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$19.99 $15.86

Interactive origami toys from world-renowned master . . . Step-by-step instructions for making more than thirty interactive origam...i toys that flap, jump, fly, spin, bang, tumble, turn inside out, peck, snap, rock, and talk. Each design presents an exciting combination of interesting design and innocent delight. Paul Jackson is a professional paper artist and instructor living in Tel Aviv. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. His previous books include The Encyclopedia of Origami and Papercraft; Championship Paper Planes; The Pop-up Book; Origami: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide; and Tricks and Games with Paper. read more

Gibbs Smith
$12.99

150 rustic recipes for your next getaway. Grab your skillet and fire up the coals! Next time you need to feed hungry campers, give... some of this classic cabin cuisine a try. Cream Soda Biscuits, Hootenanny Pancakes, Calico Beans, You Wish It Were Chicken Legs, and Cowgirl Apple-Pie Cake are just a sampling of the lip-smacking cast-iron and Dutch oven dishes you’ll enjoy. Colleen Sloan is the owner of Log Cabin Grub Cookbooks, which includes Log Cabin Grub, Dutch Oven Black Pot Cookin’, and Log Cabin Campfire. She lives in Sandy, Utah. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99 $15.86

Create your own paper menagerie! Origami Zoo contains twenty-five delightful origami animal designs. Kids will love creating such ...critters as koalas, monkeys, butterflies, vultures, and more. Color photos and helpful illustrations make the instructions easy to follow. Origami Zoo comes with 60 sheets of origami paper. Paul Jackson is a professional paper artist and instructor living in Tel Aviv, Israel. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. He is the author of Origami Toys: Paper Toys that Fly, Tumble, and Spin. read more

Gibbs Smith
$24.99 $16.99

For people who are tired of counting calories, carbs, fats, and points . . . . . . This book makes nutrition count instead. Whole ...foods are nutrient-rich foods-those foods that offer a complete balance in nutritional value while in their natural, unrefined, unprocessed state. They are high in antioxidants, phytochemicals, and essential fats and oils, and low in saturated fats and sugar. Whole Foods Diet Cookbook includes chapters to educate the reader, and plenty of delicious menus for every occasion. It provides a three-prong culinary approach to healthy living, weight loss, and disease and illness prevention. Ivy Larson is a certified health fitness instructor. She teaches cooking classes throughout the Palm Beach area and also conducts "Eight-Week Lifestyle Makeover" programs at wellness facilities in south Florida. Andrew Larson, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon with special interests in surgical nutrition. The couple lives in Jupiter, Florida. read more

Gibbs Smith
$14.99

Adirondackers developed a campy regional cuisine that took full advantage of both cultivated and wild foods. These unique recipes ...for the modern palate are inspired by the foods and foodways of the Adirondack. With photographs from The Adirondack Museum and historical notes, you get the full flavor of this regional life. Recipes include Dandelion Salad, Pan-Fried Trout,Rosemary Roasted Carrots, and Maple Ice Cream. Hallie Bond was on the staff of the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, New York, for nearlythirty years and is the author of Boats and Boating in the Adirondacks and A Paradise for Boys and Girls: Children’s Camps in the Adirondacks. She lives in Long Lake, New York. Stephen Topper has worked as a chef in several of the finest restaurants in the Adirondack region. He grew up on a small farm helping to raise food for his family and is currently an avid outdoorsman who takes pride in hunting, fishing, and trapping from the resources available in rural New York. He lives in Glen Falls, New York. read more

Gibbs Smith
$12.99 $8.83

Jazz up your noodles! Everyone loves quick and easy ramen noodles. With a few simple additions from your pantry, you can serve up ...tasty meals in no time! 200 Ramen Noodle Dishes is packed with unique recipes for soups, salads, meat and vegetable dishes, and even includes desserts. Southwest Vegetable Soup, Asian Chicken Salad, Beef Ramenoff, Broccoli and Ramen Noodles, and Choco-Banana Crunch Cakes are just a few of the simple and satisfying recipes that will fill you up in a jiffy. Toni Patrick is the culinary creative behind 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles and four other 101 cookbooks. She has been featured on the Food Network and lives in Walden, Colorado. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99 $13.17

