New England knits: timeless knitwear with a modern twist by Cecily Glowik MacDonald and Melissa LaBarre
When I think of New England and knitting, my first thought is of bulky cabled sweaters, but this book offers a wide variety of projects in a range of styles. Nothing here is oversize or stiflingly heavy, and there are even a number of small projects, like a the Brattleboro Hat and the Groveland Satchel.
Edible: a celebration of local food by Tracey Ryder
This book features information about local food producers across the United States and pairs recipes with each region. Southeast Michigan's own Calder Dairy is featured, as is Ann Arbor restaurant eve. The recipe for Asparagus with Morels and Tarragon looks delicious.
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Scandinavian needlecraft: 35 step-by-step projects to create the Scandinavian home by Clare Youngs — Scandinavian embroidery has such a distinct, appealing look, and now this book shows us how to achieve it at home. Included here are a variety of projects for household items embellished with machine or hand embroidery in the Scandinavian style. Basic instructions on the techniques are also included, so these projects should be manageable for crafters at all skill levels.
Knitting mochimochi : 20 super cute strange designs for knitted amigurumi by Anna Hrachovec ; photographs by Brandi SimonsThis totally cute book includes patterns for twenty adorable knitted creatures and objects. It also includes basic knitting instructions and even has information about how to make sure your cute critters are safe for kids. I think my first project will be the Squirrels on Wheels. There are also some free patterns available on the Mochimochi blog (right sidebar).
- Anubandhālu by Vi. Es. Ramādēvi
- Viḍākuliccēśānōc! by E. Jayalakṣmīrāju
- Anaganagā-marinni kotta kathalu by Bniṃ
- Prakrt̥ivarālu-2: āyurvēda arōgya grandhaṃ by Gāyatrīdēvi
- Nān vejiṭēriyan vaṇṭalu by saṅkalanaṃ, Ji. Lakṣmi
- Telugu sinimā caritralō Cirañjīvi by Si. Śrīkānt kumār
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Herb gardening for the Midwest by Debra Knapke, Laura Peters — Interested in growing herbs? This guide includes all you need to know about the herbs that thrive in this region and includes herbs of ornamental interest and of practical use. Details for each herb or plant include features, growing instructions, tips for best results, recommended varieties, harvesting and processing instructions, and uses. Everything is easy to understand and the color photographs are extremely helpful, especially for gardeners who have aesthetics in mind.
Bicycling & the law: your rights as a cyclist by Bob Mionske
Did you know that bicyclists and motorists have equal rights to the road under Michigan law? During the summer months it is especially important to be aware of your surroundings, whether you're on a bike or in a car. Become an informed citizen and remember to always share the road!
Going bovine by Libba Bray
Charles and Emma: the Darwins' leap of faith by Deborah Heiligman
The monstrumologist by William James Henry; edited by Rick Yancey
Punkzilla by Adam Rapp
The boy who harnessed the wind: creating currents of electricity and hope by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer
The bride's farewell by Meg Rosoff
The good soldiers by David Finkel
Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson
Tales of the Madman Underground: an historical romance 1973 by John Barnes
The unnameables by Ellen Booraem
The sweetness at the bottom of the pie by Alan Bradley
- Gurū Gobinda Siṅgha: ikka wilakkhaṇa saḵẖashīata by Ishara Siṅgha
- Tumarī kathā kahī na jāi by Dalīpa Kaura Ṭiwāṇā
- Āzāda yodhā: itihāsaka dasatāwejī nāwala by Ajīta Rāhī
- Bhīmā: nāwala by Rāma Sarūpa Aṇakhī
- Zindagī dūra nahīṃ: kahāṇīāṃ by Jasawanta Siṅgha Kam˘wala
- Naitika kadarāṃ kīmatāṃ: sucajjī zindagī jiūṇa dī kalā by Guracarana Siṅgha
The Gossler guide to the best hardy shrubs : more than 350 expert choices for your garden by Roger, Eric, and Marjory Gossler ; foreword by John E. Elsley
Shrubs are one of the easiest additions you can make to your landscape and this guide offers a wealth of choices to fit just about any environment. Many shrubs require little to no maintenance and for those whose thumbs are less than green, this book even includes a chapter entitled, "How Not to Kill Your Plants." Filled with beautiful, full-color photographs, you can see the look of these shrubs and in many cases, how they can be used for lovely effect within a landscape.
- Matthe madilige matthu prayaschittha by Usha Navarathna Ram
- Bramhachari by M.K. Indira
- Naatyarani Shanthala by M.N. Murthy