You are on page 1of 104

CATALOG

STOREY
PUBLISHING

Dear Friends
At Storey were always thinking about fresh ways to rediscover the satisfaction
found in longtime favorite activities such as nature observation, cooking, knitting,
and gardening. Were excited to have a selection of Fall 2015 titles that offer new
looks at these topics.
In The Curious Nature Guide (page 5), best-selling author Clare Walker Leslie takes
us on a guided nature walk. Stunning visuals, combined with Leslies distinctive
approach, prompt readers to open their eyes anew to the wonders of the places
where they live, from the plants and animals to the night sky, the cycle of the
seasons, and the shapes of the trees.
Fresh Made Simple (page 6) presents recipes in a unique illustrated style that
reminds us how irresistibly fun it can be to prepare good, simple dishes. For
crafters wanting to spread their creative wings, Lea Redmonds inventive, playful
projects in Knit the Sky (page 8) will provide the perfect wind to lift them high.
Vegetable gardeners love a new challenge, and Blue-Ribbon Vegetable Gardening
(page 16) is just the ticket to get them into the competition.
Whatever our favorite daily activities may be, Joy in Every Moment (page 9) is a
beautiful reminder of the little bits of happiness that are just waiting to be discovered.
Enjoy the discovery!

Deborah Balmuth
Publisher

CONTENTS

FALL 2015 BOOKS

Front & Back Cover Illustrations Olaf Hajek from Joy in Every Moment, Right Photo Michael Piazza Photography from Maple Syrup Cookbook, Right Illustration Lauren Nassef from Knit the Sky

BACKLIST
FOOD & DRINK

28

CRAFTS

40

PETS

50

CHILDREN

51

NATURE

56

GARDENING

58

WELL-BEING

68

FARMING & SUSTAINABLE LIVING

72

ANIMALS

77

HORSES

84

BUILDING

90

HOME

94

TITLE INDEX

96

AUTHOR INDEX

99

ORDERING INFORMATION

Inside Back Cover

NEW RELEASES

Irresistible patterns that can be


made from just one skein of yarn
Best-selling series with 496,500
copies in print
101 original designs for $18.95
equals huge value for crafters
For all levels of knitters, featuring
both quick-and-easy and heirloomworthy projects
Projects are suitable for a range
of ages, from infants to 6-year-olds

One-Skein Wonders for Babies


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
288 pages; 8 x 8
Paper:
$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-480-3
No. 622480
Paperback

AUGUST 2015

Judith Durant

is editor of the best-selling One-Skein


Wonders series, which currently
includes six volumes; author of Increase, Decrease and Knit One, Bead Too;
and co-author with Dorothy T. Ratigan
of Knitting Know-How. Durant has been
knitting for more than 50 years and
writing and editing for 30 years. She
lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-124-6 | No. 622124; SEE PAGE 47

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

One-Skein Wonders for Babies


EDITED BY JUDITH DURANT
With nearly one-half million copies in print, the One-Skein Wonders series has a
winning formula: 101 projects in every book, an inviting variety of styles from many
of the leading names in knitwear design, and all for just $18.95! No other knitting
pattern books offer such incredible value.
The newest addition to the series, One-Skein Wonders for Babies, is an irresistibly
cute collection of projects for outfitting infants, toddlers, and young kids. From soft,
cozy hats to adorable jackets, practical leg warmers, sure-to-become-heirloom
blankets, and huggable stuffed animals and toys, there are projects for every level
of knitter and all weights of yarn. Many can be made in just a day, and of course,
each requires just one skein of yarn.
Judith Durant, lifelong knitter and curator of the One-Skein Wonders series,
draws on her expert eye and wide network of knitting designers to make this the
most extensive and versatile selection of baby knitting patterns ever.

NEW RELEASES

From head to toe and toy to blanket,


101 adorable knitting patterns!

NEW RELEASES

A kids favorite topic is brought


to life with a stand-up castle and
warring armies of knights
Assemble full castle and knights from heavy
cardstock pages at the back of the book
Brings learning and playtime together
as children interpret clues and read
about medieval times
Same engaging format as
Excavate! Dinosaurs (978-1-61212-520-6)
promises to keep kids busy for
hours and makes a perfect gift

Build! A Knights Castle


Full-color; illustrations throughout
64 pages; 8 x 11
Paper with punch-out pages:
$12.95 US / $17.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-651-7
No. 622651
Paperback

8-copy counter display:


$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-716-3
No. 622716
Display

SEPTEMBER 2015

Build! A Knights Castle

Annalie Seaman

is an archaeologist and educator.


She provides educational and experimental courses to children and adults
at the Sussex School of Archaeology.
Passionate about sharing the extraordinary history of humanity with the
next generation, Seaman lives in
Sussex, England.

ANNALIE SEAMAN
Nothing sparks a childs imagination quite like the medieval world of turreted castles
defended by gallant knights!
The interactive book Build! A Knights Castle invites kids ages seven and up to pop
out and assemble a stand-up castle complete with all the battle accoutrements.
Combining learning with play, the text section shows how to think like an archaeologist
by interpreting key clues for excavating the site of a besieged castle and identifying
features such as the siege tower, trebuchet, and attacking and defending armies.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-520-6 | No. 622520; SEE PAGE 53

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

The pop-out pages, printed on heavy cardstock, include all the pieces needed
to reconstruct the castle battle scene. Kids are challenged to figure out the castle
layout, how the pieces of the wall fit together, whats located inside the courtyard,
and how a trebuchet works. With the final setup of the knights on horseback, kids
can bring the action to full life!

NEW RELEASES

Simple prompts for jump-starting


creativity and interaction with the
natural world
Spending time outdoors has proven
physical and mental benefits
Highly photographic, illustrated,
and designed gift book for nature lovers
Best-selling Storey author with
179,000 books in print

The Curious Nature Guide


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
144 pages; 6 x 8
Paper with flaps:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-509-1
No. 622509
Paperback

AUGUST 2015

The Curious Nature Guide

Clare Walker Leslie

is a nationally known wildlife artist,


author, and educator. She has been
connecting people of all ages to
nature using drawing, writing, and
guided observation techniques for
more than 40 years. Her books include
The Nature Connection, Nature Journal,
Keeping a Nature Journal, and Drawn to
Nature. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Granville, Vermont.

CLARE WALKER LESLIE


As health experts regularly remind us, stepping away from the screen and getting
outdoors is important both to mental health and to finding our sense of place in
the world. But how do we begin to see anew the things in our natural environment
that we habitually overlook?
In The Curious Nature Guide, best-selling author and naturalist Clare Walker Leslie
uses simple prompts, intriguing facts, and a combination of her own distinctive
nature drawings with stunning photographs to explore the features of the natural
world that can be seen right beyond any doorstep, from rural to urban. Like a
curious treasure map, every page invites the reader to focus on a particular aspect
of nature, from plants and animals to birds, sky, and geography.
For over 40 years Leslie has traveled the world teaching the art of nature
observation to people of all ages. The Curious Nature Guide makes her unique
guidance available to burgeoning nature lovers everywhere.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-58017-493-0 | No. 67493; SEE PAGE 57

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

NEW RELEASES

Unique illustrated approach to


making cooking fun for all levels
of cooks
75 recipes give the simplest, freshest
ingredients a gourmet spin
Delicious light meals and snacks
that also happen to be vegetarian
Gorgeous hardcover gift package
with hand-painted illustrated recipes
Organized by preparation style and
texture: smooth, chunky, tossed,
stacked, sliced, and scrambled

Fresh Made Simple


Full-color; illustrations throughout
192 pages; 8 x 8
Hardcover:
$18.00 US / $24.00 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-608-1
No. 622608
5-copy counter display:
$90.00 US / $120.00 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-714-9
No. 622714
Hardcover

Display

SEPTEMBER 2015

Fresh Made Simple

Lauren K. Stein

is a former journalist for Reuters who


has written for the Boston Globe, Boston
Magazine, and the website Eat Boutique. Stein spends a lot of time in the
kitchen with her young daughter, an
experience that inspired these recipes.
She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

LAUREN K. STEIN
ILLUSTRATED BY KATIE EBERTS
Cooking is an art, but it doesnt have to be difficult.
Learning how to build around a few fresh, delicious
ingredients with full-page illustrations showing the
way makes kitchen time easy and fun.

Illustrator Katie Eberts

is a graduate of the University of


Michigan Stamps School of Art &
Design. Her illustrations have appeared
in numerous food magazines and blogs
and can be seen at katieeberts.com.
She lives in Hessel, Michigan.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-051-5 | No. 622051; SEE PAGE 32

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

With its innovative, visual approach to casual cooking, Fresh Made Simple is both
inviting to beginners and inspiring to good cooks. Seventy-five recipes give the
simplest, freshest ingredients a gourmet spin. An avocado, seasoned with lime and
salt, elevates a fried egg on toast. Fresh-picked blueberries combined with steamed
corn add sweetness and texture to Bisquick pancakes. Crisp Bibb lettuce becomes
a salad cup of cucumber, tomato, red onion, feta, and angel hair pasta. Snacks, drinks,
meals, and desserts are all represented in this creative collection thats organized
by preparation technique from stacked and sliced to tossed and scrambled.
With its playful full-motion illustrations, Fresh Made Simple shows how to bring
delicious tastes to any table with ease and elegance!

NEW RELEASES

Delightful illustrations capture cooking in action!

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

NEW RELEASES

A complete creativity starter kit


for any knitter looking for a fresh
approach to the craft
Like journaling with knitting needles,
this unique approach invites knitters to
find inspiration in the world around them
Each finished project is a one-of-a-kind
piece that tells a story about the knitters
life experience
A beautifully illustrated, thoughtful
gift for knitters of all levels

Knit the Sky


Full-color; illustrations throughout
168 pages; 7 x 8
Hardcover:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-333-2
No. 622333
Hardcover

5-copy counter display:


$99.75 US / $134.75 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-722-4
No. 622722
Display

AUGUST 2015

Knit the Sky

Lea Redmond

is an artist based in Oakland, California, who has created art, books, and
participatory projects that invite
people to experience life in playful,
thoughtful new ways. She is the creator of the Worlds Smallest Post
Service, an art project that has
charmed thousands, and the founder
of Leafcutter Designs, a creative
studio in Berkeley, California.

LEA REDMOND
For many knitters, its the process, not the final product, that they love the most
the wondrous transformation of yarn into fabric, rendered with their own hands.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-58017-645-3 | No. 67645; SEE PAGE 40

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

In Knit the Sky, designer/artist Lea Redmond invites knitters of all levels to join her
adventurous knitting journey with projects that will send you out into the world
and deep within your heart with surprising results. Stock your knitting basket
with shades of blue, she suggests, then study the sky each day and add a stripe of
that days color to your scarf. When finished, youll have a visual weather report!
Or gather yarn the colors of the subway line and make your scarf a record of your
travel route. Make a pencil skirt using pencils as needles!
More than a knitting book, Knit the Sky is a unique collection of 30 creativity starters,
accompanied by whimsical illustrations, that is sure to appeal to crafters and
journal keepers as well as curious knitters.

NEW RELEASES

An inspiring collection of simple


ways to find more enjoyment
in daily routines
Mindfulness is proven to lower stress
and anxiety and improve both mental
and physical health
Life coach in a book: author is a
professional educator who leads
workshops and retreats
Beautifully illustrated gift book
for busy people and those needing
a pick-me-up
Full-color original paintings by noted
artist and illustrator Olaf Hajek
Ideal for New Year, New You promotions

Joy in Every Moment


Two-color with 10 full-color illustrated inserts;
illustrations throughout
244 pages; 6 x 7
Paper with flaps:
$12.95 US / $17.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-511-4
No. 622511

Paperback

Display

5-copy counter display:


$64.75 US / $89.75 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-718-7
No. 622718

DECEMBER 2015

Joy in Every Moment

Tzivia Gover

is an author, an educator, and a


creative, curious, and dedicated
dreamer. She facilitates self-growth
and awareness through her workshops and retreats on writing, dreamwork, and mindfulness. She is an
active member of the International
Association for the Study of Dreams
and the founder of 350 Dreamers, an
international network of people who
dream together for global healing.

TZIVIA GOVER
What if happiness is already here, in this moment, just waiting to be discovered?
Thats the message of Tzivia Gover, author of Joy in Every Moment.
In this exquisitely designed inspirational book, Gover offers a treasury of creative,
doable ways to uncover little bits of joy in the course of daily routines. Whether its
brushing your teeth or making the days to-do list, running errands, preparing
dinner, or stopping at a tollbooth on the drive home every moment offers an
opportunity for uncovering happiness. It can be as simple as pausing mindfully the
next time you hit the SHIFT key: Let it be a reminder to shift into a joyful attitude.
With short, accessible essays accompanied by practical exercises and the art of
internationally noted illustrator Olaf Hajek, Joy in Every Moment is a perfect gift for
those who want to increase their daily quotient of joy.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-58017-331-5 | No. 67331; SEE PAGE 70

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

10

NEW RELEASES

Weaving is on trend, with one major


loom manufacturer reporting a
30 percent growth in rigid-heddle
loom sales over the past two years
Rigid-heddle looms are a low-investment,
portable way to start weaving, and
they require little space compared to
large floor looms
The essential handbook to unlock
this small looms full potential
Step-by-step photographs, innovative
techniques, and contemporary projects

Weaving Large on a Little Loom


Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout
352 pages; 8 x 10
Paper:
$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60342-972-6
No. 62972
Paperback

SEPTEMBER 2015

Weaving Large on a Little Loom

Syne Mitchell

teaches rigid-heddle weaving nationwide at conferences and private


workshops. She is the host of WeaveCast, an online radio show that airs
interviews from weavers and other
artists from around the world. For
several years, she published WeaveZine, an online magazine of weaving
articles and instruction.

SYNE MITCHELL
From knitting and crocheting to spinning and weaving, fibers crafters love to explore
new ways to create with fiber and yarn. For aspiring weavers the initial investment
in a full-size floor loom can be intimidating, but the tabletop-size rigid-heddle loom
offers an easier way into the craft.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-60342-738-8 | No. 62738; SEE PAGE 44

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Weaving Large on a Little Loom explores the full potential of the rigid-heddle with a
surprisingly broad array of techniques and projects. Step-by-step photography
leads readers through the warping and setup process. Beginning projects explore a
variety of weave structures, including finger-manipulated laces, tapestry, and color
play with stripes, plaids, and multicolor yarns. Then the exploration begins, with
instructions for adding heddles to expand the design possibilities. From pillows and
curtains to bags, shawls, and even jewelry, the projects showcase a broad range of
textural effects and materials, including silky threads, rayon chenille, and even wire.
Weaving Large on a Little Loom is the most complete guide ever on the rigidheddle loom.

NEW RELEASES

11

The definitive guide to knitting


with more than one color
Critically acclaimed hardcover
edition has 36,300 copies in print
(2008, 978-1-60342-040-2)

NOW in

Paperback

Margaret Radcliffe is a best-selling


and beloved Storey author with
343,300 copies in print

The Essential Guide


to Color Knitting Techniques
Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 107/ 8
Paper:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-662-3
No. 622662
Paperback

AUGUST 2015

The Essential Guide


to Color Knitting Techniques

Margaret Radcliffe

is the best-selling author of The Knitting


Answer Book, Circular Knitting Workshop, and The Knowledgeable Knitter.
Her popular classes, taught throughout North America, span everything
from beginners basics to advanced
design techniques. She is particularly
interested in promoting creativity and
independence in all knitters. Her
website is www.maggiesrags.com.

MARGARET RADCLIFFE
Every time two or more yarn colors are in play, many knitters begin to struggle.
Whether its selecting harmonious colors, managing two or more different balls
of yarn, changing colors in midrow, or using multicolor yarns effectively, color
knitting poses challenges.
The Essential Guide to Color Knitting Techniques, by popular teacher and bestselling author Margaret Radcliffe, is the go-to reference for knitters looking to
expand their skills or polish their techniques. Radcliffe delves into the intricate
details of methods such as stranding and intarsia, as well as exploring the many
possibilities for playing with color. The book is packed with full-color photos of
pattern stitches, step-by-step techniques, and finished projects.
First published in 2008, with 36,300 copies in print, The Essential Guide to Color
Knitting Techniques will find a permanent place on many more knitters reference
shelves with this accessibly priced paperback edition.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-040-9 | No. 622040; SEE PAGE 42

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

12

NEW RELEASES

More than 113,000 copies in print,


all editions (2nd edition, 978-1-58017-404-6)
Update of a proven classic: completely
redesigned with full-color photography
Originally published in 1989 and last
updated in 2001, Maple Syrup Cookbook
has a reputation as the best cookbook
on the subject
Wide range of sweet and savory recipes
Updated in the same photographic format
as The Apple Cookbook, The Fresh Egg Cookbook,
and The Fresh Honey Cookbook

Maple Syrup Cookbook, 3rd Edition


Full-color; photographs throughout
208 pages; 7 x 9
Paper:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-664-7
No. 622664
Paperback

6-copy counter display:


$89.70 US / $119.70 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-726-2
No. 622726
Display

DECEMBER 2015

Maple Syrup Cookbook,

Ken Haedrich

is the author of more than a dozen


cookbooks and a winner of the Julia
Child Cookbook Award. His articles
have appeared in many publications,
including Better Homes and Gardens,
Cooking Light, and Bon Apptit.
His website is thepieacademy.com.

3rd Edition

KEN HAEDRICH
With 113,000 copies in print, Maple Syrup Cookbook has convinced many a cook
that a touch of pure maple syrup enhances any meal. The revised third edition of
this sweet classic features full-color photography that captures the country romance
of the maple sugaring process and highlights selected recipes.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-518-3 | No. 622518; SEE PAGE 33

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Beginning with delicious breakfast pancakes, corn cakes, waffles, and scones, noted
cookbook author Ken Haedrich extends the sweetness into lunch, dinner, and
dessert. From fondue to salad dressing, spiced pears to zucchini bread, baked
beans to grilled salmon, and spice cake to cheesecake, every recipe in this collection
highlights the clean, distinctive flavor that makes maple syrup such a delicacy.
Tidbits of maple sugaring traditions, preparation tips, and profiles of farmers make
Maple Syrup Cookbook a pleasure for browsing as well as cooking.

NEW RELEASES

13

Sales of bottled kombucha, a popular


fermented tea, grew 30% in 2014
Trendy drink for health-food enthusiasts
and anyone interested in a healthier
gut and improved digestion
A complete guide to kombucha,
including how to brew, recipes, and
286 different flavor combinations
Authors website, Kombucha Kamp,
is one of the most popular online
resources for kombucha information
and supplies

The Big Book of Kombucha


Full-color; photographs throughout
400 pages; 8 x 9
Paper:
$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-433-9
No. 622433
Hardcover:
$34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-434-6
No. 622434
Paperback

Hardcover

FEBRUARY 2016

The Big Book of Kombucha

Hannah Crum and her partner,


Alex LaGory, are the founders of

Kombucha Kamp, a leading mailorder supplier of kombucha supplies.


Crum is recognized worldwide as
The Kombucha Mamma,an industry
journalist, commercial brewing
consultant, featured speaker at health
festivals nationwide, and mentor to
thousands of homebrewers. Crum
and LaGory live in Los Angeles.

HANNAH CRUM & ALEX LaGORY


The fermented food revolution is here, and kombucha is leading the way! This
probiotic tea is receiving rave reviews for its beneficial bacteria that promote a
healthy gut and improved digestion. As a tasty, nonalcoholic beverage, its a popular
choice for vegans, Paleos, athletes, and general health enthusiasts alike.
With kombucha sales soaring in recent years, thousands of people have turned to
authors Hannah Crum and Alex LaGory, proprietors of Kombucha Kamp, for
guidance on making and customizing the drink at home. In The Big Book of
Kombucha, Crum and LaGory share their vast knowledge of fermentation, flavoring
options, and using kombucha in cooking, along with fascinating perspectives on its
history and health benefits.
Unlike any other book on this hot topic, The Big Book of Kombucha is a one-stop
reference with dozens of step-by-step photographs, more than 200 flavor
combinations, and an extensive troubleshooting guide for successful homebrewing.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-425-4 | No. 622425; SEE PAGE 29

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

14

NEW RELEASES

Lushly photographed how-to guide for


incorporating natural ingredients like
herbs, fruits, vegetables, tea, and milk into
homemade soaps
Step-by-step process includes authors
proven tips and techniques for creating
beautiful designs
Spiral-bound format lies flat, an added value
for crafters
Demand for natural bodycare products is
booming
Best-selling category and author with
strong following

Pure Soapmaking
Full-color; photographs throughout
240 pages; 7 x 9
Hardcover with concealed wire-o:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-533-6
No. 622533
Paperback

JANUARY 2016

Pure Soapmaking

Anne-Marie Faiola

is the author of Soap Crafting and


owner of BrambleBerry, a company
that sells soapmaking supplies in
Bellingham, Washington, and online
at www.brambleberry.com. Known as
the Soap Queen, she has a dedicated
blog and a YouTube channel featuring
how-to tutorials.

ANNE-MARIE FAIOLA
The pure luxury of soaps made with coconut butter, almond oil, aloe vera, oatmeal,
and green tea is one of lifes little pleasures. In Pure Soapmaking Anne-Marie
Faiola shows how to create luscious, all-natural soaps in the home kitchen.

BACKLIST
GOLD

ISBN: 978-1-61212-089-8 | No. 622089; SEE PAGE 49

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Drawing on an imaginative palette of organic ingredients, Faiolas original formulas


feature fruit and vegetable juices, herbs, milks, and even beer, coffee, and wine. The
collection of 32 recipes ranges from simple castile bars to intricate swirls, embeds,
and marbled and layered looks. Beginning with a combination of skin-nourishing
oils, the fun continues with such additions as blueberry puree, dandelion-infused
water, almond milk, coffee grounds, mango and avocado butters, black tea, and
much more. All the soaps are scented with pure essential oils.
With step-by-step photography guiding the reader through every stage of coldprocess soapmaking, this is an exciting resource for both new and experienced
soapmakers.

NEW RELEASES

15

Best-selling Storey author, with 342,000


books in print in the wellness category
67 original nontoxic formulas
for insect repellents that can easily
be made at home
Protect yourself, your children, your
pets, and your home without using
harsh chemicals
Do-it-yourself recipes are less
expensive than commercial brands
and can be customized with a
favorite scent
For natural health enthusiasts who love
the outdoors

Naturally Bug-Free
Two-color; illustrations throughout
176 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$10.95 US / $14.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-596-1
No. 622596
Paperback

8-copy counter display:


$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-720-0
No. 622720
Display

Naturally Bug-Free
STEPHANIE L. TOURLES
The enthusiasm for healthier living doesnt stop with food. Thousands of people
want to find nontoxic alternatives to chemical-laden insecticides. Best-selling
author and well-being expert Stephanie L. Tourles has developed 67 all-natural
recipes that are effective and safe for the body, pets, and the home.
For protection from mosquitos, ticks, and other biting insects, Naturally Bug-Free
features sprays, balms, body oils, and tinctures, with scents ranging from eucalyptus
to cool floral, lemon, vanilla, and woodsy spice. There are also recipes for herbal pet
shampoo, bedding formulas, and herbal flea collars and powders. Tourles also
includes fresh herbal sprays, powdered blends, and repellent sachets to keep pests
away in every room of the home.
With just a few key herbs and essential oils, the recipes in Naturally Bug-Free make
happier, healthier living easy and affordable.

FEBRUARY 2016
Stephanie L. Tourles

is a licensed holistic esthetician, certified


aromatherapist, and gardener with
training in Western and Ayurvedic
herbalism. She is the author of ten
books, including Raw Energy in a Glass;
Hands-On Healing Remedies; Organic
Body Care Recipes; Raw Energy; Naturally
Healthy Skin; 365 Ways to Energize
Mind, Body & Soul; and Natural Foot
Care. She lives in Orland, Maine.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-006-5 | No. 622006; SEE PAGE 71

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

16

NEW RELEASES

Vegetable gardeners love competition,


and this is the guide to growing prize-winners
In-depth practical information
on growing and competing with
amazing photography to inspire
growers of all ages
Lead title in Spring 2016 gardening
marketing campaign

Blue-Ribbon Vegetable Gardening


Full-color; photographs throughout
224 pages; 7 x 9
Paper:
$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-394-3
No. 622394
Paperback

8-copy counter display:


$135.60 US / $183.60 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-724-8
No. 622724
Display

DECEMBER 2015

Blue-Ribbon Vegetable Gardening

Jodi Torpey

is a garden writer, master gardener,


and founder and editor-in-chief of
WesternGardeners.com. Shes an
award-winning vegetable gardener,
author of several gardening books, and
is a Craftsy online gardening instructor.

JODI TORPEY
From small-town harvest festivals to the largest state fairs, the competitive spirit
shines bright in every vegetable exhibit hall. The quest to grow the biggest pumpkin,
the tastiest tomato, or the most perfectly pear-shaped eggplant spurs on many a
vegetable gardener.
Blue-Ribbon Vegetable Gardening is loaded with all the information needed for
joining this friendly competitive community, from knowing how to transport the
vegetables to anticipating what the judges will be looking for. Plant-by-plant profiles
feature the varieties with the greatest prizewinning potential, insider growing
techniques, and the best harvesting and storage practices.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-61212-208-3 | No. 622208; SEE PAGE 59

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Hundreds of featured photographs along with competitor profiles capture the


excitement and energy of the people, the fairs, and, of course, the amazing vegetables.
As fun to read as it is to use, Blue-Ribbon Vegetable Gardening is sure to spark
good-natured rivalries between family members, neighbors, and community
gardeners everywhere.

NEW RELEASES

17

A guide to growing for the WOW factor!

18

NEW RELEASES

Learn how to produce the most


vegetables in any size garden
Easy-to-use partially concealed
wire-o format
Filled with practical advice, handy
charts, tables, and worksheets
Authors apply their proven communitysupported agriculture techniques
to the home garden

High-Yield Vegetable Gardening


Two-color; illustrations throughout
320 pages; 7 x 9
Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:
$17.95 US / $23.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-396-7
No. 622396
Paperback

DECEMBER 2015

High-Yield Vegetable Gardening

Colin McCrate (right)


& Brad Halm (left)

are former CSA farmers and the


founders of the Seattle Urban Farm
Company, a prize-winning business
that designs, builds, and maintains
edible gardens. They are the authors
of Food Grown Right, in Your Backyard.
Visit them at www.seattleurban
farmco.com.

COLIN McCRATE & BRAD HALM


For avid vegetable gardeners the ultimate goal is to increase the bounty of the
harvest and the fresh food they have to enjoy year-round. With the right practices
its possible to expand the productivity of any backyard food garden, no matter
what size.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-60342-694-7 | No. 62694; SEE PAGE 59

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

High-Yield Vegetable Gardening is packed with practical advice and handy tables for
guiding gardeners in preparing the soil, selecting the crops, and mapping out a plan
for the most plentiful harvest ever. Authors Colin McCrate and Brad Halm, founders
of the Seattle Urban Farm Company, share the innovative methods they developed
as CSA farmers to show home gardeners how to customize their garden plan and
produce the desired amounts of all their favorite crops.
With a partially concealed wire-o binding and plenty of handy charts, tables,
schedules, and record-keeping pages, this is an essential tool for the dedicated
food gardener.

NEW RELEASES

19

Each themed garden features


five commonly found plants that grow
well together and look beautiful
Foolproof plant-by-number designs are
perfect for beginners and busy gardeners
Every design includes a color
photo and a handy shopping list
Container gardening is a perennially
popular topic with a strong sales
track ideal for small-space living
Includes both ornamental and
edible plant combinations

Container Theme Gardens


Full-color; photographs throughout
272 pages; 8 x 9
Paper:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-398-1
No. 622398
Paperback

DECEMBER 2015

Container Theme Gardens

Nancy J. Ondra

is an award-winning garden writer,


editor, and former owner of a rareplant nursery. She is the author or
coauthor of a dozen gardening books,
including the best-seller The Perennial
Gardeners Design Primer, as well as
Foliage, Five-Plant Gardens, The Perennial Care Manual, Fallscaping, and
Grasses. She gardens in Bucks County,
Pennsylvania, and blogs at www.
hayefield.com.

NANCY J. ONDRA
You dont have to be a gardener to love container plantings. Easy to care for and a
beautiful addition to any deck, patio, or entryway, containers are a long-standing
home decorating favorite. But like choosing paint colors for the walls, selecting the
plants to combine in a container can be overwhelming and intimidating.
Container Theme Gardens takes the uncertainty out of plant shopping with 42
combinations, each using five perfectly matched plants. There are themes for
every taste and setting, from a minimeadow to a hummingbird combination,
winter wonders to all-summer color, and a pond in a pot to balcony beauties. All
the popular container styles are represented as well, including classic clay, wood,
glazed, metal, and cement.
All the featured plants are commonly available at nurseries and big box stores, and
a handy plant shopping list accompanies each container, making Container Theme
Gardens a guaranteed source for success.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-60342-975-7 | No. 62975; SEE PAGE 59

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

20

NEW RELEASES

Low-cost, high-efficiency techniques


use up to 90 percent less water than
traditional methods
The only book on these innovative
time-tested methods
Applicable to gardeners everywhere,
especially those affected by continually
worsening drought conditions
Illustrated step-by-step instructions

Gardening with Less Water


Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout
128 pages; 6 x 8
Paper:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-582-4
No. 622582
Paperback

DECEMBER 2015

Gardening with Less Water

David A. Bainbridge

has studied and used innovative


irrigation systems for more than 30
years in his garden and on desert
restoration projects in the Mojave and
Sonoran Deserts. He is the author
or coauthor of many books, including
The Straw Bale House, A Guide for
Desert and Dryland Restoration, and
Passive Solar Architecture. He lives
in San Diego.

DAVID A. BAINBRIDGE
With drought, water shortages, and rising water costs becoming an increasing
concern for everyone, home gardeners are looking for inexpensive, simple ways to
irrigate efficiently.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-60342-568-1 | No. 62568; SEE PAGE 58

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

In Gardening with Less Water, author David A. Bainbridge adapts traditional, low-cost
techniques that conserve water while keeping plants well hydrated. Up to ten
times more efficient than other watering methods, this system of terra-cotta pots,
pipes, wicks, and recycled plastic bottles can be easily installed in any size garden,
including container gardens. Full-color photographs and illustrated step-by-step
instructions show how to assemble these low-tech systems and use them in the
home landscape to deliver water directly to plant roots.
Using materials that are commonly available at hardware stores and garden
centers, the unique, superefficient systems in Gardening with Less Water are
amazingly simple and effective.

NEW RELEASES

21

The definitive, best-selling reference


completely updated (1st edition,
978-0-88266-611-2) and in full color
Popular author updates this classic
reference for the rapidly growing
audience of chicken raisers
A lifeline for those who care for
their chickens
Save money on vet visits and
have a more productive animal

The Chicken Health Handbook, 2nd edition


Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout
400 pages; 7 x 9
Paper:
$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-013-3
No. 622013
Hardcover:
$34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-479-7
No. 622479

Paperback

Hardcover

DECEMBER 2015

The Chicken Health


Handbook, 2nd Edition

Gail Damerow

and her husband operate a family


farm in Tennessee, where they keep
poultry and dairy goats, tend a sizable
garden, and maintain a small orchard.
She is the author of numerous books,
including Storeys Guide to Raising
Chickens, Hatching & Brooding Your Own
Chicks, and The Chicken Encyclopedia.
She is also a regular contributor to
Backyard Poultry and Countryside
magazines.

GAIL DAMEROW
Generations of backyard chicken keepers have turned to Gail Damerow for reliable
answers to all their questions. With more than 40 years in the field, Damerow is
the countrys most widely recognized authority on chickens.
The Chicken Health Handbook, one of Damerows classic handbooks, originally
published in 1994, is now completely revised and features full-color photography
and illustration. This essential reference features the most in-depth information on
good nutrition; metabolic dysfunctions; parasites and worms; reproductive issues;
bacterial, viral, and fungal diseases; hands-on treatment methods; and detailed
explanations of solutions to any health problem a chicken owner might encounter.
The new edition places special emphasis on natural and preventive methods and
issues related to raising chickens in the urban environment.
Chicken owners are the frontline health providers for their birds, and this is the
essential reference they need to address every situation with confidence.

BACKLIST
GOLD
ISBN: 978-1-60342-469-1 | No. 62469; SEE PAGE 82

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

NEW STOREY BASICS

22

Making & Using Caramel


Illustrations throughout
112 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$8.95 US / $11.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-642-5
No. 622642
Paperback

JANUARY 2016

Making &
Using Caramel

How to Knit
Socks That Fit

How to Knit Socks That Fit

BILL COLLINS

DONNA DRUCHUNAS

Illustrations throughout
128 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$8.95 US / $11.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-541-1
No. 622541
Paperback

This is the perfect introduction to all the basic


techniques for making caramel candies,
cookies, and puddings. For home bakers,
cooks, and anyone fascinated by the alchemy of transforming sugar into caramel, the
safety guidelines, troubleshooting tips, and
variety of techniques provided ensure success
from the start.

Small and portable, sock projects are a


perennial favorite of knitters of all levels,
but the results are too often disappointing.
Designer Donna Druchunas reveals her
foolproof techniques for knitting socks that
look great and fit well, including both toe-up
and cuff-down approaches and three different heel styles.

OCTOBER 2015
How to Spin
Illustrations throughout
128 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-612-8
No. 622612
Paperback

FEBRUARY 2016
Showing Poultry
Illustrations throughout
96 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-529-9
No. 622529
Paperback

FEBRUARY 2016

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

How to Spin

Showing Poultry

BETH SMITH

GLENN DROWNS

With the growing popularity of knitting,


spinning yarn from raw fiber is gaining
followers as well, especially among knitters.
For anyone new to the craft, this book offers
a succinct introduction, beginning with
selecting a spinning wheel and guiding
readers through every stage of preparing
the fiber, plying, winding off, and finishing.

For poultry raisers who want to show their


best birds to others, this book offers all the
guidance needed to be successful at exhibiting in county and state fairs and expositions.
From selecting the best breeds to proper diet,
care, and handling; cage training; and judging
standards, author Glenn Drowns shares his
expert advice.

NEW STOREY BASICS

23

Building Raised Beds


Illustrations throughout
80 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$8.95 US / $11.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-616-6
No. 622616
Paperback

Building
Raised Beds

Growing Vegetables
in Straw Bales

FERN MARSHALL BRADLEY

CRAIG LeHOULLIER

An easy-access handbook for beginning


gardeners and homeowners on how to plan,
build, and plant a simple raised bed. In just
a weekend, using basic materials and
minimal building skills, readers can set up
a complete garden bed adapted for vegetables, flowers, or herbs.

DECEMBER 2015
Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales
Illustrations throughout
80 pages; 5 x 7

This innovative growing technique will


appeal to anyone seeking a low-cost, lowmaintenance way to grow a bounty of food
in a small space. With just a bale of straw,
some fertilizer, and a selection of favorite
vegetable seeds, readers will learn how to set
up, plant, and maintain healthy, hearty crops.

Paper:
$8.95 US / $11.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-614-2
No. 622614
Paperback

DECEMBER 2015

Maintaining SmallFarm Equipment

Maintaining Small-Farm Equipment

STEVE & ANN


LARKIN HANSEN
Dependable, well-operating tractors and
other equipment are essential for smallfarm success. This practical guide to proper
maintenance and minor repairs of mowers,
trimmers, ATVs, plows, discs, planters,
cultivators, balers, tractors, and more ensures
that new and inexperienced farmers can
save money and avoid lost productivity.

Illustrations throughout
96 pages; 5 x 7
Paper:
$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-61212-527-5
No. 622527
Paperback

SEPTEMBER 2015

Customizable Displays for Featuring Storey BASICS Titles


8-copy counter display, empty:
ISBN: 978-1-61212-506-0;
No. 622506
16-copy counter display, empty:
ISBN: 978-1-61212-507-7;
No. 622507
24-copy counter display, empty:
ISBN: 978-1-61212-562-6;
No. 622562

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

MORE STOREY BASICS

24

The essential information you need to get things done. With dozens of topics to choose
from, Storey BASICS are the ideal entry point for anyone wanting to acquire new skills and
become more self-reliant. These portable, highly accessible guides, written by seasoned
experts, provide the perfect amount of information to ensure success right from the start.

Sweet treats and skill builders for the kitchen

COOKING
pg. 31

pg. 31

pg. 35

pg. 36

pg. 31

pg. 33

pg. 35

Homegrown wisdom for healthy living

HERBS
pg. 68

pg. 68

pg. 68

pg. 68

pg. 68

pg. 68

pg. 43

pg. 45

pg. 65

pg. 92

Quick workshops for crafters

CRAFTS
pg. 47

pg. 47

pg. 45

pg. 43

Down-and-dirty gardening know-how

GARDENING

pg. 62

pg. 65

pg. 63

pg. 63

Over-the-fence farming advice

FARMING
pg. 74

pg. 74

pg. 74

pg. 74

pg. 74

pg. 45

pg. 45

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

25

Books getting rave reviews!


A cornucopia of beer
imagery and information.

A creative, hands-on collection


of fun, kid-friendly recipes, with
easy step-by-step directions and
inspiring photos.

Ray Daniels, Founder


and Director, Cicerone
Certification Program

See page 39
ISBN: 978-1-61212-347-9 No. 622347

Ann Hallock, Editor-in-Chief,


FamilyFun magazine

See page 55
ISBN: 978-1-61212-400-1 No. 622400

This book holds


a lot of knowledge.

Will keep both experienced


birders and the backyard variety
enthralled as they peruse the
beautifully photographed pages
of this book.

Knitters Review

Publishers Weekly

See page 40
ISBN: 978-1-61212-404-9 No. 622404

See page 56
ISBN: 978-1-61212-229-8 No. 622229

A glorious, illustrated
love letter to curiosity.

If every home were fully retrofitted with all the projects in this
book, we would be well on our
way to water security and
watershed recovery.

brainpickings.org

See page 57
ISBN: 978-1-61212-231-1 No. 622231

See page 74
ISBN: 978-1-61212-169-7 No. 622169

Brock Dolman, director of


Occidental Arts and Ecology
Centers WATER Institute

FALL FAVORITES

26

Soup Night
3-copy counter display
$59.85 US / $80.85 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-501-5; No. 622501

Apple Cookbook
6-copy counter display
$89.70 US / $119.70 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-630-2; No. 622630
AVAILABLE JUNE

Chowderland
8-copy counter display
$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-626-5; No. 622626

Put em Up!
6-copy counter display
$119.70 US / $161.70 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-936-8; No. 62936

Books that capture autumn flavors!

Home Cheese Making


6-copy counter display
$101.70 US / $137.70 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-903-4; No. 67903

Drink the Harvest


4-copy counter display
$75.80 US / $103.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-590-9; No.622590

Fermented Vegetables
4-copy counter display
$99.80 US / $135.80 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-588-6; No. 622588

Home Sausage Making


6-copy counter display
$101.70 US / $137.70 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-904-1; No. 67904

One-Woman Farm
3-copy counter display
$50.85 US / $68.85 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-498-8; No. 622498

Pumpkin
8-copy counter display
$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-768-9; No. 67768

The Fresh Honey Cookbook


4-copy counter display
$59.80 US / $79.80 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-495-7; No. 622495

Homemade Liqueurs and Infused Spirits


3-copy counter display
$56.85 US / $77.85 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-496-4; No. 622496

HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS

27

The Secret Life of Beer!


8-copy counter display
$71.60 US / $95.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-794-8; No. 67794

The American Craft Beer Cookbook


5-copy counter display
$99.75 US / $134.75 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-355-4; No. 622355

Tasting Beer
5-copy counter display
$84.75 US / $114.75 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-591-6; No.622591

Tasting Whiskey
4-copy counter display
$75.80 US / $103.80 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-586-2; No.622586

Holiday picks that ring in the season!

Cookie Craft
8-copy counter display
$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-624-1; No. 622624

Cookie Craft Christmas


8-copy counter display
$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-501-8; No. 62501

Christmas Crochet for Hearth, Home & Tree


8-copy counter display
$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-561-9; No. 622561

Knit Christmas Stockings


8-copy counter display
$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-497-1; No. 622497

Excavate! Dinosaurs
8-copy counter display
$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-545-9; No. 622545

Cooking Class
3-copy counter display
$56.85 US / $77.85 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-707-1; No. 622707

Sewing School
3-copy counter display
$50.85 US / $68.85 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-639-5; No. 622639

Sewing School 2
3-copy counter display
$56.85 US / $77.85 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-500-8; No. 622500

FOOD & DRINK

28

BACKLIST GOLD

BESTR!
E
SELL

Hot Sauce!

Jennifer Trainer Thompson


Here are 32 recipes for making signature hot sauces
from the sweet/tart Pomegranate Narsharab to Muy
Caliente Satan Sauce and another 60 recipes featuring
creative ideas for using homemade hot sauces (or commercial blends) in everything from barbeque to bouillabaisse.
Hot Sauce! is the one book every fiery-food lover needs.
There are even recipes for scorching cocktails!

