Monday, January 06, 2014

NonFiction Extravaganza: Digital Shoestring


Knock'em Dead: 2014 by Martin Yate.  "The ultimate job search guide."

Ceramic Tile by Cool Springs Press.  "How to install ceramic tile for your floors, walls, backsplashes, and countertops."

The Can't Cook Book by Jessica Seinfeld.  "100+ recipes for the absolutely terrified!"  Page 28 says, "Onion: How-to."

Woven to Wear by Marilyn Murphy.  "17 thoughtful designs with simple shapes." The model on page 106 seems very happy to be wearing her "Wabi Sabi Jacket".

The Loyal Union Sampler from "Elm Creek Quilts" by Jennifer Chiaverini.  A whole bunch of quilt designs.

The Beginner's Guide to Vegetable Gardening: everything you need to know by Samantha Johnson and Daniel Johnson.  An FFA guide.  The others both live in Northern Wisconsin and, judging by the author photos, may be brother and sister.  Samanthan Johnson has Holland Lop rabbits.  Lop, lop, lop.

Quick and Easy Baby Knits: 21 Cute Comfy Projects by Sarah E. White.  They better be quick and easy if you expect someone with a baby to do the project.

Family Cookbook by Caroline Betherton.  A big book with "over 700 recipes" and lots of color photos.Pge 407 says, "Beat in the vanilla."

Taste of Home: home style cooking by Editor-in-Chief Catherine Cassidy.  Page 303 says, "Pickled Green Beans."  Seriously?

Digital Photography Masterclass by Tom Ang.  I could read this three times and doubt it will help me.  For example:

500 Quilt Blocks by Lynne Goldsworthy and Kerry Green.   A compact book with 288 pages.

Europe on a Shoestring written and edited by Tom Masters, et al.  Page 587 says, "Temple Bar, Dublin's 'party district', is almost always packed with raucous stag (bachelor) and hen (bachelorette) parties, scantily clad girls, and loud guys from Ohio wearing Guinness T-shirts.'

Insider's Guide to Chicago by Elisa Drake.  Page 198 says [something about architecture I won't bother to type.]

Off the Beaten Path: Michigan revised and updated by Jackie Sheckler Finch.  Page 202 says [something about Luce County.]

South America on a Shoestring written and researched by Regis StLouis, et al.Page 357 says, "Crime does exist in Olinda."  Bil Crider seems to have a lot of Peru related posts.

India written and researched by Sarina Singh.  My dad was invited to some math conference in India and they paid his way.  He said it was kind of a weird conference.  Something that was organized and put on to boost the university of institution by saying, "Hey, look at us, we have big-name weirdos - er, I mean mathematicians - coming all the way to India to see us because we are so great."

Warman's U.S. Coin and Currency Filed Guide: 5th Edition by Arlyn G. Siber.  Money.

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