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FALL BOOK SALE – New Releases 25% Off!

Posted Sep 15 2010 10:42am

Fall Book Sale! Our newest releases are 25% off until the end of the month.

Check out the book trailer for Jamie Court’s new book, The Progressive’s Guide To Raising Hell .

The Progressive’s Guide to Raising Hell By Jamie Court

Change is no simple matter in American politicsa fact that Americans have recently learned well. Elections rarely produce the change they promise. After the vote, power vacuums fill with familiar values, if not faces. Promises give way to fiscal realities, hope succumbs to pragmatism, and ambition concedes to inertia. The old tricks of interest groupsconfuse, diffuse, scareprevail over the better angels of American nature.

The Sheer Ecstasy of Being a Lunatic Farmer By Joel Salatin

Foodies and environmentally minded folks often struggle to understand and articulate the fundamental differences between the farming and food systems they endorse and those promoted by Monsanto and friends. With visceral stories and humor from Salatin’s half-century as a “lunatic” farmer, Salatin contrasts the differences on many levels: practical, spiritual, social, economic, ecological, political, and nutritional.

Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares By Greg Marley

Throughout history, people have had a complex and confusing relationship with mushrooms. Are fungi food or medicine, beneficial decomposers or deadly “toadstools” ready to kill anyone foolhardy enough to eat them? In fact, there is truth in all these statements. In Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares, author Greg Marley reveals some of the wonders and mysteries of mushrooms, and our conflicting human reactions to them.

Masonry Heaters By Ken Matesz

Masonry Heaters is a complete guide to designing and living with one of the oldest, and yet one of the most revolutionary, heating devices. A masonry heater’s design, placement in the home, and luxurious radiant heat redefine the hearth for the modern era, turning it into a piece of the sun right inside the homeand it is an investment in self-sufficiency and freedom from fossil fuels.

Adobe Homes For All Climates By Lisa Schroder and Vince Ogletree

Contrary to stereotypes, adobe is perfectly adaptable for use in cold, wet climates as well as hot and dry ones, and for areas prone to earthquakes. With its efficient use of energy, natural resources for construction, and minimal effort for long-term maintenance, it’s clear that the humble adobe brick is an ideal option for constructing eco-friendly structures throughout the world.

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