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My Maple Syrup Books and Video Course
Click on any image for more information about my full-color print book, Sweet Maple.
and my instructional ecourse, Maple Joy,
Maple Syrup Supplies
(Also check out this post on saving money with a homemade RO filter. That post lists all the supplies needed to build your own money-saving Reverse Osmosis filter.)
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Cast Iron Baking Supplies
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I’m a glutton for a good book, especially if it’s about a topic near and dear to my heart. As a professional storyteller, I have some tried-and-true picture books that I will never part with. (I can’t wait to read them with my grandchildren some day!) As a newbie homesteader, there are books that have been invaluable to me. As a veteran homeschooler, I can honestly say I have used very few textbooks, but the ones I have used I highly recommend. So I thought I’d set aside a page here, on my blog, to share with you all my all-time favorite reads and resources as a homeschooler, homesteader, storyteller, and parent. I’m continually adding to this list, so stop back again.
I know there is a plethora of books on any one of these topics, but I am only sharing my personal favorites here. If the book is listed on this page, I assure you it holds an esteemed spot on a bookshelf in my own home.
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For nature study anywhere in the U.S., I highly recommend ANY National Audubon Society field guide. Find the ones you’d enjoy for your part of the country. If you’re in New England, my favorite recommendation for all things nature study is Naturally Curious, by Mary Holland, but that is very specific to this region.
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Making Maple Syrup
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Some of my Favorite
STORYBOOKS FOR KIDS
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Products we love for Journaling or adding to Our Backyard Book
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