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    The Good Living Guide to Beekeeping
    Secrets of the Hive, Stories from the Field, and a Practical Guide That Explains It All
    Dede Cummings
    (Good Books)
    Beekeeping is nothing new—the ancient Egyptians were well versed in the benefits of living with bees—but in recent years, there has been a surge of folks struck with the desire to build and nurture a hive of their own. Beekeeping has become the passion of farmers in rural Vermont, urbanites with rooftops... [READ MORE]
    The Good Living Guide to Country Skills
    Wisdom for Growing Your Own Food, Raising Animals, Canning and Fermenting, and More
    Abigail R. Gehring
    (Good Books)
    Gehring’s books on country living have sold more than 500,000 copies. In this book, Gehring offers a guide to country living skills that is as charming as it is practical. Full of sweet illustrations and gorgeous photographs, step-by-step instructions for essential skills such as building a chicken coop... [READ MORE]
    Living Without Electricity
    People's Place Book No. 9
    Stephen Scott
    (Good Books)
    How do the Amish get along without electric lights or appliances, computers, power tools, or their own phones? This book examines the Amish response to technology. Also, the role of invention among the Amish. This book tells how and why the Amish live without inventions other people take for granted:... [READ MORE]
    Living Without Electricity
    People's Place Book No. 9
    Stephen Scott
    (Good Books)
    How do the Amish get along without electric lights or appliances, computers, power tools, or their own phones? This book examines the Amish response to technology. Also, the role of invention among the Amish. This book tells how and why the Amish live without inventions other people take for granted:... [READ MORE]
    Living Without Electricity
    Lessons from the Amish
    Stephen Scott, Kenneth Pellman, Michael Degan
    (Good Books)
    In a modern world where technology is taking over our lives, could we lead an essential, simple life without electricity? How can we get by without computers, power tools, phones, or even basics such as electric lights and appliances? The answers lie in Amish communities and other Old Order groups in... [READ MORE]
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