How to Have a Green Christmas

Discover 50 Ways to Have an Eco-Friendly Holiday
By Henry Owen

"How to Have a Green Christmas" by Henry Owen is a very thoughtful book full of commonsense and the true spirit of Christmas. The media incites us to “buy stuff” and be materialistic but Christmas is really about love, not only for our family and...

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Story Cookbook

By Jo Ann Bender

Jo Ann Bender's "Story Cookbook" will stimulate your taste buds and have you wanting to plan a trip to the Lazy Bee. Filled with a wide variety of recipes that have a connection with her family ranch, Bender shares her love of cooking, visiting, and...

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365 Ways to Organize Everything

By Emilie Barnes and Sheri Torelli

"365 Ways to Organize Everything" by Emilie Barnes and Sheri Torelli should be on every woman’s shelf to read. In today’s busy world, with women having to work and take care of a family at the same time, running children back and forth to school...

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Growing Up Green

By Charles E. Majuri, PhD

Charles E. Majuri, PhD's Growing up Green: A Simple Gardening Book for Children and Adults is a structured activity book for families to use together. In the author's foreword he mentions that he has noticed through counseling individuals there is a lack of meaningful relationships...

Everything Christmas

By David Bordon and Tom Winters

I enjoy everything about Christmas! The whole season is So much fun...the smells, the excitement, children's laughter, adults happy smiles and the Christmas story of Jesus' birth. So when I received this book, "EVERYTHING Christmas", I eagerly opened the pages to delve into the wonderful...

Manga Cross-Stitch

Make Your Own Graphic Art Needlework
By Helen McCarthy

Manga Cross-Stitch is a exceptional idea. The author, Helen McCarthy has combined Japanese animation and cross-stitching to form a creative art form. I enjoy doing cross-stitch and various other forms of needle work. Using this book I can see the possibility of gifts for several...

99 Ways to Entertain Your Family for Free

By Mack Thomas

Let’s face it kids are expensive!  Have you tried taking 4 children out to eat?  Have you looked at the prices of amusement parks?  There are many things you can do with your children that are free.  Mack Thomas offers suggestions for entertaining on less...

The Fortune Cookie Chronicles

Adventures in the World of Chinese Food
By Jennifer 8 Lee

Well, as a lover of Chinese food, this was an interesting read. Throughout the United States, there are more Chinese Restaurants then there are McDonalds, Burger Kings, and KFC’s combined. Jennifer 8 Lee is an American-Born Chinese who many evenings her mother would send her...

Easy Entertaining for Beginners

You Can Throw a Fabulous Party, from Holiday Fiesta to a Romantic Evening for Two
By Patricia Mendez

Easy Entertaining for Beginners is one of those books that everyone can use. The inexperienced host will appreciate the detailed steps to preparing the meal and the menu which pairs foods that go together. The experienced entertainer will appreciate the great recipes and the way...

A City Girls Guide to the Kitchen

What Every City Girl Needs to Find Her Way Through the Kitchen Cobwebs and Life
By Hillary Lynn Christman and Natalie Christman Uri

Eating every meal at a restaurant is expensive. “City Girls” are short on time and sometimes knowledge when it comes to the kitchen. Hillary Lynn Christman and Natalie Christman Urig share their knowledge and expertise with readers. “Cooking is less expensive and healthier.” Their first...