Selection of The Good Cook Book Club

38,000

copies in print

Fix, Freeze, Feast


Kati Neville
& Lindsay Tkacsik

Buying groceries in bulk,


preparing easy dishes,
packaging them in meal-size
freezer bags, then stocking
the freezer with ready-todefrost-and-serve homemade
meals this is the winning
system of Fix, Freeze, Feast. 125
delicious, healthful recipes
include simple directions
for dividing, preparing, and
storing raw ingredients as
well as thawing and cooking
the food.
64,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-816-3; No. 62816

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-093-5

ISBN 978-1-60342-726-5; No. 62726

192 pages; 6 x 8

No. 622093

256 pages; 7 x 9

Root Cellaring

BEST
SELLER!

Mike & Nancy Bubel


The earths naturally cool,
stable temperature is an
energy-saving way to store
nearly 100 varieties of fruits
and vegetables all year long.
The authors include specific
storage requirements for
each crop and building
instructions for big and small
root cellars.
176,000

copies in print

The Big Book


of Preserving
the Harvest

Carol W. Costenbader
This classic primer on drying, freezing, canning, and
pickling includes more than
150 simple recipes.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club
175,000

copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-458-9; No. 67458

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-703-4; No. 66703

352 pages; 8 x 9

Photographs and illustrations


throughout
320 pages; 6 x 9

5-copy counter display


$94.75 US / $129.75 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-923-2; No. 67923

SHERRI BROOKS VINTON


What a delicious way to
eat locally even when the
snow is falling.
Deborah Madison, author
of local flavors: cooking

and eating from america's


farmers' markets

BEST
SELLER!

Put em Up!
With these simple instructions and delicious recipes, even
beginners will be preserving food in no time. Vinton covers
everything: refrigerating, freezing, drying, canning, and
pickling. Recipes range from the daring Wasabi Beans,
Cherry and Black Pepper Preserves, Pickled Fennel to
old favorites, including applesauce, salsa, bread and butter
pickles, and more.
Selection

of Crafters Choice, The Good Cook,

and One Spirit Book Clubs


99,000

copies in print

The Put em Up!


Preserving
Answer Book
The must-have companion
to every preserving book,
this comprehensive reference
answers all the questions
that arise in the preservers
kitchen, from setting up the
cooking space to quandaries
about preserving methods
and how to apply them to
specific fruits and vegetables.

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

6-copy counter display

Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:

ISBN 978-1-60342-546-9; No. 62546

$119.70 US / $161.70 CAN

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-936-8

ISBN 978-1-61212-010-2; No. 622010

illustrations throughout

No. 62936

Two-color; illustrations throughout

304 pages; 7/ x 9/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

256 pages; 6 x 8

Put em Up! Fruit


Making jams, jellies, chutneys,
and more is a practical way
to enjoy seasonal fruits yearround. Here are 80 recipes
for preserving delicious
fruit products, along with
80 recipes that use them to
add a little summer sunshine
whatever the time of year.

Keeping the Harvest


Nancy Chioffi
& Gretchen Mead

Simple yet satisfying homepreserving techniques are


presented here for enjoying
your harvest of fresh fruits
and vegetables all year long.
216,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-650-1; No. 66650

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-024-9; No. 622024

208 pages; 8 x 11

Full-color; photographs throughout


288 pages; 7/ x 9/
6-copy counter display
$119.70 US / $161.70 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-287-8; No. 622287

FOOD & DRINK

Andrea Chesman

Sweet winter squashes, hardy greens, jewel-toned root


vegetables, and potatoes
of every kind make local
eating easy and delicious
in autumn and winter. This
collection of more than 250
recipes brings local produce
to the winter table.

The Pickled Pantry

Serving Up the
Harvest

Andrea Chesman

Andrea Chesman

A dynamic addition to


any cooks library . . .
its particularly helpful
that chapters, organized
by vegetable, progress
seasonally along with
harvest times.
Los Angeles Daily News

This fresh, contemporary


guide to pickling provides
a whopping 150 recipes for
putting up everything from
apples to zucchini, plus 36
recipes for cooking with
pickled foods. It includes
techniques for making
fermented pickles, salsas,
relishes, and chutneys.

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-545-2; No. 62545

ISBN 978-1-58017-663-7; No. 67663

ISBN 978-1-60342-562-9; No. 62562

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Full-color; illustrations throughout

400 pages; 8 x 9

512 pages; 8 x 9

304 pages; 8 x 9

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Recipes from the


Root Cellar

29

The Backyard Homestead Book


of Kitchen Know-How
andrea chesman

What does it take to be self-reliant? A lot of skill in the


kitchen! Finally, here is the indispensable, comprehensive
kitchen guide for all the farm-fresh food enthusiasts who
want to cook from scratch, the time-tested way. From
milling flour to making butter and yogurt; curing sausage
to making rich braises and stews; and freezing or drying
vegetables to preserving fruits, this is the go-to handbook
for learning how to do it.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

5-copy counter display

$75.80 US / $103.80 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-204-5; No. 622204

$99.75 US / $134.75 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-510-0

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-637-1

368 pages; 7 x 9

No. 622637

4-copy counter display

No. 62510

AVAILABLE AUGUST 2015

Preserving Wild
Foods

matthew weingarten &


raquel pelzel
Dozens of inspired recipes from chef Matthew
Weingarten show how to
preserveby curing, canning,
smoking, and picklinga
wide range of wild ingredients
foraged from the sea, fields,
forests, and fresh water.
Paper with flaps:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-727-2; No. 62727
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
256 pages; 7/ x 9

BEST
SELLER!

An impressive
addition to the
growing literature
of fermentation,
with a thorough
review of basic
concepts and a
great recipe section.

The Beginners
Guide to Preserving
Food at Home

The Beginners Guide


to Making and Using
Dried Foods

Discover the best and


quickest methods for
preserving every common
vegetable and fruit, arranged
in a friendly food-by-food
format. Readers will find
thorough instruments for
freezing, drying, canning,
brining, and storage.

The comprehensive guide


that includes everything readers need to know to begin dehydrating. Organized by type
of food fruits, vegetables,
herbs, meat each section
offers a guide to the drying
methods as well as recipes
that use the dried food.

152,000

Selection

Janet Chadwick

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-145-4; No. 62145
Two-color; illustrations throughout
240 pages; 7 x 9

Sandor Ellix Katz,


author of The Art of

Fermentation

BEST
SELLER!

teresa marrone

of The Good Cook

Book Club
78,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Fermented Vegetables

kirsten k. shockey and christopher shockey


Prized for their nutritional health benefits and powerful
flavor punch, fermented foods are enjoyed as kimchi,
sauerkraut, pickles, chutneys, and pastes. In this comprehensive guide, readers will find 140 unique recipes
for fermenting more than 80 vegetables, as well as 84
recipes for using and enjoying them in meals and snacks.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-425-4; No. 622425

illustrations throughout
376 pages; 8 x 9

ISBN 978-1-61212-179-6; No. 622179


Two-color; illustrations throughout
352 pages; 7 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

FOOD & DRINK

30

Steven Raichlen, author


of The Barbecue Bible
cookbook series and
host of Primal Grill

BEST
SELLER!

Cooking with Fire

BACKLIST GOLD

The most stimulating,


thought-provoking,
and hunger-inducing
cookbook to cross my
desk in years.

paula marcoux

Here is a comprehensive guide to the surprising ways in


which wood and fire can be used to cook. Roma-style bacon
on a greenwood stick, roasted pork loin on a spit, seared scallops on a griddle, Plymouth fish chowder in a cast-iron pot,
turkey in a smoker, and baguettes in a wood-fired oven all
of these, and more, can be made with the techniques and
more than 100 recipes found in Cooking with Fire and with no
need for fancy appliances!
Paper with flaps:

Full-color; photographs

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-158-1; No. 622158

320 pages; 8 x 10

Home Sausage
Making

BEST
SELLER!

Susan Mahnke Peery


& Charles G. Reavis
The classic volume in the
field now features 100 recipes
for sausages (cased and
uncased) and 50 recipes for
cooking with sausage.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club
252,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-471-8; No. 67471

Fish Grilled & Smoked


john manikowski

In this tasty collection for


fishing enthusiasts, home
cooks, and campers are
150 recipes for grilled and
smoked fresh and saltwater
fish. Building plans for three
smoker models are included!

BEST
SELLER!

A Guide to
Canning, Freezing,
Curing and Smoking
Meat, Fish and Game
Wilbur F. Eastman Jr.

ISBN 978-1-58017-502-9; No. 67502

This no-nonsense guide is an


excellent resource for storing
meat and includes dozens of
recipes for bacon, corned beef,
jerky, pepperoni, and other
preserved meats.

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Selection

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

264 pages; 7 x 9

211,000

Illustrations throughout

of The Good Cook

Book Club
copies in print

288 pages; 7 x 9

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

6-copy counter display

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-457-2; No. 67457

$101.70 US / $137.70 CAN

240 pages; 6 x 9

ISBN 978-1-58017-904-1; No. 67904

A classic reference
complete instructions
for making nutritional
and delicious cheese
at home.
 countryside &
small stock journal

The Home Creamery

Woodstove Cookery

Step-by-step instructions
guide readers through recipes
for more than a dozen fresh
and cultured dairy products
and 75 cooking and baking
recipes showcasing homemade dairy items.

Offering advice on everything


from cleaning to cooking on
and in woodstoves, this book
demonstrates how to get
more use out of this versatile
heat source.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-031-0; No. 62031

ISBN 978-0-88266-108-7; No. 66108

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

220 pages; 7 x 9

208 pages; 6 x 9

Kathy Farrell-Kingsley

Home Cheese Making


Ricki Carroll

From purchasing or constructing the right equipment to


preparing a starter culture and using rennet properly, here
is all the information the home cheese maker needs to
produce small batches of wonderful, artisanal-style cheeses.
Selection
370,000

of The Good Cook Book Club

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

6-copy counter display

6-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-464-0; No. 67464

$101.70 US / $137.70 CAN

$101.70 US / $137.70 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-903-4; No. 67903

ISBN 978-1-60342-066-2; No. 62066

288 pages; 7 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Jane Cooper

97,000

copies in print

Tomato:
A Fresh-from-the-Vine
Cookbook
Lawrence
Davis-Hollander

For tomato lovers of all


stripes, here are 150 recipes
that celebrate glorious
summer tomatoes.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-478-3; No. 62478
Two-color with 16-page color insert;
illustrations throughout
288 pages; 8 x 9/
5-copy counter display
$84.75 US / $114.75 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-509-4; No. 62509

FOOD & DRINK

How to Make
Ice Cream

Making Vegan
Frozen Treats

Classic flavors such as


Rocky Road and Chocolate
Chip Cookie Dough and
contemporary flavors such
as Roasted Fig and Honey
and Ginger will delight ice
cream lovers. Recipes include
custard-based flavors and
lighter eggless options.

With 50 vegan recipes, readers can churn out ice creams


with soy, almond, or coconut
milk and whip up fruity,
refreshing sorbets and granitas. Included are recipes for
12 frozen pop flavors, vegan
cookies for making ice cream
sandwiches, and sauces for
jazzing up desserts.

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN: 978-1-61212-388-2; No. 622388

ISBN: 978-1-61212-390-5; No. 622390

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

96 pages; 5 x 7

96 pages; 5 x 7

nicole weston

nicole weston

Raw Energy

Stephanie Tourles
Raw snacks are delicious, easy
to prepare, and bursting with
the ingredients needed to stay
healthy and energized. These
125 nutrition-packed recipes
for trail mixes, smoothies, energy bars, juice blends, soups,
chips, dips, cookies, and more
are all made with unprocessed
whole foods, such as nuts,
seeds, dried and fresh fruits,
vegetables, oats, carob, cocoa,
and fresh juices.

BACKLIST GOLD

BEST
SELLER!

Inspires health
and pleasure with
every sip!
 Brigitte Mars,
author of rawsome
and the country
almanac of home
remedies

Raw Energy in a Glass


stephanie tourles

More than 120 super-nutritious, super-delicious recipes


for smoothies, shakes, green drinks, power shots, mocktails, longevity elixirs, and fermented beverages are all
designed to boost health and energy. Most of the recipes
are vegan; all use only raw ingredients and can be made
in a standard blender.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-248-9; No. 622248
Full-color; photographs throughout

Selection of One Spirit

288 pages; 6 x 7

Book Club

8-copy mixed counter display

53,000

copies in print

31

4 copies Raw Energy, 4 copies

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Raw Energy in a Glass

ISBN 978-1-60342-467-7; No. 62467

$135.60 US / $183.60 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-549-7; No. 622549

272 pages; 6 x 7

A great cookbook!
 McClatchy
Newspapers

How to Make
Frozen Yogurt
nicole weston

Ice cream makers can be used


for more than just ice cream!
Typical recipes produce hard
yogurt thats no fun to eat,
but Nicole Westons special
meringue technique produces
smooth and delicious low-fat
frozen yogurt. Readers will
want to try all 56 flavors, from
the classic Vanilla Bean to
Toasted Coconut and Roasted
Almond and Amaretto.
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

The College
Cookbook

Ultimate Dining
Hall Hacks

From more than 55 colleges


and universities across
North America, here are 200
original recipes designed for
the busy and (often) broke
college student.

Using 100 basic items found


in virtually every college dining hall, students learn how
to combine ingredients from
the la carte menu, salad bar,
breakfast bar, and deli station
to create 75 tasty dishes.

Geri Harrington

67,000

copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-497-2; No. 66497
Illustrations throughout
160 pages; 8 x 7

priya krishna

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-450-6; No.
622450
Full-color; illustrations throughout
128 pages; 6 x 7

ISBN 978-1-61212-377-6; No. 622377

8-copy counter display

Illustrations throughout

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN

112 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-61212-505-3; No. 622505

BEST
SELLER!

The Healthy College Cookbook


Alexandra Nimetz, Jason Stanley
& Emeline Starr with Rachel Holcomb

Every busy student will find more than 300 tasty,


nutritious recipes for quick-to-prepare meals; eat-on-thego breakfasts; and easy-to-make soups, sandwiches, and
salads. Includes dozens of vegetarian and vegan options.
182,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-030-3; No. 62030
Two-color; illustrations throughout
304 pages; 8 x 8
8-copy counter display
$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-115-7; No. 62115

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

FOOD & DRINK

32

Dishing Up Maine

Dishing Up Vermont

With recipes from Maines


most exciting chefs, this is
the ultimate food-lovers
guide to Down East cooking.

Savor the taste of Vermont


with 145 delicious recipes
from chefs, B&B owners, and
farmers across the state.

Selection

Selection

Brooke Dojny

of The Good Cook

Book Club

42,000 copies in print

Tracey Medeiros

of The Good Cook

Book Club
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-025-9; No. 62025

ISBN 978-1-58017-841-9; No. 67841

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

288 pages; 7/ x 9

288 pages; 7/ x 9
8-copy counter display
$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-758-0; No. 67758

8-copy counter display


$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-048-8; No. 62048

Dishing Up
New Mexico

Dishing Up Oregon
Ashley Gartland

dave dewitt

New Mexicos unique food


culture is celebrated in 145 recipes that highlight all the state
proudly offers. From the New
Mexico chile pepper, to the
states exceptional meats, and
unique specialty foods, there's
something for every taste.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club

This collection of 145 recipes,


many of them contributed
by Oregons own chefs,
farmers, and innkeepers,
celebrates the diversity of
Oregons cuisine. Gorgeous
photography of farms, inns,
vineyards, and more brings
Oregons food-and-drink
scene to life.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Dishing Up
Washington
Jess thomson

These 150 delectable recipes


celebrate the unique flavors
of the Evergreen State,
from Pacific salmon and
Dungeness crab to wild
mushrooms, cherries, apples,
saffron, and much more.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-028-7; No. 622028
Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-566-7; No. 62566

ISBN 978-1-61212-250-2; No. 622250

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

288 pages; 7/ x 9

288 pages; 7/ x 9

8-copy counter display

$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN

$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-161-1; No. 622161

8-copy counter display


$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN

illustrations throughout
288 pages; 7/ x 9
8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-035-5; No. 622035

ISBN 978-1-61212-503-9; No. 622503

Dishing Up Maryland

Dishing

The focus is on the rich


diversity of Marylands native
foods and food producers,
with 150 recipes, as well as
food lore; advice on where
to visit; and profiles of local
food producers, chefs and
restaurants, and fishermen
and crabbers.

Experience why Virginia is


for food lovers. The recipes
are complemented by sidebars on the up-and-coming
wine market, the regions
varietals, area winemakers,
and historical lore.

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-527-8; No. 62527

ISBN 978-1-61212-002-7; No. 622002

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs and

288 pages; 7/ x 9

illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display

288 pages; 7/ x 9

$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-554-4; No. 62554

$159.60 US / $215.60 CAN

Lucie L. Snodgrass

Up Virginia

Patrick evans-hylton

Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club

ISBN 978-1-61212-286-1; No. 622286

The Fresh Egg


Cookbook

BEST
SELLER!

Jennifer Trainer Thompson


Over 100 delicious recipes
make the most of fresh-fromthe-chicken eggs, including a
wealth of old favorites with
new twists, from the perfect
soft-boiled egg to French toast,
omelets, and huevos rancheros.
Fresh eggs shine in such classic
dishes as Caesar salad, spaghetti carbonara, eggnog, and
deviled eggs and in innovative
recipes for smoothies, appetizers, casseroles, and stews.

S
 election of The Good Cook
Book Club

laurey Masterton

The Fresh Honey Cookbook


celebrates the subtle flavors
of honey with a seasonal
calendar of 84 recipes that
focus on whats fresh each
month. Honey varietals, from
orange blossom to tupelo, are
featured in recipes such as
Papas Salad with Clementines, Pork Tenderloin with
Orange Blossom HoneyMustard, and Vermont-style
Summer Squash Casserole.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-051-5; No. 622051

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-978-8; No. 62978

208 pages; 7 x 9

Full-color; photographs throughout

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

The Fresh Honey


Cookbook

192 pages; 7 x 9

The Classic
Zucchini Cookbook
Nancy C. Ralston,
Marynor Jordan, &
Andrea Chesman

For bountiful summer squash


and sweet winter varieties,
here are 225 recipes for yearround eating.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club
500,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-453-4; No. 67453
Two-color; illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 8

FOOD & DRINK

alison and steven


anderson
Third-generation syrup
makers Steve and Alison
Anderson teach how to collect
sap using containers or a
tree-friendly tubing system,
and how to cook and bottle
the syrup. Includes everything
needed to understand the full
production process for those
interested in doing it for fun
or as a business.

The New England


Clam Shack Cookbook
Brooke Dojny

Taste the pride of New England with traditional coastal


fare from 25 clam shacks,
lobster pounds, and chowder
houses. Dozens of mouthwatering recipes include lobster rolls, fried clams, savory
chowders, and more.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club
87,000

copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Lobster!

Brooke Dojny

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

How to Make
Maple Syrup

Prized for its delicate flavor


and satisfying, meaty texture,
lobster is also a surprisingly
affordable luxury. With Lobster!,
everyone can enjoy Americas
favorite seafood in the comfort
of the home kitchen.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club
Hardcover with jacket:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-962-7; No. 62962
Full-color; photographs throughout
144 pages; 6 x 8

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-026-6; No. 62026

ISBN 978-1-61212-171-0; No. 622171

Full-color; photographs and

6-copy counter display

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

$89.70 US / $119.00 CAN

128 pages; 5 x 7

256 pages; 7/ x 9

ISBN 978-1-61212-092-8; No. 622092

AVAILABLE JUNE 2015

Pumpkin

This is the perfect gift for maple lovers! Readers will savor
the history of maple sugaring,
learn to identify the various
kinds of maple trees, discover
how to tap trees and make
syrup, and indulge in tempting recipes for such treats as
maple nut bread and pecan pie.
What could be sweeter?

DeeDee Stovel will entice


you with all manner of
recipes using fresh and
canned pumpkin.
San Jose Mercury News

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

DeeDee Stovel

37,000

copies in print

Peaches and Other


Juicy Fruits
olwen woodier

Dozens of recipes capture


the exceptional flavors of
peaches, plums, apricots,
and nectarines in sweet and
savory foods.

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-594-4; No. 67594

ISBN 978-1-58017-499-2; No. 67499

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

224 pages; 8 x 8

192 pages; 8 x 8

ISBN 978-1-60342-735-7; No. 62735

8-copy counter display

8-copy counter display

Full-color; photographs and

$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN

$87.60 US / $116.60 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-768-9; No. 67768

ISBN 978-1-58017-831-0; No. 67831

144 pages; 6 x 7

Chowderland
brooke dojny

Whether its Boston-Style Creamy Clam Chowder, Bermuda


Fish Chowder, or the Portuguese Caldo Verde Chowder, all
good chowders have this in common: they taste amazing!
Made with seafood or chicken, salt pork or bacon (or no
meat at all), and potatoes, chowder is an easy and delicious
one-pot dish we all love to eat, and cooks love discovering
all the ways to make it. Side dishes, salads, and desserts
complement and complete each warming meal. The stories,
facts, quotes, and historical tidbits throughout make
Chowderland a book every chowder lover will treasure.
Hardcover with jacket:

8-copy counter display

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-375-2; No. 622375

ISBN 978-1-61212-626-5

Full-color; photographs throughout

No. 622626

144 pages; 6 x 8

Maple Sugar
Tim Herd

The Apple Cookbook, 3rd Edition


olwen woodier

From sweet to savory, apples take center stage in more than


125 revised and updated recipes 30 of them new to this
edition. Apples enhance and complement other ingredients
in everything from soups and salads to entres and desserts,
including Farro with Mushroom, Onion, and Apple; Apple,
Sausage, and Cheese Strata; Ground Lamb Kebabs with
Apple Mint Raita; Fresh Apple and Mango Smoothie; and
Almond Apple Streusel. Its a collection that will delight
apple lovers for years to come.

197,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-518-3; No. 622518
Full-color; photographs and

8-copy counter display

illustrations throughout

$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN

240 pages; 7 x 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-954-2; No. 62954

33

6-copy counter display


$89.70 US / $119.70 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-630-2
No. 622630

AVAILABLE JUNE 2015

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

34

FOOD & DRINK

Lauren Chattman
Answers to more than 750
questions about ingredients,
ovens, and equipment; the
science behind baking; and
the unique properties of
every kind of baked good.
Included are solutions,
foolproof substitutions,
and 26 recipes.
Flexibind with paper spine:

8-copy counter display

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-439-4; No. 62439

ISBN 978-1-60342-495-0

Two-color; illustrations throughout

BACKLIST GOLD

The Baking
Answer Book

A World of Cake
Krystina Castella
Paper with flaps:
$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-576-6; No. 62576
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
352 pages; 9 x 10/

No. 62495

384 pages; 4 x 6/

The Donut Book

Sally Levitt Steinberg


Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club

101 Perfect Chocolate


Chip Cookies
Gwen Steege
94,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-548-7; No. 67548

ISBN 978-1-58017-312-4; No. 67312

Full-color; photographs and

Two-color; photographs throughout

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 8 x 8

192 pages; 8 x 8

8-copy counter display


$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-399-5; No. 67399

The Cleaner
Plate Club

The Good-to-Go
Cookbook

Beth Bader & Ali Benjamin

Kathleen Cannata Hanna

500 Treasured
Country Recipes

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-585-8; No. 62585

ISBN 978-1-60342-076-1; No. 62076

Full-color; photographs and

Two-color; illustrations throughout

90,000

illustrations throughout

336 pages; 8 x 8

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

312 pages; 7/ x 9

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-291-2; No. 67291

ISBN 978-1-60342-152-2; No. 62152

8-copy counter display

$135.60 US / $183.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-122-5; No. 62122

544 pages; 8 x 9/

416 pages; 8 x 9/

ISBN 978-1-58017-752-8; No. 67752

Herbal Teas

Chai

Country Tea Parties

Taking Time for Tea

Selection

Selection

The Locavore Way


Amy Cotler

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-453-0; No. 62453
Two-color; illustrations throughout
256 pages; 6 x 8

Kathleen Brown
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club

Martha Storey & Friends


Selection of The Good Cook
Book Club
copies in print

Diana Rosen
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-166-3; No. 67166

250 Treasured
Country Desserts
Andrea Chesman
& Fran Raboff

S
 election of The Good Cook
and HomeStyle Book Clubs

Maggie Stuckey

of HomeStyle

Book Club
49,000

copies in print

Moms Best
Crowd-Pleasers
Andrea Chesman

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-629-3; No. 67629
Two-color; illustrations throughout
208 pages; 8 x 8

Diana Rosen

of HomeStyle

Book Club

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-099-4; No. 67099

illustrations throughout

Hardcover with jacket:

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; photographs and

160 pages; 7 x 7

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-245-5; No. 67245

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-935-9; No. 66935

Full-color; illustrations throughout

160 pages; 7 x 7

Full-color; illustrations throughout

80 pages; 7 x 7

64 pages; 7 x 7

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Hardcover with jacket:

FOOD & DRINK

Lauren Chattman

Even beginners can successfully bake their own bread


with this in-depth course
in core bread-making
techniques. From choosing
flour to measuring, kneading, proofing, shaping,
storing, and slicing, here
is everything home bakers
need to know to make artisanal loaves of every style.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-791-3; No. 62791
Two-color; photographs and

Ghoulish Goodies
Sharon Bowers

Spiderweb Cookies, big bowls


of Sticks and Stones Caramel
Corn all of these 70 kidfriendly recipes are perfect
contributions to school
Halloween events, tailgating
parties, neighborhood open
houses, adult costume parties,
and even afternoon play dates.
84,000

Cookie Craft
Christmas

Valerie Peterson
& Janice Fryer
More than 60 Christmas
cookie designs, along with
festive New Years cookies
and lovely Hanukkah treats,
will challenge and delight
every cookie decorator.
36,000

copies in print

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-146-1; No. 62146
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 7 x 8

BACKLIST GOLD

Bread Making:
A Home Course

Cookie Craft

Valerie Peterson & Janice Fryer


From rolling and baking to flooding and piping, here
are all the tips and tricks that turn plain cookies into
special-occasion treats. Also included are instructions
for making stand-up cookies, tips on creating icing color
palettes, advice on planning decorating parties, and
information on freezing and shipping.

Hardcover with jacket:


$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-440-0; No. 62440
Full-color; photographs throughout
176 pages; 5 x 6

illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display

296 pages; 7 x 9

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-501-8; No. 62501

35

S
 election of The Good Cook Book Club

69,000

copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-559-6; No. 622559

$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN

Hardcover: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-624-1

ISBN 978-1-58017-694-1; No. 67694

No. 622624

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
168 pages; 7 x 9

An innovative way
to reweave the fabric
of community that
todays children and
families desperately
need block by
block, bowl by bowl.

Picnic

DeeDee Stovel
Here are more than 125 recipes for dishes that pack and
travel well and taste great
when fresh air is added.

Selection of The Good Cook


Book Club

154,000

copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-377-3; No. 67377
Two-color; illustrations throughout
192 pages; 8 x 8
8-copy counter display
$79.60 US / $111.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-396-4; No. 67396

How to Make
Chocolate Candies
bill collins

Making chocolate candies at


home is so much fun! Readers learn easy techniques
for tempering chocolate,
working with thickeners,
boiling sugar, using piping
bags, and shaping and filling
molded chocolates to make
rolled and filled chocolates,
nut barks, chocolate-covered
fruits, and fudge.
Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-357-8; No. 622357
Illustrations throughout
96 pages; 5 x 7

Knife Skills
bill collins

Good knife skills are the key


to feeling comfortable in the
kitchen. Chef Bill Collins explains how to pick out knives
that fit the hand and how to
slice, chop, peel, bone, and
dice with ease. The step-bystep instructions and illustrations also show readers how
to cut and carve seafood,
poultry, meats, fruits, and
vegetables.

Marian Wright
Edelman, president
of children's

defense fund

BEST
SELLER!

Soup Night

maggie stuckey
Organized by season, Soup Night features cooking tips
and soup recipes as well as breads, salads, and desserts.
The book inspires readers to join the soup night tradition
and offers organizational advice, as well as profiles of
neighborhood soup nights and others that take place in
urban centers, churches, and community centers.
Selection

of HomeStyle, The Good Cook,

and One Spirit Book Clubs

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-379-0; No. 622379

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-099-7; No. 622099

illustrations throughout

112 pages; 5 x 7

304 pages; 8 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

FOOD & DRINK

36

From Vines to Wines, 5th edition


jeff cox

From breaking ground to savoring the finished product,


every aspect of growing flawless grapes and making
extraordinary wine is covered in this classic guide, now
revised and updated. Illustrated instructions explain how
to choose and prepare a vineyard site; build effective trellising systems; select, plant, prune, and harvest the right
grapes based on climate; press, ferment, age, and bottle
wine; and judge wine for clarity, color, aroma, and taste.
This edition features all-new information on making sparkling wines, ice wines, port-style wines, and dessert wines.
199,000

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Whether you plan to


grow [grapes] or make
your own wine or just
want to understand
what youre seeing when you visit a
winery or vineyard,
this book will prove
invaluable.
San Francisco
Examiner

copies in print

The Winemakers
Answer Book
Alison Crowe

This handy little Q & A book


answers the questions and
solves the problems that keep
home winemakers awake,
worrying about whether their
wine will be drinkable. From
choosing grapes to sanitizing bottles, this reassuring
reference explains the entire
process and offers proven
solutions for fixing problems.
36,000

copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout


384 pages; 4 x 6/

Pattie Vargas
& Rich Gulling

These 125 unique recipes


use herbs, fruits, and
flowers to make unusual,
great-tasting wines.
48,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-182-3; No. 67182
176 pages; 6 x 9

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-990-0; No. 62990
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
208 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-209-7; No. 67209


272 pages; 8 x 8

264 pages; 6 x 9

Steve Hughes offers home


winemakers all the know-how
they need to set up a home
winery and build the basic
equipment for just a fraction
of the cost of store-bought.
He includes building plans
and step-by-step instructions
for more than 30 winemaking essentials including a
crusher, a de-stemmer, presses,
pumps, and a bottle filler.

48,000

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


Two-color

Illustrations throughout

Steve Hughes

Here are 115 delectable wine


recipes to guide home winemakers through everything
from making their first wine
from a kit to mastering
advanced techniques for
making wine from grapes.

ISBN 978-1-58017-656-9; No. 67656

ISBN 978-1-61212-438-4; No. 622438

Making Wild
Wines & Meads

Gene Spaziani & Ed


Halloran

Flexibind: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

The Homebuilt
Winery

The Home
Winemakers
Companion

Making & Using


Vinegar
bill collins

Chef Bill Collins teaches readers how to make basic vinegar,


including wine, apple cider,
malt, white, and rice, and
shows the versatility of this
essential kitchen ingredient
with instructions for cooking
with it and for flavoring it
with herbs.
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-381-3; No. 622381

Herbal Vinegar
Maggie Oster
Recipes for making dozens of
vinegars feature various herbs,
spices, vegetables, and flowers. Also included are recipes
for using flavored vinegars in
basic vinaigrettes, fruit and
vegetable salsas, flavorful and
tenderizing marinades, spicy
dessert sauces, and more.
Selection

of The Good Cook

Book Club
160,000

copies in print

Illustrations throughout

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

96 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-0-88266-843-7; No. 66843


176 pages; 7/ x 9

Cellaring Wine
Jeff Cox

This complete sourcebook for


enjoying perfectly matured
wine even includes building
instructions for various types
of storage. Jeff Cox provides
a system for selecting wines
that will age well, laying them
down properly, and knowing
when the wines are at their
peak and perfect for drinking.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-474-9; No. 67474
Two-color; illustrations throughout
272 pages; 6 x 9

Herb Mixtures
& Spicy Blends
Maggie Oster
Gathered from herb shops
and herb farms across North
America, here are more than
100 recipes for using spice
rubs and herb blends to
flavor foods without adding
fat or calories.
75,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-918-2; No. 66918
Illustrations throughout
160 pages; 7/ x 9

FOOD & DRINK

Stephen Cresswell

Included are recipes for


delicious old favorites, such
as Root Beer, Birch Beer, and
Ginger Beer, as well as Raspberry Shrub, Coffee Whizzer,
and Fruit Smoothies.
55,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-052-9; No. 67052
Two-color
128 pages; 7/ x 9

Homemade Soda
Andrew Schloss

With this book, anyone can


easily make a spectacular variety of beverages, including
Pomegranate Punch, Sangria
Shrub, Maraschino Ginger
Ale, and Berry Vinegar
Cordial. There are recipes
for re-creating the flavors
of favorite commercial soft
drinks, as well as recipes for
using soda in decadent desserts and adult cocktails.

Homemade Liqueurs
and Infused Spirits
andrew schloss

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

These 157 liqueur and spirit


recipes are organized by flavoring, which includes fruit,
vegetables, herbs and spices,
nuts and seeds, flowers, coffee,
tea, chocolate, cream, caramel,
honey, and butterscotch.
Recipes include 21 name-brand
clones, such as Chambord and
Baileys. There are also 80 more
recipes for cocktails that use
liqueurs, making this the onestop shop for creating fantastically flavored drinks.

ISBN 978-1-60342-796-8; No. 62796

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-098-0; No. 622098

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

336 pages; 7 x 9

272 pages; 7 x 9

S
 election of The Good Cook
Book Club

BACKLIST GOLD

Homemade Root
Beer, Soda & Pop

37

Finally, a cookbook
made for beer geeks!
Saveur.com
BEST
SELLER!

The American Craft Beer Cookbook


john holl

Beer writer John Holl has visited 900 brewpubs and breweries and gotten to know the people behind them. In The
American Craft Beer Cookbook, he profiles his favorites and
shares 150 of their beloved recipes for food that tastes amazing with beer. From Pigs in a Blanket and Free-Range Super
Pancakes to Barley-Crusted Tuna Sandwiches and Roasted
Chipotle Salsa Burgers, these recipes fan the craft beer fire
with flavors that enhance the taste of a good cold one.
37,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-090-4; No. 622090
Full-color; photographs throughout
352 pages; 8 x 9
5-copy counter display
$99.75 US / $134.75 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-355-4
No. 622355

This book makes


me thirsty! And its
beautiful, practical,
and creative.
Jim Minick, author of

The Blueberry Years

Coffee Time

Patrick Merrell
& Helene Hovanec
Coffee Time is a challenging
collection of crossword
puzzles, word searches,
graphic mazes, and sudoku.
Quirky trivia, fun factoids,
and caffeinated quotations
engage puzzlers between
challenges. For the latteobsessed, the coffee-crazed,
and the espresso-addicted,
here is the perfect little gift.
49,000

copies in print

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-683-5; No. 67683
Two-color; illustrations throughout

The Secret Life


of Beer!
Alan D. Eames

Untold stories, lore, and


references to beer in poetry,
song, literature, and history
will fascinate readers and
provide a steady source of
beer trivia.
85,000

copies in print

Cordials from
Your Kitchen
Pattie Vargas
& Rich Gulling

Create delicious, elegant


liqueurs for entertaining or
gift giving. Included are more
than 100 easy recipes.
48,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-986-1; No. 66986

ISBN 978-1-58017-601-9; No. 67601

Two-color

Two-color; illustrations throughout


384 pages; 4 x 4
8-copy counter display
$71.60 US / $95.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-794-8; No. 67794

176 pages; 7/ x 9

Drink the Harvest

nan k. chase and deneice c. guest


Nan Chase and DeNeice Guest share techniques and recipes
for making everything from juice to wines and syrups to
teas. Homemade juices and fermented beverages such as
peach juice or pear cider are nutritious alternatives to sugary store-bought beverages. Syrups made from watermelon,
mint, or fruit juice can be used to create drinks all ages
will love. Wines, meads, and specialty drinks containing
passionflowers, spiced apples, and more will liven up any
festivity. This book teaches readers all the techniques for
creating delicious and nutritious drinks to enjoy year-round.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-159-8; No. 622159

232 pages; 7 x 9

320 pages; 4 x 4

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

FOOD & DRINK

38

Tasting Whiskey
lew bryson

BACKLIST GOLD

Whether you're a novice drinker or a malt


connoisseur, Bryson
has something to teach
you and you'll enjoy
every word.
Clay Risen, author of
American Whiskey,
Bourbon and Rye

Lew Bryson, managing editor of Whisky Advocate magazine,


has traveled to all the worlds whiskey centers. He has the
perfect blend of knowledge, experience, and passion when
it comes to whiskey, and in Tasting Whiskey, he shares all of
that with readers. Whiskey lovers will devour this fresh and
comprehensive guide to everything there is to know about
the worlds whiskeys from the distilling traditions of the
regions where different types are made to how to serve, taste,
collect, and age whiskey, and much more. There are even
recipes for cocktails and suggestions for food pairings. This is
the guide no whiskey drinker will want to be without!

Cider

Annie proulx
& lew nichols
Cider making is easy and fun,
and this book guides cider
makers through every step,
from choosing and planting
the best apple varieties to
building an apple press, making different kinds of sweet
and hard ciders (including
blended and sparkling varieties), and cooking with cider
as an ingredient.
112,000

copies in print

ISBN: 978-1-61212-301-1
No. 622301

256 pages; 7 x 9

Scott R. Russell
Readers learn to clone the
best 150 beers in North
America. Organized by the
breweries location, each
recipe comes complete with
partial-mash, all-extract, and
all-grain instructions.

Brew Ware

Karl F. Lutzen
& Mark Stevens

ISBN 978-1-58017-246-2; No. 67246

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Two-color

47,000

ISBN 978-1-60342-539-1; No. 62539

176 pages; 7/ x 9

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color
440 pages; 7 x 9

copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Lee W. Janson, PhD, MD


Now every homebrewer can
make better beer simply by
understanding the basic science behind the components
of beer and fermentation,
and whats happening at each
stage of the process.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-940-3; No. 66940
128 pages; 6 x 9

432 pages; 4 x 6/
10-copy mixed counter display

$149.50 US / $199.50 CAN

Homebrew Favorites
Karl F. Lutzen
& Mark Stevens

Create new and unusual homebrewed favorites with recipes


guaranteed to work well with
home equipment. Included are
more than 240 beer and ale
recipes contributed by brewing
suppliers, homebrew clubs,
and individual artisans across
North America.
88,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-613-6; No. 66613

ISBN 978-0-88266-926-7; No. 66926

256 pages; 6 x 9

Illustrations throughout
272 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

ISBN 978-1-58017-675-0; No. 67675

Brew Chem 101

ISBN 978-1-58017-722-1; No. 67722

This is the complete guide to


choosing or making the right
equipment for any homebrewing endeavor. It contains stepby-step projects and devices
for ingredient processing and
storage, working with wort,
chilling and aerating wort, fermenting, measuring, bottling,
kegging, and mashing.

118,000

Flexibind: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Answer Book

224 pages; 6 x 9

Revised, updated, and


expanded, this second edition
of CloneBrews contains 50
brand-new recipes, fully
updated mashing guidelines,
and a Food Pairing feature
that recommends the best
foods for every beer.

copies in print

Answer Book and The Winemaker's

illustrations throughout

Tess & Mark Szamatulski

36,000

5 copies each of The Homebrewer's

Illustrations throughout

North American
CloneBrews

An essential reference to help


readers fix the problems, understand the chemistry, and
achieve flavor and balance in
their homebrewed beers.

ISBN 978-1-58017-520-3; No. 67520

Full-color; photographs and

BEST
SELLER!

Ashton Lewis

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

CloneBrews,
2nd Edition

The Homebrewers
Answer Book

More Homebrew
Favorites
Karl F. Lutzen
& Mark Stevens

Homebrew clubs, brewing


suppliers, and homebrewers
everywhere took up the call
to contribute to this collection of the 260 best of the
best homebrewing recipes.
Straightforward directions for
each are included.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-968-7; No. 66968
320 pages; 6 x 9

FOOD & DRINK

39

RANDY MOSHER

Brewing
Made Easy,
2nd Edition

Joe Fisher & Dennis Fisher


This foolproof beginners
guide strips away the mysteries and ensures success with
simple, step-by-step instructions. It offers 25 great recipes
for a variety of beer styles.
Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-138-3; No. 622138
Illustrations throughout
104 pages; 6 x 7

The Homebrewers
Garden

Sustainable
Homebrewing

Readers will learn how to


greatly enhance the flavor,
aroma, and uniqueness of
their homebrew by growing their own hops, brewing
herbs, and malt grains.

In the first all-organic guide


to brewing beer, Amelia
Slayton Loftus introduces
readers to the process of
making beers using organic
ingredients and eco-friendly
practices and covers everything from brewing all-grain
beer to growing beer ingredients such as hops and fruit
and reducing the eco-impact
of brewing.

