................................39Searle, Nancy ............................................67Sekora, Chaila ...........................................44Sheehy, Harry ............................................55Shimer, Porter ...........................................55Siegel-Maier, Karyn ...................................48Simmons, Paula .................................. 67, 68Smallin, Donna ..........................................49Smith, Charles W.G. ........................... 36, 54Smith, Edward C. ......................................33Smith, Mike ...............................................65Sobon, Jack A. ..........................................73Spaziani, Gene ...........................................30Stanley, Jason ............................................27Starr, Emeline ............................................27Steege, Gwen ............................... 25, 42, 43Steinberg, Sally Levitt................................25Stell, Elizabeth P. ......................................39Stevens, Mark............................................29Stiles, David and Jeanie .............................75Storer, Pat ..................................................67Storey, John and Martha ...........................75Storey, Martha ...........................................28Stovel, DeeDee ............................... 9, 24, 25Strickland, Charlene ..................................65Stuckey, Maggie ........................................28Szamatulski, Tess and Mark ......................30Taylor, Kathleen ....................................... 43Thomas, Heather Smith .............................................................62, 63, 64, 67, 68, 70Tilgner, Linda .............................................38Tkacsik, Lindsay ........................................24Tourles, Stephanie ........................ 50, 51, 53Tredway, Catherine ...................................73Tukey, Paul .................................................32Turner, Carole B. .......................................39Van Loon, Dirk ......................................... 70Vargas, Pattie ............................................26Vivian, John ...............................................75Wakefield, Pam ........................................ 9Wald, Christina ..........................................58Walter, Claire .............................................55Ward, Lesley ..............................................67Wardwell, Joyce A. ...................................53Weaver, Sue ..............................................18Westerman, C. Kaila ..................................46White, Christine .........................................45Whitner, Jan Kowalczewski .......................37Wiberg, Hugh .............................................54Williams, Ted ..............................................56Wiseman, Ann Sayre .................................45Wolfe, Ralph ..............................................74Wong, Angi Ma ..........................................48Woodier, Olwen .................................. 25, 27Woodson, R. Dodge ...................................32Worth, Melyni ............................................62Yang, Linda .............................................. 34Zachos, Ellen ............................................ 34Ziegler, Lee ................................................65


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