Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Woman Among Warlords by Malalai Joya (41)

What a book of bravery, courage, and hope for women of Kabul and everywhere! Stories like this are so wonderful and inspiring, especially in these difficult Afganistanian times. Malalai Joya has continuously criticized the oppressive parts of Kabul. She spoke … Continue reading

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City Gardens by Liz Primeau (40)

This is a great book about how to create an urban garden anywhere. Liz makes it easy for us to transport any city space into a private oasis of peace, tranquility, and beauty. It is an art to convert a … Continue reading

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Creating a Garden: Designs for Every Kind of Garden from Country Settings to Urban Spaces (39)

This is one of Liz Primeau’s most concise book on creating a garden.  It is bold, colorful and inspiring. In the book, she takes the reader through the 7 steps of setting up a garden. To start a successful garden, … Continue reading

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Vegetable Gardening: How to Grow and Enjoy the Best of Sumer’s Bounty (38)

Who would not want to grow their own veggies in the privacy of their own gardens? However, many, if not most of us, are very unsuccessful in creating a garden that will yield a fair amount of vegetables. In this … Continue reading

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Ragged Company (37)

I saw this Canadian author interviewed on the CTV-Kitchener New at noon.  The author was so honest and open about his past and how he also struggled as a homeless person and how this was the inspiration for his book. … Continue reading

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