GREAT BOOKS FOR SPRING READING


THE FRESH EGGS DAILY COOKBOOK, Over 100 Fabulous Recipes to Use Eggs in Unexpected Ways by Lisa Steele is all one needs to know about eggs and how to cook and bake them. This book reveals easy and delicious ways to make eggs a staple of every meal. Whether steaming, grilling, frying or baking, the author provides functional techniques to add excitement with fresh eggs into your repertoire every day. Recipes are included from breakfast staples to breads, sandwiches, beverages, snacks, soups, salads, pasta, cakes, pies and condiments. Published by Harper Horizon.

THE TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK by Scott Kelby is a step-by-step guide filled with techniques to help you capture breathtaking travel shots like the pros. Scott holds nothing back in this groundbreaking book that will enable you to take the photos you’ve always dreamed of. He deals with what to shoot and what to skip, lenses and accessories for bets results portraits, lighting, lightroom work, Photoshop, ingredients needed for that specific shot, cell phone cameras, composition and more. Published by Rocky Nook.

THE URBAN GARDEN, 101 Ways to Grow Food and Beauty in the City features inspiring ways city dwellers can creatively grow food, flowers and fun, no matter how much or how little space you have. Authors Kathy Jentz and Teri Speight are inspirational and will help you develop a personal style to create gardens that are functional and productive with dozens of innovative approaches for roof tops, front stoops, balconies, and patios. Their sage advice is sure to result into lush and vibrant reality. Published by Cool Springs Press.

THE REGENERATIVE GARDEN. 80 Practical Projects For Creating A Self-Sustaining Garden Ecosystem by Stephanie Rose will easily help you to become a better, more eco-conscious gardener. It is an inspiring, practical blueprint for those wanting realistic steps to take to turn your garden space into a state of constant self-sustaining regeneration. Six chapters detail soil, water, plants, climate, ethics, and community. Beautifully illustrated. Published by Quarto, http://www.quarto.com.

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