Joe Fisher & Dennis Fisher

58,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-010-9; No. 67010
Illustrations throughout
192 pages; 6 x 9

6-copy counter display

amelia slayton loftus

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

$77.70 US / $107.70 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-123-9; No. 622123

ISBN 978-1-61212-165-9; No. 622165

Illustrations throughout
368 pages; 6 x 9

Beer for All Seasons


Best-selling beer author Randy Mosher leads a delicious
tour of beer-tasting opportunities through the year.
Organized by season, the book shares all the best summer
fests and seasonal beer releases and describes the best
beers to drink the ones that are perfect for warm spring
afternoons, barbecues with friends, traditional Thanksgiving
dinners, and icy winter nights. Fun, fresh, and full of inside
information, its the book for every beer lover.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-347-9; No. 622347 $119.60 US / $159.60 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-604-3
Full-color; photographs and
No. 622604

illustrations throughout
200 pages; 6 x 8

A primer on how
to become a beer
taster rather than
just a beer drinker.
Ann Luisa Cortissoz,
the boston globe

BEST
SELLER!

Dave Millers
Homebrewing Guide
Dave Miller

This comprehensive overview


guides homebrewers step-bystep through the best techniques for the entire brewing
process. Clear enough for the
novice but thorough enough
to earn a home in the libraries of brewmasters, this is the
essential volume on brewing
great-tasting beer at home.
93,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-905-2; No. 66905
Illustrations throughout
368 pages; 6 x 9

Brew Like a Pro

Vintage Beer

In Brew Like a Pro, the


legendary Dave Miller reveals
the secrets of truly great
draft- and pub-style brewing.
He offers recipes for small
batches of classic, all-grain
brews that stay fresh in kegs
for months, eliminating the
need for bottling. And he
includes complete plans for
a professional-quality home
system that requires just 18
square feet of space.

Patrick Dawson explains how


to identify a cellar-worthy
beer, how to plan and set up
a beer cellar, what to look for
when tasting vintage beers,
and the fascinating science
behind the aging process.
The book includes a guide to
selecting already-aged beers.

Paper : $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

dave miller

patrick dawson

Tasting Beer
The first comprehensive book on tasting, appreciating, and
understanding craft beers, Tasting Beer discusses the ingredients and brewing methods that make each brew unique
and explains how to identify the scents, colors, flavors, and
mouthfeel of all the major beer styles. Proper serving and
storage conditions, classic food and beer pairings, and recommended brews in each of more than 50 worldwide beer
styles encourage readers to expand their beer horizons.
150,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

5-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-156-7; No. 622156

ISBN 978-1-60342-089-1; No. 62089

$84.75 US / $114.75 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-945-0

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

No. 62945

160 pages; 6 x 8

256 pages; 7 x 9

ISBN 978-1-61212-050-8; No. 622050


Two-color; illustrations throughout
272 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

40

CRAFTS
The Crochet Answer Book,
2nd edition

The Knitting Answer Book,


2nd edition

This classic has been updated to answer even


more crochet questions, with new questions
on broomstick lace, linked stitches, crochet
cables, and much more. Included are illustrations for left-handed crocheters; up-to-theminute information on Internet resources;
and new and unusual techniques, such as
Tunisian crochet.

This thoroughly revised and updated edition


includes more than a dozen new cast ons and
bind offs; new techniques for beading and knitting backwards; tips for measuring gauge on
tricky fabrics; fresh information on interpreting
patterns and adjusting patterns to fit; and more!

edie eckman

BEST
SELLER!
Flexibind with cloth spine:

206,000

margaret radcliffe

BESTR!
E
SELL

copies in print

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-406-3; No. 622406
Two-color; illustrations throughout
408 pages; 4 x 6/

231,000

copies in print

Flexibind with cloth spine:

8-copy mixed counter display

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

4 copies each of The Crochet Answer

ISBN 978-1-61212-404-9; No. 622404

Book and The Knitting Answer Book

Two-color; illustrations throughout

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

440 pages; 4 x 6/

ISBN 978-1-61212-553-4; No. 622553

BEST-SELLING ONE-SKEIN WONDERS SERIES


So Many Wonderful
One-Skein Ideas in One Series!
4 9 6 , 5 0 0 CO P I E S I N P R I N T
edited by judith durant

It takes so little yarn to make something wonderful!


Each One-Skein Wonders book has 101 projects that
celebrate a variety of yarns and techniques for making
beautiful creations all with a single skein!

Crochet
One-Skein Wonders
One-Skein Wonders 123,000 copies in print

JUDITH DURANT & EDIE ECKMAN

64,500 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-042-3; No. 622042
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-645-3; No. 67645
Two-color with 24-page full-color
insert; photographs and
illustrations throughout
240 pages; 8 x 8

Lace
One-Skein Wonders

38,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-058-4; No. 622058
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
304 pages; 8 x 8

288 pages; 8 x 8

8-copy counter displays


$151.60 US / $207.60 CAN
Crochet One-Skein Wonders
ISBN 978-1-61212-288-5; No. 622288
One-Skein Wonders
ISBN 978-1-58017-728-3; No. 67728

One-Skein Wonders Series


16-copy floor display
4 copies each of Crochet One-Skein
Wonders, Lace One-Skein Wonders,
One-Skein Wonders, and Sock Yarn
One-Skein Wonders
$303.20 US / $415.20 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-771-5; No. 62771

Sock Yarn
101 Designer
One-Skein Wonders One-Skein Wonders
84,000 copies in print

102,000

copies in print

Luxury Yarn
One-Skein Wonders

ISBN 978-1-61212-403-2; No. 622403

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-579-7; No. 62579

ISBN 978-1-58017-688-0; No. 67688

ISBN 978-1-60342-079-2; No. 62079

Full-color; photographs and

Two-color with 32-page full-color

Two-color with 48-page full-color

illustrations throughout

insert; illustrations throughout

insert; photographs and illustrations

288 pages; 8 x 8

256 pages; 8 x 8

throughout

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders


ISBN 978-1-60342-758-6; No. 62758
101 Designer One-Skein Wonders
ISBN 978-1-58017-708-5; No. 67708
Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders
ISBN 978-1-60342-111-9; No. 62111

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

85,000 copies in print

Lace One-Skein Wonders

272 pages; 8 x 8

CRAFTS

Knit Your Socks


on Straight

Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time
Socks

Finally, here is a way to knit


socks on straight needles!
With step-by-step visual
instructions for this groundbreaking technique, along
with 20 unique patterns that
creatively incorporate the seam
into the design, the book features a variety of yarn weights
and motifs and instructions for
a wide range of sizes.

Toe-up knitting allows the


knitter to try on the socks as
she works and avoid using the
kitchener stitch to finish off
the toes. The book includes 15
original sock designs for men,
women, children, and babies.

alice curtis

Selection

of Crafters Choice

Book Club

Melissa Morgan-Oakes

Selection

of Crafters Choice

Book Club

85,000 copies in print

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:


$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-533-9; No. 62533

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-008-9; No. 622008

176 pages; 7 x 9

Full-color; photographs throughout

BEST
SELLER!

2-at-a-Time Socks

Melissa Morgan-Oakes
Knitting one sock is fun and
rewarding, but finishing the
second one can be boring.
Now an easy-to-learn new
technique enables stitchers
to work on two socks at
one time. Step-by-step
photographs illustrate the
method of casting on and
knitting two socks together
on one long circular needle.

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

BEST
SELLER!

126,000 copies in print

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:


$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-691-0; No. 67691
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
144 pages; 7 x 9

41

The ultimate
reference on
shaping for every
level of knitter.
Margaret Radcliffe,
author of the

knowledgeable
knitter

Increase, Decrease
judith durant

The key to creating any beautifully finished project is


in knowing how to use the right increase or decrease
technique to shape the knitting. Judith Durant's valuable
tool kit includes more than 60 methods for increasing and
decreasing knitting stitches. Each method includes stepby-step how-to photographs, swatches showing the look of
the featured stitch, and a list of best uses for each. Readers
will find the appropriate technique for every use, whether
increasing from the center, shaping sleeves and necklines,
working shaped lace, or decreasing for the top of a hat.
Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-331-8; No. 622331

256 pages; 5 x 7

144 pages; 7 x 9

Leslie Ann provides not


only the how-to, but the
why and where as well!
Cast On, Bind Off should
be part of every knitters
library.
Judy Becker, author of

Knit Socks!

Betsy Lee McCarthy


With these cozy, colorful
sock patterns and simple
instructions, even beginners
can make great socks on the
first try.

80,000 copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-549-0; No. 62549
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
176 pages; 6 x 9

The Knitters
Life List
Gwen W. Steege

Kristin Knits

Nicholas applies her magical


way with color to 27 stunning
new patterns for hats, mittens,
scarves, socks, and sweaters,
using her distinctive palette
to create knitted art. And
believing that everyone
can have fun with color,
she encourages knitters to
develop personally inspiring
fiber palettes for every project.

Paper with flaps:

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-60342-996-2; No. 62996


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 9

BEST
SELLER!

Kristin Nicholas

Here at last is a richly


illustrated compilation of
more than 1,000 experiences
and adventures that knitters
wont want to miss: unusual
yarns, classic techniques,
time-honored patterns, innovative designers, museums,
books, festivals and retreats,
and much more.
$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Beyond Toes: Knitting


Adventures with Judys
Magic Cast-On

$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Cast On, Bind Off


Leslie Ann Bestor

This one-of-a-kind reference presents more than 50 ways to


cast on and bind off, from the charming bobbles of the picot
approach to the tidy, refined edges of the tubular method.
Detailed instructions for each technique are combined with
step-by-step photography so that nothing is left to chance.
At-a-glance charts identify the right cast on or bind off for
various types of knitting, as well as cast on/bind off pairs
that work well together.

Selection of Crafters Choice Book Club

88,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-678-1; No. 67678

Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-724-1; No. 62724

216 pages; 5 x 7

208 pages; 8 x 10

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

42

CRAFTS

Karen Tiede

Karen Tiede offers directions for crafting


designer-style rag rugs from strips of fabric,
using an innovative technique with large knitting needles and new or recycled fabric. Her
28 different rugs draw inspiration from ageold motifs, including stripes and spirals and
traditional quilt patterns. The rugs require
just a basic knowledge of the knit stitch and
are worked in modular sections that are later
sewn together, making the craft portable and
easy to handle. Knitters, sewists, quilters,
and the growing group of crafters who love
discovering creative ways to use recycled materials will be amazed at the possibilities.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-448-3; No. 622448

184 pages; 8 x 9

NEW &
NOTEWORTHY

Knitting Fabric Rugs

Knit Scarves!
candi Jensen

70,000 copies in print

Die-cut hardcover:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-577-7; No. 67577
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

Knit One, Bead Too


Judith Durant

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:


$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-149-2; No. 62149
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 7 x 9

96 pages; 7 x 9

AVAILABLE JULY 2015

The ultimate reference resource for knitters


who dont just want to know how but are
also curious as to why.
Gwen Bortner, teacher and partner at EduKnit.com

The Knowledgeable Knitter


margaret radcliffe
BEST
SELLER!
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-040-9; No. 622040
Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-414-8; No. 622414
Full-color; photographs and

This is the definitive reference for any level of knitter


who wants to produce better-fitting garments and
more professional-looking projects. Radcliffe demystifies and explains the why behind every knitting
technique, from modifying necklines to fixing holes
and dropped stitches and creating the sleekest-looking
edges and seams. An illustrated glossary of techniques
completes this exhaustive, yet accessible, volume.
Selection

of Crafters Choice Book Club

Knitting Loves Crochet Hooked on Crochet


Candi Jensen

candi jensen

Selection

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

of Crafters Choice

Book Club
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-842-6; No. 67842
Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-547-0; No. 67547


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
144 pages; 8 x 10

192 pages; 8 x 9

illustrations throughout
296 pages; 8 x 10/

This warm and friendly book is an ideal way to


master new skills in a short time. It is a treasure
for any beginning to intermediate knitter.
Beth Brown-Reinsel, instructor, knitwear designer, and
author of Knitting Ganseys

Circular Knitting Workshop


Margaret Radcliffe

BEST
SELLER!

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-999-3; No. 62999
Full-color; photographs throughout
320 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Fair Isle, twined, helix, tubular, double knitting, and


other classic circular knitting techniques are detailed
in step-by-step photographic sequences. Radcliffe
includes 35 demonstration projects so knitters can
practice each technique on a mini-version of a sock,
hat, bag, mitten, sweater, or vest before applying it to
a larger project. She also shows how to convert any
straight-needle pattern for use with circular needles.
This is a complete course in one book, suitable even
for beginners.

Knit One, Felt Too


Kathleen taylor

Selection of Crafters Choice


Book Club

80,000

copies in print

Felt It!

Maggie Pace

S
 election of Crafters Choice
Book Club

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-635-4; No. 67635

ISBN 978-1-58017-497-8; No. 67497

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout
152 pages; 9 x 8/

Selection of Crafters Choice Book Club

illustrations throughout

52,000 copies in print

176 pages; 9 x 8/

CRAFTS

How to Knit

How to Crochet

Leslie Ann Bestors friendly


and authoritative voice leads
the reader through clear
how-to drawings, giving
new knitters the confidence
they need to succeed while
they learn how to choose
needles and yarn, cast on,
execute stitches, and bind
off. Bestor also explains
how to read a pattern and
demonstrates methods for
increasing, decreasing, and
repairing mistakes.

With Sara Delaney as the


teacher, learning to crochet
is fun. Beginners will
succeed from the start with
her techniques for working
a basic chain and creating
single and double crochet
stitches. Projects such as a
simple pot holder or scarf
offer the opportunity to
practice changing colors,
joining, fastening off, reading
crochet patterns, and working
with different shapes.

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-359-2; No. 622359

ISBN 978-1-61212-392-9; No. 622392

Illustrations throughout
112 pages; 5 x 7

leslie ann bestor

sara delaney

Knit Christmas
Stockings
2nd Edition

edited by gwen w. steege


Knit Christmas Stockings
includes 19 festive stocking
and ornament patterns and
explains techniques for
felting, making a variety
of hangers and decorative
bobbles, and blocking
stockings.

BACKLIST GOLD

BEST
SELLER!

43

In this indispensable


book, Ohrenstein covers
everything any crocheter,
from beginner to expert,
needs to know accompanied by clear photo
tutorials, swatches, and
stitch diagrams.
Kim Werker, Craftsy.com
crochet instructor
and author of

Make It Mighty Ugly

The Crocheters
Skill-Building Workshop
dora ohrenstein

Designer and author Dora Ohrenstein is leading the way


in shaping the fresh, fashionable face of crochet. In The
Crocheters Skill-Building Workshop she introduces the
surprising range of stitch patterns and shapes achievable
with a crochet hook, as well as the wide variety of ways
they can be used in creating elegant wearables and accessories. The book features 75 stitch-along swatches, shown
in an appealing palette of desirable yarns, along with
projects for using the swatch techniques to make a hat,
shawl, neck warmer, bag, and scarf.

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-252-6; No. 622252
Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

Selection of Crafters Choice Book Club

136 pages; 6 x 9

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-246-5; No. 622246

illustrations throughout

128 pages; 5 x 7

$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN

256 pages; 8 x 10

ISBN 978-1-61212-497-1; No. 622497

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR EDIE ECKMAN

BEST
SELLER!

BEST
SELLER!

Around the Corner


Crochet Borders

Connect the Shapes


Crochet Motifs

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

A crochet border is the


perfect finishing touch on
the edges of any fiber project.
But the technique is rarely
simple, and most edging
patterns dont include specific
instructions. Here, Edie
Eckman offers 150 colorful
crochet frames that do.

Many crocheters love to


stitch motifs but dread the
process of joining them. Edie
Eckmans guide to creative
joining techniques shows
how to combine multiples of
a motif to form a whole new
pattern, from lacy links to
three-dimensional effects.

ISBN 978-1-61212-329-5; No. 622329

Christmas Crochet
for Hearth, Home
& Tree
Twenty exciting projects
include eight different stockings, festive ornaments for
trees and tabletops, a tree
skirt, and other decorations
for the home.

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout

M
 ain Selection of Crafters
Choice Book Club

103,000

copies in print

Book Club
Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs


Crochet motifs can be circles, stars, triangles, hexagons, and much more. Here are 144 designs of every
size and shape, guaranteed to keep crocheters happy
for years as they experiment with color combinations,
different sizes, and endless uses for the finished
motifs. Sixty clever project ideas show readers how to
create wearables, accessories, and soft home goods.

Selection of Crafters Choice Book Club

151,000

copies in print

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-973-3; No. 62973

$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-039-6; No. 62039

208 pages; 7 x 9

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

320 pages; 8 x 6

272 pages; 7 x 10

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-538-4; No. 62538

ISBN 978-1-61212-561-9; No. 622561

S
 election of Crafters Choice

BEST
SELLER!

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

184 pages; 6 x 9

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

A fabulous book for


the experienced crochet enthusiast and a
source of inspiration for
the ambitious rookie.
The Grand Rapids Press

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

44

CRAFTS

BEST
SELLER!

The Spinners Book


of Fleece

The Spinners
Book of Yarn Designs

Beth Smith demonstrates the


specific methods for working
with fiber from 21 different
breeds to achieve the best
results, no matter what the
project. Each chapter covers
a group of sheep with similar
characteristics: fine wool,
longwool, down breeds, and
multicoat breeds. Profiles
include photos of the sheep
and its locks, as well as a
brief breed history.

Lush photographs illustrate


the process of turning fleece
into yarn, reveal the unique
architecture of 80 distinctive
yarns, and show exactly how
to manipulate and combine
fibers to get the desired results. A must-have reference
for every spinner!

beth smith

Sarah anderson

The Fleece & Fiber


Sourcebook

The Field Guide


to Fleece

This one-of-a-kind photographic encyclopedia features


more than 200 animals and
the fibers they produce. Each
entry includes photographs of
the featured animal; samples
of its raw fleece, its cleaned
fleece, and yarn spun from
the fleece; and samples of the
yarn knit and woven.

Deborah Robson &


Carol Ekarius

deborah robson and


carol ekarius

$27.50 US / $36.50 CAN

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-60342-738-8; No. 62738

$35.00 US / $47.00 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-711-1; No. 62711

A quick pocket-size
reference to 100 sheep
breeds, the characteristics
of their fleece, and the
kinds of projects for which
their fleece is most suited.
Each breed profile includes
a photograph of the animal
and details about its origin
and conservation status, as
well as the weight, staple
length, fiber diameter, and
natural colors of its fleece.

ISBN 978-1-61212-039-3; No. 622039

256 pages; 8 x 9

Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-178-9; No. 622178

illustrations throughout

448 pages; 8 x 10

Full-color; photographs throughout

Hardcover with 32 technique


cards in an envelope:

Crispina FFRench
Recycled wool sweaters are
given new life in Crispina
ffrenchs creative hands.
Using simple sewing skills
and basic stitching tools,
crafters will learn ffrenchs
techniques for felting, cutting,
and reassembling wool
knitwear. Its all about artfully
mixing and matching to create
pleasing new items.

Gail Callahan

With just some yarn, dye,


and heat, fiber enthusiasts
can satisfy every color craving
in their home kitchens. The
book includes advice on color
theory and types of dyes, as
well as eight projects using
colorful yarns.
Hardcover with concealed wire-o:
$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-468-4; No. 62468
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
168 pages; 7 x 9

232 pages; 5 x 7

256 pages; 8 x 9

The Sweater
Chop Shop

Hand Dyeing Yarn


and Fleece

Knitting Rules!

stephanie pearl-mcphee
This celebration of knitting
offers simple instructions
for making hats, socks, and
scarves, side by side with
tongue-in-cheek warnings,
realities, and fantasies
about knitting and the
people who do it.
93,000

copies in print

Stephanie PearlMcPhee Casts Off

stephanie pearl-mcphee
Pearl-McPhees witty
commentary on the
language, beliefs, etiquette,
and cultural customs of the
world of knitters will have
readers in stitches.

51,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-658-3; No. 67658

ISBN 978-1-58017-834-1; No. 67834

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

224 pages; 6 x 8

Things I Learned
from Knitting
. . . whether I wanted to or not

stephanie pearl-mcphee

Age-old aphorisms are seen


in fresh, funny ways when
the best-selling Yarn Harlot
examines their meaning from
behind her knitting needles.
51,000

copies in print

Hardcover with jacket:


$10.95 US / $14.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-062-4; No. 62062
Two-color

At Knits End

stephanie pearl-mcphee
Pearl-McPhee knows that
the real spirit of knitting lies
somewhere between obsession
and insanity! This hilarious
book will have obsessive
knitters everywhere laughing
in relieved recognition.
Selection

of Crafters Choice

Book Club
121,000

copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-589-0; No. 67589

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

224 pages; 6 x 8

ISBN 978-1-60342-155-3; No. 62155

8-copy counter display

Full-color; photographs and

$119.60 US / $.0 CAN

8-copy counter display

$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-724-5; No. 67724

$79.60 US / $111.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-759-7; No. 67759

176 pages; 9 x 8/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

8-copy counter display

160 pages; 4 x 6

320 pages; 4 x 6

ISBN 978-1-58017-786-3; No. 67786

CRAFTS

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

CUT

45

BEST
SELLER!

How to Make
a Quilt

The Quilting
Answer Book

With basic sewing skills and


Barbara Weiland Talberts
step-by-step instructions, any
sewist can learn how to make
his or her first patchwork
quilt. The complete process is
outlined in an easy-to-follow
sequence, from selecting a
design and fabric to cutting
pieces, assembling blocks
and the quilt top, and, finally,
finishing the quilt.

More than 275 quilting


quandaries are solved by a
quilter who has worked with
stitchers of all levels. Talbert
guides readers through cutting, piecing, appliqu work,
borders, and binding and
offers welcome advice on
materials, equipment, care,
and storage.

barbara weiland talbert

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Barbara Weiland Talbert

M
 ain Selection of Crafters

73,000 copies in print

Choice Book Club

Quilting with a
Modern Slant
rachel may

Modern quilting allows


artists the freedom to play
with traditions and take
liberties with fabrics and
patterns. This book offers a
glimpse into over 70 unique
visions, with profiles of
quilters and artists who
have developed their own
aesthetic, and is chock-full
of ideas to inspire quilters of
every level.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

All Points Patchwork


Diane Gilleland

This is a complete course in English paper piecing


techniques: cut the desired shapes from paper, baste the
paper to the back of the fabric, then hand-sew the pieces
together. This ingenious method ensures perfectly matched
points every time. Step-by-step photos illustrate how to
connect triangles, octagons, diamonds, and other shapes.

ISBN 978-1-61212-408-7; No. 622408

Flexibind with paper spine:

ISBN 978-1-61212-063-8; No. 622063

Illustrations throughout

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

128 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-60342-144-7; No. 62144

ISBN 978-1-61212-420-9; No. 622420

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

224 pages; 9 x 9

224 pages; 9 x 9

AVAILABLE MAY 2015

432 pages; 4 x 6/

Beaded Jewelry:
Stringing Techniques
carson eddy, rachael
evans, & kate feld

From choosing the right


string for a particular project
to finishing options with
clasps and hooks, this guide
introduces crafters to the
tools and techniques needed
to make beautiful beaded
necklaces and bracelets with
clear instructions and helpful
illustrations.

Beaded Jewelry:
Wirework
Techniques

carson eddy, rachael


evans, & kate feld

Beaded Jewelry:
Knotting Techniques
carson eddy, rachael
evans, & kate feld

Fabric Surface Design

The Beading
Answer Book

cheryl rezendes

Karen Morris

Working with pearls, gemstones, and other precious


beads requires mastering the
classic technique of knotting
between each bead. This
illustrated guide leads crafters step-by-step through
every aspect of the technique.

Illustrated instructions and


insightful advice calm every
unstrung beader. For the
beginner choosing supplies
for a simple necklace or the
advanced crafter mastering
the details of knitting with
beads, this reference unravels
more than 300 problems.

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

This highly illustrated, stepby-step guide demystifies the


tools and techniques needed
for crafting handmade
beaded jewelry with wire.
Crafters will learn how to
select the right size wire for
any project and how to bend
it to create hanging earrings
or beaded necklaces.

ISBN 978-1-61212-482-7; No. 622482

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-484-1; No. 622484

432 pages; 4 x 6/

88 pages; 5 x 7

Illustrations throughout

8-copy counter display

88 pages; 5 x 7

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

Sensational sewing projects


demand fabulous fabrics!
Fiber artist Cheryl Rezendes
shows readers how to create
an astonishing array of
surface designs, simply and
safely, using textile paints
and printing ink. Step-bystep photos illustrate a wide
variety of techniques.
Paper: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Flexibind with cloth spine:

ISBN 978-1-61212-486-5; No. 622486

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-034-1; No. 62034

88 pages; 5 x 7

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-811-8; No. 62811


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 10

ISBN 978-1-60342-056-3; No. 62056

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

46

CRAFTS

Grace Bonney,
founder of

Design*Sponge,

from the foreword

Spruce: A Step-by-Step Guide


to Upholstery and Design

BACKLIST GOLD

Youre all about to


get a master class
from a seriously
talented and
tastemaking
master.

amanda brown

Designer Amanda Brown uses her own living room and 900
step-by-step photographs to illustrate the stunning effect
upholstery can have on an interior space. Through the six
featured projects readers will learn the skills they need
to create one-of-a-kind pieces that reflect their own style.
There are also chapters on interior design principles and
how to sew throw pillows to accent reupholstered pieces.

Buffis Dress Design:


Sew 30 Fun Styles
buffi jashanmal

With this hip, short course


on dress design, readers will
learn how to make custom
patterns for three basic
dress shapes the shift,
the sheath, and the princess
seam. Next theyll explore
nine variations for each
basic shape. With tips on
revamping secondhand and
vintage dresses, there are a
total of 30 dress designs!
Paper with patterns:

Hardcover: $35.00 US / $47.00 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-137-6; No. 622137

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-030-0; No. 622030

400 pages; 8 x 10

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout

Improv Sewing

Nicole blum
& Debra Immergut
These 101 creative sewing
projects can all be completed
in less than a day. Playful and
inventive, they include clothing accessories, home decor
items, and furnishings. Easy
instructions for techniques
such as appliqu and doodlestitching are included.
Selection

of Crafters Choice

Book Club
Paper with flaps:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-740-1; No. 62740
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 8

The Sewing
Answer Book

Barbara Weiland Talbert


This friendly, reassuring
resource answers questions
and solves problems with
a turn of the page. The
question-and-answer format
makes it easy to quickly
find the information needed
for both machine and hand
sewing. Perfect for everyone
from absolute beginners to
experienced sewers seeking
tips on specific techniques.
Flexibind with cloth spine:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-543-8; No. 62543
Two-color; illustrations throughout
432 pages; 4 x 6/

200 pages; 8 x 8

Uniquely Felt

Christine White

Suitable for all skill levels,


this is the essential resource
on feltmaking a complete
primer on techniques, with
step-by-step instructions for
46 projects and profiles of
professional feltmakers.
35,000

copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-673-6; No. 67673
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 10

Making Felted
Friends
Sue Pearl

A felted menagerie of fleecy


animals is fun and easy for
all ages and levels of crafters
to make with these simple
felting techniques. Twentyfive irresistible projects,
from penguins to snakes to
dinosaurs, introduce readers
to wet- and needle-felting
techniques and feature
many shaped and colorful
embellishments.

Sew & Stow

Betty Oppenheimer
Here are fuss-free patterns
for 31 easy-to-sew projects
for home and garden,
including aprons, hammocks,
totes, dog beds, carryalls,
and shopping bags.

Main Selection of Crafters

67,000 copies in print

Choice Book Club

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-027-3; No. 62027
Two-color with 32-page full-color

Sew Up a Home
Makeover
Lexie Barnes

Its easy to transform any


space in just a few hours with
these 50 fresh, fun, patternfree sewing projects, all of
which can be customized to
suit individual tastes and
needs. This is a creative
resource readers will return
to again and again.

S
 election of HomeStyle
Book Club

Mend It Better
Kristin M. Roach

With traditional mending


techniques, readers can make
worn clothing not just wearable, but better than ever.
Patches can be made into
bold, beautiful embellishments. Holes can be repaired
with colorful thread and a
creative darning stitch. Its
easy! With step-by-step
photography, Roach explains
a range of stitches using both
hand and machine sewing.

insert; photographs and illustrations

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $17.95 US / $23.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-797-5; No. 62797

Hardcover with padding:

ISBN 978-1-58017-685-9; No. 67685

192 pages; 8 x 8

Full-color; photographs and

$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-564-3; No. 62564

128 pages; 8 x 10

160 pages; 8 x 9

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
224 pages; 7 x 8

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

CRAFTS

Nicole Smith

Includes step-by-step
instructions on how to
draft custom-fit patterns for
four classic silhouettes
wrap, straight, flared, and
high-waisted and seven
variations of each, for 28
skirts in all!

Selection of Crafters Choice


Book Club

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-974-0; No. 62974
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
240 pages; 8 x 8

Fabric-by-Fabric
One-Yard Wonders

Little One-Yard
Wonders

This all-new collection of


101 projects is organized by
fabric type from knits
to corduroy to cottons.
Each design has illustrated
instructions and a complete
cutting layout; pattern pieces
are included.
M
 ain Selection of Crafters

Step-by-step illustrated
instructions, up-close photographs, and accompanying
pattern pieces guide sewists
through 101 projects for little
ones. From tops and caps to
playmats and plushies, this
book overflows with creative
designs for little ones.

Choice Book Club

Selection

Rebecca Yaker & Patricia


Hoskins

81,000

rebecca yaker and


patricia hoskins

copies in print

Hardcover with concealed wire-o


and patterns:
$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-586-5; No. 62586
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
416 pages; 8 x 8

of Crafters Choice

Book Club
36,000

BACKLIST GOLD

Skirt-a-Day Sewing

47

A quirky and hip


sewing book.
Library Journal

BEST
SELLER!

One-Yard Wonders

Rebecca Yaker & Patricia Hoskins


A single yard of gorgeous fabric holds endless possibilities.
A sturdy shopping tote, a cuddly stuffed animal, a cheery
curtain for a kitchen window these and 98 other projects are easy enough to complete in a few hours. Simple
instructions, templates, and patterns guide crafters from
cutting the fabric through sewing on buttons.

Main Selection of Crafters Choice Book Club

208,000

copies in print

copies in print

Paper w/concealed wire-o and


patterns:
$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-124-6; No. 622124

Hardcover with concealed wire-o

Full-color; photographs and

and patterns:

illustrations throughout

$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

304 pages; 8 x 8

ISBN 978-1-60342-449-3; No. 62449

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
360 pages; 8 x 8

SEW WHAT! SERIES

Sew What! Fleece


Carol Jessop
& Chaila Sekora

Featured are 35 cozy projects


to make without patterns
and with endless possibilities
for personal variations.

Sew What! Skirts

Francesca DenHartog
& Carole Ann Camp

Selection of Crafters Choice

Body measurements, a machine,


great fabric, fun embellishments, and sewing fundamentals are all sewists need to
make these easy skirt designs!

Book Club

Lexie Barnes

These 19 projects use


bold, contemporary fabrics to make totes, messenger bags, drawstring
sacks, and handbags in a
wonderful range of sizes.

S
 election of Crafters

35,000 copies in print

Book Club

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:


$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

S
 election of Crafters Choice

Sew What! Bags

7
 1,000 copies in print

Choice Book Club

ISBN 978-1-58017-626-2; No. 67626

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-625-5; No. 67625

ISBN 978-1-60342-092-1; No. 62092

160 pages; 7 x 9

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
128 pages; 7 x 9

152 pages; 7 x 9

How to Make
Curtains

How to Make
Slipcovers

This is a complete introduction to making curtains,


from measuring to calculating yardage, to selecting the
appropriate fixtures and hardware for hanging. Included
are complete step-by-step
instructions for making five
curtain styles.

Step-by-step instructions are


here for making slipcovers
for dining chairs, easy chairs,
ottomans, sofas with loose
back pillows, and sofas with
fixed cushions. Selecting fabric; perfecting curved seams;
applying trims; and finishing
with zippers, envelope backs,
or ties are all covered.

patricia Hoskins

Rebecca Yaker

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-539-8; No. 622539

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-525-1; No. 622525

Full-color; photographs and

128 pages; 5 x 7

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

AVAILABLE JULY 2015

128 pages; 5 x 7
AVAILABLE JULY 2015

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

48

CRAFTS

Trash-to-Treasure Papermaking
Arnold E. Grummer

Transform junk mail, newspapers, and more into unique


sheets of paper using a blender and water! The book
includes dozens of fun and easy projects to make with the
newly created paper, such as paper bowls, ornaments, and
little bound books.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-547-6; No. 62547 208 pages; 10/ x 7/

The Papermakers Companion


Helen Hiebert

With clear, easy-to-follow instructions and step-by-step


illustrations, Hiebert covers every aspect of creating unique
papers from recycled junk mail or harvested plants.

Hand Printing
from Nature
Laura Bethmann

Papermaking with
Garden Plants
& Common Weeds

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Helen Hiebert

$20.95 US / $27.95 CAN

Paper with flaps:

ISBN 978-1-60342-559-9; No. 62559

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-622-4; No. 67622

192 pages; 8 x 8

Full-color; photographs throughout

Paper Illuminated
Helen Hiebert
Paper with flaps:
$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-330-8; No. 67330
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
144 pages; 8/ x 9

112 pages; 9 x 10

Making Bent
Willow Furniture
Brenda & Brian Cameron

Making Bentwood
Trellises, Arbors,
Gates & Fences

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Jim Long

ISBN 978-1-58017-048-2; No. 67048

Selection

Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-200-4; No. 67200

224 pages; 8 x 8

144 pages; 8 x 9

dorcas adkins

67,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

of HomeStyle

Book Club
61,000

Simple Fountains

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-506-7; No. 67506


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 9 x 10

ISBN 978-1-58017-051-2; No. 67051


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 8 x 9

Making Herbal
Dream Pillows

The Candlemakers Companion

Scarecrows

Betty Oppenheimer

Felder Rushing

The illustrated, step-by-step instructions and detailed


source list will inspire and instruct crafters of all skill levels
on how to roll, pour, dip, and mold candles for every occasion.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Jim Long

ISBN 978-1-58017-067-3; No. 67067

Selection

69,000

112 pages; 7 x 11

copies in print

Full-color; photographs throughout

Creating Fairy
Garden Fragrances
Linda Gannon

of

Book-of-the-Month Club

Hardcover with jacket:


$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-58017-076-5; No. 67076

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-366-7; No. 67366

208 pages; 8 x 8

ISBN 978-1-58017-075-8; No. 67075

64 pages; 7/ x 7/

Full-color; illustrations throughout


64 pages; 7/ x 7/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

CRAFTS

C. Kaila Westerman
Cook colorful, whimsical,
and eye-catching soaps in
the microwave! More than
30 projects using a meltable
glycerin soap base and readily
available colorants and fragrances enable crafters to
custom design their own
works of soap art.

Making
Transparent Soap

Making Natural
Liquid Soaps

Catherine Failor

Catherine Failor

With common ingredients


and easy-to-follow, step-bystep directions, crafters can
produce transparent soaps
that are milder, richer, and
creamier than any commercial soap on the market.

All-natural, inexpensive hand


soaps, shampoos, shower
gels, bubble baths, and
much more can be created
using a simple double-boiler
technique. Readers learn to
blend oils, additives, color,
and scent to develop one-ofa-kind liquid soaps.

BACKLIST GOLD

Melt & Mold


Soap Crafting

49

Faiolas enthusiasm
for her subject
is apparent, and
with her guidance,
beginners will easily
take to this craft.
Library Journal
BEST
SELLER!

Soap Crafting

anne-marie faiola

ISBN 978-1-58017-293-6; No. 67293

ISBN 978-1-58017-243-1; No. 67243

With full-color step-by-step instructions and 31 recipes,


this book makes soapmaking easy, while inviting
crafters to explore the full range of special effects that
can be achieved in a bar of soap. With chapters on
using colors such as neon and mica; molds, including
milk jugs and PVC pipe; additives such as coffee and
clay; and molding techniques, such as embedding and
swirling, this is the one-stop resource for soapmakers of
any skill level.

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs throughout

144 pages; 7 x 10

144 pages; 7 x 10

39,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

The Soapmakers
Companion

Susan Miller Cavitch


Readers learn every step of
the soapmaking process
from basic skills to special
techniques for marbling and
stained glass effects with
these clear, easy-to-follow
instructions from master
soapmaker Susan Miller
Cavitch. Included are recipes
for 40 unique specialty soaps
that make great gifts for
friends and family.
144,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-244-8; No. 67244
Full-color; photographs throughout
144 pages; 7 x 10

The Natural
Soap Book

Susan Miller Cavitch


This book takes the mystery
out of soapmaking with
illustrations and clear directions for creating high-quality
vegetable-based soaps that
are good for the skin and free
of synthetic additives.
174,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-888-8; No. 66888
Two-color; illustrations throughout
192 pages; 6 x 9

70,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Milk-Based Soaps
Casey Makela

It's easy to blend moisturizing,


skin-nourishing, milk-based
soaps using the specialized yet
simple techniques Makela has
developed during years of running her own soap business.
Selection

of Crafters

Choice Book Club


35,000

copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-984-7; No. 66984
Two-color; illustrations throughout
112 pages; 6 x 9

Selection of Crafters Choice Book Club

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-089-8; No. 622089

240 pages; 7 x 9

Grow Your Handmade


Business
kari chapin

With her trademark youcan-do-it coaching style,


Kari Chapin covers all of the
issues involved in turning a creative hobby into a
successful business. And
Chapin has invited other
business-savvy creatives to
share their advice on how to
achieve profitability.

Selection of Crafters Choice


Book Club

BEST
SELLER!

The Handmade
Marketplace,
2nd Edition
kari chapin

This completely updated second edition of the best-selling


crash course in DIY entrepreneurship includes online
resources, such as Pinterest
and Instagram, and addresses
recent trends in craft marketing. It features insider advice
from a collection of the most
successful crafters and artists,
and Chapins own wisdom.
104,000

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-989-4; No. 62989

ISBN 978-0-88266-965-6; No. 66965

Paper: $15.95 US / $21.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-335-6; No. 622335

272 pages; 6 x 7

Two-color; illustrations throughout

288 pages; 8 x 8

256 pages; 6 x 7

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

PETS

50

The Cat Behavior


Answer Book

Arden Moore
Foreword by John Grogan

Arden Moore
Foreword by Nancy Peterson,
RVT

Dogs and people dont always speak the


same language thats where dog expert
Arden Moore steps in. Working with real
dogs and real dog owners over the years,
Moore has seen and addressed hundreds
of behavioral issues. Moores friendly
handbook helps readers view the world
through their dogs eyes.

68,000 copies in print

For cat owners and lovers everywhere,


pet expert Arden Moore explores feline
behavior in an inviting, browsable Q
& A format. Her practical advice and
workable solutions to common kitty
conundrums help owners prevent the
destructive behavior and embrace the
charming quirks.
Flexibind: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Flexibind: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-674-3; No. 67674

ISBN 978-1-58017-644-6; No. 67644

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-738-2; No. 67738

336 pages; 4 x 6/

73,000 copies in print

BACKLIST GOLD

The Dog Behavior


Answer Book

336 pages; 4 x 6/

Happy Dog,
Happy You
Arden Moore

Two-color; illustrations throughout

To accommodate busy dog


lovers, Arden Moore offers
hundreds of quick tips and
practical ideas many
achievable in five minutes
a day to reinforce the
human/canine bond. Games,
playful training sessions,
practical travel advice, tips for
trips to the vet, and grooming
hints fill the pages of this
friendly manual.

304 pages; 5 x 7

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-032-7; No. 62032

The Puppy Owners


Manual
Diana Delmar

91,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-401-5; No. 67401
Illustrations throughout
192 pages; 6 x 9

Happy Cat,
Happy You
Arden Moore

59,000 copies in print

Real Food for Dogs

Arden Moore
Illustrated by Anne Davis

91,000 copies in print

Real Food for Cats

Patti Delmonte
Illustrated by Anne Davis

47,000 copies in print

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-424-4; No. 67424

ISBN 978-1-58017-409-1; No. 67409

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

128 pages; 6 x 7

128 pages; 6 x 7

Canine Sports
& Games

Dr. Kidds Guide to


Herbal Dog Care

Dr. Kidds Guide to


Herbal Cat Care

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-083-9; No. 62083

ISBN 978-1-58017-189-2; No. 67189

ISBN 978-1-58017-188-5; No. 67188

ISBN 978-1-58017-387-2; No. 67387

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

256 pages; 7 x 9

208 pages; 6 x 9

208 pages; 6 x 9

58,000 copies in print

The Kitten Owners


Manual
Arden Moore

36,000 copies in print

208 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-033-4; No. 62033
Two-color; illustrations throughout
304 pages; 5 x 7

Kristin Mehus-Roe

Randy Kidd, DVM, PhD

Randy Kidd, DVM, PhD

CHILDREN

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

BEST
SELLER!

51

This book is a musthave for families getting


started with their first
flock.
Jessi Bloom, author of
free-range chicken
gardens

Pop-Out & Paint


Dogs & Cats

Pop-Out & Paint


Horse Breeds

Pop-Out & Paint


Farm Animals

The sturdy die-cut figures of


13 dogs and cats pop out of
the perforated pages, ready to
be painted and glued together
to become durable models
that stand up with paper-clip
feet. The step-by-step instructions show kids ages 6 to 12
how to paint realistic pets.
Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Using the step-by-step


instructions and some basic
craft supplies, kids ages 8
to 12 apply authentic paint
markings and mane and tail
features to ten pop-out horse
breeds. When complete, each
durable model is painted on
both sides and can stand up
for play or display.