Eighty authentic Italian recipes are sure to indulge everyone at the table with palate-pleasing flavors. Twirl your fork into a pl...ate of spaghetti topped with Pecorino Romano, Black Pepper, and Crisp Garlic; Mediterranean Pesto with Tomatoes; Prawns with Broccoli Florets and Paprika; Tomato Sauce with Goat Cheese and Basil; or Roasted Vegetables with Balsamic Vinegar. Biba Caggiano is an award-winning author of eight cookbooks and the chef/owner of BIBA Restaurant. Her restaurant is the recipient of many awards and recognition from Food Network Canada, Wine Spectator, Conde Nast Traveler, Gourmet Magazine, and Taste of Italia. She lives in Sacramento, California. read more

Gibbs Smith
$21.99 $20.46

Holly Herrick loves France and French cooking. And in this cookbook (her third in The French Cook series), she jumps into bowl aft...er bowl of glorious French soups with inspired abandon and a generous dose of classical technique. Le Cordon Bleu trained chef and former resident of France focuses on the nuances and techniques for expertly layered flavors. Beginning with stocks, she continues with cold soups, classic soups and stews, creamy soups, and consommes in ensuing chapters, each one as delicious as the next. Similar to sauces (Herrick also penned The French Cook: Sauces), soups are the ideal conduit for creating maximum texture and flavor. Only, with soups and stews, the cooking canvas is much broader and there is a precise yet playful emphasis on presentation and garnishes. Whether a sumptuous French Onion Soup topped with croutons and bubbling Gruyere, or a riff on a classic sauce in the creamy, velvety Soup Soubise topped with fried shallots, all you need to know about making perfect French soups is neatly tucked between 128 beautiful pages. read more

Gibbs Smith
$35.00

MaryJane Butters wants YOU to have a cow―that “pet” cow you’ve always dreamed about. You know, that gorgeous beau-vine you’ve seen... grazing outside your “cow”girl kitchen window. Of course, you’ve wondered what it would feel like to bring a bucket of fresh milk into your kitchen and turn it into butter, your own yogurt, sour cream, and artisan cheeses like Manchego and Brie. MaryJane’s fifth book, Milk Cow Kitchen, is one part milk cow how-to, one part cookbook (75 fuss-free, farmstyle recipes, in addition to 15 step-by-step, super simple cheese-making recipes), and three parts play! Beginning each day by milking her Jersey dairy queens―Maizy, Miss Daisy, Sally O’Mally, and Etta Jane, MaryJane’s Creamery supplies milk, Parmesan cheese, and butter to local residents in her hometown of Moscow, Idaho, where she runs her many businesses that include a successful organic farm, product lines, and MaryJanesFarm magazine, now in its thirteenth year. Follow MaryJane’s “milk-her-once-a-day-not-twice” backyard milk cow movement at HeritageJersey.org, where current revisions to her book can also be found. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99

Quick and easy solutions for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. New followers of a plant-based diet are often overwhelmed with the ingr...edients, recipes, and choices of a vegan lifestyle. And, they often miss their favorite dishes from their old way of eating. Donna and Anne have created a cookbook that explains terms and new food items along with taking common comfort foods and quick recipes and making them vegan approved. With more than 100 recipes that include Pineapple Upside-Down Pancakes, Potato Corn Chowder, All-American Meatless Loaf, Mac and Cashew Cheese, and Chocolate Decadence Cheesefake, you are sure to make dining a pleasure. This mother-daughter duo have created their second cookbook together with this title. Check out their blog: www.apronstringsblog.com. Donna Kelly, a dedicated food fanatic and recipe developer, is the author of Quesadillas, French Toast, 200 Appetizers, 101 Things to do with Tofu, and four other cookbooks. She currently lives in Provo, Utah. Anne Tegtmeier’s vegetarian chili recipe from 101 Things to do with Tofu was a finalist on the first season of the Food Network’s Ultimate Recipe Showdown. She lives in Portland, Oregon with her daughter, Lily. read more

