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.
Identify 200 of Wisconsin's beautiful wildflowers with this field guide, created by Stan Tekiela. Organized by color and size, naming the wildflowers found in the nature of Wisconsin has never been easier, and with icons to make visual identification quick and easy, full-page, quality photographs, and an easy-to-read format, you'll be an expert in no time.
Designed by Adolph Cudell and built in 1888, Black Point is a unique late Victorian Queen Anne residence. For generations, it was the summer home of one family until 2005. Now open to the public, with furnishings and decorations virtually intact, the house is a national treasure. This book, written by Anne Celano Frohna, tells the story of the Seipp family and the house at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Copiously illustrated. Details below.
In her first novel, Mary T. Carlson skillfully brings two multi-generational and seemingly disparate stories together by the book's end. One story begins with Cornish immigrants who come to southwestern Wisconsin to work in the lead mines during the early 19th Century. The other story begins with the bombing of England during World War II. Details below.
H.H. Bennett once said, "My energies for near a lifetime have been used almost entirely to win such prominence as I could in outdoor photography." Learn more that prominence in this H.H. Bennett biography by Sara Rath. Details below.