With some basic supplies


acrylic paints, craft glue,
embroidery floss, and yarn
and step-by-step photographic
instructions, kids 8 to 12 will
have hours of fun creating
sturdy die-cut figures of
barnyard favorites, including
cows, sheep, pigs, goats,
ducks, a barn cat, and more.

ISBN 978-1-61212-140-6; No. 622140

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Melissa Caughey shares practical and engaging advice on


what it means to keep chickens, and what kind of housing, food, and equipment kids need before they bring home
their first chicks. Packed with all the information needed to
keep healthy and happy chickens, the book also includes fun
activities and ten egg-centric recipes that kids will love to
make and eat.

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-963-4; No. 62963

ISBN 978-1-61212-139-0; No. 622139

Paper with pull-out poster:

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

48 pages plus 20 die-cut cards;

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 7 x 9/

8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-61212-418-6; No. 622418

48 pages plus 20 die-cut cards;

48 pages plus 20 die-cut cards;

Hardcover with pull-out poster:

Pop-Out & Paint Assorted Display


16-copy mixed counter display

8 x 10/

8 x 10/

$26.95 US / $35.95 CAN

cindy a. littlefield

Cindy A. Littlefield

Cindy A. Littlefield

A Kids Guide to Keeping Chickens


melissa caughey

ISBN 978-1-61212-648-7; No. 622648

8 copies of Pop-Out & Paint Dogs &


Cats and 4 copies each of Pop-Out
& Paint Horse Breeds and Pop-Out &
Paint Farm Animals
$207.20 US / $287.20 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-508-4; No. 622508

Horse Showing
for Kids
cheryl kimball

Here is everything kids need


to know about horse show
events, along with helpful
tips from pros and a fill-in
show diary.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-501-2; No. 67501
Hardcover with jacket:
$26.95 US / $35.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-573-9; No. 67573
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 9/ x 7

Jumping for Kids

Riding for Kids

Jumping is a thrilling accomplishment for young riders.


Covering all the fundamentals of jumping safely and
correctly, this complete learnto-jump program is the ideal
companion to lessons learned
in the ring.

The perfect companion to


lessons in the ring, here is
the learn-to-ride program
every young equestrian will
refer to again and again.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-510-4; No. 67510

ISBN 978-1-58017-672-9; No. 67672

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

144 pages; 7 x 9/

Lesley Ward

144 pages; 7 x 9/

judy richter

Selection of Childrens BOMC

35,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Horse Care
for Kids

BEST
SELLER!

Horse Crazy!
Jessie Haas

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill presents everything a young equestrian


wants and needs to know.

Winner of 2002 ASPCA Henry

Selection of Childrens BOMC

128,000 copies in print

Bergh Childrens Book Honor

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-407-7; No. 67407
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
128 pages; 7 x 9/

Every horse-crazy kid wants


more information on her
favorite subjecthorses!
Horse Crazy! is a jam-packed
treasure chest of a book that
will keep horse-obsessed kids
(ages 8 and up) busy for hours
on end. Nearly 400 pages are
filled with fun sidebars, breed
IDs, crafts to make for friends
(equine and human), horse
word roots, movies to see, and
books to read.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-154-6; No. 62154
Two-color; illustrations throughout
376 pages; 8 x 8

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

52

CHILDREN

BEST
SELLER!

The Nature Connection

BACKLIST GOLD

A treasure trove of
inspiration and ideas
for young naturalists.
School Library
Journal

clare walker leslie

This interactive workbook guides kids ages 8 to 13 to observe


and record what they see, hear, smell, and touch outdoors, no
matter where they live. It offers dozens of fun activities for
every season: write a poem, make a sketch, record daily sunrise and sunset times, draw a local map, keep a moon journal,
or collect leaves to identify.

2011 Teacher's Choice Award for Family

For children 813

45,000 in print

The Family
Butterfly Book
Rick Mikula

Rick Mikula, christened


North America's Butterfly
Evangelist by People magazine, explains how to identify,
care for, and raise butterflies
in your own backyard.

The Garden Writers


Quill & Trowel Award for the
Art of Garden Communication
61,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-60342-531-5; No. 62531

304 pages; 7/ x 9

ISBN 978-1-58017-292-9; No. 67292


Full-color; photographs and

Laura C. Martin

Here are 65 projects kids 8 and


up can make using materials
found just about anywhere,
including how to make paints
and inks from flowers and
other plants; use shells, moss,
and cones to embellish large
objects; and make natural dyes
to color T-shirts.
2004

Parents Choice

Approved Award

Selection of Crafters Choice


and Childrens
Book-of-the-Month Clubs

62,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Recycled Crafts Box


Laura C. martin
With materials found in a
typical recycling bin, kids can
make 40 great craft projects.
Children will also have fun
reading about the history of
rubbish and learning what
they can do to make a difference by recycling.
2004

Parents Choice

Approved Award
38,000

copies in print

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-522-7; No. 67522
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
96 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-58017-490-9; No. 67490


Full-color; illustrations throughout
224 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

The perfect tool for beginning


enthusiasts of all ages, Whats
That Bird? offers basic bird
literacy in a fun, easy-to-use
guide that teaches the best
ways to observe and identify
common birds.

The Horse Farm


Read-and-Play
Sticker Book

Trade Book for Students


S
 election of Childrens

Book-of-the-Month Club
63,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-554-8; No. 67554
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
128 pages; 7 x 11

Paper with flaps:


$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-445-9; No. 67445

128 pages; 7 x 11

BEST
SELLER!

Five full-color laminated horse


environments invite young
horse lovers to pose horses,
riders, and tack all around the
farm. The 80 reusable vinyl
stickers will keep children busy
creating equine dramas about
every kind of horse situation.
93,000 copies in print

Paper: $7.95 US / $10.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-583-8; No. 67583
Full-color; 16 pages plus 4 pages of
full-color, reusable vinyl stickers; foldout laminated front and back covers
8 x 10/

K-12 Selection

illustrations throughout

Illustrations by LindsAy
Graham

O
 utstanding Science

Joseph Choiniere & Claire


Mowbray Golding

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout
176 pages; 8 x 11

Natures Art Box

This guide shows kids how to


locate raptors in the wild and
explore the mysteries of raptor flight, hunting strategies,
and behavior.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


Two-color; illustrations throughout

Whats That Bird?

Christyna M. Laubach,
Ren Laubach & Charles
W. G. Smith

Association of Americas

Paper: $15.95 US / $21.95 CAN

Raptor!

The Horse Show


Read-and-Play
Sticker Book

Illustrations by
Lindsay Graham
text by Katie Navarra
Horses jump over fences,
compete in dressage, and
relax backstage in this
colorful sticker book. Horsecrazy children will love to
arrange and rearrange 80
heavy-duty stickers in scenes
that mimic English, Western,
and Olympic events.
Paper: $7.95 US / $10.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-142-3; No. 62142

The Barnyard
Read-and-Play
Sticker Book
Illustrations by
Christina Wald

A world of full-color,
reusable animal stickers
brings barnyard activities
to life. Kids will create their
own animal dramas on
backgrounds that include a
full farm, a barn interior, a
barnyard, an animal pen, and
a chicken coop.

44,000 copies in print

Paper: $7.95 US / $10.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-640-8; No. 67640

Two-color; 16 pages plus 4 pages of

12 pages plus 4 pages of full-color,

full-color, reusable vinyl stickers; fold-

reusable vinyl stickers; fold-out

out laminated front and back covers

laminated front and back covers

8 x 10/

8 x 10/

CHILDREN

BEST
SELLER!

Patrick Merrell
& Helene Hovanec

This collection of 100


chicken-themed challenges is really something to
cluck about! Kids will love
these adorably illustrated
mazes, codes, brainteasers, puzzles, jokes, word
searches, and riddles and
tongue twisters.

For children 69

Pony Play
Games & Puzzles
Patrick Merrell
& Helene Hovanec

Jackie the Jack Russell


terrier and Barney the barn
owl are in-the-know guides
for a puzzle-packed tour
around the horse farm.
Their silly humor will keep
children laughing while
they solve 100 quizzes,
puzzles, mazes, and riddles.

For children 610

Horse Games
& Puzzles

BEST
SELLER!

cindy a. littlefield
Over 100 puzzles, activities,
riddles, quizzes, and games
will keep young horse lovers
busy and happy for hours.
Horsey cartoons and illustrations, bits of horse trivia, and
fun equine quotations will
delight those eager to learn
about their favorite animal.

For children 812

142,000 copies in print

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Chicken Games
& Puzzles

53

Teddy Bear Doctor:


A Lets Make & Play Book
deanna f. cook

Kids take the care of their stuffed animals seriously, so when


theres a boo-boo to be mended, they want to know how to
help their beloved friends. Teddy Bear Doctor offers kids ages
3 to 8 a fresh, fun approach to imaginative play with creative
craft projects for making essential equipment and includes
four sheets of colorful stickers. Kids can make a lab coat
name tag, label patient files and medicine bottles, and even
fashion an eye patch for those unlucky plush pets that have
had a nasty encounter with a childs real dog.

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper with 4 sticker sheets:

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-087-4; No. 622087

ISBN 978-1-60342-063-1; No. 62063

ISBN 978-1-58017-538-8; No. 67538

$10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

$87.60 US / $116.60 CAN

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-402-5; No. 622402

ISBN 978-1-61212-632-6

144 pages; 8 x 10/

144 pages; 8 x 10/

144 pages; 8 x 10/

Full-color; photographs and

No. 622632

illustrations throughout
72 pages; 9 x 12
AVAILABLE JULY 2015

Barnyard Games
& Puzzles
Helene Hovanec
& Patrick Merrell

Kids love animals as


much as they love puzzles
and silly word games. Full
of lively drawings, word
games, picture puzzles,
jokes, riddles, and word
play, this collection will
appeal to country and city
kids alike.

The Great Outdoors


Games & Puzzles
Helene Hovanec
& Patrick Merrell

For children 812

51,000 copies in print

Sea Life Games


& Puzzles

cindy a. littlefield

For children 812

52,000 copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-624-8; No. 67624

ISBN 978-1-58017-679-8; No. 67679

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

144 pages; 8 x 10/

144 pages; 8 x 10/

Excavate! Dinosaurs
jonathan tennant

This papercraft book for kids ages 7 and up features 12


dinosaurs from the Cretaceous, Jurassic, and Triassic
periods, each introduced with a full-color illustration
and text detailing its anatomy, habits, and diet. The
second half of the book, printed on cardstock, contains
pop-out bones mixed together in three period-specific
sites. Kids use their newfound knowledge to create 12
stand-up dinosaur skeletons!

Storey Games Counter Display


16-copy mixed counter display

Paper with punch-out pages:

4 copies each of Barnyard Games &

ISBN 978-1-61212-520-6; No. 622520

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Puzzles, Chicken Games & Puzzles,

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-630-9; No. 67630

Horse Games & Puzzles, Pony Play

82 pages; 8 x 11/

Illustrations throughout

Games & Puzzles

144 pages; 8 x 10/

$159.20 US / $233.20 CAN

For children 610

ISBN 978-1-61212-167-3; No. 622167

$12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

8-copy counter display


$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-545-9; No. 622545

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

54

CHILDREN

Photography by Bob
Langrish

BACKLIST GOLD

The Horse Breeds


Poster Book

Suitable for hanging on


bedroom walls, in school
lockers, or even in barns,
these 30 posters show horses
in a range of colors and sizes,
at work and in competition.
Facts about the pictured
horse breeds are included on
the back of each poster.
Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

287,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-507-4; No. 67507

Dream Horses
photography by
bob langrish

73,000 copies in print

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-574-6; No. 67574

64 pages; 9/ x 12

Full-color; photographs throughout

Horses in Action!
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Horses & Friends


Poster Book

ISBN 978-1-58017-666-8; No. 67666

Selection of Children's BOMC

Full-color; photographs throughout

175,000 copies in print

64 pages; 9/ x 12

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-580-7; No. 67580
Full-color; photographs throughout

64 pages; 9/ x 12

64 pages; 9/ x 12

Under the Sea


Poster Book

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-623-1
No. 67623

Children can bring home the


magical experience of their
first trip to the aquarium,
with its scary sharks, touchable tide pools, and brightly
colored marine life. Thirty
full-color, pullout p
ortraits of
fantastic sea creatures feature
the ocean residents kids love,
plus all the fun facts that
make each creature unique
and e xciting.

50,000 copies in print

Full-color; photographs throughout

The Petting Farm


Poster Book

133,000 copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

64 pages; 9/ x 12

ISBN 978-1-58017-597-5; No. 67597


Full-color; photographs throughout

Eye See You

208,000 copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-848-8; No. 67848
Full-color; photographs throughout
64 pages; 9/ x 12

Wild Animals
of North America
Karl Meyer

2008 Teachers Choice


Childrens Book Award

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-643-9; No. 67643

64 pages; 9/ x 12

Full-color; photographs throughout


64 pages; 9/ x 12

My First Farm Friends:


Books in a Barn
Dog Heroes

text by Karl Meyer

258,000 copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-116-4; No. 62116
Full-color; photographs throughout
64 pages; 9/ x 12

Betsy Wallin

Four board books in a play barn:


$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-991-7; No. 62991
Full-color; illustrations throughout
20 (per book) pages; Books 4 x 5;
Barn 5/ x 5

Weather!

Rebecca Rupp

40,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-420-6; No. 67420
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
144 pages; 7/ x 9

WoodsWalk

Henry W. Art
& Michael W. Robbins
42,000

copies in print

Ann sayre wiseman


& john langstaff

Hardcover with jacket:

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

$21.95 US / $29.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-512-8; No. 67512

ISBN 978-1-58017-477-0; No. 67477

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

96 pages; 8 x 10/

illustrations throughout
128 pages; 7 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Making Music

CHILDREN

Michael J. Caduto

Kids ages 8 to 12 will love


these 22 exciting activities
and experiments focused
on producing and playing
with renewable energy.
Education doesnt get
more fun than this!

2
 012 Teachers Choice
Award for the Classroom

Show Me a Story

Candy Construction

Spark an infinite number of


child-created stories with
creative craft projects and
activities for jump-starting
and fostering imaginative
narratives.

Store-bought candy and cookies are the raw material for


delightful creations. Kids will
love to make a brownie steam
train with peppermint wheels
or a golden cookie castle with
a chocolate drawbridge.

Emily K. Neuburger

2012

Family Choice

Award Winner
Dr.

Toy's 2012 Best Picks

Award Winner
2012

National Parenting

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Publications Awards

ISBN 978-1-60342-794-4; No. 62794

Honors Winner

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
224 pages; 8 x 10/

Sharon Bowers

53,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-548-3; No. 62548

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Catch the Wind,


Harness the Sun

55

A must-have for
any budding chef.

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
144 pages; 7 x 8

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-988-7; No. 62988
Hardcover: $26.95 US / $35.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-148-2; No. 622148

familyfun

Cooking Class
deanna f. cook

This inviting cookbook for kids ages 6 to 12 explains


basic cooking techniques in kid-friendly language and
offers recipes for making dozens of favorite foods with
healthy ingredients, including French toast, pizza,
applesauce, Buffalo chicken fingers, goldfish crackers,
and more. The recipes feature imaginative presentations
that kids will love to create, such as egg mice and fruit
flowers. Stickers, recipe cards, conversation starters, and
more are included!
Paper with concealed wire-o and

Full-color; photographs

bound-in cards and stickers:

and illustrations throughout

$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

144 pages; 9 x 9

ISBN 978-1-61212-400-1

Full-color; photographs and

No. 622400

illustrations throughout
144 pages; 8 x 10

BEST-SELLING SEWING SCHOOL SERIES


The directions and
projects are not only
fresh and enticing
but are presented in a
language thats totally
accessible to todays
young stitching crew.

The Kids Building


Workshop
J. craig & barbara
robertson

Keep Out!
lee mothes

illustrations throughout

Step-by-step illustrated instructions for building and


customizing a small backyard
clubhouse, from rustic to
refined. Lee Mothes brings
his personal experience and
enthusiasm to the process,
introducing readers to tools
and showing them what
materials they need, how
to design the structure, and
how to use found or recycled
materials, all with the friendly
voice of the guy next door.

144 pages; 8 x 10/

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Boys and girls love woodworking projects! But most


kids (and most parents) lack
woodworking skills. In this
lively, fully photographed
and illustrated book, fun
projects teach what every
woodworker needs to know.
Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-488-6; No. 67488
Two-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-029-4; No. 622029


Full-color; illustrations throughout

Sewing School 2

Amie Petronis Plumley &


Andria Lisle
With step-by-step text and
photographs that kids can
read and follow on their
own, Sewing School 2 teaches
kids 7 and older the skills
and techniques they need
to master machine sewing.
Reusable full-size pattern
pieces are included in a
bound-in envelope.
Paper w/concealed wire-o
and patterns:
$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-049-2; No. 622049
Full-color; photographs throughout
160 pages; 9 x 9

Maya Donenfeld of
maya*made
BEST
SELLER!

Sewing School

Amie Petronis Plumley & Andria Lisle


Featuring 21 inspired projects, Sewing School shows kids ages 5
and older how to sew with minimal supervision. Most of the
projects can be made using hand stitches no sewing machine
needed. Projects include pillows, dolls, blankets, and totes;
each project has step-by-step instructions, a photo of each step,
and a photo of the finished project. Full-size cut-out patterns
are included in a bound-in envelope.
88,000

copies in print

Paper w/concealed wire-o

Full-color; photographs throughout

and patterns:

144 pages; 9 x 9

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-578-0; No. 62578

224 pages; 8 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

56

NATURE

laura erickson and marie read


In this beautifully photographed book, produced in association with the Cornell Lab
of Ornithology, authors Laura Erickson and
Marie Read portray the less-known courting
and family lives of familiar birds. They present the entire life cycle in intimate detail
and captioned with fascinating facts about
whats happening at each stage. The book
features up-close images of 30 commonly
seen birds, including songbirds, raptors,
water/seabirds, and owls. For each species
group there are photographs of the male
and female, courtship, nest construction,
the eggs, parents on the nest, nestlings,
feeding time, and the flight of fledglings.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-229-8; No. 622229
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

NEW &
NOTEWORTHY

Into the Nest

The Bird Watching


Answer Book
Laura Erickson

Birders worldwide turn to the Cornell


Lab of Ornithology, the leading authority on birds, for answers to their
in-the-field questions. Now hundreds
of those questions are answered in this
handy volume.
Flexibind with paper spine:

8-copy counter display

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-452-3; No. 62452

ISBN 978-1-60342-503-2; No. 62503

Two-color; illustrations throughout


400 pages; 4 x 6/

208 pages; 9/ x 8

The Secret Lives of


Backyard Bugs

The Life Cycles of Butterflies


Judy Burris & Wayne Richards

Judy Burris & Wayne


Richards

Witness the life cycles of 23 common backyard


butterflies through more than 400 stunning,
full-color, up-close photographs, all taken in live
garden settings. Each butterfly is shown from
start to maturity, with sequential photographs
of the egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and emerging butterfly a richly visual guide to one of
natures most wondrous creations.

2
 007 Teachers Choice Childrens Book Award

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

D
 iscovery Channel Book Club Selection

ISBN 978-1-58017-617-0; No. 67617

54,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-563-6; No. 62563

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs throughout

illustrations throughout

136 pages; 8 x 10

160 pages; 9/ x 7

The Hiking
Companion

The Snowshoe
Experience

Michael W. Robbins

Claire Walter

The Kayak
Companion

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Paper: $15.95 US / $21.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-429-9; No. 67429

ISBN 978-1-58017-541-8; No. 67541

ISBN 978-1-58017-485-5; No. 67485

ISBN 978-0-88266-623-5; No. 66623

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

One-color with 8-page color

136 pages; 6 x 9

144 pages; 6 x 9

136 pages; 6 x 9

Birdfeeders,
Shelters & Baths
Edward A. Baldwin

144,000 copies in print

photographic insert; photographs


and illustrations throughout
128 pages; 8 x 11

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Joe Glickman

This is an up-close-andpersonal tour of the hidden


lives of spiders, beetles,
butterflies, moths, crickets,
dragonflies, damselflies,
grasshoppers, aphids, and
other backyard residents.
Each creature is shown in its
natural setting, and many are
shown progressing through
the stages of their life cycles.

Raising a
Team Player

Harry Sheehy
with Danny Peary
Hardcover with jacket:
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-447-3; No. 67447
Two-color; photographs throughout
176 pages; 5 x 8

NATURE

57

JULIA ROTHMAN

BEST
SELLER!

Nature Journal

Drawn to Nature

More than a blank book,


but with ample room to
record reflections on
nature, here is a unique
guided journal with just the
right balance of inspiration
and information.

Clare Walker Leslie uses her


personal sketches and nature
observations as an invitation
to readers to slow down and
see nature with renewed
appreciation.
Paper with flaps:

Hardcover with jacket:

$15.00 US / $20.00 CAN

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-614-9; No. 67614

ISBN 978-1-58017-296-7; No. 67296

Readers will reconnect with


nature through sketching and
writing with these simple
methods for capturing the
living beauty of each season. Includes exercises and
prompts for all ages.

Full-color; illustrations throughout

Full-color; illustrations throughout

176 pages; 6 x 8

clare walker leslie

clare walker leslie

An informative
charmer from
start to finish.
Booklist

Keeping a
Nature Journal

Clare Walker Leslie &


Charles E. Roth

Recipient of the John


Burroughs Young Readers

176 pages; 7 x 10

Nature Book Award

Selection of One Spirit and

106,000 copies in print

Crossings Book Clubs


Paper with flaps:
$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-493-0; No. 67493

Nature Anatomy
The wonders of the natural world become even more
wonderful when rendered by the pen of popular illustrator Julia Rothman as she dissects, examines, and explores
the great outdoors in this delightful visual compendium.
Every frame-worthy page of this book gives readers of all
ages insight into a particular aspect of the great outdoors,
from botany and geology to astronomy, weather, biology,
zoology, and more. Never has it been so much fun to
learn about the life cycle of mushrooms, how mountains
are formed, and the anatomy of a jellyfish!
Paper with flaps:

Full-color; illustrations throughout

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

224 pages; 6 x 9

ISBN 978-1-61212-231-1; No. 622231

Full-color; illustrations throughout


224 pages; 9 x 10

Charming drawings
and handwritten text
make this the perfect
picture book for
grown-up dreamers.
The Boston Globe

The Backyard
Bird-Lovers Guide
Jan Mahnken

In this colorful, informationpacked reference on


attracting, feeding, and
watching a wide variety of
birds, Mahnken introduces
135 North American species.
Includes information about
territory, courtship, nesting,
and parenting characteristics.

Bird Brainteasers
Patrick Merrell

Bird-watchers and puzzle


fans alike will delight in this
fresh collection of games and
puzzles. Packed with birdthemed crosswords, visual
puzzles, and the first-ever
Birdoku challenges, the book
also features avian facts,
trivia, and lore.
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paul Tukey
& Victoria Rowell

Featured are 40 exciting


games from old-time
favorites such as bocce
and Red Rover to lesserknown games like Cherokee
marbles, cornhole, and Kubb,
with a quick overview of the
basic sequence and strategies
for each.

Selection of Book-of-the-

ISBN 978-1-60342-080-8; No. 62080

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Month Club

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-560-5; No. 62560

324 pages; 4 x 6

Two-color; photographs and

117,000 copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-0-88266-927-4; No. 66927

$79.60 US / $111.60 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-109-6; No. 62109

320 pages; 7 x 10

BEST
SELLER!

Tag, Toss & Run

Farm Anatomy
Julia Rothmans charming visual guide to the curious
parts and pieces of rural living dissects everything from
tractors and pigs to hay bales and squash varieties, and
Rothman gives a richly entertaining tour. This is a perfect
gift for gardeners, locavores, homesteaders, and countryliving enthusiasts.
52,000

copies in print
Paper with flaps:
$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-981-8; No. 62981
Full-color; illustrations throughout
224 pages; 6 x 9

illustrations throughout

6-copy counter display

208 pages; 6 x 7

$101.70 US / $137.70 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-033-1; No. 622033

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-094-2; No. 622094

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

GARDENING

58

starred review

BEST
SELLER!

Groundbreaking Food Gardens


niki jabbour

BACKLIST GOLD

The abundance of
creative advice here
will help perk up
the gardens of both
novice and professional growers.
Booklist

Here is a stellar collection of unique food garden plans


from Niki Jabbours favorite fellow growers. Each
of these 73 plans offers a theme, ranging from the
straightforward to the downright quirky; an illustration
of the plan; a profile of the contributor and how he or
she came up with the design; and a plant list. The list
of contributors is a Whos Who of popular gardeners,
including Amy Stewart, Amanda Thomsen, Barbara
Pleasant, Jeff Lowenfels, Dave DeWitt, and Jessi Bloom.
These designs are sure to make gardeners of all levels
reconsider what can be done in a food garden!
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-061-4

272 pages; 8 x 10

The Wildlife-Friendly
Vegetable Gardener

Starter
Vegetable Gardens

Vertical Vegetables
& Fruit

Tammi Hartungs gardening


philosophy creates positive
relationships with wildlife.
Hartung shows vegetable
gardeners how to use strategic
plant selection and placement, beneficial insects, and
the help of predators such as
birds, bats, and toads to reap
the rewards, both emotionally
and with a bountiful harvest.

Pleasant takes the guesswork


and anxiety out of growing
food. She explains exactly
how to start, maintain, and
expand an organic vegetable
garden, even in the smallest
of spaces, covering everything
from soil quality to planting
schedules to fertilizers and
harvesting. Included are 24
no-fail garden plans.

For anyone who wants to


grow food in small spaces,
this book has the solution:
Grow up! With teepees,
trellises, cages, hanging
baskets, wall pockets,
stacking pots, and multilevel
raised beds, gardeners can
reap bountiful harvests from
the tiniest areas even
alleys, balconies, rooftops,
or windowsills.

tammi hartung

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

barbara pleasant

46,000

copies in print

rhonda massingham hart

ISBN 978-1-61212-055-3; No. 622055

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-529-2; No. 62529

ISBN 978-1-60342-998-6; No. 62998

144 pages; 7 x 9/

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

176 pages; 7 x 9/

No. 622061

180 pages; 9/ x 12

Niki Jabbours welldetailed, beautifully


photographed, and
experience-driven
guidebook provides
the know-how you
need to grow food
year round.
BEST
SELLER!

Pat Stone, editor,


GreenPrints, The
Weeders Digest

The Year-Round
Vegetable Gardener
Fresh salads in February? Absolutely! With The YearRound Vegetable Gardener, the growing season doesnt
end with the first frostin fact, it doesnt end at all.
Author Niki Jabbour gardens in Nova Scotia, where short
summers and low levels of winter sunlight create the
ultimate challenge for food gardeners. Her simple, proven
techniques will have gardeners harvesting fresh vegetables
in every month of the year, no matter where they live.
American Horticultural Society Book Award

76,000

BEST
SELLER!

Louise Riotte

niki jabbour

2012

Carrots Love
Tomatoes

Plant parsley and asparagus


together to have more of
each. But keep broccoli
and tomatoes apart or they
wont thrive. This classic
companion-gardening guide
shows how to use the native
attributes of plants to create
a naturally bountiful garden.
748,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-027-7; No. 67027

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-568-1; No. 62568

illustrations throughout

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

256 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-60342-992-4; No. 62992

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Illustrations throughout
224 pages; 6 x 9

Roses Love Garlic

louise riotte

This unique and amusing


book provides information
about dozens of flowers
and herbs, including their
companion-planting properties, medicinal uses, history,
folklore, and more.
209,000

copies in print

Fun to read and more


interesting than many
how-tos.
Publishers Weekly
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-028-4; No. 67028
Illustrations throughout
256 pages; 6 x 9

The Veggie Gardeners


Answer Book
barbara w. ellis

This handy reference includes


helpful, uncomplicated
answers to questions on planning and planting a vegetable
garden, improving soil, caring
for crops, and organically controlling pests and diseases.
64,000

copies in print

Flexibind with paper spine:


$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-024-2; No. 62024
Two-color; illustrations throughout
432 pages; 4 x 6/
8-copy counter display
$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-050-1
No. 62050

GARDENING
EDWARD C. SMITH

In every small town, there


is a vegetable garden
that people go out of the
way to walk past. Smith
is the guy who grew that
garden.
Verlyn Klinkenborg, New
York Times Book Review

BEST
SELLER!

The Vegetable Gardeners Bible


10th Anniversary Edition
The invaluable resource for home food gardeners! Ed
Smiths W-O-R-D system helps gardeners grow an abundance of vegetables and herbs. Friendly and accessible,
this book provides vegetable-specific information, an unwavering commitment to organic methods, and solutions
for small spaces, as well as extended-season tips.
Selection
532,000

of HomeStyle and One Spirit Book Clubs

copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-475-2; No. 62475

illustrations throughout

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN

352 pages; 8 x 10/

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR

59

Craig LeHoullier has


been on a marathon
journey with this fruit
for 35 years, growing
and evaluating thousands of tomatoes. His
hands-on knowledge
is now entirely accessible in Epic Tomatoes.
Diane Ott Whealy,
cofounder and vice
president of seed
savers exchange

Epic Tomatoes
craig lehoullier

With tomato expert Craig LeHoulliers guidance, every


passionate tomato gardener will grow the best harvest
ever! LeHoullier shares the fascinating stories of many of
the tomatoes hes grown, reveals his top ten tastiest picks,
surveys the best tomato varieties, and explains the entire
growing cycle from seed starting to seed saving.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs

ISBN 978-1-61212-208-3; No. 622208

throughout

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

256 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-61212-464-3; No. 622464

ISBN 978-1-60342-476-9; No. 62476

With detailed, illustrated


advice on selecting or
retrofitting containers,
cultivation, efficient
maintenance, and
design plans to pull
it all together, Smiths
latest guide provides
everything needed to
grow a bounty of homegrown vegetables.
Publishers Weekly
BEST

Vegetable Gardening
Floor Display
12-copy floor display
4 copies each of Epic Tomatoes,
The Vegetable Gardeners Bible,
and The Vegetable Gardeners
Container Bible
$259.40 US / $351.40 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-044-7
No. 622044

This accessible
straightforward
book lays out tasks
based on weeks
before and after
an areas last frost
date, making it useful no matter where
you live.
american gardener

BEST
SELLER!

SELLER!

The Vegetable Gardeners


Container Bible
Anyone can grow tomatoes on a patio, lettuce on a windowsill, or broccoli on a balcony its easy! Best-selling
author Ed Smith shows how to choose the right plants,
select containers and tools, care for plants, control pests
without chemicals, and much more. He even includes
plans for small-space container gardens perfect for urban
and suburban gardeners.
112,000

copies in print

Week-by-Week Vegetable
Gardeners Handbook
ron kujawski
& jennifer kujawski

With detailed weekly to-do lists, whether its planting


strawberries or checking for tomato hornworm, readers
learn exactly what to do and exactly when and how
to do it.
62,000

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-975-7; No. 62975

illustrations throughout
264 pages; 8 x 10/

copies in print

Paper w/partially concealed wire-o:

Illustrations throughout

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

200 pages; 7 x 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-694-7; No. 62694

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

GARDENING

60

Novella Carpenter, author of

Farm City: The Education


of an Urban Farmer

Grow a Little Fruit Tree


ann ralph

With Ann Ralphs radical, yet simple, pruning technique


and easy maintenance plan, any full-size variety of fruit
tree can be kept small while still producing full-size
fruit in abundance! The book examines how to select
and plant the best varieties for their climate and tastes,
whether it be apples, apricots, cherries, figs, nectarines,
peaches, pears, persimmons, plums, or pomegranates.
With small trees, every task is easier, from pruning and
care to harvesting the fruit.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-054-6; No. 622054

illustrations throughout

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Beautiful and essential.


Ann Ralph is your goodnatured guide to the
sometimes intimidating
task of planting bare root
fruit trees, thinning fruit,
and that nail-biter of
them all: pruning.

168 pages; 7 x 9

The Fruit
Gardeners Bible

Landscaping
with Fruit

The Fruit Gardeners Bible shows


backyard gardeners how to
successfully grow organic
fruit and nuts at home. This
book covers everything about
growing fruit, from choosing
the best varieties to planting,
pruning, protecting from
wildlife, and harvesting.

This complete guide to


growing temperate-zone fruit
includes a plant-by-plant
encyclopedia that recommends
39 eye- and palate-pleasing
species well suited to home
landscapes.

lewis hill & leonard perry

64,000

copies in print

lee reich

Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-091-4; No. 62091

ISBN 978-1-60342-567-4; No. 62567

Hardcover with jacket:

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN

$30.00 US / $40.00 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-984-9; No. 62984

ISBN 978-1-60342-096-9; No. 62096

Full-color; photographs and

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

320 pages; 8 x 10/

192 pages; 9 x 10

Growing Tasty
Tropical Plants
in Any Home,
Anywhere

Laurelynn G. Martin
& Byron E. Martin
Now anyone can enjoy fresh
coffee brewed from beans
grown in the kitchen, or juice
from an orange picked in the
living room. This book, from
the co-owners of Logees
Tropical Plants, shows how
to successfully plant, grow,
and harvest 47 varieties of
tropical fruiting plants in
any climate.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-577-3; No. 62577
Full-color; photographs throughout
160 pages; 9 x 9

This is the book I wish


I had when I first got
interested in eating
wild.
Gary Lincoff, author of

The Joy of Foraging

The Essential Guide


to Cultivating
Mushrooms

BEST
SELLER!

stephen russell

Backyard Foraging
ellen zachos

Many edible plants can be found in backyards, lawns, and


parks. Theres the lawn full of sheep sorrel, chickweed,
dandelion, and pineapple weed. Vacant lots host edibles
such as sumac, purslane, or Japanese knotweed. And
urban parks may offer up garlic mustard and gingko nuts.
In addition to providing tips on safety and harvesting
etiquette, Backyard Foraging includes profiles of 65 edible
ornamental plants and weeds, as well as a few mushrooms.

Anyone who wants a steady


supply of such favorites as
shiitake or lions mane can
now cultivate mushrooms
at home. Step-by-step
photographs offer detailed
guidance for all levels, from
using a mushroom kit to
working with bulk substrates
to produce larger quantities
of mushrooms.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color;

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-009-6; No. 622009

photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-146-8; No. 622146

240 pages; 7 x 9

Full-color; photographs throughout


232 pages; 7 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

The Gardeners AZ
Guide to Growing
Organic Food
tanya l. k. denckla

This is the one-volume


resource organic gardeners
need, with growing,
harvesting, and storing
information for 765 varieties
of vegetables, fruits, herbs,
and nuts.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
62,000

copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-370-4; No. 67370
Two-color; illustrations throughout
496 pages; 7/ x 9/

The Perfect Pumpkin


Gail Damerow

Damerow offers detailed


instructions on how to grow
and harvest more than 95
varieties of pumpkin, plus fun
carving and crafts projects
and more than 30 recipes.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-993-9; No. 66993
Illustrations throughout
224 pages; 6 x 9

GARDENING

Growing & Using


Herbs Successfully

The Beginners Guide


to Edible Herbs

Packed with practical advice on


budgets, locations, business
plans, bookkeeping, staffing,
inventory, and pricing, this is
the book that will transform
an herb hobby into a profitable
herb business.

This illustrated guide


teaches readers how to plant,
propagate, harvest, dry,
freeze, store, and sell (both
wholesale and retail) 64 of the
most popular herbs.

Simple instructions, tempting


recipes, and beautiful photographs will inspire readers to
grow, harvest, preserve, and
cook with 26 of the most popular kitchen herbs, including
basil, cilantro, dill, fennel,
garlic, lavender, oregano,
parsley, sage, tarragon, and
more a great gift for any
herb lover.

bertha reppert

Selection of Crafters Choice


Book Club

37,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

betty e. m. jacobs

181,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-249-7; No. 66249
Illustrations throughout
240 pages; 6 x 9

charles w. g. smith

ISBN 978-0-88266-612-9; No. 66612

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-528-5; No. 62528

192 pages; 6 x 9

Full-color; photographs throughout


152 pages; 7 x 9

BACKLIST GOLD

Growing Your
Herb Business

61

BEST
SELLER!

Homegrown Herbs
tammi hartung

This primer shows gardeners how to plant, grow, harvest,


and use more than 100 popular herbs. It covers seed selection, planting, maintenance and care, harvesting, drying,
and uses in the kitchen, home pharmacy, crafting, and body
care. With renowned herbalist Tammi Hartung as a guide,
readers will see how easy it is to bring more beauty, flavor,
and health to everyday life.

Selection of HomeStyle Book Club

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-703-6; No. 62703

illustrations throughout
256 pages; 8 x 10/

Homegrown
Whole Grains

Herbal Remedy
Gardens

Grow, harvest, store, grind,


and cook nine popular whole
grains. In 1,000 square feet,
anyone can grow enough
wheat to harvest 50 pounds
in an afternoon enough
for 50 loaves of fresh bread.
Instructions are included on
how to grow, harvest, store,
grind, and prepare wheat,
corn, barley, millet, oats, rice,
rye, spelt, and quinoa.

Anyone can enhance health


naturally with more than
20 versatile medicinal herbs
from the garden. Included are
38 illustrated plans for easyto-maintain backyard and
container gardens.

ISBN 978-1-60342-140-9; No. 62140

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-153-9; No. 62153

Illustrations throughout

One-color with 8-page color insert;


illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

232 pages; 7/ x 9/

168 pages; 7 x 9

Growing Chinese
Vegetables in Your
Own Backyard
geri harrington

Chinese vegetables may seem


exotic, but theyre as easy to
grow as any other popular
garden vegetable. Gardeners
looking for new foods to try
will find thorough plant-byplant advice on choosing,
planting, growing, harvesting,
and cooking more than 40
Chinese vegetables and herbs.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

sara pitzer

dorie byers

Selection

of One Spirit,

Herbal Tea Gardens

The Herb Gardener

This tea lovers gardening


bible contains full instructions for growing herbs for
tea, plus more than 100 recipes for blending and brewing
the herbs in healthful and
delicious combinations. Includes 22 illustrated plans for
customized tea gardens.

An herb garden adds grace


and style to the home
landscape and exciting flavor
to the kitchen. Here are
gardening tips on 75 herbs for
both cooking and crafts.

marietta marshall marcin

susan mcclure

56,000

copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-873-4; No. 66873

Crafters Choice, and

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

HomeStyle Book Clubs

ISBN 978-1-58017-106-9; No. 67106

illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

240 pages; 8/ x 10

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-095-6; No. 67095

192 pages; 8 x 8

224 pages; 8 x 8

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

GARDENING

62

BEST
SELLER!

The Complete Compost


Gardening Guide

BACKLIST GOLD

Essential reading for any


gardener interested in
composting.
Library Journal

barbara pleasant & deborah l. martin


Keeping nourishing compost heaps right in the
garden means less digging, weeding, and mulching,
and even less planting. And heres one of the best
parts no more backbreaking slogs from compost
bin to garden. The authors even identify the plants
that benefit most from compost and explain how the
elements of a composted garden work together.
84,000

copies in print

stu campbell
& Jennifer Kujawski
This guide explains exactly how
to mulch for any situation
from sheet mulching to feeding
mulches to living mulches.
With a quick-reference chart
of mulch types and a section
on mulching for specific
vegetables, readers will find
maintaining their yards and
gardens much easier!
58,000

copies in print

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-702-3; No. 67702

illustrations throughout

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

How to Mulch

320 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-61212-444-5; No. 622444


Illustrations throughout
96 pages; 5 x 7

Let It Rot!

BEST
SELLER!

stu campbell
The classic guide to
making compost and leaf
mold and what to do with it
once youve made it.
Chicago Tribune
This is the book that helped
start the composting movement and taught gardeners
everywhere how to recycle
waste to create soil-nourishing
compost. It contains advice
for starting and maintaining a
composting system, building
bins, and using compost.
355,000

Secrets to Great Soil


elizabeth p. stell

Great soil grows a great garden! More than 300 detailed


illustrations and dozens of
charts show gardeners how to
solve all of their soil problems.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
43,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-008-6; No. 67008
Illustrations throughout
224 pages; 8 x 11

copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-023-9; No. 67023

ISBN 978-1-58017-703-0; No. 67703

Illustrations throughout
160 pages; 6 x 9

The Organic Lawn


Care Manual
paul tukey

Paul Tukey explains exactly


how to grow a healthy, organic
lawn: Begin with well-treated
soil; plant the right grass
cultivar for local conditions;
water the lawn well; and
maintain lawn height with a
good blade.
43,000

copies in print

The Lawn & Garden


Owners Manual

The Dirt-Cheap
Green Thumb

The WeatherResilient Garden

Cold-Climate
Gardening

Paper: $21.95 US / $29.95 CAN

The cost of tools, plants,


seeds, fertilizer, and water
can strain budgets, but these
tips and tricks for everything from starting seeds to
preserving produce will
help pennywise gardeners
control expenses.