Gibbs Smith
$21.99 $13.83

Scrumptious recipes for appetizers, entrees, and desserts From the anatomy of a nut to the history of the almond in world culture,... the cultivation of almond orchards in California, and nutrition provided by a favorite nut, Bryant and Fentress provide a wealth of information about the versatile, high-protein, diet-friendly almond. Try Soba Noodles with Spicy Almond Butter Sauce; Almond-Crusted Pork Chops with Sweet-and-Sour Apricot Glaze; Lamb Tagine with Apricots, Almonds and Honey; Almond Florentine Cookies; Chocolate-Amaretto Torte; Moroccan Rice Pudding; and classic Chocolate-Almond Bark. Barbara Bryant is president of Watermark Foundation. She is the coauthor of The Bryant Family Vineyard Cookbook (Andrews McMeel, 2009). Barbara is also the founder and president of Watermark, Ltd., the publishing producer of The Bryant Family Vineyard Cookbook. Betsy Fentress is a professional writer and editor and avid baker. She is the coauthor of The Bryant Family Vineyard Cookbook. Betsy is the vice-president of Watermark,Ltd. and lives in St. Louis. Lynda Balslev is an award-winning food writer, editor and recipe developer based in the San Francisco Bay area. She writes about food and travel, contributes to NPR’s Kitchen Window, Relish magazine, Marin magazine and authors the blog TasteFood, a compilation of more than 500 original recipes, photos and stories. read more

Gibbs Smith
$9.99 $8.49

Author Toni Patrick has again worked her magic with these humble noodles to create MORE tasty recipes—from breakfast to dessert an...d everything in between. Grab your fork and give these recipes a whirl: Ricotta Frittata, Corn Chowder, Grilled Ramen, Broccoli and Ham Casserole, Pad Thai, Turkey-Pasta Pie, Hot and Sour Ramen, Crab Lo Mein, and Thin Mint on a Stick. Toni Patrick is also the author of 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles, 101 Things to Do with Mac & Cheese, 101 Things to Do with Canned Biscuits, 101 Things to Do with a Blender and 101 Things to Do with Eggs. She lives in Colorado. read more

Gibbs Smith
$12.99 $9.98

A great way to get your journal jive rolling! This hands-on, mess-it-up journal offers creative tips and prompts to get boys drawi...ng, sketching, doodling, and more. It shows how to use all kinds of materials from pens, stickers, crayons, markers, and oil pastels to gel pens, glitter, Wite-Out, collage, found art, Xeroxes, photographs, and more. Dawn DeVries Sokol is the best-selling author of Doodle Diary: Art Journaling for Girls and 1,000 Artist Journal Pages. She teaches art journaling classes and blogs at dblogala.com. read more

Gibbs Smith
$12.99 $11.05

Simple Recipes for Beginners For the young cook or the beginning homemaker, this recipe collection will foster confidence while bu...ilding a repertoire of tasty main dishes and treats made from scratch. User-friendly, non-intimidating illustrations plus written directions guide the cook through the recipes step by step. For extra fun or to identify dishes mastered, the cook (or cook’s assistant) can color the pages to make this a personal favorite cookbook. Execute a perfect Mexican Omelette, stir together a One-Pot Sausage Casserole, toss a Rainbow Coleslaw, stir-fry a pan of Sweet and Savory Kale, bake a batch of Cranberry and Cinnamon Cookies, or whip up a delicious Banofee Pie. Here is a great collection of fresh recipes for learning to cook at home. Rachel Lewis is an illustrator and graphic designer, currently living in London. She has created work for clients as diverse as the Royal Thames Yacht Club and Cleo Magazine in Australia, as well as working as a full-time graphic designer. Inspired by an active and daring life, food, music, urban living, and trying everything once, her work has a fun, vibrant, and handmade quality. read more

