1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 25 30 40 50 75 100 Children everywhere will welcome this new edition of a classic activity book - as will their teachers and parents (especially those seeking to simplify). A "best of" compilation of two volumes, it is a unique, affordable, and child-sized handbook that doesn't talk down to anyone. In fact, it is mostly pictures drawn in a simple and elegant style clear enough for anyone to follow, whether or not they read (though some projects, like paper making or batik, ask for adult supervision). Thirty years later, . . .
More about Build Your Own Earth Oven: purchase This brand new, completely re-written edition features: revised text: updated, expanded, and completely re-organized so as to simplify the making of a super-insulated design that holds heat longer and burns less fuel; as well as a simplified, 4-step recipe for making really good (wholegrain) sourdough bread - written by Hannah Field, a former professional baker who has worked in wood fired and organic bakeries on both sides of the Atlantic (also the author's wife). Also: a foreword by Alan Scott, grandfather of wood-fired ovens . . .