A region-by-region reference
on how to plan and grow
a garden that will flourish
in normal conditions and
be hardy enough to thrive
despite drought, flood, high
winds, and extreme heat or
cold. Includes an encyclopedic list of resilient plants,
with specific advice for each
region of the United States.

Here is invaluable information for northern gardeners on


how to grow food, landscape,
protect vulnerable plantings,
warm up the soil earlier, and
choose appropriate species.
This book will also be useful
to gardeners in microclimates
(such as deep valleys) or those
who want to extend the gardening season in any climate.

Selection

44,000

lewis & nancy hill


Maintenance charts and
schedules (customized by
climate), paired with troubleshooting advice for problem
areas, help homeowners keep
every part of the garden fresh
and lively.

rhonda massingham hart

ISBN 978-1-58017-214-1; No. 67214

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-441-7; No. 62441

ISBN 978-1-58017-649-1; No. 67649

illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

192 pages; 8 x 10/

288 pages; 5 x 7

illustrations throughout
272 pages; 8 x 10/

8-copy counter display


$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-499-8; No. 62499

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

charles w. g. smith

of HomeStyle

Book Club

lewis hill

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-441-5; No. 66441

ISBN 978-1-58017-516-6; No. 67516

Photographs and illustrations

Illustrations throughout

throughout

416 pages; 6 x 9

320 pages; 6 x 9

GARDENING

Saving
Vegetable Seeds

Plants can be protected from


deer damage with innovative fencing, with homemade
or commercial repellents, or
simply by using plants that
deer hate. All that and more
is covered in this completely
revised and updated edition
of the classic on deerproofing
techniques.

Once gardeners begin to


start their plants from seeds,
theyll want to learn how
they can save seeds from
their favorite vegetables to
use the following season.
This book features 20 of the
most common vegetables
gardeners grow beans, carrots, peppers, and tomatoes,
to name a few and uses
step-by-step illustrations.

rhonda massingham hart

125,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

fern marshall bradley

Starting Seeds
barbara ellis

Gardeners of any experience


level can get a jump on the
growing season with this concise, straightforward guide.
Expert gardener Barbara Ellis
provides the basic information
that readers need and teaches
foolproof starting techniques
for a variety of vegetables,
herbs, and flowers.

8-copy counter display

208 pages; 6 x 9

Illustrations throughout

$71.60 US / $95.60 CAN

96 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-61212-163-5; No. 622163

Secrets of Plant
Propagation

Seed Sowing
and Saving

ISBN 978-0-88266-319-7; No. 66319

Readers can grow plants from


seed and learn how to start
shrubs and trees with these
clearly explained grafting
techniques. The results will
be bountiful, healthy plants
and great-tasting fruits and
vegetables.

Carole Turner explains when


to harvest the seeds of more
than 100 vegetables, herbs,
and flowers, as well as how to
dry, store, and test them for
viability for the next growing
season.

Full-color; photographs and

Selection

785,000

copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

illustrations throughout
384 pages; 8/ x 10

of HomeStyle

Book Club
129,000

copies in print

carole b. turner

Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
38,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-001-7; No. 67001

ISBN 978-0-88266-370-8; No. 66370

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

224 pages; 8 x 11

176 pages; 8 x 11

40,000 copies in print

128 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-61212-363-9; No. 622363

lewis hill

Deborah Peterson & Millicent Selsam

Illustrations throughout

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

The best of Dick Raymonds


vegetable gardening wisdom
is illustrated with full-color
photos and at-a-glance charts
that make his methods accessible to any gardener.

Dont Throw It, Grow It!

ISBN 978-1-61212-105-5; No. 622105

Illustrations throughout

Dick Raymond

BEST
SELLER!

Pits, nuts, beans, seeds, and tubers can be coaxed into lush,
vibrant houseplants that are both attractive and fascinating.
Plant charts, step-by-step instructions, and illustrations show
readers the path from kitchen scrap to beautiful plant.

ISBN 978-1-58017-585-2; No. 67585

Joy of Gardening

BACKLIST GOLD

Deerproofing Your
Yard & Garden

63

8-copy counter display

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-064-8; No. 62064
Two-color; illustrations throughout
160 pages; 6 x 7

Saving Seeds

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-634-1; No. 66634
192 pages; 6 x 9

No. 62094

robert gough
& cheryl moore-gough

Select, harvest, and store


seeds from more than 100
flowers and vegetables
commonly grown in home
gardens.

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-094-5

The Complete Guide


to Saving Seeds

marc rogers

72,000

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN

This comprehensive guide


shows exactly how to collect,
save, and cultivate the
seeds from more than 300
vegetables, herbs, fruits,
flowers, trees, and shrubs.
Easy-to-follow instructions
guide gardeners through
every step of the process.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-574-2; No. 62574
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

GARDENING

64

The Homeowners
Complete Tree &
Shrub Handbook
penelope osullivan
photography by
karen bussolini

lewis hill
& penelope osullivan

Pruning Made Easy


lewis hill

More than 300 step-by-step


illustrations demonstrate the
proper times, equipment, and
techniques for safely pruning
trees, shrubs, hedges, vines,
and flowers.

Selection of HomeStyle

In a Q&A format, expert


advice and detailed illustrations provide everything
needed to successfully prune
flowering trees, fruit and
nut trees, shrubs, brambles,
evergreens, vines, ground
covers, and more.

Book Club

Flexibind with paper spine:

ISBN 978-1-58017-006-2; No. 67006

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-710-4; No. 62710

224 pages; 8 x 11

This comprehensive guide


explains the principles
and practicalities of bringing magnificent woody
plants to every landscape.

The Pruning
Answer Book

Paper: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-570-8; No. 67570
Hardcover with jacket:
$39.95 US / $53.95 CAN

Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
180,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

The Gardeners
AZ Guide to Growing
Flowers from Seed to
Bloom
eileen powell

This encyclopedia of 576


annuals, perennials, and
bulbs, with information
on sowing, transplanting,
bloom time, propagation,
and general care, features a
full-color flower gallery and
a design planner.
Selection

Book Club

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

384 pages; 4 x 6/

ISBN 978-1-58017-571-5; No. 67571

8-copy mixed counter display

Full-color; photographs and

4 Pruning Answer,

illustrations throughout

4 Veggie Gardeners Answer

416 pages; 8 x 10/

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

of HomeStyle

ISBN 978-1-58017-517-3; No. 67517


Two-color with 64-page full-color
plant guide; illustrations throughout
528 pages; 7/ x 9/

Right Rose,
Right Place

peter schneider
Roses can be easy to grow if
the right plants are chosen
for the site. Schneider
discusses the best options
for flower beds, hedges, trellises, containers, and more
and gives advice on growing,
pruning, and dealing with
pests and disease.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
Hardcover with jacket:
$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-438-7; No. 62438
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
272 pages; 9 x 10

ISBN 978-1-60342-777-7; No. 62777

The Flower
Gardeners Bible
lewis & nancy hill
photography by
joseph de Sciose

This comprehensive guide


covers everything gardeners
need to know about growing
flowers, including plans for 25
beautiful theme gardens and
a photographic encyclopedia
with specific advice on growing
more than 400 species.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club

77,000 copies in print

Paper : $27.50 US / $36.50 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-462-6; No. 67462
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
384 pages; 8 x 10/

The Ever-Blooming
Flower Garden
lee schneller

Using Lee Schnellers fun


and easy blueprint system
and its five simple steps
measure and draw, set height
proportions, calculate plant
numbers, begin the blueprint,
and choose the plants
gardeners of any skill level
can plan a foolproof season of
nonstop colorful blooms.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-139-3; No. 62139
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
224 pages; 8 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Hardy Succulents

Grasses

nancy j. ondra
photography by
saxon holt

Foliage

gwen moore kelaidis


photography by
saxon holt

From agaves to ice plants,


hardy succulents add a touch
of the unexpected to nondesert gardens. This resource
shows readers how to grow
succulents in any North
American hardiness zone.

Ornamental grasses provide


diversity in garden designs,
stabilize soil, and conserve
water. These illustrated plans
for 24 gardens show how to
use dozens of stunning grass
varieties.

Foliage illustrates the features


and requirements of dozens
of plants, all chosen for the
unique appeal of their leaves.

2009

Selection

American Horticultural

Book Club

Society Book Award


Paper with flaps:

of HomeStyle

112,000 copies in print

nancy j. ondra
photography by
rob cardillo

2008

American Horticultural

Society Book Award


Paper with flaps:
$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-648-4; No. 67648
Full-color; photographs and

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper with flaps:

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-700-9; No. 67700

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

304 pages; 9 x 9

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-423-7; No. 67423

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

160 pages; 9 x 9

illustrations throughout
144 pages; 9 x 9

GARDENING

Saving
Container Plants

Growing Healthy
Houseplants

Along with comprehensive


information on planting
techniques, care, and
maintenance, this book
includes a fully illustrated
A-to-Z directory of more than
100 plant species.

With this guide, readers will


learn how to use overwintering techniques to save container plants such as fuchsia
and geraniums beyond the
first year. By understanding
the dormancy conditions
their plants need to survive,
container gardeners can
enjoy the same plants for
many seasons. The book
includes a plant-by-plant
guide for quick reference.

This guide offers essential information for new


houseplant owners who
want to know how to choose
the right plants and how to
keep them thriving. It covers
what plants need in terms of
location, sunlight, water, and
fertilizer and explains when
plants should be repotted,
how to prune, how to keep
plants clean and free of pests,
and basic propagation.

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-361-5; No. 622361

ISBN 978-1-61212-440-7; No. 622440

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

128 pages; 5 x 7

128 pages; 5 x 7

Susan Berry & Steve Bradley

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-329-2; No. 67329
Full-color; photographs throughout
160 pages; 8 x 10/

Down & Dirty!

Ellen Zachos

Fun outdoor projects cover


everything from attracting
birds to preparing treats with
your homegrown strawberries. Each project includes
clear and accessible information to get you started and
give you confidence.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-641-5; No. 67641

alice and brian mcgowan

Tabletop Gardens
Rosemary Mccreary
These 40 indoor garden
designs offer many ideas for
choosing a personal style
and getting started plants
under glass, in bowls and
trays, and even in water
environments. Each project
includes complete advice on
the materials needed and
step-by-step information on
how to create the garden.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-837-2; No. 67837

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

256 pages; 9 x 10

illustrations throughout
168 pages; 8/ x 10

ellen zachos

Window Boxes

James Cramer
& Dean Johnson

More than 150 full-color


photographs, step-by-step
instructions, and useful
plant-care tips accompany
100 projects and quick design
ideas for year-round window
boxes. Container gardening
combined with flower arranging results in stunning visual
treasures for every season.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-518-0; No. 67518
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
176 pages; 9 x 10

BACKLIST GOLD

The Practical Guide to


Container Gardening

65

BEST
SELLER!

The Complete
Houseplant Survival Manual
Barbara Pleasant

This guide shows readers how to care for exciting


imports, dozens of long-flowering varieties, and hardier
cultivars of old favorites. Pleasant covers troubleshooting,
care, pruning, repotting, and propagating for each of 160
flowering and foliage houseplants and includes an A-to-Z
primer on houseplant health.

Selection of HomeStyle Book Club

61,000 copies in print

Flexibind: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-569-2

illustrations throughout

No. 67569

384 pages; 7 x 10/

Continuous
Container Gardens

Bonsai
Survival Manual

Sara Begg Townsend &


Roanne Robbins

Colin Lewis

Container gardens should


look great beyond the
summer. Garden designers
Townsend and Robbins offer
an innovative system for
creating stylish container
gardens that change with
the seasons and look great
year-round. The book features
designs for twelve containers,
each with a unique plan for
swapping plants every season,
for a total of 48 exciting looks.

The one-stop source of vital


information on how to buy
and grow attractive bonsai and
keep them thriving. Fifty popular species are covered in this
excellent beginners guide.

56,000 copies in print

Paper: $22.95 US / $30.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-853-6; No. 66853
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 7 x 9/

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-702-9; No. 62702
Full-color; photographs throughout
272 pages; 9 x 8/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

66

GARDENING

Kimberly
Lacy-Lightford,
Host & Designer for
HGTV's Curb Appeal:

the block

Five-Plant Gardens

nancy j. ondra
photography by rob cardillo

BACKLIST GOLD

Great for beginner


gardeners, landscape
designers, nurseries,
and average folks at
home ready to bring
some Curb Appeal to
their yards.

Tips for the Lazy


Gardener

Caring for Perennials

217,000

Book Club

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

47,000

ISBN 978-1-58017-449-7; No. 67449

Linda Tilgner

copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-026-0; No. 67026
Illustrations throughout
144 pages; 6 x 9

Five-Plant Gardens gives readers all the tools to design and


plant a spectacular perennial garden. By starting with one
of these five-plant plans for growing in sun, partial shade,
or full shade, gardeners of all levels will find the process
manageable. Each of the plans includes an illustrated
planting plan, season-by-season highlights, a shopping
list with brief plant descriptions, what to expect as the
planting matures, and tips on customizing the planting for
different sites, climates, or themes.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-004-1; No. 622004

illustrations throughout

Janet Macunovich
Selection

of HomeStyle

copies in print

The City Gardeners


Handbook
Linda Yang

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-0-88266-957-1; No. 66957

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

336 pages; 7 x 9

illustrations throughout
200 pages; 8 x 11

184 pages; 9 x 10/

Designer Plant
Combinations
scott calhoun

More than 100 creative


combinations, planted by
top garden designers, inspire
home gardeners to put plants
together in unexpected but
stunning groupings. Each
garden composition uses six
plants or fewer perfect for
every small space.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-077-8; No. 62077

Selection

Natural Stonescapes
richard l. dub
& frederick c. campbell
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-092-5; No. 67092
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

Outdoor Stonework

alan & gill bridgewater


73,000

copies in print

Paper: $17.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Outdoor
Water Features

alan & gill bridgewater


75,000

copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-333-9; No. 67333

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-334-6; No. 67334

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

128 pages; 8 x 11

illustrations throughout
128 pages; 8 x 11

176 pages; 8 x 10/

of HomeStyle

Book Club

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
240 pages; 8 x 8

Kiss My Aster
amanda thomsen

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-986-3; No. 62986
Full-color; illustrations throughout
160 pages; 9/ x 7

Who cares what the neighbors


think? Kiss My Aster is a
hilarious, irreverent, interactive
guide to designing an outdoor
space that is exactly what
each reader wants. Combining
entertaining illustrations with
laugh-out-loud text, Amanda
Thomsen lays out the many
options for home landscaping
and invites each gardener to
make choices.

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

The Gardeners
Bug Book

The Gardeners
Weed Book

The Gardeners Guide


to Plant Diseases

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-609-9; No. 66609

ISBN 978-0-88266-921-2; No. 66921

ISBN 978-0-88266-274-9; No. 66274

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

144 pages; 6 x 9

208 pages; 6 x 9

192 pages; 6 x 9

Barbara Pleasant

Barbara Pleasant

Barbara Pleasant

GARDENING

67

BACKLIST GOLD

Filled with useful


information and
insights from authors
who know their stuff,
this book covers
myriad situations,
problems, layouts,
styles, seasons, and
effects.

Seascape Gardening
anne halpin
photography by
roger foley

Seascape Gardening covers the


plants and landscape designs
that work best in coastal
gardens from New England to
the Carolinas.
2007

Winner of the Garden

Writers Silver Award of


Achievement
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Covering Ground
barbara w. ellis

Ground covers are a beautiful


way to bring variety, texture,
and durability to open sweeps
of lawn. A vibrant new palette
of unexpected plant choices
and hardworking design and
planting advice give gardeners
the know-how to create striking, low-maintenance alternatives to traditional lawns.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club

ISBN 978-1-58017-531-9; No. 67531

The Perennial
Care Manual

BEST
SELLER!

nancy j. ondra
photography by
rob cardillo

Thorough instructions on
how to care for more than 125
popular perennials ensure a
healthy garden for all growers.
Selection

BEST
SELLER!

The Perennial Gardeners


Design Primer

stephanie cohen & nancy j. ondra


photography by rob cardillo
This primer explains how to choose perennials that suit a
specific site and combine well with each other and offers
down-to-earth design solutions for 20 specific types of gardens, including a low-maintenance garden, a more complex
container garden, a formal border, and a cottage garden.

of HomeStyle

Book Club
36,000

fine gardening

copies in print

Paper: $27.95 US / $37.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-150-8; No. 62150

Selection

of HomeStyle Book Club

Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

Hardcover with jacket:

ISBN 978-1-58017-665-1; No. 67665

224 pages; 9 x 9

$34.95 US / $46.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-151-5; No. 62151

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

224 pages; 9 x 10

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-543-2; No. 67543

illustrations throughout

2006

Garden Writers Silver Award of Achievement Winner

74,000

copies in print

320 pages; 8 x 10/

384 pages; 8 x 10/

Designing Your
Gardens and
Landscapes
janet macunovich

Appropriate for any region,


this practical 12-step approach
to home landscape design
focuses on the individual
preferences, natural
restrictions, and climatic
concerns of the landscaper.

Poolscaping

Deckscaping

From choosing lighting to


selecting plants, readers will
learn what it takes to create
a beautiful pool area.
S
 election of HomeStyle

A deck can be transformed


from an overexposed flat
space to a cool, private living
area with trellises, lighting,
and plants.

Book Club

catriona tudor erler

57,000

copies in print

Paper with flaps:

barbara w. ellis

M
 ain Selection of HomeStyle
Book Club

63,000

copies in print

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper with flaps:

ISBN 978-1-58017-385-8; No. 67385

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper with comb-binding:

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-408-4; No. 67408

$19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

208 pages; 9 x 10

illustrations throughout

74,000

copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-315-5; No. 67315


Illustrations throughout
176 pages; 8 x 10/

176 pages; 9 x 10

Fallscaping

How Carrots Won


the Trojan War

nancy j. ondra and


stephanie cohen
photography by
rob cardillo

Rebecca Rupp

Here is the comprehensive


guide to the best lateblooming plants. Included
are 10 complete garden plans
combining flowers, shrubs,
ground covers, and grasses
that thrive in the cool, golden
days of early fall.

Selection of HomeStyle

This delightful collection of


behind-the-scenes tales of
the worlds most popular
vegetables is the perfect gift
for gardeners, foodies, history
buffs, and anyone who wants
to know the secret stories
concealed in a salad.
Selection

of the Military and

History Book Club

Book Club

Garden

Writers Association

Silver Book Award Winner

Paper with flaps:


$22.95 US / $30.95 CAN

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-680-4; No. 67680

ISBN 978-1-60342-968-9; No. 62968

Full-color; photographs and

Two-color; illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

384 pages; 5 x 8

240 pages; 9 x 10

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

WELL-BEING

68

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR ROSEMARY GLADSTAR


A true reflection
of its author in its
wisdom, knowledge,
and practicality.
Nobuko Sera-Kingsley,
MD Internist

BEST
SELLER!

Herbs for
Childrens Health

Herbs for
Mens Health

Herbs for
Common Ailments

Focusing on 24 of the best


herbs for mens health,
renowned herbalist Rosemary
Gladstar shares original recipes for combining the herbs
in teas, tinctures, and baths,
as well as immunity-building
foods to make herbal remedies
that address heart disease,
hypertension, infertility,
prostate disorders, and more.

Renowned herbalist
Rosemary Gladstar offers
the perfect introduction to
the most effective herbal
remedies that every family
should have in their home
medicine chest, along with
recipes for easing common
ailments such as colds,
bruises, and muscle aches
and pains.

Selection of One Spirit Book Club

Written by renowned herbalist Rosemary Gladstar, this


guide is an inviting introduction to making and using
herbal preparations that includes descriptions of 24 safe
and common herbs; recipes
for using them in teas, salves,
tablets, and food; and herbal
remedies for colds, colic,
teething, diaper rash, cradle
cap, cuts, burns, and more.

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

94,000 copies in print

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-477-3; No. 622477

ISBN 978-1-61212-431-5

ISBN 978-1-61212-475-9; No. 622475

Illustrations throughout

No. 622431

Illustrations throughout

128 pages; 5 x 7

Illustrations throughout

Rosemary Gladstars Medicinal Herbs:


A Beginners Guide
Widely recognized as the godmother of modern herbalism,
Rosemary Gladstar is renowned worldwide for her
inspired teaching and trustworthy knowledge of healing
herbs. Now, Gladstar offers a fresh introduction for a
new generation of gardeners and natural health and selfsufficiency enthusiasts.

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Full-color;

ISBN 978-1-61212-005-8; No. 622005

photographs throughout
224 pages; 7 x 9

128 pages; 5 x 7

AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2015

128 pages; 5 x 7

One of the most


influential herbalists
in the United States.
M
 aria Nol Mandile,
Natural Health
magazine

BEST
SELLER!

Rosemary Gladstars Herbal


Recipes for Vibrant Health
Promote radiant beauty within and without, soothe everyday
ailments, and ease stress and anxiety with 175 simple herbal
recipes. An A-to-Z guide to more than 90 common herbs
explains the benefits and suggested uses of each plant.

Selection of One Spirit Book Club

138,000 copies in print

Herbs for LongLasting Health

Herbs for
Stress & Anxiety

From face cream to body


scrubs, massage oils, and
herbal shampoos, renowned
herbalist Rosemary Gladstar
shares her favorite recipes for
natural beauty and body care,
including her own 5-Step
Skin Care Program.

Best-selling author Rosemary Gladstar explains how


to use 22 herbs to enhance
vitality and well-being at any
age. She also discusses the
superfoods, supplements,
and herbal teas that support
a healthy lifestyle. There are
15 recipes for effective tinctures, teas, tonics, and more,
including Longevity Tonic,
7-Herb Long-Life Soup, and
Brain Tonic Tincture.

This accessible introduction


profiles the most effective
herbs for teas and tinctures
to address common stress
symptoms such as panic
attacks, depression, headaches, migraines, herpes,
insomnia, and neuralgia.
There are also techniques
for making herbal tonics,
sedatives, demulcents,
and stimulants to soothe
nervous system issues.

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-473-5; No. 622473

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color;

ISBN 978-1-60342-078-5; No. 62078

photographs throughout
408 pages; 7 x 7

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Herbs for
Natural Beauty

Illustrations throughout
128 pages; 5 x 7

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-471-1; No. 622471

ISBN 978-1-61212-429-2; No. 622429

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

128 pages; 5 x 7

128 pages; 5 x 7

WELL-BEING

Pierre Jean Cousin


Readers will learn how
to use essential oils and
fingertip massage to help
prevent and even reverse the
effects of aging. There are
easy-to-follow directions for
making facial masks, tonics,
and lotions using all-natural
ingredients to protect and
tone the skin and reduce
wrinkles.

Making
Aromatherapy
Creams & Lotions
Donna Maria

Paper with vinyl-coated cover:

Here is the guide to creating


personalized facial creams,
body rubs, lip balms, and
more using a simple five-step
method, all-natural ingredients, and the power of
aromatherapy. It includes an
overview of aromatherapy,
techniques for extracting
aromatic plant materials, and
101 recipes.

$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

52,000 copies in print

The Aromatherapy
Companion
Victoria H. Edwards

With these hundreds of


soothing and healing recipes
for beauty, good health, and
physical and emotional wellbeing, readers learn how to
work with essential and carrier
oils and even how to create
their own customized blends.

43,000 copies in print

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Facelift at Your
Fingertips

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-150-2; No. 67150
Two-color; illustrations throughout
288 pages; 8 x 8

69

Herbal Goddess
amy jirsa

Master herbalist Amy Jirsa offers recipes and ideas for


fully embracing the distinctive qualities of 12 versatile
herbs. Each chapter is devoted to exploring one herb in
depth, encouraging readers to bring the plant into every
aspect of their lives, from food and drink to body care,
medicine, meditation, and even yoga, with poses that capture the spirit of each herb. With appealing recipes such as
aromatic chamomile body wash and holy basil spice butter
cookies, Jirsa invites readers to share in her delight for
the herbal goddess lifestyle, which is beautifully portrayed
with original photography.

ISBN 978-1-58017-242-4; No. 67242

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-241-7; No. 67241

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

6-copy counter display

128 pages; 6 x 9

Two-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-412-4; No. 622412

$119.70 US / $161.70 CAN

168 pages; 6 x 8/

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-634-0

256 pages; 6 x 8

No. 622634

Perfumes, Splashes
& Colognes

The Essential
Oils Book

Nancy M. Booth

Colleen K. Dodt

Readers learn to pinpoint


fragrance preferences, then
create their own unique perfumes, splashes, and colognes
or re-create their favorite
commercial perfumes at a
fraction of the price.

Soothing or invigorating,
aromatic essential oils can
be used in air fresheners,
home-cleaning products,
bath soaks, and, of course,
perfumes. Complete
instructions show readers
how to use essential oils
safely and effectively.

35,000

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-985-4; No. 66985

86,000 copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

176 pages; 6 x 9

ISBN 978-0-88266-913-7; No. 66913


Two-color; illustrations throughout
160 pages; 6 x 9

The Herbal Home Spa


Greta Breedlove

Anyone can create sumptuous


personal-care products to
pamper every part of the
body. These easy-to-follow
recipes yield products that
rival the best offerings at spas
and specialty shops.

44,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-005-5; No. 67005
Illustrations throughout
208 pages; 6 x 9

The Herbal Home Remedy Book


Joyce A. Wardwell

These simple recipes provide complete instructions for


gathering, drying, storing, and blending 25 common herbs
to improve overall health and to stock the home medicine cabinet with all-natural salves, tinctures, syrups, and
lozenges.

Selection of One Spirit Book Club

45,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-016-1; No. 67016

176 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

70

WELL-BEING

BEST-SELLING AUTHOR

STEPHEN HARROD BUHNER


Buhner has arrived at the frightening truth that
you wont find in the Journal of the American
Medical Association: We are running out of
weapons in the war on germs.
James A. Duke, PhD, author of The Green Pharmacy

Herbal Antibiotics, 2nd Edition

BEST
SELLER!
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-987-0; No. 62987
Two-color
480 pages; 6 x 9

Antibiotic-resistant infections are alarmingly on the rise,


and people are looking for sound information on herbal
alternatives to standard antibiotics. In this indispensable
reference, herbal expert Stephen Harrod Buhner explains
the roots of antibiotic resistance, explores the value of
herbal treatments, and provides in-depth profiles of 30
valuable herbs, noting for each one its antibiotic properties,
methods for collection and preparation, dosages, potential
side effects, contraindications, and alternatives.

Selection of One Spirit Book Club

103,000 copies in print

Naturally
Healthy Skin

Stephanie Tourles

Natural Foot Care


Stephanie Tourles

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-054-3; No. 67054

ISBN 978-1-58017-130-4; No. 67130

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

192 pages; 6 x 9

208 pages; 6 x 9

Elegant, articulate, and brilliantly researched.


A must for every practitioners library.
Kathleen Maier, RH (AHG), Sacred Plant Traditions, LLC

Herbal Antivirals
With new strains of viruses emerging and vaccines
becoming less effective, more people are looking
for alternative ways to boost immunity and fight
BEST
infection. This comprehensive manual addresses
SELLER!
the most effective herbal protocols for treating flu,
encephalitis, SARS, dengue fever, and more.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Selection of One Spirit Book Club

ISBN 978-1-61212-160-4; No. 622160


Two-color
416 pages; 6 x 9

365 Ways to Energize


Mind, Body & Soul
Stephanie Tourles
68,000

copies in print

Naturally
Healthy Hair

Mary Beth Janssen


Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $7.95 US / $10.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-129-8; No. 67129

ISBN 978-1-58017-331-5; No. 67331

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

192 pages; 6 x 9

384 pages; 4 x 4

Herbs for Hepatitis C


and the Liver

Healthy Bones
& Joints

The Soul
Support Book

How to Sleep
Soundly Tonight

ISBN 978-1-58017-248-6; No. 67248

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper with flaps:

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-58017-255-4; No. 67255

ISBN 978-1-58017-253-0; No. 67253

$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-314-8; No. 67314

throughout

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-58017-286-8; No. 67286

Two-color

160 pages; 5 x 8

throughout

throughout

Full-color; illustrations throughout

192 pages; 5 x 7

160 pages; 5 x 8

128 pages; 5 x 8

112 pages; 5 x 7

ADHD Alternatives
Aviva & Tracy Romm

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Stephen Harrod Buhner

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

David Hoffmann

Deb Koffman

Barbara L. Heller

WELL-BEING

Colleen K. Dodt

Creating an Herbal
Bodycare Business
Sandy Maine

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Using easy-to-follow
instructions, parents can
make natural lotions, bath
oils, creams, powders, and
shampoos that will ensure
glowing health and enhance
the bond between parent
and child. Information is
included on self-care during
pregnancy, infant massage,
and gift ideas.

Maine shares her own


business-building methods
and explains how to create
a sound business plan,
analyze the market and price
products, set up a system for
keeping accounts and records
organized, design print and
online marketing materials,
employ staff, and much more.

ISBN 978-1-60342-141-6; No. 62141

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-953-3; No. 66953

ISBN 978-1-58017-094-9; No. 67094

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

160 pages; 6 x 9

160 pages; 6 x 9

Karyn Siegel-Maier
Makes babys first year
magical and rewarding with
hundreds of simple ideas for
bonding, playing, learning,
and nurturing. These 500
tips make the time joyful and
low-stress for both baby and
parents.

71,000 copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout


304 pages; 5 x 7
8-copy counter display

Natural Baby Care

BACKLIST GOLD

Happy Baby,
Happy You

71

A lovely and beautifully illustrated


way to take basic
health and beauty
matters into your
own hands.
Yoga
International

BEST
SELLER!

Organic Body Care Recipes


Stephanie Tourles

Now its fun and simple to make lotions, scrubs, toners,


masks, and much more with dozens of luscious recipes
created by natural health and beauty expert Stephanie
Tourles to maintain radiantly healthy skin, hair, feet,
hands, and nails. Her broad range of beauty formulas for
every skin type puts complete control into the hands of
the home crafter interested in personalizing her beauty
regimen.

Main Selection of One Spirit Book Club

Selection of Crafters Choice, HomeStyle, Black Expressions,

124,000 copies in print

and Zooba Book Clubs

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-159-1

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-676-7; No. 67676

384 pages; 8 x 8

No. 62159

PAMPER YOURSELF

Self-Indulgence 54-copy counter display

Includes 6 each and 12 of Simple Ways to Energize


$213.30 US / $321.30 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-897-6; No. 67897
Paper: $3.95 US / $5.95 CAN

Makes you want to


skip the drugstore
and head to your
kitchen for some
natural remedies.
NY1 News

INDIE
PICK!

Books are not prepriced

Hands-On Healing Remedies


Stephanie L. tourles

Stephanie Tourles offers 150 original recipes for herbal


balms, oils, salves, liniments, and other topical ointments to
make and treat a wide range of conditions, from headaches
and backaches to arthritis, tendinitis, fungal infections,
anxiety, cuts and scrapes, insomnia, splinters, and cracked
skin. These preparations are all-natural, effective, safe, and
fun to prepare.

A Celebration of Motherhood

How to Keep a Dream Journal

Simple Ways to Relax

Michelle Gillett

Diana Rosen

Barbara L. Heller

ISBN 978-1-58017-384-1

ISBN 978-1-58017-890-7

ISBN 978-1-58017-895-2

No. 67384

No. 67890

No. 67895

A Spa of Your Own

Incense

Taking Time for Friends

Stephanie Tourles

Diana Rosen

Dale Evva Gelfand

ISBN 978-1-58017-888-4

ISBN 978-1-58017-567-8

ISBN 978-1-58017-546-3

No. 67888

No. 67567

No. 67546

By Candlelight

Simple Ways to Energize

Diana Rosen

Stephanie Tourles

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-566-1

ISBN 978-1-58017-887-7

ISBN 978-1-61212-006-5; No. 622006

320 pages; 8 x 8

No. 67566

No. 67887

Selection of One Spirit, Doubleday, Crafters Choice, Good


Cook, and BOMC2 Book Clubs

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

72

FARMING & SUSTAINABLE LIVING

brett mcleod

In his guide to innovatively farming the forest floor, Brett


McLeod explains how to take stock of the forest makeup;
use key tools such as axes, bow saws, and chain saws;
incorporate pasture and silvopasture to raise livestock;
prune and coppice trees (a forestry method that dates
back to medieval Europe) to create fuel, fodder, and furniture; build living fences and shelters for livestock; grow
fruit trees and berries in a woodland orchard; and make
syrup from birch, walnut, and box elder trees.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations

ISBN 978-1-61212-349-3; No. 622349

throughout

AVAILABLE JUNE 2015

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

The Woodland Homestead

The Backyard
Lumberjack

Frank Philbrick
& Stephen Philbrick
Here is the complete woodcutting reference. On subjects
from choosing the perfect
chain saw to safely felling,
bucking, splitting, and stacking
wood, Frank and Stephen
Philbrick share their enthusiasm for the pleasures and
rigors of bringing down trees.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-634-7; No. 67634
Full-color; photographs and

A Landowners
Guide to Managing
Your Woods
Ann Larkin Hansen,
Mike Severson &
Dennis L. Waterman

Readers will learn how to


identify the type, health,
and quality of their trees;
plant, prune, and thin trees;
improve their ecosystem by
creating trails and adding
water; improve wildlife
habitat; and enjoy and use
the land productively.

illustrations throughout
176 pages; 8 x 9

The New
Woodburners
Handbook

Stephen Bushway
Here is the essential laymans
guide to both the latest
improvements in stoves
and the age-old wisdom of
heating with wood.
Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-788-1; No. 66788
Illustrations throughout
168 pages; 6 x 9

N
 ational Woodland Owners
Association 2011 Woodlands
Book of the Year Award Winner

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-800-2; No. 62800

256 pages; 8 x 10

Illustrations throughout
304 pages; 6 x 9

Stone Primer

Stonework

Building with Stone

Building Stone Walls

This is the essential guide for


homeowners interested in
adding stone to any setting,
indoors or out. How-to techniques, step-by-step projects
for the home, stone mason
profiles, and beautiful photography give the book appeal
as both a solid DIY guide and
an inspirational dream book.

Readers will discover the


lasting satisfaction of working
with stone and learn the tricks
of the trade from a master
craftsman with this collection
of 22 projects garden paths
and walls, porches, pools, seats,
waterfalls, a bridge, and more.

Anyone can learn the art and


craft of creating stone structures with McRaven's easy-tofollow building instructions
and his underlying philosophy
that careful craftsmanship will
repay itself many times over.

With a pile of rocks, a few


tools, and this book full of
techniques, plans, illustrations, and photographs,
anyone can build a beautiful,
enduring stone wall.

Charles McRaven

Charles McRaven

82,000 copies in print

Charles McRaven

116,000 copies in print

John Vivian

125,000 copies in print

Step-by-Step
Outdoor Stonework
Mike Lawrence

More than 20 easy-to-build


stone projects for patio and
garden are described in detail
and illustrated with hundreds
of drawings and color
photographs.
42,000 copies in print

Paper: $11.95 US / $15.95 CAN

Paper: $17.95 US / $23.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-074-5; No. 66074

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-550-4; No. 66550

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-0-88266-891-8; No. 66891

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-976-2; No. 66976

Photographs and

throughout

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-670-5; No. 67670

Photographs and illustrations

illustrations throughout

112 pages; 6 x 9

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

throughout

192 pages; 8 x 11

illustrations throughout

192 pages; 8 x 11

272 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

96 pages; 8 x 11

FARMING & SUSTAINABLE LIVING

Made from Scratch

Barnheart

This is the hilarious,


heartbreaking story of one
woman's journey toward
self-sufficiency. Woginrich
shares the deep satisfaction
that comes with providing
for oneself. In an encouraging
and entertaining voice, she
weaves into her narrative
easy-to-follow instructions
for making ones own clothes,
learning to play a musical
instrument, and much more.

Homesteader Jenna Woginrich, learning to farm by trial


and error, tells the lively
story of her quest for a home
for herself and her livestock.
Readers will laugh out loud
while they find inspiration
in this story of striving for a
more authentic life.

Jenna WoginRich

Winner of Books for a Better


Life Award 2009

Selection

One-Woman Farm
jenna woginrich

Jenna Woginrich

of One Spirit,

HomeStyle, The Good Cook,


and BOMC2 Book Clubs

Jennas fans have followed


her journey from an office life
to an Idaho homestead and,
ultimately, to her farm in upstate New York. In this book,
Jennas voice and fearless
spirit express the gratitude and
spiritual fulfillment she discovers in such practical, essential
chores as training a cart horse,
delivering twin goats, and
working with her neighbors.

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-795-1; No. 62795
184 pages; 5 x 8

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

INDIE
PICK!

Selection of One Spirit


Book Club

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

73

100 Skills Youll Need for the End of


the World (as We Know It)
ana maria spagna

What skills will come in handy when the world we


know is changed beyond recognition? These 100 skills,
paired with a quirky interpretation by noted illustrator
Brian Cronin, reflect the simple, self-reliant life that so
many yearn for in todays technology-driven world. The
book reminds us of traditional skills, honors old-time
occupations, revives survival skills, and restores communication. For readers who want to know which skills
theyll need for the end times, or to stem the tide of
environmental disaster, 100 Skills Youll Need for the End of
the World (as We Know It) is the perfect starting point.

ISBN 978-1-60342-718-0; No. 62718

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-532-2; No. 62532

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-456-8; No. 622456

$119.60 US / $159.60 CAN

Illustrations throughout

208 pages; 6 x 7

Full-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-628-9

224 pages; 5 x 7

No. 622628

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

208 pages; 5 x 8

This fascinating,
friendly book is
brimming with ideas,
illustrations, and
enthusiasm.
T he New York Times
Book Review

BEST
SELLER!

Greenhorns

edited by
Zo Ida Bradbury,
Severine von
Tscharner Fleming
& paula Manalo
These 50 original essays are by
visionaries who have eschewed
the comforts of desk jobs to dig
deep in the soil. Collectively,
the writers explore farming
from a vast range of angles,
both practical and inspirational.
Topics include financing, family,
logistics, machinery, community building, and social change.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

The Blacksmiths
Craft
Charles McRaven

Simple, clear instructions


with step-by-step photography
show how to build a forge,
make or acquire tools, and use
those tools to create items of
lasting beauty and durability.

53,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-593-7; No. 67593
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
256 pages; 7 x 9

Storeys Basic
Country Skills

John & Martha Storey


For anyone who wants to
be more self-sufficient,
more than 150 of Storeys
expert authors share their
knowledge of gardening,
homesteading, building,
animal husbandry, and
more. This guide shows
how to milk a cow, sharpen
an ax, preserve fruits and
vegetables, clean a chimney,
and grow raspberries.

180,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-60342-772-2; No. 62772

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-202-8; No. 67202

256 pages; 6 x 9

Two-color; illustrations throughout

BEST
SELLER!

The Backyard Homestead


Edited by Carleen Madigan

Put that backyard to work! Just one-quarter of an acre can


yield 1,400 eggs, 50 pounds of wheat, 60 pounds of fruit,
2,000 pounds of vegetables, 280 pounds of pork, and 75
pounds of fruit. Plant, grow, harvest, cook, brew, keep
animals, make cheese, preserve fruits and vegetables,
gather eggs and honey, make sausage, and much more
the how-to is all here for the enterprising homesteader.

271,000 copies in print

Selection of One Spirit and HomeStyle Book Clubs

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

5-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-60342-138-6; No. 62138

$94.75 US / $129.75 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-683-1

368 pages; 7 x 9

No. 62683

576 pages; 8 x 11

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

74

FARMING & SUSTAINABLE LIVING

The Water-Wise Home


laura allen

The average American family uses approximately 400


gallons of water a day at a time when water is becoming increasingly precious around the world and its cost is
skyrocketing. Laura Allen explains the current state of the
water crisis and teaches homeowners how to lower their
water bills, save water through conservation techniques
and systems, and create a water-wise landscape. The book
is filled with solutions and detailed illustrated instructions
for projects, including a laundry-to-landscape system, a
roofwater catchment, composting toilets, and a branched
drain system.

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

If every home were


fully retrofitted with
all the projects in this
book, we would be
well on our way to
water security and
watershed recovery.
Brock Dolman,
director of the
Occidental Arts and
Ecology Centers
WATER Institute

The Home
Water Supply
Stu Campbell

Stu Campbell provides


comprehensive information
on home water systems;
potential water problems;
and practical, money-saving
solutions.