Gibbs Smith
$30.00

Enjoy the allure of the best of the Crescent City’s art and cuisine. New Orleans’ distinctive cuisine derives from a world of infl...uences―French, Spanish, Italian, African, Native American, Cajun, and a hint of Cuban―but its local ingredients produce an easily recognizable Louisiana flavor. Featured chefs include Adolfo Garcia from RioMar and La Boca, Bob Iacaovone from Cuvee, Brian Landry from Galatoire’s Restaurant, Carmello Truillo from La Divina, Chuck Subra from La Côte Brasserie, Corbin Evans from Savvy Gourmet, Donald Link from Herbsaint and Cochon, Emanuelle Loubier from Dante’s Kitchen, Greg Picolo from The Bistro at The Maison de Ville, and Jack Leonardi from Jacque-Imo’s. Stacey Meyer, a native of New Orleans, comes from a French-Italian family that loves to cook, entertain and talk about food. After attending The Culinary Institute of America, Stacey spent six years working in restaurants honing her cooking skills. Troy Gilbert is a freelance journalist and fiction writer who lives in New Orleans. read more

Gibbs Smith
$12.99

The food, along with some recipe histories and tidbits of ranch-lore, make this cookbook a must have! Next time you need to rustle... up some dinner, crack open this cookbook and get cookin’. This collection of hunger-bustin’ recipes comes from the kitchens of cattlewomen all over the country. From breakfasts, to hearty stews, to tasty sides, to main dishes, recipes such as Sourdough Hotcakes, Good Brown Stew, Bull Sale Beans, Creamy Crockpot Steak, and Cowboy Cookies are great for feeding hardworking folks. Amber Johns grew up on cattle ranches in Colorado, Oregon, and Nevada, and is a member of the Elko County CattleWomen. She teaches kindergarten and lives in Nevada with her husband and children. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99 $14.49

For the Jane Austen enthusiast, or quite simply all the “Janeites” out there, So Jane will help them bring all things Austen into ...their homes, be it decorating, gift giving, or entertaining. With 30 craft ideas and 30 recipes organized into six chapters bearing the titles of Jane Austen’s novels, enthusiasts can enjoy breakfast in Bath, via Northanger Abbey by creating Decorative Egg Cozies to keep their Soft-Boiled Eggs warm, or serve Honey-Lemon Teaspoons with Rose Petal Tea at the Middleton’s of Sense and Sensibility. Enjoy a picnic that Emma would love to have shared with Mr. Knightly, or create an I Heart Mr. Darcy Pillow that all Elizabeth Bennett wannabes would love to cuddle up with. Hollie Keith has had a passion for crafting beautiful things and reading classic literature since she was a child. She has worked as an editor for more than ten years and is editor-in-chief of LittleMissMarmalade.com, a blog dedicated to crafts, DIY, and surface pattern design. She lives with her family near Salt Lake City, Utah. read more

Gibbs Smith
$12.99

Discover the perfect gift for your Best Friend Forever! How much do best friends really know about each other? The BFF Journal hel...ps girls learn more about their best friend forever (BFF) while sharing their own thoughts and feelings on everything from the latest fashion or the cutest boy in school to their favorite chick flick! Part scrapbook and part journal, this fun activity book is flled with hours of entertainment, and it can also become a keepsake to help girls remember their favorite childhood pastimes for years to come. More than a boring old journal where writing ideas can be elusive, The BFF Journal is filled with colorful prompts, quizzes, and activities that provide girls hours of writing inspiration. Activities & Prompts Include: How would you describe your BFF's personality? Devise a secret greeting Take turns giving each other a makeover. Take a picture or tell about it here. Sister-Friends: Friends come and go, but sisters are forever. Write all about yours and what you love about her most. Ghost Writer: Write a scary story to tell at your next sleepover. Best friends share everything, and now they can share this journal. Girls can share their thoughts on one page and have their BFF express her thoughts on the other. Fun to trade and give as a gift, this little journal will keep girls dreaming, doodling, and imagining together! Anita Wood and Jennifer Kalis are coauthors of Pocketdoodles for Girls. Anita lives in northern Utah. Jennifer lives near Columbus, Ohio. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99 $18.68

