Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Love getting boxes of goodies from Book Outlet.....

Picked up another box of goodies today and for me I got these:
I'll post each book and a link to Amazon for you.  I did miss one book as I put it aside and forgot to photograph it.

It is "Never Too Late; Take Control of Your Retirement and Your Future," by Gail Vaz-Oxlade,  she is a really good Canadian author who specializes in money issues.

The Town that Food Saved by Ben Hewitt

"Vegan on the Cheap," by Robin Robertson, not going vegan but wanted more meat free ideas

"The Gnome Project," by Jessica Peill-Meininghaus, saw this a while back in the States and decided I would like to own it at some point.

"The Final Frontiersman," by James Campbell

"Canning and Preserving," by Kim Pezza

"Confessions of a Counterfeit Farm Girl," by Susan McCorkindale

"High Tea," by Sandra Harper, the only fiction book I ordered for me this time.

"The Hatfields and The McCoys," by Bruce Wexler, so the tv mini-series a while back and loved it.  Already looked through at the photos in the book, looks really good.

For the kids I got the following:

Book Outlet is an online and physical store for Canadians and Americans.  Great service and great prices.  I have ordered from them a few times.  This is not a sponsored post.


Jennifer A. Jilks said...

You best get reading!!!!

Anna of the Mutton Years said...

We have something similar call the Book People. They leave samples in offices and staff order copies. They are then delivered to the office.

William Kendall said...

Quite a selection! There's another book on the Hatfields and McCoys that I read, from a descendant of one of the families.

Betsy said...

Wow! That would take me at least all summer to plow through! Great titles though.

Jackie said...

You sure got a good assortment of books. I need to check out Book Outlet, perhaps I can find a few craft books (not that I really need anymore).

God bless.

Denise inVA said...

Nice selection of books. I seem to be eating more and more vegetarian meals these days.