57,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-324-1; No. 66324
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
240 pages; 8 x 11

Electric Fencing
Ann larkin hansen

Ann Larkin Hansen explains


in everyday terms how
electric fencing works, the
various systems one can
build, and how to install and
maintain the three kinds of
electric fence (permanent,
combination permanent
nonelectric and electric wire
offset, and temporary or
portable electric). She also
covers the basics of rotational
grazing.
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-143-7; No. 622143

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-169-7; No. 622169

256 pages; 8 x 10/

96 pages; 5 x 7

Finding Good
Farmland

Ann larkin hansen


Searching for farmland and
starting up a new enterprise
are demanding tasks and require careful consideration of
many elements. From where
to look for good farmland to
financing the purchase and
every step in between, Finding
Good Farmland is the essential
guide to making it happen.
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-086-7; No. 622086
Illustrations throughout
128 pages; 5 x 7

Provides readers
with cost-effective,
self-empowered,
and energy-efficient
home-energy
solutions . . . a oneof-a-kind resource.
foreword reviews

Growing
Christmas Trees

The Homeowners Energy Handbook


paul scheckel

This guide offers homeowners practical advice for taking


home energy matters into their own hands, whether they
want to button up, find deep energy savings, or take their
home off the grid. Energy efficiency and renewable energy
expert Paul Scheckel clearly explains the fundamentals of
solar, wind, and biofuel energy production to help readers
prepare their homes for renewables. Reduce use, then
produce! The book includes step-by-step green guides to
making a bicycle-powered generator, a biodiesel processor,
a thermosiphon solar hot water collector, a biogas
generator, and a smokeless wood/gas camp stove.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-016-4; No. 622016

288 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Managing Manure
mark kopecky

patrick white & lewis hill

This book explains how to


Landowners who want to gen- use manure, describes the
erate extra income by growing practices that are necessary to
and selling Christmas trees will avoid contamination by E. coli
and other harmful organisms,
find this guide an invaluable
and discusses the characterresource. It explains how to
istics and nutrient content of
choose the best site, prepare
the soil, select a species, plant various species manure. It
covers storing, composting,
seedlings, nurture trees to
and spreading manure, as
market size, deal with pests
and disease, market trees, and well as handling and marketing certified-organic manure
generate additional income
for fertilizer on organic farms.
through wreaths and greens.
Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-365-3; No. 622365
Illustrations throughout
128 pages; 5 x 7

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Making Hay

ann larkin hansen


Making hay is a profitable
enterprise for farmers and
livestock owners with extra
land. Ann Larkin Hansen
details the five steps of
haymaking, as well as the
equipment it requires, which
species make the best hay,
and how to improve a field.
Skyrocketing prices and a
greater demand for hay as
people prefer to consume
grass-fed meat make this
a timely and important book.

ISBN 978-1-61212-458-2; No. 622458

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-367-7; No. 622367

112 pages; 5 x 7

Illustrations throughout
96 pages; 5 x 7

FARMING & SUSTAINABLE LIVING

Reclaiming Our Food

This comprehensive guide


has everything farmers need
to know to grow, certify,
and market organic produce,
grains, meat, and dairy. It
also explains the benefits of
organic farming and includes
the stories of farmers who use
organic methods.

Reclaiming Our Food tells the


stories of people across the
United States who are finding
new ways to grow, process,
and distribute food for their
own communities. It is a
practical guide for building a
local food system.

Ann Larkin Hansen

Paper: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-479-0; No. 62479
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
448 pages; 8 x 10/

Tanya Denckla Cobb


Photography by
Jason Houston

2012

Nautilus Gold

Award Winner

The Good Life Lab

Wendy Jehanara tremayne


One couple ditches their
high-powered careers and highpressure life in New York City
to move to rural New Mexico,
where they make, invent, forage, and grow all they needed
to live self-sufficiently, finding a
sense of abundance.

Selection of One Spirit, The


Good Cook, HomeStyle,
Crafter's Choice, and Quality
Paperback Book Clubs

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

The Organic
Farming Manual

An efficient guide to
moving beyond eating
ethically in a single home
to eating ethically in a
community, even in the
harshest hard-luck place.
Alice Randall, food activist,
essayist, and new york
times best-selling novelist

The Food Activist Handbook


ali berlow

Individuals can take dozens of steps, both large and small


to advance good-food initiatives in their communities.
From starting a school garden to organizing a community
composting program, Ali Berlow shares her grass-roots
experience and profiles nonprofits, farmers, teachers,
activists, cooks, schools, government agencies, and
consumers from around the country who are working to
improve their food communities. Packed with practical
advice and insider know-how, The Food Activist Handbook is
an indispensable resource for anyone committed to making a difference in how and what we eat.

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-799-9; No. 62799

ISBN 978-1-61212-101-7; No. 622101

Full-color; photographs throughout

Full-color; photographs and

320 pages; 8 x 10

illustrations throughout

Paper: $17.95 US / $23.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

320 pages; 6 x 8

ISBN 978-1-61212-180-2; No. 622180

320 pages; 6 x 9

4-copy counter display

AVAILABLE MAY 2015

$75.80 US / $103.80 CAN

75

ISBN 978-1-61212-370-7; No. 622370

Karl Schwenke

Starting & Running


Your Own Small Farm
Business

This inspiring handbook


introduces the small-farm
owner to the real potential
and the difficult realities of
making a full- or part-time
living from the land. Focusing
on organic methods, Karl
Schwenke discusses soil care,
machinery, the best cash
crops, and much more.

Running a small farm goes


beyond growing, raising, and
crafting artisanal products.
Aubrey offers a businesssavvy reference that covers
everything from financial
plans and advertising budgets
to website design and foodservice wholesalers.

Successful SmallScale Farming

79,000

copies in print

Sarah Beth Aubrey

Making Your
Small Farm Profitable
Ron Macher

Whether readers are buying a


new farm or jump-starting an
old one, Ron Machers downto-earth advice on planning,
farming, and marketing will
show them how to make a
farm profitable.
55,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-161-8; No. 67161

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-697-2; No. 67697

throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-642-6; No. 66642

Photographs and illustrations

288 pages; 6 x 9

Illustrations throughout

throughout

144 pages; 8 x 11

176 pages; 8 x 10/

Storeys Guide to
Growing Organic
Orchard Fruits

Storeys Guide to
Growing Organic
Vegetables & Herbs
for Market

danny barney

Danny Barney covers everything farmers need to know,


from selecting the right site
and cultivars to meeting
organic standards and acquiring certifications; designing,
maintaining, pruning, and
harvesting an orchard; getting
fruits to market; and managing
the business side of farming.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-570-4; No. 62570
Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-723-4; No. 62723
Illustrations throughout

keith stewart

Small-scale growers will find


invaluable information about
land, equipment, crop mix,
growing techniques, soil
fertility, pests, harvesting,
storage, labor, debt, sales,
accounting, and much more.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-571-1; No. 62571
Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-007-2; No. 622007
Illustrations throughout
560 pages; 6 x 9

544 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

FARMING & SUSTAINABLE LIVING

76

BEST
SELLER!

Attracting Native Pollinators

BACKLIST GOLD

a vehicle intended
to reconnect people
to the greater
ecology of the world
around them.
news journal

The Xerces Society

This essential reference provides comprehensive


information on every kind of pollinator and shows how
to encourage pollinator activity by creating flowering
habitat and inviting nesting sites. Anyone can do it!
Instructions for building nesting structures and an
extensive resource list are included.
Paper: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-695-4; No. 62695

illustrations throughout

Farming with
Native Beneficial
Insects
the xerces society

This comprehensive guide


discusses the ecology of
native beneficial insects and
shows how to recognize and
protect these insects and
their habitat. Encouraging
native beneficial insects helps
to control pests, increase
crop yield, and improve
biodiversity.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

384 pages; 7 x 10

The Beginners
Guide to Hunting
Deer for Food
Jackson Landers

Hunting deer is the most


inexpensive, environmentally
friendly way to acquire
organic, grass-fed meat.
Jackson Landers covers
everything a first-time
hunter needs to know.
Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-728-9; No. 62728
Illustrations throughout
176 pages; 7 x 9

Eating Aliens

Jackson Landers
Asian carp in Missouri, nutria
in Louisiana, European green
crabs in Connecticut, and
other alien species throughout the United States are
devouring native plants and
animals, pushing many to the
brink of extinction. Landers
has a unique solution to the
problem: Eat them! This
adventure narrative describes
Landerss quest to hunt and
eat twelve invasive species.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-283-0; No. 622283

ISBN 978-1-61212-027-0; No. 622027

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

240 pages; 5 x 8

272 pages; 7 x 10

COUNTRY WISDOM BULLETINS


With Storeys Country Wisdom Bulletins,
information-packed minibooks that cover
hundreds of traditional country skills
how to grow the best tomatoes, crate train
a puppy, learn to quilt, build a smokehouse the possibilities are endless.
When a book is too much and the Internet
doesnt deliver the right information,
theres 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 the Country
Wisdom Bulletin 48-copy counter display,
free with any purchase of 48 bulletins.
See the complete list at the back of the
catalog order form.
Country Wisdom Bulletins: $3.95 US / $5.95 CAN
Illustrations throughout
32 pages; 5/ 8/
Bulletins

are single-subject specific

The Have-More Plan

Once nearly extinct in North


America, wild turkeys have
made a dramatic comeback.
Here is all the habitat and mating information needed to hunt
and enjoy these noble birds.

This back-to-the-land classic


shows how to find land,
build a homestead, grow
vegetables and fruits, raise
livestock, build farm structures, and more.

John J. Mettler Jr., DVM

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Country Wisdom Countertop Display


Holds

48 bulletins

Free with the purchase of 48 bulletins

Mix and match Country Wisdom Bulletins in specific categories or combining subjects.
More than 150 different titles available. The choice is yours! (See order form for complete list.)

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Wild Turkeys

Ed & Carolyn Robinson

527,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-069-7; No. 67069

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-0-88266-024-0; No. 66024

throughout

Photographs and illustrations

176 pages; 6 x 9

throughout
72 pages; 9 x 12

ANIMALS

tony Pisano

These 35 building projects


for everything from hive
components to frames to
swarm catchers and even bear
fences are illustrated with
step-by-step instructions,
require only simple hand
tools, and can be made using
recycled materials.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-059-1; No. 622059
One-color with 8-page color insert;

Homegrown
Honey Bees

alethea morrison
photography by
mars vilaubi
This beginners guide clearly
explains everything needed
to keep bees successfully,
from acquiring bees to
harvesting the first crop of
honey. Spectacular macro
photography brings the inner
workings of the hive to life,
while the playful text provides
the information needed to
make it through the first year.

How to Build
Animal Housing
carol ekarius

For the wide range of


barnyard animals living on
small-scale farms, here is
a collection of 60 building
plans for shelters that meet
each animals needs. There
are sheds, coops, hutches,
multipurpose barns, windbreaks, and shade structures,
plus designs for watering
systems, feeders, chutes,
stanchions, and more.

74,000 copies in print

photographs and illustrations

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-994-8; No. 62994

ISBN 978-1-58017-527-2; No. 67527

160 pages; 8 x 10/

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

272 pages; 8 x 10/

BACKLIST GOLD

Build Your Own


Beekeeping
Equipment

77

A must-read for
do-it-yourself and
back-to-the-land
enthusiasts.
Booklist

BEST
SELLER!

The Backyard Homestead Guide


to Raising Farm Animals
Edited by Gail Damerow

Anyone even in cities and suburbs can raise chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, rabbits, goats, sheep, cows,
pigs, and honey bees. It can be done on surprisingly
small plots of land. This book covers everything from
selecting breeds to feeding and housing animals, keeping them healthy, and producing delicious fresh milk,
cheese, honey, eggs, and meat.

53,000 copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Two-color with 8-page

ISBN 978-1-60342-969-6; No. 62969

full-color fold-out insert;


illustrations throughout
360 pages; 8 x 10/

160 pages; 7 x 9

Clear writing, diagrams,


and breed profiles makes
the work of breed conservation husbandry accessible to a new generation
of farmers and stockmen.
Craig Haney, Livestock Farm
Director, Stone Barns Center
for Food & Agriculture

Beekeeping

Hive Management

Richard Bonney describes


how to acquire bees, choose
equipment and supplies, install a colony, manage a hive,
take a crop of honey, and
prevent and treat diseases.
This comprehensive guide is
perfect for novice beekeepers.

For the practicing beekeeper


or the serious novice, Richard
Bonney presents an integrated year-round program of
hive management. Season by
season, he explains what to
do and why, giving beekeepers the knowledge and
understanding they need to
maintain a thriving hive.

Richard E. Bonney

40,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-861-1; No. 66861

Richard E. Bonney

40,000 copies in print

Storeys Illustrated
Breed Guide
to Sheep, Goats,
Cattle, and Pigs
Carol Ekarius

This colorful, at-a-glance


reference covers 163 common
and heritage North American
breeds of cattle, goats, sheep,
and pigs.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-036-5; No. 62036

Illustrations throughout

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Hardcover with jacket:

192 pages; 6 x 9

ISBN 978-0-88266-637-2; No. 66637

$34.95 US / $46.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-60342-037-2; No. 62037

throughout

Full-color; photographs and

160 pages; 6 x 9

illustrations throughout
320 pages; 8 x 10/

An Introduction to Heritage Breeds

d. phillip sponenberg, dvm, jeannette beranger,


and alison martin of the livestock conservancy
This eloquent book explains the value of restoring breed
heritage animals to our farms and our culture, whether
its the Dominique chicken providing meat and brown
eggs or the Navajo-Churro sheep, whose sturdy wool is
used in traditional native rugs. Readers will find valuable
guidance for selecting appropriate species and breeds and
raising them successfully. Public concern for and interest
in heritage breeds is soaring, and The Livestock Conservancy is the organization leading the way.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-125-3; No. 622125

illustrations throughout

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

240 pages; 7 x 10

ISBN 978-1-61212-130-7; No. 622130

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

78

ANIMALS

These are not mere how-to guides:


they are the equivalent of in-depth
college courses. . . . On a scale
of 110, these easily rank 12,
minimum.
 Countryside & Small Stock Journal

Joel Salatin, farmer, author, and local


food advocate

Butchering Poultry,
Rabbit, Lamb, Goat,
and Pork

Butchering Beef

Adam Danforth

Adam Danforth
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-182-6; No. 622182
Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-188-8; No. 622188
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

Step-by-step photography of the farmto-table process shows exactly how to


slaughter and butcher small livestock in a
humane and sustainable way. Includes indepth coverage of food safety, freezing and
packaging, tools and equipment, butchering
methods, and preslaughter conditions.

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-183-3; No. 622183
Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-189-5; No. 622189
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

With detailed photography of every stage


of the process, Adam Danforth shows
exactly how to humanely slaughter and
butcher cattle, from creating the right
preslaughter conditions to killing, skinning, keeping the meat cold, breaking it
down, and creating familiar cuts. He also
covers food safety, freezing and packaging,
and tools and equipment.

BACKLIST GOLD

Danforth opens a world of can-do


that invites the most timid onlooker
to participate in this dramatic
farm-to-plate choreography.

352 pages; 8 x 10/

456 pages; 8 x 10/

Basic Butchering of
Livestock & Game

John J. Mettler Jr., DVM

Detailed instructions and easyto-follow illustrations demystify


slaughtering and butchering from
start to finish. Covers beef, veal,
venison, pork, lamb, and poultry
and includes 30 recipes.
239,000

copies in print

BEST
SELLER!

Tan Your Hide!


Phyllis Hobson

250,000 copies in print

The Family Cow


Dirk van Loon

87,000 copies in print

Raising a Calf
for Beef
Phyllis Hobson

124,000 copies in print

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-101-8; No. 66101

ISBN 978-0-88266-391-3; No. 66391

ISBN 978-0-88266-066-0; No. 66066

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

Photographs and illustrations

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-095-0; No. 66095

144 pages; 6 x 9

throughout

Illustrations throughout

272 pages; 6 x 9

128 pages; 6 x 9

Draft Horses
and Mules

Oxen

208 pages; 6 x 9

Keeping Livestock
Healthy
N. Bruce Haynes, DVM

165,000 copies in print

Small-Scale
Livestock Farming
Carol Ekarius

52,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-435-0; No. 67435

ISBN 978-1-58017-162-5; No. 67162

Photographs and illustrations

Illustrations throughout

throughout

224 pages; 8 x 11

352 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Livestock Guardians
Janet Vorwald Dohner

Drew Conroy
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-695-8; No. 67695

Gail Damerow
& Alina Rice

One-color with 16-page full-color

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

One-color with 16-page full-color

insert; photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-60342-081-5; No. 62081

insert; photographs and illustrations

throughout

One-color with 16-page full-color

throughout

240 pages; 8 x 10/

insert; photographs and illustrations

304 pages; 8 x 10/

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

throughout
272 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-58017-692-7; No. 67692

ANIMALS

79

YOUR ANIMALS SERIES

Your Goats
Gail Damerow
$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-825-3
No. 66825; 176 pages

These reference books are


indispensable for young
people learning to raise
happy, healthy animals.
Valuable guidance 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
Photographs and illustrations
throughout, 7 10

Homegrown Pork
sue weaver

Sue Weaver begins by


explaining how to select
an heirloom breed thats
famous for flavor and goes
on to outline every aspect
of proper care. Includes
information on pig behavior
and handling, diet, housing,
fencing, equipment, health
care, and processing.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-126-0; No. 622126
One-color with 8-page color insert;
photographs and illustrations
throughout
256 pages; 7 x 9

Humane Livestock
Handling

Grass-Fed Cattle
Julius Ruechel

As more consumers discover


the benefits of grass-fed beef
sustainable, delicious,
antibiotic-free demand
continues to grow. For
any farmer interested in
entering this profitable
specialty area, here is advice
on herd selection, pasture
management, winter grazing,
equipment, slaughter,
labeling, marketing, and more.

Temple Grandin
with Mark Deesing

ISBN 978-1-58017-605-7; No. 67605

Well-treated animals are


healthier, are calmer, and
deliver higher yields of
marketable meat. Temple
Grandin describes low-stress
methods for handling cattle
and provides construction
plans for humane chutes,
corrals, and sorting pens. Her
facility designs show farmers
how to process meat safely,
efficiently, and humanely.

Illustrations throughout

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

384 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-60342-028-0; No. 62028

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout
240 pages; 8 x 10/

Your Calf

Heather Smith Thomas

Your Pony,
Your Horse

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Cherry Hill

ISBN 978-0-88266-947-2

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

No. 66947; 192 pages

ISBN 978-0-88266-908-3
No. 66908; 160 pages

Essential Guide
to Calving

Getting Started with


Beef & Dairy Cattle

The Cattle Health


Handbook

Healthy pregnancies, safe


births, and thriving calves
are critical to every cattlefarming operation. Here is
complete coverage of what
to expect at every step of
the calving process and
how to keep calves healthy
through the first year of life.

With the growing demand for


naturally grown meat and dairy
products, a new generation of
farmers is turning to small,
organic cattle operations.
Here is the first-time farmers
guide to raising cattle.

For novice and experienced


ranchers, this reliable medical
reference covers every
situation likely to arise when
caring for cattle, including
common diseases, ailments,
and injuries.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-090-7; No. 62090

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-596-8; No. 67596


Hardcover with jacket:

Illustrations throughout

$26.95 US / $35.95 CAN

384 pages; 8 x 10/

Heather Smith Thomas

Your Puppy,
Your Dog

Your Rabbit
Nancy Searle

Pat Storer

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-0-88266-959-5

ISBN 978-0-88266-767-6

throughout

No. 66959; 176 pages

No. 66767; 160 pages

336 pages; 8 x 10/

53,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-706-1; No. 67706

Heather Smith Thomas

Heather Smith Thomas

ISBN 978-1-58017-604-0; No. 67604


One-color with 16-page color
insert; photographs and illustrations
throughout
288 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

80

ANIMALS

BACKLIST GOLD

Storeys Illustrated Guide


to Poultry Breeds
Carol Ekarius

For farmers and fanciers alike, here is the definitive guide to


North American poultry, with more than 120 breeds strutting
their stuff. Laying hens and heritage turkeys, exotic pheasants
and giant ostriches are represented here with charming color
photography, breed histories, and thorough descriptions of
physical characteristics.

69,000 copies in print


Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-667-5; No. 67667

288 pages; 8 x 10/

karen patry

The book covers the full range


of issues related to rabbits,
whether they are pets, meat
animals, or a source of fiber,
with sections on rabbit basics,
pet rabbit care, and the business of raising rabbits for consumption. Housing, feeding,
breeding, kindling, and health
and disease are all addressed.
Readers will reap the benefits
of Patrys 30 years of experience
in this accessible Q&A guide.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

The Backyard Goat

The Backyard Cow

More than 100 poultry breeds


show their amazing colors
in full-page images that
capture their good looks and
lively personalities. Facing
each poultry portrait is an
informational page offering
facts about the breed,
including its primary use and
its conservation status.

For anyone who wants to


keep goats, this book covers
the essentials. Readers will
learn how to choose goats;
house and feed them; keep
them healthy; and train them
to do tricks, pull carts, and
serve as pack goats. The book
also covers milking, shearing,
breeding, and more.

With Sue Weaver as their


guide, hobby farmers and
families will be able to
select the most appropriate
breed, bring home a cow
with ease, understand their
cows behavior, and provide
adequate shelter, health care,
and daily maintenance.

43,000

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-997-9; No. 62997

ISBN 978-1-60342-790-6; No. 62790

One-color w/16-page color insert;

One-color with 16-page full-color

photographs and illustrations

insert; photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

240 pages; 7 x 9

Carol Ekarius

copies in print

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-677-4; No. 67677
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

The Rabbit-Raising
Problem Solver

Pocketful of Poultry

Rabbit Housing
Bob Bennett

Here are plans for designing


and building efficient facilities that shelter two to one
hundred backyard rabbits in
safety and comfort. The book
also guides readers through
the options for feeders, watering systems, nest boxes,
and sheltering structures.

Sue Weaver

272 pages; 6 x 4

224 pages; 7 x 9

The Donkey
Companion

The Backyard Sheep

SUE WEAVER

Sue Weaver

This is the go-to reference for


anyone who is interested in
keeping two to a dozen sheep
on a small plot of land and
needs to know how to select
the right breed, keep sheep
safe and healthy, and make
them strong dairy and fleece
producers.

Sue Weaver

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Storeys Barn Guide


to Sheep

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Friendly, dependable donkeys


can pull carts, carry riders,
tote gear, and act as stable
companions and livestock
guardians. From foaling to
first aid and from grooming
to professional showing, this
guide offers everything a
donkey owner needs.

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

This book hangs on the wall


to serve as a handy visual reference. Graphic presentations
guide farmers through everything from trimming hooves
to lambing. Also included are
full-color anatomical illustrations, a lambing calendar, a
feeding chart, and a helpful
record-keeping section.

ISBN 978-1-60342-966-5; No. 62966

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-967-2; No. 62967

One-color with 8-page color insert;

ISBN 978-1-60342-038-9; No. 62038

One-color with 16-page full-color

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

photographs and illustrations

One-color with 16-page color

insert; photos and illustrations

throughout

insert; photographs and illustrations

throughout

144 pages; 8 x 10/

throughout

224 pages; 7 x 9

ISBN 978-1-61212-142-0; No. 622142


Illustrations throughout
328 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

352 pages; 8 x 10

$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-849-5; No. 67849
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
96 pages; 12 x 9

ANIMALS

Barbara Kilarski

Barbara Kilarski, a woman


with a passion for poultry,
provides detailed information
every aspiring chicken keeper
needs in this handbook that is
as practical and encouraging
as it is witty and entertaining.
Join the urban and suburban
chicken-farming boom, and
start enjoying the freshest
breakfast eggs available.
57,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-491-6; No. 67491
One-color with 16-page full-color
insert; illustrations throughout
160 pages; 6 x 9

Hatching & Brooding


Your Own Chicks
Gail Damerow

Poultry authority Gail Damerow explains exactly how to


hatch healthy baby chickens,
ducklings, goslings, turkey
poults, and guinea keets, addressing everything from selecting a breed and choosing
the best incubator to ensuring
proper setup and sanitary
conditions, understanding
embryo development, and
feeding and caring for newborn chicks in a brooder.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-014-0; No. 622014
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
240 pages; 8 x 10/

Chick Days

Jenna Woginrich
Photography by
Mars Vilaubi
This delightful photographic
guide for absolute beginners
chronicles the journey of three
chickens as they grow from
newly hatched chicks to adult
hens laying eggs. Following
their progress from day to day
and week to week, readers
will learn everything they
need to know about chicken
behavior, feeding, housing,
hygiene, and health care.
39,000

BACKLIST GOLD

Keep Chickens!

BEST
SELLER!

copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

81

Chickens. Encyclopedia.
Gail Damerow. What
more needs to be said?
b
 ackyard poultry

BEST
SELLER!

The Chicken Encyclopedia


Gail Damerow

From addled to wind egg, crossed beak to zygote, the terminology of everything chicken is demystified in this illustrated
A-to-Z reference that is both informative and entertaining.
Chickophiles will find breed descriptions; definitions of common chicken conditions, situations, and behaviors; and much
more. Whether its the differences among wry tail, split tail,
and gamy tail; the meaning of hen feathered, forced molt, or
quill feather; the content of granite grit; the characteristics of
droopy wing; or the translation of a chickens alarm call, here
are the answers to every chicken question and quandary.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-561-2; No. 62561

illustrations throughout
320 pages; 7 x 9

ISBN 978-1-60342-584-1; No. 62584


Full-color; photographs throughout
128 pages; 7 x 9

Architectural wonders of reductive


space and ample
imagination.
B
 ookPage
BEST
SELLER!

Fowl Play

Patrick Merrell
Logic puzzles, crosswords,
word searches, cryptograms,
and other amusements provide hours of brain-teasing
challenges. This plucky package for chicken enthusiasts
also includes fun facts, clever
illustrations, and trivia about
Americas favorite bird.
Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-487-5; No. 62487
Two-color; illustrations throughout

The Mobile Poultry


Slaughterhouse
ali berlow

Ali Berlow offers a solution to


the shortage of humane processing plants with step-bystep instructions for building
a portable processing unit.
The book also explains USDA
regulations and permits, provides a sanitation checklist,
and offers tips and guidelines
for strengthening local food
initiatives in communities.

144 pages; 6 x 7

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-61212-129-1; No. 622129

$87.60 US / $116.60 CAN

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-946-7; No. 62946

144 pages; 6 x 9

Chicken Coops
Judy Pangman

Just like houses, chicken


coops come in all sizes and
styles to meet the needs of
every family. Here are basic
plans, elevation drawings, and
building ideas for 45 original
coops from strictly practical
designs to flights of fancy.
An eight-page color section
shows detailed photos of
many of the featured coops.

118,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-627-9; No. 67627

Reinventing the Chicken Coop


Kevin McElroy & Matthew Wolpe

Backyard chickens meet contemporary design! McElroy and


Wolpe offer 14 complete building plans for chicken coops
that range from the purely functional to the outrageously
fabulous. One has a water-capturing roof, one is a great example of midcentury modern architecture, and another has
a built-in composting system. Some designs are suitable for
beginning builders, and others are challenging enough for
experts. Complete step-by-step building plans are accompanied by full-color photographs and detailed construction
illustrations.

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-631-6; No. 67631

ISBN 978-1-60342-980-1; No. 62980

192 pages; 9 x 9

One-color with 8-page color insert;

Full-color; photographs and

illustrations throughout
176 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

82

STOREYS GUIDE TO RAISING

Storeys Guides to Raising

OVER 2 MILLION COPIES IN PRINT!

BEST
SELLER!

Storeys Guide to Raising Chickens,


3rd Edition
Gail Damerow

This is the ultimate guide to keeping chickens. The


revised edition covers training chickens, hobby farming,
avian influenza and fowl first aid, and much more.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-469-1; No. 62469
Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-470-7; No. 62470

Storeys Guide to Raising Series offers the most up-to-date


information on raising farm animals. Novice farmers and experienced
pros alike will find everything needed to keep livestock and profits
healthy. Each book includes information on selection, housing, space
requirements, behavior, breeding and birthing techniques, feeding,
health concerns, and remedies for illnesses. The books also cover the
business of processing meat, milk, eggs, and other products.
All books in the series: Photographs and illustrations throughout; 6 9

Essential Animal Husbandry


Information from the Trusted Source
The Storeys Guide to Raising Series is an excellent resource.
We find these books to be comprehensive and easy to understand.
Megan Hirt, Mother Earth News

448 pages

The definitive
handbook . . .
needed for a beef
cattle operation.
t ribune

Storeys Guide to
Raising Sheep,
4th Edition

Storeys Guide to
Raising Llamas,
2nd Edition

Storeys Guide to
Raising Pigs,
3rd Edition

With expert coverage of


everything to do with raising
sheep, this edition includes
guidelines for organic certification, advice on web-based
marketing, and coverage of
rare breeds.

Klober's trusted resource


provides authoritative
advice on every aspect of
raising pigs. This updated
edition covers green farming methods and rare and
heritage breeds.

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

This comprehensive
handbook covers everything
llama raisers need to know,
providing expert information on behavior, training,
facilities, showing, health
care, first aid, breeding,
birthing, fleece harvesting,
marketing, and much more.

ISBN 978-1-60342-459-2; No. 62459

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

384 pages

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-328-5; No. 67328

ISBN 978-1-60342-484-4; No. 62484

336 pages

Paula Simmons
& Carol Ekarius

Storeys Guide to Raising Beef Cattle,


3rd Edition
Heather Smith Thomas

Every cattle rancher needs Thomass comprehensive, expert


advice. This edition includes up-to-the-minute information on
health care, raising grass-fed animals, toxic pasture plants, and
much more.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-454-7; No. 62454
352 pages

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Gale Birutta

Kelly Klober

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-473-8; No. 62473

448 pages

See page XX for Storeys Guide to Training Horses and Storeys Guide to Raising Horses

STOREYS GUIDE TO RAISING

83

Perfect for both


novice and veteran
rabbit producers.
w
 isconsin state
farmer

Storeys Guide to
Raising Poultry,
4th Edition

Storeys Guide to
Raising Turkeys,
3rd Edition

Storeys Guide to
Raising Ducks,
2nd Edition

This invaluable resource contains essential information on


selection, housing, breeding,
hatching, feeding, behavior,
and health care.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Turkeys produce lean, delicious, and nutritious meat.


This essential reference
covers breed selection,
housing, feeding, breeding,
health care, and much more.

ISBN 978-1-61212-000-3; No. 622000

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-149-9; No. 622149

From choosing the right


breed to butchering, this
essential guide covers it
all. This revised edition
includes an expanded breed
section and up-to-date
information on facilities,
health care, and marketing.

ISBN 978-1-61212-001-0; No. 622001

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

464 pages

ISBN 978-1-61212-150-5; No. 622150

ISBN 978-1-60342-692-3; No. 62692

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

320 pages

368 pages

ISBN 978-1-60342-456-1; No. 62456

Glenn Drowns

don schrider

Dave Holderread

Storeys Guide to Raising Rabbits,


4th Edition
Bob Bennett

This guide covers everything rabbit raisers need to know. New


and expanded features include showing guidelines, an updated
breed guide, and advice on marketing.

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-457-8; No. 62457
256 pages

Storeys Guide to
Keeping Honey Bees
Malcolm T. Sanford
& Richard E. Bonney

This thorough guide


explains how to plan a
hive, acquire bees, install a
colony, keep bees healthy,
harvest honey, and more;
serves both experienced
and beginner beekeepers.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-550-6; No. 62550
Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-551-3; No. 62551
256 pages

Storeys Guide to
Raising Miniature
Livestock

Storeys Guide to
Raising Meat Goats,
2nd Edition

Weaver clearly explains the ins


and outs of breeding, feeding,
housing, diet, nutrition, exercise, disease prevention and
treatment, and more. New and
experienced farmers will find
everything they need to keep
minis healthy and productive.

The essential reference on


raising, caring for, and
marketing meat goats. This
updated edition gives the information needed to start or
expand a meat-goat business.

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-481-3; No. 62481

ISBN 978-1-60342-583-4; No. 62583

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

344 pages

Sue Weaver

ISBN 978-1-60342-482-0; No. 62482


One-color with 16-page color insert
464 pages

Maggie Sayer

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-582-7; No. 62582

Storeys Guide to Raising Dairy Goats,


4th Edition
Jerry Belanger &
Sara Thomson Bredesen

With minimal space needs, dairy goats are a good choice for
the backyard farmer. This edition includes more on pygmy
goats, health care, breeding, and making dairy products.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-580-3; No. 62580
304 pages

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

84

HORSES

Susan Richards,
author, Chosen by

a Horse

BEST
SELLER!

Zen Mind, Zen Horse

BACKLIST GOLD

Hamilton captures
the soul of a horse
perfectly.

aluable resource
anyone thinking of
ping their horses at
me for the first time
hinking of moving
a new farm.
hronicle of
he Horse

Allan J. Hamilton, MD

Horses have evolved to understand the flow of energy


chi around them, using it to communicate, express
dominance, and sense danger from predators. Being
quietly present and receptive to your horses chi opens
the potential of your intuitive right brain, awakening
your sensitivity, calm leadership, and mindfulness.
This approach to horse training offers everyone who
works with horses novice or expert a better
understanding of how humans interact with horses and
how doing so can lead to spiritual awakening.

2012 Nautilus Gold Book Award Winner

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-565-0; No. 62565

illustrations throughout

The Foaling Primer


Cynthia McFarland

The Foaling Primer chronicles


the first year of a horses
life in amazing, up-close
photographs. The text guides
the reader through this first
critical year with detailed
descriptions and instruction on birth, care, handling,
training, and weaning. This
introductory handbook provides everything needed to be
successful with a foal.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-608-8; No. 67608
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

The Horse
Nutrition Handbook

Teaching Safe
Horsemanship

Worth covers every element


of horse nutrition, including
the specific needs of brood
mares, performance horses,
and other working animals;
the benefits of additives and
herbal supplements; and
dietary approaches to
common health problems.

Equestrian accidents can


happen but knowledge
and foresight can prevent or
minimize potentially serious accidents. Jan Dawson
teaches both English and
Western riding instructors
how to create a safe riding
environment.

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Melyni Worth

ISBN 978-1-60342-541-4; No. 62541


Photographs and illustrations
throughout
256 pages; 6 x 9

Jan Dawson

ISBN 978-1-58017-515-9; No. 67515


Photographs and illustrations
throughout
160 pages; 8 x 11

160 pages; 8 x 10

320 pages; 7 x 10

Horse Breeds of North America


Judith Dutson

Collected in a perfect little pocket guide no horse lover will


be able to resist, here are images of 96 horse breeds galloping, playing, grazing, working, or simply striking a pose. Ata-glance conformation, historical, and usage facts accompany
a full-page photograph for each breed. Never has such a
range of horse facts and photography been packed into such
an appealing gift book.

98,000 copies in print

Storeys Illustrated
Guide to 96 Horse
Breeds of North
America
Judith Dutson

Equestrian author and expert


Judith Dutson captures the
spirit of these noble animals
and provides a wealth of information about each breed.

52,000 copies in print

Among Wild Horses


Lynne Pomeranz

An intimate glimpse into


one wild herd in the high
desert and semi-alpine
slopes between Wyoming
and Montana. The breathtaking, full-color photos
speak volumes.
Trail Rider Magazine
Hardcover with jacket:
$18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-633-0; No. 67633

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-612-5; No. 67612

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-650-7; No. 67650

208 pages; 6 x 4

Hardcover with jacket:

illustrations throughout

$40.00 US / $54.00 CAN

144 pages; 9 x 6/

ISBN 978-1-58017-613-2; No. 67613


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
416 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Your Horse
Judy Chapple

85,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-353-1; No. 66353
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
144 pages; 8 x 11

HORSES

Cherry Hill

Every horse farm needs


a master plan to keep it
running smoothly. Here is
Cherry Hills month-bymonth guide to all the workings of a horse farm, with
reminders, to-do lists, reference charts, and more.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-684-2; No. 67684

Horsekeeping on a
Small Acreage

What Every Horse


Should Know

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill

Provide the best equine care


while maintaining responsible land practices. Cherry
Hill shows how in this thoroughly updated, full-color
edition of her best-selling
classic on horsekeeping. Hill
explains how careful planning and diligent routines
result in efficient operations
and happy horses.

Cherry Hill explores how


horses learn, with a focus
on the knowledge every
horse needs to live safely and
confidently in the company
of people. She covers how to
handle a horse without fear,
how to teach respect and
patience, and how to help
the horse master the actual
work he needs to do.

226,000 copies in print

BACKLIST GOLD

Any horse owner, from


beginner to advanced,
will find information of
value in this book.
Horse & Rider

BEST
SELLER!

Cherry Hills
Horsekeeping
Almanac

85

BEST
SELLER!

How to Think Like a Horse


Cherry Hill

Best-selling author Cherry Hill discusses how horses


think, learn, respond to stimuli, and interpret human
behavior. By understanding what causes a horse to feel
happy or distressed, and by communicating with a horse
in language he can understand, a human can make training much easier and more rewarding.

172,000 copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout

576 pages; 7/ x 9/

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-713-5; No. 62713

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-535-7; No. 67535

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-835-8; No. 67835

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-716-6; No. 62716

illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

320 pages; 8 x 10/

illustrations throughout

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

192 pages; 7 x 10

192 pages; 7 x 10

A must for those who


love horses and want to
learn more about their
favorite animals.
m
 idwest book review

Stable Smarts

Heather Smith Thomas


Old cowboy tricks, quick
homemade fixes, hard-earned
lessons, and tried-and-true
horsekeeping wisdom they
all contribute to the treasurehouse of equine know-how
for anyone who rides, owns,
or dreams of spending time
with horses.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-610-1; No. 67610
Two-color; illustrations throughout
320 pages; 6 x 8

Storeys Guide
to Raising Horses,
2nd Edition

Heather Smith Thomas


For everyone from experienced horse handlers to those
planning to buy a first horse,
this complete guide to horsekeeping covers all aspects
of keeping a horse fit and
healthy in body and spirit.
94,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Storeys Guide to
Training Horses,
2nd Edition

Heather Smith Thomas


In this fully updated edition
of her best-selling book,
Heather Smith Thomas offers
training methods that can be
applied to any horse, including ponies, working farm
and ranch horses, horses
intended for showing or
competition, and more.
copies in print

Knowing Horses

les sellnow & Carol a. butler


A miniature horse weighs just a few pounds, while a giant
draft horse can weigh well over a ton. The only remaining
genetically wild horse is the Przewalski. From a standstill,
a mule can jump (kangaroo-like) over a bar 5 feet high.
This informative compendium of all things equine answers
hundreds of questions about behavior, physiology, breed
characteristics, training, sporting events, and the longstanding relationship between humans and horses.

ISBN 978-1-60342-471-4; No. 62471

126,000

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-472-1; No. 62472

ISBN 978-1-60342-544-5; No. 62544

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Photographs and illustrations

Hardcover: $29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-798-2; No. 62798

256 pages; 5 x 8

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-553-7; No. 62553

528 pages; 6 x 9

Illustrations throughout
504 pages; 6 x 9

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

86

HORSES

Horse Handling
& Grooming
Cherry Hill

Award-winning horse handler


Cherry Hill offers a wealth of
practical advice on mastering
essential skills for maintaining consistent equine
well-being. More than 350
photographs show techniques
for grooming, clipping, bathing, braiding, and more.

124,000 copies in print

Horse Health Care


Cherry Hill

Packed with useful advice on


mastering dozens of essential
health-care skills and illustrated with step-by-step photographs, this volume covers
wound care, leg wrapping,
injections, dental exams,
basic restraint, and more.

63,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-955-7; No. 66955

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-0-88266-956-4; No. 66956

throughout

Photographs and illustrations

160 pages; 8 x 10/

throughout

Horse Hoof Care


Cherry Hill
& Richard Klimesh

Good hoof care is key to


every horses health and
performance. This complete
guide explains hoof anatomy,
the farriers role, and the
importance of daily routines
and consistent care if it
affects horse foot health, its
explained in this book.

Storeys Barn Guide


to Horse Handling
and Grooming

Storeys Barn Guide


to Horse Health
Care + First Aid

A great reference guide


for a trainer working with
new riders. Simple, essential information thats easily accessible it gets the
job done.
Horsemens Yankee Pedlar

When a horse isnt well,


every owner wants quick
solutions. With a nail hole at
the top of each page spread,
this book can be hung on a
barn wall as a hands-free
visual guide. Step-by-step
illustrations and simple text
guide readers through every
health situation likely to occur.

Charni Lewis

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

ISBN 978-1-60342-088-4; No. 62088

$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-58017-657-6; No. 67657

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

throughout

Full-color; photographs and

$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

160 pages; 8 x 10/

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-639-2; No. 67639

128 pages; 12 x 9

Full-color; photographs and

160 pages; 8 x 10/

illustrations throughout
128 pages; 12 x 9

Stablekeeping

Trailering Your Horse

From design to management to maintenance, good


stablekeeping minimizes
repair expenses, reduces feed
and veterinary bills, keeps
horses safe and content, and
provides a pleasant workplace
for owners and riders.

Trailering horses doesnt have


to be stressful. Everything
owners need to know about
selecting, maintaining, and
operating trailers and safely
transporting horses is covered here by Cherry Hill.

