A simple guide to common mushrooms by Teresa Marrone and Kathy Yerich. This is a small, full-color guide that helps mushroom hunters identify mushrooms commonly encountered in the upper Midwest (the Dakotas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin). Details below.
Written by long-time Milwaukee resident Julie Tarney, My Son Wears Heels tells the story of one mother's experience raising her child in an era without guides, parenting-tips, or even the internet. Tarney was awarded the inaugural BeOUT Award for LGBTQ Visibility by Milwaukee Pride for her book. Details below.
The presence of birds, bees, and butterflies is a sign of a healthy, earth-friendly place. These most welcome guests bring joy to those who appreciate watching them. This guide will help you steward a perfect habitat that attracts them and, more importantly, helps them thrive. Acclaimed author and expert entomologist Jaret C. Daniels provides all the information you need in this must-have guide for Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Try something new at your next campfire with this campfire cookbook, featuring more than 100 delicious recipes and full-color photographs of every delicious dish. Perfect for the professional cook, foodie, or family member with high expectations for dinner when roughing it in nature.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and learn more about its founder, Gaylord Nelson, through this biographical book. Christofferson tells the story of Governor Nelson, who in 1970 created a day for Americans, and eventually people around the world, to focus on protecting our natural environment. This edition is large print.
Juliette Kinzie's book, first published in 1856, provides an early narrative for colonizers who felt that the native culture should be respected and protected. This book shares the stories and interactions between her family and the Winnebago people. Details below.