Storey's Curious Compendium of Practical and Obscure Skills: 214 Things You Can Actually Learn How to Do
How-To Experts at Storey Publishing (Author)
DescriptionHave you ever wondered how to capture a swarm of bees? Predict the weather by the clouds? And just how do you darn a pair of socks, anyway? Anyone curious about the myriad ways people have taught themselves to make, grow, and build things will find everything they've ever wondered about in this colorful, inviting volume. With dozens of useful and intriguing visual tutorials selected from Storey's extensive library of how-to books, you can learn how to carve a turkey, create a butterfly garden, set up a dog agility course, keep a nature sketchbook, navigate by the stars, and more. Whether you plan to "do it yourself" or just love reading about how things are done, this rich compendium will educate, fascinate, spark conversation, and inspire new hobbies and experiences.
September 15, 2020
9.7 X 11.8 X 1.1 inches | 3.35 pounds
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Storey Publishing, located in North Adams, Massachusetts, specializes in books on natural health and wellness, farming, sustainability, food, gardening, crafts, nature, and children's activities.