What do you do with a 'gator after you catch it? EIizabeth Choate, from the History Channel's popular "Swamp People," has a few de...licious ideas. And if you're not the adventurous type (think nutria, not to mention other types of swamp game of Louisiana), you'll love her takes on venison, duck and Cajun classics like shrimp, jambalaya, crawfish and gumbo, as well as downhome staples like fried pork chops, potato salad and 7-Up cake. With 100 recipes, the Queen has something for all her fans. ELIZABETH CHOATE hunts alligators in "Swamp People," which airs on The History Channel. She lives in Pecan Island, Louisiana. read more

Gibbs Smith
$9.99 $6.79

Get your doodle on! Anita Wood gets girls doodling as only a girl can—about boys, clothes, sleepovers, friends, road trips, dreams..., and more! Inside Pocketdoodles for Girls are interactive picture and word prompts that will encourage youngsters (and adults) to write, doodle, draw, and color on the pages. While waiting for the bus to school or for a friend to call, little hands can't help but doodle. With Pocketdoodles for Girls those random scribbles become works of art, and any boring moment can inspire a dream. With more than 250 pages of doodling and writing prompts, girls are guided through a fun world where only girls are allowed. The book's small size (4x6 inches) makes it perfect for stowing in a pocket or backpack, so girls can enjoy the activities and doodling prompts wherever they go! Doodling Prompts include: What are your top five favorite movies? What will you wear? A secret admirer just sent you a bouquet of flowers. Arrange them in this vase. Where do you go and who do you go with? If you could have any animal in the world as a pet, what would it be? Plan a dream getaway with your friends. Anita Wood is a collector of everything and crafter of anything. She lives in a cozy little house in northern Utah with her daughter and two cats but prefers to live in her imagination most of the time. read more

Gibbs Smith
$14.99

From bestselling children's cookbook author Barbara Beery comes a delightful new cookbook created just for aspiring sprites, elves..., gnomes and nymphs! Fairies Cookbook brings a bit of fantasy and magic to everyday snacks and treats, while teaching valuable cooking skills and encouraging kids to develop a love for creating their own food. Fairies Cookbook transforms everyday fare into mystical treats for birthday parties, sleepovers, and special occasions-and these recipes are easy enough to use everyday! Fairies Cookbook offers recipes such as Cookie Fairie Masks, Fairie Fruit Wands, Sugar Cone Fairie Hats, Fruity Fairie Castles, Raindrop Punch, and many more. Children's cooking expert Beery also includes dozens of tips and ideas for creating a variety of enchanting fairie-themed parties. Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/16/2007Pages: 64 read more

Gibbs Smith
$15.99 $13.59

Family-fun foods for the campground or the backyard fire pit. If you think cooking over an open fire is only good for slightly bur...ned hotdogs and s’mores, Vanessa Bante wants you to think again. With one or a few fun-to-use tools―pie irons, foil, Tarts on Fire, sweet sticks or simply a dowel―you can make family-friendly dishes over a backyard fire pit or at the campground. With 75 scrumptious recipes like Apple & Cheese Quesadillas, Spaghetti Pie Iron Sandwiches, Maple Chicken with Sweet Potatoes in foil, Pretzel Sticks with Beer Cheese Sauce, Blueberry and Chocolate Iron Sandwich, and Lemon Mousse in Phyllo Cups will satisfy every appetite. Vanessa Bante’s experience with the food and hospitality industry began at age 15, when she started work in a pizza shop, and grew into a career in culinary and pastry arts. She attended the Pittsburgh Culinary Institute and lives in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99

You’ll go nutty for these treats! Whether you like creamy or crunchy, there’s no denying that peanut butter ranks close to the top... as a pantry staple. And what better way to enjoy it than by using it to create and share sweet treats! From smoothies, cookies, pies, and cakes to candies, dips, sauces, and toppings, the 70 recipes in this book are chosen winners. No matter how you spread it, Peanut Butter Sweets is a must for the peanut-butter lover’s bookshelf. Pamela Bennett grew up in Durham, North Carolina, and graduated from Crofts College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is the author of Jams & Jellies in Less Than 30 Minutes. She lives in Provo, Utah. read more

