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Michelle CH

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Death Comes for the Archbishop
Willa Cather
Progress: 200/297 pages
A.S. Byatt
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Plenty: One Man, One Woman, and a Raucous Year of Eating Locally
Alisa Smith, J.B. MacKinnon
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The Family Kitchen Garden: How to Plant, Grow & Cook Together - Karen Liebreich, Jutta Wagner, Annette Wendland This is a great beginner gardening book. I definitely fit into that category so I oohed and ahhed over all the pictures and ideas. I love month by month planning which this included. Right now I am just learning so any book that has a list is for me.

There isn't a lot of depth but that is ok for me as a beginner gardener, at this point I like to get the highlights of what I should be doing and not feel overwhelmed. As I learn, I can find more information on my own. There isn't a lot on gardening with children so if you are looking for those sort of ideas, you won't find them here.

The pictures add a lot and that probably had a lot to do with my positive feelings. It seems to me that a book on gardening should be rich in photos.

I have put it on my wish list for a book to own in my growing gardening library collection.