Holy Cows and Hog Heaven: The Food Buyer’s Guide to Farm Friendly Food by Joel Salatin provides relevant perspectives on the future of food systems.
This brief document addresses some of the trickiest challenges Kansas gardeners will face when gardening in the fall.
A collection of short tales about trail horse Zorro and his training. Readers will learn about DeMuth’s efforts to implement natural care and riding methods with her horses.
Too many family ranches these days are supported by a spouse’s off-ranch income. But this book by Cody Holmes proves that it doesn’t have to be this way!
Short poems feature bugs that will be familiar to nearly every Kansas child, and children from other places, as well.
Not all of us can readily absorb military history without getting bogged down in the technicalities. Thankfully, Kansas Forts and Bases: Sentinels on the Prairie by Debra Goodrich Bisel and Michelle M. Martin is supremely readable, providing an era-by-era overview of Kansas forts as reflective of the broader picture of Kansas history overall.
The Civil War era was a challenging time that severely put the nation, its families, and its values to the test. A Kansas Soldier at War: The Civil War Letters of Christian and Elise Dubach Isely by Ken Spurgeon offers fascinating insight into this human element of the conflict. The bulk of the book isContinue reading “A Kansas Soldier at War”
Still looking for fun and educational activities for the children? Share a laugh! Today only (Friday, May 8), the eBook edition of The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!): 101 Funny Bone Ticklers For Jokesters of All Ages by B. Patrick Lincoln is available for only $2.99. This book offers clean jokesContinue reading “$2.99 Today Only (May 8)—The Worst Jokes I Know”
Udall. Topeka. Hesston. Andover. Greensburg. Whether you lived through them or not, the major tornadoes of Kansas have become indelibly stamped on the state’s memory.
No matter what your country living interests are, you must have this book. This may seem like an exaggeration. Rest assured, it’s not.