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill

Equipping Your
Horse Farm
Cherry Hill
& Richard Klimesh

Horse Sense

John J. Mettler Jr., DVM


Veterinarian John J. Mettler
has seen just about everything
that can happen to horses
and horse people from the
first-time buyer purchasing the
wrong mount to the experienced owner coping with an
acute case of colic. Here he
offers invaluable advice on preventive health care, breeding,
foaling, putting a horse down
when necessary, and more.

throughout

This companion volume to


Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage
offers in-depth information
on every aspect of selecting,
maintaining, and operating
tractors and horse trailers essential equipment
for horsekeepers. Hill and
Klimesh also discuss the
smaller implements used
frequently on horse farms.

160 pages; 8 x 10/

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-843-3; No. 67843

ISBN 978-0-88266-545-0; No. 66545

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

192 pages; 8 x 10/

160 pages; 8 x 11

36,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-176-2; No. 67176

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-58017-175-5; No. 67175

throughout

Photographs and illustrations

160 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

68,000 copies in print

The Horse
Doctor Is In

Brent Kelley, DVM


This is one of the best
veterinary books Ive seen
in years . . . it is a very
readable book for pleasure
as well as information.
The American
Quarter Horse Journal
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-460-2; No. 67460
Illustrations throughout
416 pages; 6 x 9

HORSES

87

BACKLIST GOLD

The Riders
Problem Solver

The Horse Training


Problem Solver

The Horse Behavior


Problem Solver

Easy to read yet thoughtful, this fun book works.


Interested in riding better
(or teaching riding better)? Buy this book.
Horsemens Yankee Pedlar

Training a horse brings an


array of vexing challenges.
Jessica Jahiel offers sensible
answers to common training
problems in an accessible
Q&A format. Her combination of basic theory, effective
solutions, and handy tips and
strategies will ensure a more
satisfying experience for both
horse and rider.

Using a question-and-answer
format and drawing on
real-life case studies, equine
behavior expert Jessica Jahiel
explains how a horse thinks
and learns, why it acts
the way it does, and how
one should respond. She
provides workable answers
to common problems.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-524-1; No. 67524

Next to riding, there is nothing horse people love


more than to pamper and groom their horses, and
braiding manes and tails is particularly enjoyable for
horse and rider alike. Here are 30 mane and tail braids
for every occasion from casual rides to blue-ribbon
events described with step-by-step illustrations and
color photographs.

ISBN 978-1-58017-686-6; No. 67686

Illustrations throughout

64,000

Illustrations throughout

352 pages; 6 x 9

jessica jahiel

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-838-9; No. 67838
Illustrations throughout
384 pages; 6 x 9

jessica jahiel

jessica jahiel

66,000

copies in print

416 pages; 6 x 9

Your Pony, Your Horse Starting & Running


Cherry Hill
Your Own Horse
Easy-to-follow instructions,
Business, 2nd Edition
photographs, and text show
young readers everything they
need to know about the selection, care, and safe handling
of horses.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-908-3; No. 66908
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
160 pages; 7 x 10

Mary Ashby McDonald,


DVM

Learn the ins and outs of


business plans, marketing,
safety issues, insurance, legal
considerations, good horse
management, and veterinary
costs. This revised edition
includes expanded advice
on safety and taxes, plus
suggestions from successful
equestrian entrepreneurs.

83,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-483-7; No. 62483
Illustrations throughout
224 pages; 8 x 10/

The Riders
Fitness Program

Dianna Robin Dennis, John


J. McCully & Paul M. Juris
More than 85 exercises,
illustrated with step-by-step
instructional photography,
improve balance, flexibility,
and coordination. New and
experienced riders will suffer
fewer aches and pains and
find new strength.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-542-5; No. 67542

BEST
SELLER!

Braiding Manes and Tails


Charni Lewis

copies in print

Hardcover with concealed wire-o:

Full-color; photographs and

$22.95 US / $30.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-699-6; No. 67699

152 pages; 9 x 9

Equine Fitness

Jec Aristotle Ballou


Ballou presents 50 conditioning exercises designed
to enhance a horses soundness, stamina, quality of
motion, longevity, strength,
and agility, with variations
for horses of different ages
and abilities. Individual and
group exercise routines are
described in detail, then
condensed onto pullout
cards to which riders can refer throughout the exercise.

The Horse
Conformation
Handbook

heather Smith Thomas


This is a detailed tour of
the horse, analyzing all
aspects of conformation and
discussing how variations will
affect a horses performance
and suitability for particular
functions.
Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-558-6; No. 67558
Illustrations throughout
400 pages; 8 x 10/

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-463-9; No. 62463

224 pages; 8 x 10/

Illustrations throughout
168 (144 standard + 24 card stock)
pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

88

HORSES
Trail Riding

Rhonda Hart Poe


Here is fundamental instruction and detailed advice on
every aspect of trail riding,
the most popular activity on
horseback. From selecting an
appropriate horse to proper
conditioning and training for
every kind of trail situation,
this book covers it all. This is
essential reading for everyone
who rides beyond the ring.

Ride the Right Horse


Yvonne Barteau

Hardcover with jacket:

The Basics of
Western Riding

Charlene Strickland
39,000

copies in print

Competing in
Western Shows
& Events

Charlene Strickland

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-560-9

ISBN 978-1-58017-662-0; No. 67662

No. 67560

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Illustrations throughout

throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-030-7; No. 67030

ISBN 978-1-58017-031-4; No. 67031

336 pages; 8 x 10/

312 pages; 6 x 9

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

144 pages; 8 x 11

144 pages; 8 x 11

Games on Horseback

Western Practice
Lessons

Easy-Gaited Horses
lee Ziegler

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-562-3
No. 67562

It is a pleasure to ride a
horse that is calm, obedient,
relaxed, and sure-footed. Lee
Ziegler provides a comprehensive guide to using humane
methods to train a horse
thats comfortable to ride.
From defining various gaits
to explaining equine anatomy
to training a variety of horses
in specific gaits, this is the
definitive guide to good gaited
horsemanship.

Illustrations throughout

Getting Your
First Horse
Judith Dutson
36,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

256 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-58017-078-9; No. 67078


Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
176 pages; 8 x 10/

Getting the Most from


Riding Lessons

Betty Bennett-Talbot
& Steve Bennett
44,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-134-2; No. 67134
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
144 pages; 8 x 11

Charlene Strickland
37,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-107-6; No. 67107
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 8 x 10/

ARENA POCKET GUIDES

BY CHERRY HILL

All books in the series: Paper with wire-o binding: Illustrations throughout; 32 pages; 4/ 8

Mike Smith

This reassuring introduction


to riding helps novice riders
maximize the lesson experience
with information about safety,
horse behavior, basic riding
exercises, and preparing for
that first show.
48,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-082-6
No. 67082
Photographs and
illustrations throughout
160 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Advanced Western
Exercises

Intermediate Western
Exercises

Beginning English
Exercises

$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

$9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-047-5

ISBN 978-1-58017-046-8

ISBN 978-1-58017-044-4

No. 67047

No. 67046

No. 67044

HORSES

89

BEST-SELLING SERIES!
READ & RIDE

BOOK
& DVD!

Peter Leones Show


Jumping Clinic
Peter Leone
& Kimberly S. Jaussi

Olympic Silver Medalist Leone


shares his winning methods
to help up-and-coming riders
master the elements of firstrate horsemanship and the
foundations of competitive
show jumping. Leone shares
his philosophy for building
mental strength and focus,
and the relationship between
horse and rider.
Hardcover w/jacket:

40 Fundamentals
of English Riding
Hollie H. McNeil

Master the 40 basic elements


essential to riders in dressage, jumping, and eventing. The book comes with
a 90-minute DVD showing
action sequences for each
fundamental.
Hardcover with jacket and DVD:
$35.00 US / $47.00 CAN
ISBN 978-1-60342-789-0; No. 62789

101 Jumping
Exercises for
Horse & Rider

101 Ground Training


Exercises for Every
Horse & Handler

This must-have workbook


provides a logical and consistent series of exercises
with easy-to-follow maps
and instructions for all
riding abilities.

Ground training is the key to


safe, successful riding and a
strong bond between horse and
rider. These 101 exercises cover
everything from haltering to
driving, turning to transitions,
and backing to body language.

Linda l. Allen with


Dianna R. Dennis

Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill

Hill presents recognized classic exercises for both English


and Western riders, plus her
own original patterns and
maneuvers. All are useful for
riders interested in improving
their own and their horses
skills and for instructors
looking for new drills.

Full-color; photographs and

77,000

illustrations throughout

Paper with comb-binding:

192 pages; 8 x 10/

$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-61212-052-2; No. 622052

ISBN 978-1-58017-465-7; No. 67465

Photographs and illustrations

Illustrations throughout

throughout

240 pages; 8 x 11

256 pages; 8 x 10/

Illustrations throughout

101 Drill Team


Exercises for
Horse & Rider

101 Dressage
Exercises for
Horse & Rider

Practice exercises are crucial


for all drill team riders. The
exercises developed for this
Read & Ride Guide progress
from basic skill-building
drills to challenging synchronized formations.

Starting with basic techniques and moving up


through maneuvers developed by U.S. Olympians,
the exercises here provide
hours of satisfying dressage
work for dressage riders of
all levels.

101 Western
Dressage
Exercises
for Horse & Rider

$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-60342-717-3; No. 62717
Full-color; photographs and
illustrations throughout

copies in print

101 Arena Exercises


for Horse & Rider

Paper with comb binding:

165,000

$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

copies in print

Paper with comb binding:


$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-0-88266-316-6; No. 66316
224 pages; 11 x 8

224 pages; 7 x 9

A Parents Guide to
Riding Lessons
Elise Gaston Chand

Essential information
about finding the perfect
lesson program, outfitting
your horse-crazed child
for the sport, and making sure your young rider
stays safe in the saddle.
Lesley Ward, editor,
Young Rider magazine

The USDF Guide


to Dressage
Jennifer O. Bryant

Easy-to-follow photographic
sequences demystify basic
dressage techniques for riders
of all disciplines; Bryant also
covers the history of dressage, terms and equipment,
management of the dressage
horse, and much more.
Hardcover with jacket:

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

$39.95 US / $53.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-447-9; No. 62447

ISBN 978-1-58017-529-6; No. 67529

Illustrations throughout

Full-color; photographs and

192 pages; 5 x 8

illustrations throughout
352 pages; 9 x 10

Debbie Kay Sams

Paper with comb-binding:


$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

Jec Aristotle Ballou

59,000

copies in print

ISBN 978-1-60342-143-0; No. 62143

Paper with comb-binding:

Photographs and illustrations

$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-595-1; No. 67595

240 pages; 8 x 10/

Illustrations throughout
240 pages; 8 x 11

jec aristotle ballou


and stephanie boyles

Western Dressage applies


the principles of dressage
to the training of Western
pleasure and performance
horses. These exercises help
Western riders take their
horses to the next level.
Paper with comb binding:
$29.95 US / $39.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-61212-170-3; No. 622170
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
240 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

90

BUILDING

BACKLIST GOLD

A great all-around
book for your cabin
aspirations. Pick it up
and commence drooling, plotting, and daydreaming.
Derek "Deek"

Diedricksen, blogger at
Relaxshacks.com, author
of Microshelters and
host of Tiny Yellow

House tv
BEST
SELLER!

Compact Cabins
Gerald Rowan

A comfortable cabin tucked into a tranquil plot of


land is the ideal retreat from everyday life. Here are 62
interpretations of the getaway dream, with something
to please every taste. All plans include sleeping quarters
and working kitchens and bathrooms, and the smallfootprint designs are affordable and energy-efficient
without skimping on comfort and style.

Building Small Barns,


Sheds & Shelters

How to Build Small


Barns & Outbuildings

Renovating Barns,
Sheds & Outbuildings

Burch offers easy-to-follow


plans and construction
methods for extending working, living, and storage areas
by building low-cost barns,
sheds, and animal shelters.

More than 20 projects offer


complete plans and instructions
for building a wide range
of structures designed for
adaptability and usefulness.
Readers will learn the step-bystep fundamentals of general
construction, from planning
and laying out a site to doit-yourself framing, roofing,
wiring, and plumbing.

Step-by-step advice on how


to square and strengthen a
barns structure, enlarge or
modify the building, repair
or replace the roofing and
siding, install new windows
and doors, even add electricity and plumbing. Engler
covers complete restoration
techniques for frame, pole,
post-and-beam, and masonry
structures.

Monte Burch

331,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-245-9; No. 66245
Photographs and illustrations
throughout
248 pages; 8 x 11

151,000 copies in print

Monte Burch

158,000 copies in print

Nick Engler

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-773-7; No. 66773

ISBN 978-1-58017-216-5; No. 67216

ISBN 978-1-60342-462-2; No. 62462

216 pages; 8 x 9 /16

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

288 pages; 8 x 11

256 pages; 8 x 11

Rustic Retreats

Dream Cottages

David & Jeanie Stiles

Catherine Tredway

For campers, anglers, hunters, nature lovers these 20


plans for low-cost structures
will result in the perfect
woodland hideaway.

The cottage holds a special


place in our minds and
hearts as a place of retreat,
peace, and relaxation, as
well as an expression of a
family's own personality.
In this elegantly illustrated
book, architect and teacher
Catherine Tredway presents
25 unique plans for cottages
designed to meet a wide
range of needs and lifestyles.

Just the inspiration


you need to find the
right design for a
small home for your
future needs.
Kent Griswold,
tinyhouseblog.com

Be Your Own
House Contractor
Carl Heldmann

Compact Houses
gerald rowan

With these 50 floor plans, Rowan shows how to make


the most of less space by focusing on maximizing
storage space, planning for multiuse areas, and using
every element of the house to its fullest including
decks, porches, and basements. For those looking to
build or renovate a compact home, this book explores
the full range of creative options for living comfortably
in 800 to 1,400 square feet and includes both one- and
two-floor designs and plans for one to three bedrooms.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Two-color;

ISBN 978-1-61212-102-4; No. 622102

illustrations throughout
208 pages; 8 x 9 /16

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

With this book as a guide,


anyone who can balance a
checkbook and deal with
people fairly can manage
every stage of a construction
project, from finding and buying land to securing financing,
setting a budget and schedule,
and hiring subcontractors to
do the building.

341,000 copies in print

78,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-035-2; No. 67035
Illustrations throughout
160 pages; 8 x 11

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Paper: $22.95 US / $30.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-840-2; No. 67840

ISBN 978-1-58017-372-8; No. 67372

One-color with 14-page photo

Full-color; photographs and

gallery; illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

176 pages; 6 x 9

176 pages; 8 x 11

BUILDING

Roger Hard

This is the essential book for


the log house builder, with
special tips that come only
with experience. It covers
how manufacturers kits
differ, how to pick the best
site, and how to know when
to hire help.
225,000

copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-399-9; No. 66399

Timber Frame
Construction

Jack Sobon &


Roger Schroeder
With dozens of illustrations
and photos, here is practical how-to for anyone who
wants to try this method. It
offers the basics of timber
framing, how to design for
strength and beauty, and
how to use modern tools and
time-tested methods.

109,000 copies in print

Build a Classic
Timber-Framed House
Jack A. Sobon

With the step-by-step


instructions in this book,
it's easy to build a classic
timber-framed houseone
that's enduring and features a
level of craftsmanship rare in
modern construction.

47,000 copies in print

Paper: $21.95 US / $29.95 CAN

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Build Your Own


Low-Cost Log Home

ISBN 978-0-88266-841-3; No. 66841


Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

throughout

throughout

ISBN 978-0-88266-365-4; No. 66365

208 pages; 8 x 11

200 pages; 8 x 11

Photographs and illustrations


throughout

From hewing the first log to


laying the last chimney stone,
McRaven covers every aspect
of hewn-log construction and
restoration. Clear, how-to
line illustrations accompany
the text throughout, and a
full-color gallery shows finished structures. Readers will
be inspired by these durable,
inviting homes.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN
ISBN 978-1-58017-590-6; No. 67590
One-color with 16-page full-color
insert; photographs and illustrations

Monte Burch

Low-Cost
Pole Building
Construction

More than two dozen


attractive and practical polebuilding plans include a
wood shed, a lean-to shelter,
a two-car garage, a barbecue
shelter, and livestock shade.

This definitive how-to book


will save money, labor, and
time in building a small
home, barn, or other
structure.

60,000 copies in print

derek deek diedricksen


As the tiny-house craze sweeps the country, many people
are looking to downsize their lives or just create their
own backyard (or backwoods) getaway. In Microshelters, Derek Diedricksen presents a photographic survey of unique
and inspiring cabins, tree houses, studios, tiny houses, and
more, gathered from the foremost bloggers and designers in
the field. For the builder itching to get started, he includes
six actual plan sets, as well as tips on using recycled materials and advice on fun ways to add low-budget personal
touches to any homemade shelter.
Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-353-0; No. 622353

illustrations throughout

AVAILABLE AUGUST 2015

Ralph Wolfe

308,000 copies in print

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-0-88266-859-8; No. 66859

ISBN 978-0-88266-170-4; No. 66170

Photographs and illustrations

Photographs and illustrations

throughout

throughout

208 pages; 8 x 11

192 pages; 8 x 11

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

Charles McRaven

Monte Burchs Pole


Building Projects

Microshelters

256 pages; 7 x 9

208 pages; 8 x 11

The Classic
Hewn-Log House

91

An uplifting tale of
hoisting studs, [this]
two-year odyssey of
cabin construction
weaves carpentry
skills, parenting, and
love through a weft
of humor.
Dale Mulfinger, author
and Cabinologist

Cabin Lessons
spike carlsen

Many dream of building a cabin perched on the perfect


spot in the perfect place. Building a cabin where their
family could escape the city, gather, and find solitude is
just what Spike Carlsen and his wife, Kat, had in mind
when they purchased land on a rocky, eroding cliff overlooking Lake Superior. Part building guide, part memoir,
Carlsen's narrative is filled with the joys and hardships a
blended family faces working long weekends and navigating numerous challenges, from making inaccessible land
accessible to designing a small space to fit everyones
desires. The final result is a small cabin built with compromise memorialized in wood.
Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN

Photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-567-1; No. 622567

illustrations throughout
224 pages; 5 x 8

throughout
208 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

92

BUILDING

BEST
SELLER!

The Backyard Homestead


Book of Building Projects

BACKLIST GOLD

This well-balanced
book fits very nicely
into the series, and the
projects are accessible
to homesteaders of
all levels. A great
purchase.
l ibrary journal

spike carlsen

From starting the garden to preserving the harvest and


enjoying backyard activities to the fullest, this book is the
go-to resource, with designs for 76 useful structures and
essential pieces of equipment. Spike Carlsens simple,
illustrated instructions will lead even novices through
all the required steps, using basic tools and standard
building materials. There are projects for all aspects of
sustainable living and all levels of skill, with a focus on
functionality.

The Vegetable
Gardeners Book of
Building Projects
Simple-to-make projects
include cold frames, compost
bins, planters, outdoor furniture, and more. Included are
step-by-step instructions,
detailed illustrations, complete materials lists, and a
color photograph of the
finished product.

49,000 copies in print

How to Build Your


Own Greenhouse

How to Build Paths,


Steps & Footbridges

A home greenhouse is the


ultimate dream of many avid
gardeners. Marshall provides
do-it-yourself plans for nine
greenhouses, ranging from
a simple cold frame to an
elaborate detached structure.

Paths, steps, and footbridges


can transform any home landscape. Jeswald shows how
to choose the right designs,
define an outdoor living
space, and realize a property's
full potential.

Roger Marshall

39,000 copies in print

Peter Jeswald

S
 election of HomeStyle
Book Club

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-647-7; No. 67647

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Hardcover: $34.95 US / $46.95 CAN

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-487-9; No. 67487

ISBN 978-1-58017-587-6; No. 67587

ISBN 978-1-60342-526-1; No. 62526

Full-color; photographs and

Illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

264 pages; 8 x 10/

248 pages; 8 x 10/

How to Build a Fence

Fences for
Pasture & Garden

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Two-color with 8-page color

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-085-0; No. 622085

insert; photographs and

illustrations throughout

illustrations throughout

152 pages; 8 x 10/

296 pages; 8 x 10/

Home Plan Doctor

The Modular Home

The Fence Bible

Larry W. Garnett

Andrew Gianino

Garnett explains in clear


language how to navigate
every stage of the process of
buying a home plan, from
selecting a plan to evaluating
the design room by room and
requesting needed modifications. Whether purchasing a
stock plan or working with an
architect, everyone buying a
design for a new home or addition will find this handbook
indispensable.

A comprehensive handbook
for prospective modular home
buyers, the book explains
every detail of buying and
building a modular home
or a modular addition to an
existing home.

Author Jeff Beneke teaches


readers how to plan, design,
build, and maintain every
kind of fencing for every kind
of environment.

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-58017-526-5; No. 67526

illustrations throughout

One-color with 16-page full-color

272 pages; 8 x 10/

Paper: $18.95 US / $25.95 CAN

Jeff Beneke

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-530-2; No. 67530

jeff beneke

With step-by-step instructions,


this book explains how to
build a simple fence in a number of basic styles to protect a
garden, keep animals safe, or
add privacy. It covers a variety
of fencing materials, including
wood, vinyl, and chain link,
and gives readers advice based
on the purpose of the fence.

insert; photographs and illustrations

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN

throughout

ISBN 978-1-61212-442-1; No. 622442

336 pages; 8 x 10/

Illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-698-9; No. 67698


Full-color; illustrations throughout
224 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

128 pages; 5 x 7

Gail Damerow

Filled with sound, up-to-date


advice and instruction, this
complete guide makes fence
building a task anyone can
tackle with confidence.

51,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-753-9; No. 66753
Illustrations throughout
160 pages; 8 x 11

BUILDING

The Dock Manual

PlyDesign

Burns provides ten simple,


step-by-step plans for building, painting, winterizing, and
repairing a stationary or floating dock.

Full-color; photographs and

Sleek, smart home furnishings can be constructed from


off-the-shelf sheet materials
using basic hand and power
tools. Projects from more
than 50 creative builders
include stools, workstations,
laptop stands, art panels,
headboards, doghouses, and
more. A photo of each finished project is accompanied
by step-by-step instructions.

illustrations throughout

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

144 pages; 8 x 10/

ISBN 978-1-60342-725-8; No. 62725

Ethan Fierro

Fierro captures the spirit


and romance of outdoor
showers in dramatic fullcolor photography. He covers
design and material elements
for each shower, as well as
basic plumbing, structural
requirements, and suggested
building materials.

Max Burns

49,000 copies in print

Paper: $24.95 US / $33.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-098-7; No. 67098
Two-color; photographs and

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-552-4; No. 67552

208 pages; 8 x 11

Philip Schmidt

Full-color; photographs and


illustrations throughout
320 pages; 9 x 9

NEW & NOTEWORTHY

The Outdoor Shower

93

Learn from one of


the best how to
make your furniture
tell a story youre
proud of.
Eric J. Wilhelm, PhD,
Founder of
instructables.com

Guerilla Furniture Design


will holman

When the guerilla approach to life tough, resourceful, and adept at living off the land meets todays DIY
maker culture, the result is a grassroots explosion
of interest in handcrafting furnishings from found and
sustainable materials. Featuring 31 step-by-step projects
using reclaimed paper, wood, plastic, and metal, these
clever, modern designs are functional, easy to assemble,
economical, and simple to break down and move
perfect for apartment dwellers and homeowners on a
budget. From a chair constructed of laminated cardboard
sheets to a milk crate credenza and a scrap wood table,
author Will Holman shows how a hip designer look can
be achieved using just a few low-tech tools and creative
techniques.
Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-61212-303-5; No. 622303

illustrations throughout
192 pages; 8 x 9

Ive been a
woodworker for
30 years ... and I
learned some great
tips and tricks from
Woodworking FAQ.

Hot Tubs, Saunas,


& Steam Baths

What Color Is
Your Swimming Pool?

HomeMade

Alan E. Sanderfoot

Alan E. Sanderfoot

Now anyone can bring that


pampering spa environment
into the home. Full-color
photographs show the range
of designs available for
both indoor and outdoor
settings, while Sanderfoot
addresses installation and
environmental issues.

Homeowners will learn how


to keep swimming pools
sparkling and beautiful with
Sanderfoots pool maintenance
classic. It includes information on all the latest pool
technology and features
expanded coverage of hot
tubs and spas.

These 101 exciting projects


come with complete, easyto-follow directions that will
save time and money. Projects
include a lawn chair, compost
bin, and movable shed.

Selection of HomeStyle
Book Club

129,000 copies in print

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

Ken Collier, Editor


in Chief, the family
handyman magazine

Ken Braren
& Roger Griffith

106,000 copies in print

Paper: $14.95 US / $19.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-103-2; No. 66103
Illustrations throughout
176 pages; 8 x 11

Woodworking FAQ
Spike Carlsen

For woodworkers of every level, Spike Carlsen answers


basic questions about tools and lumber, as well as more
advanced questions about making furniture and cabinets.
With its comprehensive information, friendly question-andanswer format, and convenient lay-flat binding, this is the
tool every workshop needs.
Paper w/partially concealed wire-o: Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $19.95 US / $26.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-309-4; No. 67309

$16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-549-4; No. 67549

Photographs and illustrations

ISBN 978-1-60342-729-6; No. 62729

Full-color; photographs and

throughout

illustrations throughout

208 pages; 8 x 10/

304 pages; 6 x 8

160 pages; 8 x 10/

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

HOME

94

Just In Case

BACKLIST GOLD

[Harrisons] wisdom is
delivered in a tone of
pioneer optimism.
T he New York Times

Kathy Harrison

Harrison explains how to set up a simple home


system covering food storage, alternative heating
sources, toiletries and clothing, pet supplies, emergency communication plans, and more that will
allow any household to survive comfortably for several
days without outside services. Harrison also explains
how to create an evacuation family plan.

Selection of One Spirit Book Club

63,000

copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

Two-color; illustrations

ISBN 978-1-60342-035-8; No. 62035

throughout
240 pages; 7 x 9/

Live More,
Want Less

Mary Carlomagno
Simplicity expert Mary
Carlomagno shows how to
strip away the nonessentials,
making room for serenity, change, creativity, and
even enlightenment. This
week-at-a-time road map
shows readers how to live
a life free of chaos and clutter physical, mental, and
emotional.

Wabi Sabi

Diane Durston
Wabi sabi celebrates natures
simplicity and the beauty of
imperfection. Diane Durston
offers a collection of simple
yet profound insights and
reflections for discovering
the essence of wabi sabi
presented in an irresistible,
hold-in-the-hand package.

43,000 copies in print

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-628-6; No. 67628

Paper: $12.95 US / $17.95 CAN

Two-color; photographs and

ISBN 978-1-60342-558-2; No. 62558

illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

384 pages; 4 x 4

192 pages; 5 x 8/

8-copy counter display

8-copy counter display

$71.60 US / $95.60 CAN

$103.60 US / $143.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-58017-755-9; No. 67755

The Womans
Hands-On Home
Repair Guide
Lyn Herrick

In this essential handbook


written by a woman for
women, Herrick offers basic
home repair rules in an upbeat,
no-nonsense style, with stepby-step instructions for fixing
and renovating things that go
wrong around the house.

66,000 copies in print

Paper: $17.95 US / $23.95 CAN


ISBN 978-0-88266-973-1; No. 66973
Two-color; illustrations throughout
208 pages; 8 x 8

ISBN 978-1-60342-750-0; No. 62750

Woodland Style

Marlene Hurley Marshall


Photography by Sabine
Vollmer von Falken
Any house can be beautified with decorative pieces
crafted from found bits of
the woodland landscape. The
book explains how to use
responsibly collected materials to create stylish wreaths,
frames, furniture, birdhouses,
and much more.

Selection of Crafters Choice


Book Club

Shell Chic

Marlene Hurley Marshall


Photography by Sabine
Vollmer von Falken
Gorgeous photography,
design ideas, and practical
instructions for bringing
the beauty of shells into the
home make this craft book
beautiful, stunning, and
inspiring.
Selection

of HomeStyle

Book Club
Hardcover with jacket:
$35.00 US / $47.00 CAN

Dorm Room
Feng Shui

Feng Shui
Dos & Taboos

Feng Shui Tips


for a Better Life

Angi Ma Wong

David Daniel Kennedy

High school students


dreading the cellblock
dorm room should pick
up this colorful read.
Boston Herald

In a fun, A-to-Z format,


Angi Ma Wong offers more
than 350 feng shui practices,
principles, and tips. Wong
has been featured in Time
magazine and on Live! With
Regis and Kelly, CBS Sunday
Morning, and The Oprah
Winfrey Show.

Organized by life concerns


rather than by room design,
here are more than 200 tips
for applying feng shui principles to health, romance,
career, wealth, and more.

Katherine Olaksen with


Elizabeth MacCrellish
& Margaret M. Donahue

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-592-0; No. 67592
Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $8.95 US / $11.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-308-7; No. 67308

ISBN 978-1-58017-440-4; No. 67440

8-copy counter display

$24.95 US / $33.95 CAN

Full-color; photographs and

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN

ISBN 978-1-60342-552-0; No. 62552

illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-58017-790-0

Full-color; photographs and

160 pages; 9 x 11

No. 67790

160 pages; 9 x 11

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

360,000 copies in print

144 pages; 5/ x 8

Paper with flaps:

illustrations throughout

Two-color
416 pages; 4 x 4

72,000 copies in print

Paper: $9.95 US / $13.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-038-3; No. 67038
Two-color
176 pages; 4 x 8

HOME

Donna Smallin
Donna Smallin uses a personalized, nonjudgmental
approach to explain how to
assess different situations and
suggests where to start organizing. Sidebars, quizzes, lists,
and time-saving tips make this
a great book for browsing.

Selection of Crafters Choice,


HomeStyle, One Spirit, and
the Literary Guild Book Clubs

155,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN


ISBN 978-1-58017-448-0; No. 67448
Two-color; illustrations throughout
320 pages; 7 x 9/

The One-Minute
Organizer A to Z
Storage Solutions
Donna Smallin

Selection of Crossings, Black


Expressions, Childrens Bookof-the-Month Club, Doubleday
Book Club, Crafters Choice,
HomeStyle, The Good Cook,
One Spirit, and BOMC2
Book Clubs

The
Unclutter Your Mind
One-Minute Organizer Donna Smallin
These simple strategies for
Plain & Simple
Donna Smallin
Here are quick and easy
solutions guaranteed to bring
instant clutter relief to anyone
willing to find a minute to get
started. Five hundred simple,
quick fixes help reduce lifes
chaos and add control, order,
and tranquillity.

375,000 copies in print

Two-color; illustrations throughout

Two-color; illustrations throughout

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN

288 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-58017-743-6; No. 67743

Cleaning
Plain & Simple

The
One-Minute Cleaner
Plain & Simple

Selection of HomeStyle,
Literary Guild, Doubleday,
and One Spirit Book Clubs

100,000 copies in print

Paper: $16.95 US / $22.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

ISBN 978-1-58017-607-1; No. 67607

$87.60 US / $116.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-113-3; No. 62113

320 pages; 7 x 9/

ISBN 978-1-61212-351-6; No. 622351


Two-color; illustrations throughout
288 pages; 4 x 6
8-copy counter display

288 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-58017-584-5; No. 67584

ISBN 978-1-60342-084-6; No. 62084


288 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-58017-636-1; No. 67636

8-copy counter display

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN


Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

Donna Smallins workable


approach to cleaning appeals
to neatniks and clutterbugs
alike. Hundreds of tips and
methods to achieve and
maintain a clean, inviting
home encourage readers to
get started right away.

donna smallin

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

and Literary Guild Book Clubs

Donna Smallin

Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness

Book Clubs

Selection of Book-of-the-Month

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

and online program

56,000 copies in print

S
 election of Book-of-theMonth and Literary Guild

Getting organized
doesnt have to be
intimidating! Easy to
read, easy to implement.
Belongs in every home!
Lorie Marrero, creator of
The Clutter Diet book

Donna Smallin continues her successful coaching with


a fresh set of one-minute tips designed to motivate and
inspire daily habits that will minimize the amount of time
anyone needs to spend on decluttering and cleaning. From
setting up a manageable process for organizing a closet to
making a daily habit of cleaning the bathroom sink, Smallin breaks the work down into easy steps that anyone can
tackle in just a minute or two.

sweeping out psychological


and emotional clutter will
inspire readers to decide
what matters most and stay
focused on their goals.

BACKLIST GOLD

Organizing
Plain & Simple

BEST
SELLER!

95

Donna Smallin
This is the perfect handbook
for busy people who want to
keep their homes clean and
clutter-free.

Selection of BOMC and

52,000 copies in print

Literary Guild Book Club


Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN


ISBN 978-1-61212-547-3; No. 622547

BEST
SELLER!

The Naturally Clean Home


Karyn Siegel-Maier

Here are 150 all-natural recipes that put natural disinfectants and deodorizers vinegar, lemon juice, baking soda,
borax, and essential oils to work in the home.

Selection of Crossings, Black Expressions, Crafters Choice,


Childrens Book-of-the-Month Club, Doubleday Book Club,
HomeStyle, The Good Cook, One Spirit, and BOMC2 Book Clubs

107,000 copies in print

ISBN 978-1-58017-659-0; No. 67659


Two-color; illustrations throughout

Paper: $10.95 US / $14.95 CAN

8-copy counter display

288 pages; 5 x 7

ISBN 978-1-60342-085-3; No. 62085

$87.60 US / $119.60 CAN

Two-color; illustrations throughout

ISBN 978-1-60342-120-1

224 pages; 5 x 7

No. 62120

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

96

TITLE INDEX

Beaded Jewelry: Wirework Techniques.. 45

Chick Days....................................................81

Dishing Up Virginia..................................32

2-at-a-Time Socks.......................................41

Beading Answer Book, The.......................45

Chicken Coops.............................................81

Dishing Up Washington..........................32

40 Fundamentals of English Riding.........89

Beekeeping...................................................77

Chicken Encyclopedia, The.......................81

Dock Manual, The......................................93

100 Skills You'll Need for the End of the

Beer for All Seasons...................................39

Chicken Games & Puzzles........................53

Dog Behavior Answer Book, The............50

Beginners Guide to Edible

Chicken Health Handbook, The..............21

Dog Heroes..................................................54

Chowderland................................................33

Donkey Companion, The .........................80

Christmas Crochet

Dont Throw It, Grow It!............................63

World (as We Know It).......................73

Herbs, The..............................................61

101 Arena Exercises for


Horse & Rider........................................89

Beginners Guide to Hunting Deer


for Food, The..........................................76

for Hearth, Home & Tree....................43

Donut Book, The.........................................34

Cider..............................................................38

Dorm Room Feng Shui...............................94

Circular Knitting Workshop......................42

Down & Dirty!..............................................65

City Gardeners Handbook, The..............66

Dr. Kidds Guide to Herbal Cat Care......50

at Home, The.........................................29

Classic Hewn-Log House, The.................91

Dr. Kidds Guide to Herbal Dog Care.....50

Beginning English Exercises......................88

Classic Zucchini Cookbook, The.............32

Draft Horses and Mules ...........................78

Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs........43

Cleaner Plate Club, The............................34

Drawn to Nature ........................................57

Big Book of Kombucha, The................. 13

Cleaning Plain & Simple............................95

Dream Cottages..........................................90

Big Book of Preserving

Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness..........95

Dream Horses..............................................54

the Harvest, The...................................28

CloneBrews .................................................38

Drink the Harvest.......................................37

101 Western Dressage Exercises

Bird Brainteasers.........................................57

Coffee Time..................................................37

for Horse & Rider..................................89

Bird Watching Answer Book, The...........56

Cold-Climate Gardening............................62

250 Treasured Country Desserts............34

Birdfeeders, Shelters & Baths..................56

College Cookbook, The.............................31

365 Ways to Energize

Blacksmiths Craft, The.............................73

Compact Cabins..........................................90

Eating Aliens................................................76

Mind, Body & Soul................................70

Blue-Ribbon Vegetable Gardening....... 16

Compact Houses.........................................90

Electric Fencing...........................................74

500 Treasured Country Recipes..............34

Bonsai Survival Manual.............................65

Competing in Western

Epic Tomatoes.............................................59

Braiding Manes and Tails..........................87

ADHD Alternatives....................................70

Brew Chem 101...........................................38

Advanced Western Exercises...................88

Brew Like a Pro............................................39

All Points Patchwork..................................45

Brew Ware....................................................38

American Craft Beer Cookbook, The.....37

Brewing Made Easy....................................39

Among Wild Horses...................................84

Buffis Dress Design: Sew 30

101 Designer One-Skein Wonders.........40


101 Dressage Exercises

Beginners Guide to Making and Using

for Horse & Rider..................................89


101 Drill Team Exercises

Dried Foods, The...................................29


Beginners Guide to Preserving Food

for Horse & Rider..................................89


101 Ground Training Exercises
for Every Horse & Handler.................89
101 Jumping Exercises
for Horse & Rider..................................89
101 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies.....34

Bread Making: A Home Course...............35

Shows & Events.....................................88


Complete Compost
Gardening Guide, The.........................62
Complete Guide to Saving

Easy-Gaited Horses....................................88

Equine Fitness..............................................87
Equipping Your Horse Farm......................86
Essential Guide to Calving........................79
Essential Guide to
Color Knitting Techniques, The....... 11

Seeds, The..............................................63
Complete Houseplant

Essential Guide to Cultivating

Survival Manual, The...........................65

Mushrooms, The...................................60

Apple Cookbook, The................................33

Fun Styles................................................46

Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs......43

Essential Oils Book, The............................69

Aromatherapy Companion, The..............69

Build a Classic Timber-Framed House...91

Container Theme Gardens.................... 19

Ever-Blooming Flower Garden, The........64

Around the Corner Crochet Borders......43

Build! A Knight's Castle.......................... 4

Continuous Container Gardens...............65

Excavate! Dinosaurs...................................53

At Knits End................................................44

Build Your Own Beekeeping

Cookie Craft.................................................35

Eye See You..................................................54

Equipment...............................................77

Cookie Craft Christmas.............................35

Build Your Own Low-Cost Log Home.....91

Cooking Class..............................................55

Building Raised Beds............................ 23

Cooking with Fire........................................30

Building Small Barns,

Cordials from Your Kitchen......................37

Fabric-by-Fabric One-Yard Wonders......47

Attracting Native Pollinators....................76

Backyard Bird-Lovers Guide, The...........57

Fabric Surface Design................................45

Backyard Cow, The.....................................80

Sheds & Shelters...................................90

Country Tea Parties....................................34

Facelift at Your Fingertips.........................69

Backyard Foraging.......................................60

Building Stone Walls..................................72

Covering Ground.........................................67

Fallscaping....................................................67

Backyard Goat, The....................................80

Building with Stone.....................................72

Creating an Herbal Bodycare

Family Butterfly Book, The........................52

Backyard Homestead, The........................73

Butchering Beef.........................................78

Backyard Homestead

Butchering Poultry, Rabbit, Lamb,

Business..................................................71

Family Cow, The..........................................78

Creating Fairy Garden Fragrances...........48

Farm Anatomy.............................................57

Goat, and Pork....................................78

Crochet Answer Book, The.......................40

Farming with Native Beneficial Insects...76

By Candlelight..............................................71

Crochet One-Skein Wonders...................40

Felt It!.............................................................42

Crocheter's Skill-Building

Fence Bible, The..........................................92

Book of Building Projects, The...........92


Backyard Homestead Book of Kitchen
Know-How, The ...................................29