Gibbs Smith
$9.99

The popular Pocketdoodles series lets imaginations run wild with fun drawing prompts for all ages and occasions in a portable size.... Now the Christmas edition captures the excitement of the holiday on paper, with an advent calendar and holiday prompts from A Christmas Carol, The Nutcracker, classic Christmas carols and much more. ANITA WOOD is the author of seven other Pocketdoodle books plus Doodle Your Day and Fashion Doodles. She lives in northern Utah. KEV BROCKSCHMlDT illustrated Texas Doodles and City Doodles San Francisco. He lives in Renton, Washington. read more

Gibbs Smith
$9.99

Explore the rugged beauty of Canada’s varied landscape as you travel on highways, in trains and planes, and even floating in batht...ubs. Enjoy a plate of poutine and other tasty treats, admire the world’s biggest tomahawk, and take in a hockey game. Megan Radford is a writer and all-around bookish gal from Vancouver, BC. When she isn’t thinking about stories or burying her nose in a book, she can be found hiking, traveling, or exploring. Peter Cook has been drawing cartoons, illustrations, and other creative projects professionally since 1986. He has illustrated and/or co-authored nine books. He’s a principal at the creative design firm Doodletronics. He lives in Toronto. read more

Gibbs Smith
$18.99 $15.97

Spotlight on a way of life in the Pacific Northwest. John Nelson’s stories of growing up on the docks and his practical techniques... for preparing and cooking a variety of seafood in Pacific Northwest style makes this more than a recipe book. It is a snapshot of the fishing culture that resides alongside the docks of Oregon and Washington. Nelson’s thorough yet personable instruction makes it so even the most timid cook will feel at ease creating delectable seafood dishes, the most experienced of cooks will feel challenged, and every guest completely satisfied. With recipes reflecting kitchens from Scandinavia, Asia, Germany, South America and more, Dig • Shuck • Shake captures a distinctive style of authentic Pacific Northwest cooking. John Nelson grew up in the Pacific Northwest among relatives who worked in the commercial fishing industry. He is a Northwestern food and beverage professional and personality. He worked as head chef in four of his own restaurants until 2005. He has been an executive chef/instructor at the Cascade Culinary Institute and is a restaurant consultant. He currently works with a 125-year-old seafood retailer and lives in Eugene, Oregon. read more

Gibbs Smith
$19.99 $16.99

Brighten your plate and color your palate with blissful berries. Berries have long held a well-deserved reputation as choice ingre...dients for delicious and colorful jams, pies, muffins, smoothies, and cobblers. But this tiny, flavorful fruit can go so much further! With drinks and dishes such as Raspberry-Lime Sparklers, Warm Brie with Blueberry Mango Salsa, Boysenberry-Ginger Glazed Salmon, Huckleberry Buckle, and Blueberry Cheesecake Fudge, this cookbook makes berries the theme of every course. Pick up this beautifully photographed cookbook to find recipes featuring tart cranberries, sweet strawberries, tender blueberries, and more. Eliza Cross is an award-winning writer and the author of several books, including Pumpkin It Up!, 101 Things to Do with Bacon, and 101 Things to Do with a Pickle. She develops recipes and styles cuisine for corporate and print media and blogs about food, gardening, and sustainable living at happysimpleliving.com. read more

Gibbs Smith
$30.00

With more than 25 pop-ups, pull tabs, and moveable parts, as well as 75 full-color illustrations and a 12-second sound chip, NASCA...R Pop-Up is THE ultimate interactive guide to the sport. Interior pop-up spreads include: • History of the race car and NASCAR • Infield, complete with a tailgate party and souvenir haulers • Track designs • Team garage, inspection station, and team hauler • State-of-the-art car design • Car safety features and driver safety gear • Eight NASCAR flags with explanations • A simulated crash in close-up view • War wagon with tool drawers that open • Pit crew job descriptions • Explanation of NASCAR scoring • Finish Line and Victory Lane Sally Blakemore of Arty Projects Studio, Ltd., has created and produced pop-up books for 15 years. She lives in Santa Fe. Doug Chezem of ACME Pixel has produced digital art for more than 50 large corporations such as IBM, Hasbro, LEGO, FOX Sports, Newsweek, and X-Box. A high-speed pop-up guide to the world of NASCAR read more

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