Workbook, The......................................43

Fences for Pasture & Garden...................92

Cabin Lessons..............................................91

Curious Nature Guide, The....................... 5

Feng Shui Dos & Taboos............................94

Backyard Lumberjack, The.......................72

Candlemakers Companion, The.............48


Candy Construction...................................55

Baking Answer Book, The.........................34

Canine Sports & Games............................50

Feng Shui Tips for a Better Life...............94

Backyard Sheep, The..................................80

Dave Millers Homebrewing Guide.........39

Field Guide to Fleece, The......................44

Barnheart......................................................73

Caring for Perennials..................................66

Deckscaping.................................................67

Finding Good Farmland.............................74

Barnyard Games & Puzzles.......................53

Carrots Love Tomatoes..............................58

Deerproofing Your Yard & Garden..........63

Fish Grilled & Smoked...............................30

Barnyard Read-and-Play

Cast On, Bind Off.......................................41

Designer Plant Combinations..................66

Five-Plant Gardens...................................66

Cat Behavior Answer Book, The..............50

Designing Your Gardens

Fix, Freeze, Feast.........................................28

Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising


Farm Animals, The...............................77

Sticker Book, The..................................52

Fermented Vegetables...............................29

Catch the Wind, Harness the Sun..........55

and Landscapes.....................................67

Fleece & Fiber Sourcebook, The...............44

Livestock & Game.................................78

Cattle Health Handbook, The..................79

Dirt-Cheap Green Thumb, The................62

Flower Gardeners Bible, The...................64

Basics of Western Riding, The.................88

Celebration of Motherhood, A................71

Dishing Up Maine.....................................32

Foaling Primer, The....................................84

Be Your Own House Contractor..............90

Cellaring Wine.............................................36

Dishing Up Maryland...............................32

Foliage............................................................64

Beaded Jewelry: Knotting Techniques...45

Chai................................................................34

Dishing Up New Mexico.........................32

Food Activist Handbook, The..................75

Beaded Jewelry: Stringing Technique.....45

Cherry Hills Horsekeeping Almanac.....85

Dishing Up Oregon...................................32

Fowl Play.......................................................81

Dishing Up Vermont ...............................32

Fresh Egg Cookbook, The.........................32

Basic Butchering of

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

TITLE INDEX

97

Fresh Honey Cookbook, The....................32

Herbal Goddess...........................................69

Hot Tubs, Saunas, & Steam Baths..........93

Knitting Loves Crochet..............................42

Fresh Made Simple.................................. 6

Herbal Home Remedy Book, The............69

How Carrots Won the Trojan War..........67

Knitting Rules!.............................................44

From Vines to Wines.................................36

Herbal Home Spa, The..............................69

How to Build a Fence.................................92

Knowing Horses..........................................85

Fruit Gardeners Bible, The.......................60

Herbal Remedy Gardens...........................61

How to Build Animal Housing..................77

Knowledgeable Knitter, The.....................42

Herbal Tea Gardens....................................61

How to Build Paths,

Kristin Knits..................................................41

Games on Horseback.................................88

Herbal Vinegar............................................36

Gardeners AZ Guide to Growing

Herbs for Childrens Health......................68

Barns & Outbuildings...........................90

Herbs for Common Ailments...................68

How to Build Your Own Greenhouse.....92

Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver.......70

How to Crochet...........................................43

Your Woods, A......................................72

Organic Food, The................................60

Herbs for Long-Lasting Health................68

How to Keep a Dream Journal.................71

Landscaping with Fruit...............................60

Gardeners Bug Book, The........................66

Herbs for Mens Health.............................68

How to Knit..................................................43

Lawn & Garden Owners Manual, The....62

Gardeners Guide

Herbs for Natural Beauty..........................68

How to Knit Socks That Fit................... 22

Let It Rot!......................................................62

to Plant Diseases, The.........................66

Herbs for Stress & Anxiety.......................68

How to Make a Quilt..................................45

Life Cycles of Butterflies, The .................56

Gardeners Weed Book, The....................66

High-Yield Vegetable Gardening.......... 18

How to Make Chocolate Candies...........35

Little One-Yard Wonders .........................47

Gardening with Less Water.................. 20

Hiking Companion, The.............................56

How to Make Curtains..............................47

Live More, Want Less ...............................94

Getting Started with

Hive Management......................................77

How to Make Frozen Yogurt.....................31

Livestock Guardians...................................78

Home Cheese Making...............................30

How to Make Ice Cream...........................31

Lobster!.........................................................33

Home Creamery, The................................30

How to Make Maple Syrup.......................33

Locavore Way, The.....................................34

Flowers from Seed to Bloom, The.....64


Gardeners AZ Guide to Growing

Beef & Dairy Cattle..............................79


Getting the Most from

Steps & Footbridges.............................92

Herbal Teas..................................................34

How to Build Small

Lace One-Skein Wonders........................40


Landowners Guide to Managing

Riding Lessons.......................................88

Home Plan Doctor......................................92

How to Make Slipcovers............................47

Low-Cost Pole Building Construction.....91

Getting Your First Horse...........................88

Home Sausage Making..............................30

How to Mulch..............................................62

Luxury Yarn One-Skein Wonders............40

Ghoulish Goodies........................................35

Home Water Supply, The.........................74

How to Sleep Soundly Tonight.................70

Good Life Lab, The.....................................75

Home Winemakers Companion, The....36

How to Spin........................................... 22

Good-to-Go Cookbook, The.....................34

Homebrew Favorites..................................38

How to Think Like a Horse.......................85

Grasses..........................................................64

Homebrewers Answer Book, The..........38

Humane Livestock Handling....................79

Maintaining Small-Farm Equipment.......23

Grass-Fed Cattle.........................................79

Homebrewers Garden, The.....................39


Homebuilt Winery, The.............................36

Making & Using Caramel..........................22

Great Outdoors

Made from Scratch.....................................73

Making & Using Vinegar...........................36

Games & Puzzles, The.........................53

Homegrown Herbs.....................................61

Greenhorns...................................................73

Homegrown Honey Bees...........................77

Incense..........................................................71

Creams & Lotions.................................69

Groundbreaking Food Gardens................58

Homegrown Pork......................................79

Increase, Decrease.....................................41

Making Bent Willow Furniture.................48

Grow a Little Fruit Tree..............................60

Homegrown Whole Grains.......................61

Intermediate Western Exercises.............88

Making Bentwood Trellises,

Grow Your Handmade Business..............49

HomeMade...................................................93

Into the Nest................................................56

Arbors, Gates & Fences......................48

Growing & Using Herbs Successfully.....61

Homemade Liqueurs and

Introduction to Heritage Breeds, An......77

Making Felted Friends................................46

Making Hay..................................................74

Joy in Every Moment.............................. 9

Making Music..............................................54

Joy of Gardening.........................................63

Making Natural Liquid Soaps...................49

Handbook, The......................................64

Jumping for Kids.........................................51

Making Transparent Soap.........................49

in Any Home, Anywhere.....................60

Homeowners Energy Handbook, The...74

Just In Case..................................................94

Making Vegan Frozen Treats....................31

Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales..... 23

Hooked on Crochet....................................42
Horse Behavior Problem Solver, The.....87

Guerilla Furniture Design..........................93

Horse Breeds of North America..............84

Making Wild Wines & Meads.................36

Growing Your Herb Business...................61

Kayak Companion, The.............................56

Managing Manure......................................74

Guide to Canning, Freezing, Curing

Horse Breeds Poster Book, The...............54

Keep Chickens!............................................81

Maple Sugar.................................................33

Horse Care for Kids....................................51

Keep Out!......................................................55

Maple Syrup Cookbook......................... 12

Horse Conformation Handbook, The.....87

Keeping a Nature Journal..........................57

Melt & Mold Soap Crafting......................49

Horse Crazy!................................................51

Keeping Livestock Healthy.......................78

Mend It Better.............................................46

Hand Dyeing Yarn and Fleece..................44

Horse Doctor Is In, The.............................86

Keeping the Harvest...................................28

Microshelters...............................................91

Hand Printing from Nature.......................48

Horse Farm Read-and-Play

Kids Building Workshop, The..................55

Milk-Based Soaps.......................................49

Growing Chinese Vegetables

Infused Spirits.....................................37

in Your Own Backyard.........................61

Homemade Root Beer, Soda & Pop........37

Growing Christmas Trees..........................74

Homemade Soda.........................................37

Growing Healthy Houseplants.................65

Homeowners Complete Tree & Shrub

Growing Tasty Tropical Plants

& Smoking Meat, Fish & Game, A....30

Improv Sewing.............................................46

Making Aromatherapy

Making Herbal Dream Pillows.................48

Making Your Small Farm Profitable........75

Handmade Marketplace, The..................49

Sticker Book, The..................................52

Kids Guide to Keeping Chickens, A.......51

Mobile Poultry Slaughterhouse, The......81

Hands-On Healing Remedies...................71

Horse Games & Puzzles............................53

Kiss My Aster..............................................66

Modular Home, The...................................92

Happy Baby, Happy You............................71

Horse Handling & Grooming....................86

Kitten Owners Manual, The....................50

Moms Best Crowd-Pleasers....................34

Happy Cat, Happy You..............................50

Horse Health Care......................................86

Knife Skills....................................................35

Monte Burchs Pole Building Projects....91

Happy Dog, Happy You.............................50

Horse Hoof Care.........................................86

Knit Christmas Stockings........................43

More Homebrew Favorites.......................38

Hardy Succulents........................................64

Horse Nutrition Handbook, The..............84

Knit One, Bead Too....................................42

My First Farm Friends: Books in a Barn.54

Hatching & Brooding Your

Horse Sense.................................................86

Knit One, Felt Too.......................................42

Horse Show Read-and-Play

Knit Scarves!................................................42

Own Chicks............................................81
Have-More Plan, The.............................76

Sticker Book, The..................................52

Knit Socks!....................................................41

Healthy Bones & Joints..............................70

Horse Showing for Kids.............................51

Knit the Sky............................................. 8

Natural Foot Care.......................................70

Healthy College Cookbook, The..............31

Horse Training Problem Solver, The.......87

Knit Your Socks on Straight......................41

Natural Soap Book, The............................49

Herb Gardener, The...................................61

Horsekeeping on a Small Acreage..........85

Knitters Life List, The................................41

Natural Stonescapes..................................66

Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends.................36

Horses & Friends Poster Book.................54

Knitting Answer Book, The.......................40

Naturally Bug-Free................................ 15

Herbal Antibiotics.......................................70

Horses in Action!........................................54

Knitting Fabric Rugs ..................................42

Naturally Clean Home, The......................95

Herbal Antivirals.......................................70

Hot Sauce!....................................................28

Natural Baby Care......................................71

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

98

TITLE INDEX
T

Naturally Healthy Hair...............................70

Pure Soapmaking.................................. 14

Simple Fountains.........................................48

Naturally Healthy Skin...............................70

Put em Up!...................................................28

Simple Ways to Energize..........................71

Nature Anatomy.........................................57

Put em Up! Fruit.........................................28

Simple Ways to Relax................................71

Nature Connection, The............................52

Put em Up!

Skirt-a-Day Sewing.....................................47

Taking Time for Friends.............................71

Small-Scale Livestock Farming.................78

Taking Time for Tea....................................34

Snowshoe Experience, The.......................56

Tan Your Hide!.............................................78

Soap Crafting...............................................49

Tasting Beer ................................................39

Quilting Answer Book, The.......................45

Soapmakers Companion, The.................49

Tasting Whiskey..........................................38

Quilting with a Modern Slant.................45

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders................40

Teaching Safe Horsemanship...................84

Soul Support Book, The.............................70

Teddy Bear Doctor:

Rabbit Housing............................................80

Spa of Your Own, A....................................71

Rabbit-Raising Problem Solver, The.......80

Spinners Book of Fleece, The..................44

whether I wanted to or not.................44

Raising a Calf for Beef...............................78

Spinners Book of Yarn Designs, The.....44

Timber Frame Construction.....................91

Raising a Team Player................................56

Spruce: A Step-by-Step Guide

Tips for the Lazy Gardener.......................66

Preserving Answer Book, The............28

Nature Journal.............................................57
Natures Art Box..........................................52
New England Clam
Shack Cookbook, The..........................33
New Woodburners Handbook, The.......72
North American CloneBrews...................38

One-Minute Cleaner
Plain & Simple, The..............................95
One-Minute Organizer
A to Z Storage Solutions, The...........95

Soup Night.................................................35

Tabletop Gardens........................................65
Tag, Toss & Run...........................................57

A Let's Make & Play Book..................53


Things I Learned from Knitting . . .

Raptor!...........................................................52

to Upholstery and Design.................46

Raw Energy...................................................31

Stable Smarts...............................................85

Plain & Simple, The..............................95

Raw Energy in a Glass...............................31

Stablekeeping...............................................86

Cookbook................................................30

One-Skein Wonders...................................40

Real Food for Cats......................................50

Starter Vegetable Gardens.......................58

Trail Riding....................................................88

One-Skein Wonders for Babies.............. 2

Real Food for Dogs.....................................50

Starting & Running

Trailering Your Horse.................................86

One-Woman Farm....................................73

Recipes from the Root Cellar...................29

One-Yard Wonders.....................................47

Reclaiming Our Food..................................75

Organic Body Care Recipes......................71

Recycled Crafts Box....................................52

Small Farm Business............................75

Organic Farming Manual, The.................75

Reinventing the Chicken Coop.................81

Starting Seeds..............................................63

Organic Lawn Care Manual, The............62

Renovating Barns,

Step-by-Step Outdoor Stonework...........72

Unclutter Your Mind..................................95

One-Minute Organizer

Your Own Horse Business..................87


Starting & Running Your Own

Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks........................41


Tomato: A Fresh-from-the-Vine

Trash-to-Treasure Papermaking...............48

Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks......................31

Organizing Plain & Simple........................95

Sheds & Outbuildings..........................90

Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off........44

Under the Sea Poster Book.......................54

Outdoor Shower, The................................93

Ride the Right Horse..................................88

Stone Primer................................................72

Uniquely Felt................................................46

Outdoor Stonework....................................66

Riders Fitness Program, The...................87

Stonework.....................................................72

USDF Guide to Dressage, The.................89

Outdoor Water Features...........................66

Riders Problem Solver, The.....................87

Storeys Barn Guide to

Oxen...............................................................78

Riding for Kids.............................................51

Right Rose, Right Place..............................64


Root Cellaring..............................................28

Pamper Yourself (Series)..........................71

Rosemary Gladstars Herbal Recipes


for Vibrant Health.................................68

Paper Illuminated........................................48
Papermakers Companion, The................48

Rosemary Gladstars Medicinal


Herbs: A Beginners Guide.................68

Papermaking with Garden Plants &


Common Weeds...................................48

Roses Love Garlic........................................58

Parents Guide to Riding Lessons, A.......89

Rustic Retreats............................................90

Peaches and Other Juicy Fruits...............33

Horse Handling and Grooming..........86


Storeys Barn Guide to
Horse Health Care + First Aid...........86
Storeys Barn Guide to Sheep..................80
Storeys Basic Country Skills....................73
Storeys Guide to Growing Organic
Orchard Fruits........................................75
Storeys Guide to Growing Organic
Vegetables & Herbs for Market........75

Vegetable Gardeners Bible, The.............59


Vegetable Gardeners Book of
Building Projects, The..........................92
Vegetable Gardeners Container
Bible, The................................................59
Veggie Gardeners Answer Book, The.....58
Vertical Vegetables & Fruit ......................58
Vintage Beer..............................................39

Storeys Guide to Keeping Honey Bees.....83

Saving Container Plants............................65

Storeys Guide to Raising Chickens..........82

Design Primer, The...............................67

Saving Seeds................................................63

Storeys Guide to Raising Dairy Goats....83

Water-Wise Home, The............................74

Perfect Pumpkin, The.................................60

Saving Vegetable Seeds.............................63

Storeys Guide to Raising Ducks.............83

Weather!.......................................................54

Perfumes, Splashes & Colognes..............69

Scarecrows...................................................48

Storeys Guide to Raising Horses............85

Weather-Resilient Garden, The...............62

Peter Leones Show Jumping Clinic........89

Sea Life Games & Puzzles.........................53

Storeys Guide to Raising Llamas............82

Weaving Large on a Little Loom........... 10

Petting Farm Poster Book, The................54

Seascape Gardening...................................67

Storeys Guide to Raising Meat Goats....83

Week-by-Week Vegetable

Pickled Pantry, The.....................................29

Secret Life of Beer!, The............................37

Storeys Guide to Raising

Picnic..............................................................35

Secret Lives of Backyard Bugs, The........56

Miniature Livestock..............................83

Western Practice Lessons.........................88

PlyDesign......................................................93

Secrets of Plant Propagation....................63

Storeys Guide to Raising Pigs.................82

What Color Is Your Swimming Pool?.....93

Pocketful of Poultry....................................80

Secrets to Great Soil..................................62

Storeys Guide to Raising Poultry............83

What Every Horse Should Know.............85

Pony Play Games & Puzzles.....................53

Seed Sowing and Saving............................63

Storeys Guide to Raising Rabbits...........83

Whats That Bird?.......................................52

Poolscaping..................................................67

Serving Up the Harvest.............................29

Storeys Guide to Raising Sheep..............82

Wild Animals of North America.............54

Pop-Out & Paint Dogs & Cats..................51

Sew & Stow..................................................46

Storeys Guide to Raising Turkeys...........83

Wild Turkeys................................................76

Pop-Out & Paint Farm Animals...............51

Sew Up a Home Makeover.......................46

Storeys Guide to Training Horses..........85

Wildlife-Friendly Vegetable

Pop-Out & Paint Horse Breeds................51

Sew What! Bags..........................................47

Storeys Illustrated Breed Guide to

Practical Guide to

Sew What! Fleece.......................................47

Perennial Care Manual, The.....................67


Perennial Gardeners

Storeys Guide to Raising Beef Cattle....82

Sheep, Goats, Cattle, and Pigs..........77

Wabi Sabi......................................................94

Gardeners Handbook..........................59

Gardener, The.....................................58
Window Boxes.............................................65

Container Gardening, The..................65

Sew What! Skirts........................................47

Preserving Wild Foods...............................29

Sewing Answer Book, The........................46

Pruning Answer Book, The.......................64

Sewing School..............................................55

Pruning Made Easy.....................................64

Sewing School 2..........................................55

Poultry Breeds.......................................80

Woodland Homestead, The ....................72

Pumpkin........................................................33

Shell Chic......................................................94

Successful Small-Scale Farming..............75

Woodland Style...........................................94

Puppy Owners Manual, The....................50

Show Me a Story.........................................55

Sustainable Homebrewing........................39

Woodstove Cookery...................................30

Showing Poultry.................................... 22

Sweater Chop Shop, The...........................44

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Storeys Illustrated Guide to 96 Horse


Breeds of North America....................84
Storeys Illustrated Guide to

Winemakers Answer Book, The.............36


Womans Hands-On
Home Repair Guide, The....................94

AUTHOR INDEX

99

WoodsWalk..................................................54

Brown, Amanda...........................................46

DenHartog, Francesca...............................47

Halm, Brad....................................................18

Woodworking FAQ.....................................93

Brown, Kathleen..........................................34

Dennis, Dianna R. ...............................87, 89

Halpin, Anne................................................67

World of Cake, A........................................34

Bryant, Jennifer O. .....................................89

DeWitt, Dave...............................................32

Hamilton, Allan J. ......................................84

Bryson, Lew..................................................38

Diedricksen, Derek.....................................91

Hanna, Kathleen Cannata.........................34

Bubel, Mike and Nancy.............................28

Dodt, Colleen K. ..................................69, 71

Hansen, Ann Larkin...............23, 72, 74, 75

Year-Round Vegetable Gardener, The.....58

Buhner, Stephen Harrod............................70

Dohner, Janet Vorwald..............................78

Hansen, Steve..............................................23

Your Calf.......................................................79

Burch, Monte........................................90, 91

Dojny, Brooke.......................................32, 33

Hard, Roger..................................................91
Harrington, Geri...................................31, 61

Your Goats....................................................79

Burns, Max...................................................93

Donahue, Margaret M...............................94

Your Horse....................................................84

Burris, Judy...................................................56

Drowns, Glenn......................................22, 83

Harrison, Kathy...........................................94

Your Pony, Your Horse........................79, 87

Bushway, Stephen.......................................72

Druchunas, Donna......................................22

Hart, Rhonda Massingham.........58, 62, 63

Your Puppy, Your Dog................................79

Butler, Carol A.............................................85

Dub, Richard L. ........................................66

Hartung, Tammi...................................58, 61

Your Rabbit...................................................79

Byers, Dorie..................................................61

Durant, Judith.................................. 2, 4042

Haynes, N. Bruce........................................78

Durston, Diane............................................94

Heldmann, Carl...........................................90

Dutson, Judith......................................84, 88

Heller, Barbara L..................................70, 71

Calhoun, Scott.............................................66

Herrick, Lyn..................................................94

Eames, Alan D.............................................37

Hiebert, Helen.............................................48

Cameron, Brenda and Brian.....................48

Eastman, Wilbur F., Jr. .............................30

Hill, Cherry..............................51, 79, 8589

Camp, Carole Ann......................................47

Eckman, Edie.........................................40, 43

Hill, Lewis................................60, 6264, 74

Campbell, Frederick C. .............................66

Eddy, Carson................................................45

Hill, Nancy.............................................62, 64

Campbell, Stu.......................................62, 74

Edwards, Victoria H. .................................69

Hobson, Phyllis............................................78

Carlomagno, Mary......................................94

Ekarius, Carol.................. 44, 77, 78, 80, 82

Hoffmann, David.........................................70

Adkins, Dorcas............................................48

Carlsen, Spike................................91, 92, 93

Ellis, Barbara W............................58, 63, 67

Holcomb, Rachel.........................................31

Allen, Laura..................................................74

Carroll, Ricki.................................................30

Engler, Nick..................................................90

Holderread, Dave........................................83

Allen, Linda L. .............................................89

Castella, Krystina........................................34

Erickson, Laura............................................56

Holl, John......................................................37

Anderson, Alison and Steven...................33

Caughey, Melissa........................................51

Erler, Catriona Tudor..................................67

Holman, Will................................................93

Anderson, Sarah..........................................44

Cavitch, Susan Miller.................................49

Evans, Rachael.............................................45

Hoskins, Patricia.........................................47

Art, Henry W. .............................................54

Chadwick, Janet..........................................29

Evans-Hylton, Patrick.................................32

Hovanec, Helene..................................37, 53

Aubrey, Sarah Beth.....................................75

Chand, Elise Gaston...................................89

Hughes, Steve..............................................36

Chapin, Kari..................................................49

Bader, Beth...................................................34

Chase, Nan K. .............................................37

Faiola, Anne-Marie..............................14, 49

Bainbridge, David A. .................................20

Chattman, Lauren................................34, 35

Farrell-Kingsley, Kathy...............................30

Baldwin, Edward A. ...................................56

Chesman, Andrea.........................29, 32, 34

Feld, Kate......................................................45

Ballou, Jec Aristotle............................87, 89

Chioffi, Nancy..............................................28

ffrench, Crispina..........................................44

Barnes, Lexie.........................................46, 47

Choiniere, Joseph........................................52

Fierro, Ethan.................................................93

Jacobs, Betty E. M. ....................................61

Barney, Danny.............................................75

Cobb, Tanya Denckla.................................75

Fisher, Joe and Dennis...............................39

Jahiel, Jessica...............................................87

Barteau, Yvonne..........................................88

Cohen, Stephanie........................................67

Fleming, Severine von Tscharner............73

Janson, Lee W.............................................38

Belanger, Jerry.............................................83

Collins, Bill......................................22, 35, 36

Fryer, Janice.................................................35

Janssen, Mary Beth....................................70

Beneke, Jeff..................................................92

Conroy, Drew...............................................78
Cook, Deanna F. ..................................53, 55

Bennett, Bob..........................................80, 83

Cooper, Jane................................................30

Jashanmal, Buffi..........................................46

Benjamin, Ali................................................34

Gannon, Linda..............................................48

Jensen, Candi...............................................42

Bennett, Steve..............................................88

Costenbader, Carol W. ............................28

Garnett, Larry W........................................92

Jessop, Carol................................................47

Bennett-Talbot, Betty.................................88

Cotler, Amy..................................................34

Gartland, Ashley.........................................32

Jeswald, Peter..............................................92

Beranger, Jeannette....................................77

Cousin, Pierre Jean.....................................69

Gelfand, Dale Evva.....................................71

Jirsa, Amy.....................................................69

Berlow, Ali............................................75, 81

Cox, Jeff........................................................36

Gianino, Andrew.........................................92

Johnson, Dean.............................................65

Berry, Susan.................................................65

Cramer, James.............................................65

Gilleland, Diane...........................................45

Jordan, Marynor..........................................32

Bestor, Leslie Ann................................41, 43

Cresswell, Stephen.....................................37

Gillett, Michelle...........................................71

Juris, Paul M. ..............................................87

Bethmann, Laura.........................................48

Crowe, Alison..............................................36

Gladstar, Rosemary....................................68

Birutta, Gale.................................................82

Crum, Hannah.............................................12

Glickman, Joe..............................................56

Blum, Nicole.................................................46

Curtis, Alice.................................................41

Golding, Claire Mowbray..........................52

Gough, Robert.............................................63

Kelley, Brent.................................................86

Gover, Tzivia.................................................. 9

Kennedy, David Daniel..............................94

Damerow, Gail.21, 60, 7779 , 81, 82, 92

Grandin, Temple..........................................79

Kidd, Randy .................................................50

Boyles, Stephanie........................................89

Danforth, Adam..........................................78

Griffith, Roger..............................................93

Kilarski, Barbara..........................................81

Bradbury, Zo Ida....................................... 73

Davis-Hollander, Lawrence......................30

Grummer, Arnold E....................................48

Kimball, Cheryl............................................51

Bradley, Fern Marshall........................23, 63

Dawson, Jan.................................................84

Guest, DeNeice C. .....................................37

Klimesh, Richard.........................................86

Bradley, Steve..............................................65

Dawson, Patrick..........................................39

Gulling, Rich..........................................36, 37

Klober, Kelly.................................................82

Braren, Ken...................................................93

Deesing, Mark.............................................79
Delaney, Sara...............................................43

Breedlove, Greta.........................................69

Delmar, Diana..............................................50

Koffman, Deb...............................................70

Bredesen, Sara Thomson..........................83

Haas, Jessie..................................................51

Krishna, Priya...............................................31

Bridgewater, Alan and Gill........................66

Delmonte, Patti...........................................50

Haedrich, Ken..............................................12

Kujawski, Ron and Jennifer.......................59

Denckla, Tanya L. K. ..................................60

Halloran, Ed..................................................36

Zen Mind, Zen Horse.................................84

Caduto, Michael J. ....................................55


Callahan, Gail..............................................44

AUTHOR INDEX

Bonney, Richard E. ..............................77, 83


Booth, Nancy M. ........................................69
Bowers, Sharon.....................................35, 55

Chapple, Judy..............................................84

Failor, Catherine..........................................49

Herd, Tim......................................................33

Immergut, Debra.........................................46

Jabbour, Niki................................................58

Jaussi, Kimberly S.......................................89

Kelaidis, Gwen Moore...............................64

Kopecky, Mark.............................................74

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

100

AUTHOR INDEX

Moore, Arden..............................................50

Robbins, Michael W. .........................54, 56

Storey, Martha......................................34, 73

LaGory, Alex................................................13

Moore-Gough, Cheryl................................63

Robbins, Roanne..........................................65

Stovel, DeeDee.....................................33, 35

Landers, Jackson.........................................76

Morgan-Oakes, Melissa............................41

Robertson, J. Craig and Barbara..............55

Strickland, Charlene...................................88

Langstaff, John............................................54

Morris, Karen...............................................45

Robinson, Ed and Carolyn.........................76

Stuckey, Maggie...................................34, 35

Laubach, Christyna M. and Ren............52

Morrison, Alethea.......................................77

Robson, Deborah........................................44

Szamatulski, Tess and Mark.....................38

Lawrence, Mike...........................................72

Mosher, Randy............................................39

Rogers, Marc................................................63

LeHoullier, Craig..................................23, 59

Mothes, Lee..................................................55

Romm, Aviva and Tracy.............................70

Rosen, Diana.........................................34, 71

Leone, Peter.................................................89
Leslie, Clare Walker....................... 5, 52, 57

Talbert, Barbara Weiland...................45, 46

Roth, Charles E. ..........................................57

Taylor, Kathleen..........................................42

Navarra, Katie..............................................52

Rothman, Julia ............................................57

Tennant, Jon.................................................53

Lewis, Charni.........................................86, 87

Neuburger, Emily K....................................55

Rowan, Gerald ............................................90

Thomas, Heather Smith.......79, 82, 85, 87

Lewis, Colin..................................................65

Neville, Kati..................................................28

Rowell, Victoria...........................................57

Thompson, Jennifer Trainer...............28, 32

Lisle, Andria.................................................55

Nicholas, Kristin..........................................41

Ruechel, Julius ............................................79

Thomsen, Amanda.....................................66

Littlefield, Cindy A...............................51, 53

Nichols, Lew.................................................38

Rupp, Rebecca......................................54, 67

Thomson, Jess.............................................32

Livestock Conservancy, The ....................77

Nimetz, Alexandra......................................31

Rushing, Felder............................................48

Tiede, Karen.................................................42

Russell, Scott R. .........................................38

Tilgner, Linda...............................................66

Russell, Stephen..........................................60

Tkacsik, Lindsay..........................................28

Torpey, Jodi..................................................16

Sams, Debbie Kay.......................................89

Townsend, Sara Begg.................................65

Oppenheimer, Betty............................46, 48

Sanderfoot, Alan E. ...................................93

Tredway, Catherine....................................90

Macher, Ron.................................................75

Oster, Maggie..............................................36

Sanford, Malcolm T. .................................83

Tremayne, Wendy Jehanara.....................75

Macunovich, Janet...............................66, 67

OSullivan, Penelope...................................64

Sayer, Maggie..............................................83

Tukey, Paul.............................................57, 62

Scheckel, Paul..............................................74

Turner, Carole B. ........................................63

Schloss, Andrew..........................................37

Pace, Maggie................................................42

Schmidt, Philip.............................................93

Makela, Casey.............................................49

Pangman, Judy.............................................81

Schneider, Peter..........................................64

Manalo, Paula..............................................73

Patry, Karen..................................................80

Schneller, Lee...............................................64

Manikowski, John.......................................30

Pearl, Sue......................................................46

Schrider, Don...............................................83

Vinton, Sherri Brooks.................................28

Marcin, Marietta Marshall.......................61

Pearl-McPhee, Stephanie..........................44

Schroeder, Roger.........................................91

Vivian, John..................................................72

Marcoux, Paula............................................30

Peary, Danny ...............................................56

Schwenke, Karl............................................75

Maria, Donna...............................................69

Peery, Susan Mahnke.................................30

Seaman, Annalie........................................... 4

Marrone, Teresa..........................................29

Pelzel, Raquel...............................................29

Searle, Nancy...............................................79

Marshall, Marlene Hurley.........................94

Perry, Leonard..............................................60

Sekora, Chaila..............................................47

Walter, Claire...............................................56

Marshall, Roger...........................................92

Peterson, Deborah......................................63

Sellnow, Les..................................................85

Ward, Lesley................................................51

Martin, Alison..............................................77

Peterson, Valerie.........................................35

Selsam, Millicent.........................................63

Wardwell, Joyce A. ....................................69

Martin, Deborah L......................................62

Philbrick, Frank and Stephen....................72

Severson, Mike............................................72

Waterman, Dennis L. ................................72

Martin, Laura C. .........................................52

Pisano, Tony.................................................77

Sheehy, Harry..............................................56

Weaver, Sue ..................................79, 80, 83

Martin, Laurelynn G. and Byron E. ........60

Pitzer, Sara...................................................61

Shockey, Kirsten K. and Christopher.....29

Weingarten, Matthew................................29

Masterton, Laurey......................................32

Pleasant, Barbara...................58, 62, 65, 66

Siegel-Maier, Karyn.............................71, 95

Westerman, C. Kaila..................................49

Lewis, Ashton..............................................38

Loftus, Amelia Slayton...............................39


Long, Jim.......................................................48
Lutzen, Karl F. .............................................38

MacCrellish, Elizabeth...............................94

Madigan, Carleen.......................................73
Mahnken, Jan...............................................57
Maine, Sandy...............................................71

Ohrenstein, Dora........................................43
Olaksen, Katherine.....................................94
Ondra, Nancy J. ....................19, 64, 66, 67

Tourles, Stephanie L. ............15, 31, 70, 71

Van Loon, Dirk.............................................78


Vargas, Pattie........................................36, 37

Wallin, Betsy................................................54

May, Rachel.................................................45

Plumley, Amie Petronis.............................55

Simmons, Paula...........................................82

Weston, Nicole............................................31

McCarthy, Betsy Lee..................................41

Poe, Rhonda Hart........................................88

Smallin, Donna............................................95

White, Christine..........................................46

McClure, Susan...........................................61

Pomeranz, Lynne.........................................84

Smith, Beth............................................22, 44

White, Patrick..............................................74

McCrate, Colin............................................18

Powell, Eileen...............................................64

Smith, Charles W. G. ..................52, 61, 62

Wiseman, Ann Sayre.................................54

McCreary, Rosemary.................................65

Proulx, Annie................................................38

Smith, Edward C. .......................................59

Woginrich, Jenna.................................73, 81

Smith, Mike..................................................88

Wolfe, Ralph.................................................91

Smith, Nicole................................................47

Wolpe, Matthew.........................................81

Raboff, Fran..................................................34

Snodgrass, Lucie L. ....................................32

Wong, Angi Ma...........................................94

McFarland, Cynthia....................................84

Radcliffe, Margaret.......................11, 40, 42

Sobon, Jack A. ............................................91

Woodier, Olwen..........................................33

McGowan, Alice and Brian.......................65

Ralph, Ann....................................................60

Spagna, Ana Maria.....................................73

Worth, Melyni.............................................84

McLeod, Brett..............................................72

Ralston, Nancy C........................................32

Spaziani, Gene.............................................36

McNeil, Hollie H. .......................................89

Raymond, Dick............................................63

Sponenberg, Phillip.....................................77

McRaven, Charles.........................72, 73, 91

Read, Marie..................................................56

Stanley, Jason..............................................31

X, Y, Z

Mead, Gretchen..........................................28

Reavis, Charles G. .....................................30

Starr, Emeline..............................................31

Yaker, Rebecca............................................47

Medeiros, Tracey........................................32

Redmond, Lea................................................ 8

Steege, Gwen W...........................34, 41, 43

Yang, Linda...................................................66

Mehus-Roe, Kristin.....................................50

Reich, Lee......................................................60

Stein, Lauren K.............................................. 6

Zachos, Ellen.........................................60, 65

Merrell, Patrick.......................37, 53, 57, 81

Reppert, Bertha...........................................61

Steinberg, Sally Levitt................................34

Ziegler, Lee...................................................88

Mettler, John J., Jr. ......................76, 78, 86

Rezendes, Cheryl........................................45

Stell, Elizabeth P. .......................................62

McCully, John J. .........................................87


McDonald, Mary Ashby............................87
McElroy, Kevin.............................................81

Meyer, Karl...................................................54

Rice, Alina.....................................................78

Stevens, Mark..............................................38

Mikula, Rick..................................................52

Richards, Wayne.........................................56

Stewart, Keith..............................................75

Miller, Dave..................................................39

Richter, Judy................................................51

Stiles, David and Jeanie............................90

Mitchell, Syne..............................................10

Riotte, Louise...............................................58

Storer, Pat.....................................................79

Roach, Kristin M.........................................46

Storey, John..................................................73

FALL 2015 STOREY PUBLISHING

Xerces Society, The....................................76

ORDERING INFORMATION
U.S. BOOK TRADE
REPRESENTATIVES
Heartland & TOLA

Fujii Associates
Eric Heidemann
75 Sunny Hill Drive
Troy, MO 63379
Tel: (636) 528-2546
Fax: (636) 600-5153
E-mail: eric@fujiiassociates.com

West Coast & Southwest

Book Travelers West


Kurtis Lowe
2701 California Avenue SW, PMB 233
Seattle, WA 98116-2405
Tel: (206) 932-7865
Fax: (800) 440-0818
E-mail: kurtis@booktravelerswest.com

East Coast & Southeast

Como Sales Inc.


Maureen Karb
14 Oakhurst Road,
Hopkinton, MA 01748
Tel: (508) 293-1503
Fax: (866) 950-3096
E-mail: maureen@comosales.com

U.S. GIFT SALES


REPRESENTATIVES
FL, GA, AL, MS, TN,
KY, NC, SC
225 Unlimited, Inc.
AmericasMart
Showroom #1718
230 Spring Street
Atlanta, GA 30303
Tel: (800) 773-4225
Fax: (407) 895-1764
www.225unlimited.com

TX, OK, LA, AR

Anne McGilvray & Company


2332 Valdina Street
Dallas, TX 75207
Tel: (214) 638-4438
Tel: (800) 527-1462 ext. 1
Fax: (866) 539-0192
www.annemcgilvray.com

IA, MI, WI, MN, NE, SD,


ND, KS, MO
Anne McGilvray & Company
Minneapolis Gift Mart
Orange Gallery Room 378
10301 Bren Road West
Minnetonka, MN 55343
Tel: (952) 932-7153
Tel: (800) 527-1462
Fax: (866) 539-0192
www.annemcgilvray.com

AZ, Southern CA, NM, HI,


Southern NV
California Marketing Associates
110 E 9th Street, C1300
Los Angeles, CA 90079
Tel: (800) 874-6716
Fax: (213) 452-7010
www.cmagifts.com

CT, MA, NH, VT, ME, RI


Roberts North & Associates
476 Missing Link Road
PO Box 857
Springfield, VT 05156
Tel: (802) 885-1725
Fax (802) 885-4483

Upstate NY

Helen Kaminski & Co


30 Rondout Lane
Accord, NY 12404
Tel: (845) 626-0001
Fax: (845) 626-0001

NY, NJ, MD, DE, DC, VA,


Eastern PA
Ivystone Group
301 Commerce Drive
Exton, PA 19341
Tel: (800) 327-9036
Fax: (888) 489-7866
www.ivystone.com

Northern CA,
Northern NV

Jenny Hammons & Associates


631 Center Street
Healdsburg, CA 95448
Tel: (800) 606-6471
Fax: (866) 861-4769
www.jennyhammonsco.com

CO, UT, WY, MT


Long Sales Group
451 E. 58th Avenue
Suite 1661
Denver, CO 80216
Tel: (303) 294-0191
Fax: (303) 294-0193

IL

Rep Factor
Leslie Warner
Chicago, IL 60654
Tel: (847) 428-4020
Fax: (847) 428-4020
E-mail: lesliewarner@earthlink.net

IN, OH, WV, Western PA


Singer Son & Associates
6125 Dublin Road
Delaware, OH 43015
Tel: (800) 800-5312
Fax: (740) 811-1988

OR, WA, AK, ID

Ted Weinstein and


the Company He Keeps
Pacific Market Center
6100 4th Avenue South #282
Seattle, WA 98108
Tel: (206) 763-9474
Tel: (503) 222-5105
Fax: (206) 768-3075

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS
Canada

Thomas Allen & Son Ltd.


390 Steelcase Road East
Markham, ON L3R 1G2
Canada
Tel: (905) 475-9126
Fax: (905) 475-6747

Asia & Middle East

Michelle Morrow Curreri


3 Eagle Lane
Beverly, MA 01915
Tel: (978) 921-8020
Fax: (978) 921-7577
E-mail: michelle@curreriworldsvs.net

Australia

Capricorn Link Australia Pty Ltd.


PO Box 704
Windsor NSW 2756
Australia
Tel: 61-0245-601600
Fax: 61-0245-775288
E-mail: books@capricornlink.com.au
www.capricornlink.com.au

Europe

Bill Bailey Publishers


Representatives
Devon TQ12 2HR
United Kingdom
Tel: 44-1626-331079
Fax: 44-1626-331080
E-mail: info@billbaileypubreps.co.uk

New Zealand

Susan Holmes
Bookreps NZ Ltd.
2/39 Woodside Avenue
Northcote, Auckland 0627
New Zealand
Tel: 0064 9 419 2635
Fax: 0064 9 419 2634
E-mail: susan@bookreps.co.nz
www.bookreps.co.nz

South Africa

Trinity Books CC
PO Box 242
Randburg 2125
South Africa
Tel: 27-11-787-4010/1
Fax: 27-11-787-8920
E-mail: trinity@iafrica.com

UK

Melia Publishing Services


ONE St. Peters Road
Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 7QU
United Kingdom
Tel: 01628 633673
Fax: 01628 635562
E-mail: melia@melia.co.uk

Latin America, Caribbean

David Williams
IMA / Intermediaamericana Ltd.
PO Box 8734
London SE21 7ZF
United Kingdom
Tel: 44-20-7272-7113
E-mail: sales@intermediaamericana.com

All Other Countries


Maribeth Casey, Rights Director
210 MASS MoCA Way
North Adams, MA 01247
Tel: (413) 346-2135
Fax: (413) 346-2199
E-mail: maribeth.casey@storey.com

Storey Publishing
210 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA 01247
Tel: (800) 827-8673 | Fax: (800) 865-3429
storey.com | sales@storey.com

CONTACT INFORMATION
General Sales
Margaret Lennon, sales@storey.com
International Sales and Rights
Maribeth Casey, maribeth.casey@storey.com
Mail-Order Catalogs
Amy Pulver, amy.pulver@storey.com
Media Review Copies & Author Appearances
Contact Storey Publicity, publicity@storey.com
Library/School
Maryellen Mahoney,
maryellen.mahoney@storey.com
Storey is distributed in the gift and book trade
by Workman Publishing Company, Inc.

This catalog contains all current and forthcoming Storey Publishing books. All prices are subject to change without notice.
ISBN: 978-1-61212-710-0
No. 622710
Printed in the United States
For discount information or to place an order,
please contact Workman Publishing Company
directly or a sales representative in your area.
To place an order for gift or book sales, please
call or write to:
Workman Publishing Company
225 Varick Street
New York, NY 10014-4381
Tel: (800) 722-7202
Fax: (212) 254-8098
NYC: (212) 254-5900
www.workman.com

Phone-In Order
Representatives:
Book & Gift Stores:
Tel: (800) 967-5630
Tel: (800) 967-5635
Fax: (800) 521-1832
Fax: (800) 344-3482
Rep: Jean Vargas ext. 7525
For credit and customer service issues, call
Workman Publishing at (800) 722-7202.

Our Mission
To serve our customers by publishing
practical information that encourages
personal independence in harmony with
the environment.