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Keep Chickens! by Barbara Kilarski

Best audience for Keep Chickens!: Folks either new to keeping chickens in the city or those who are entertaining the thought, kids and adults who want to keep chickens as pets and egg-producers Candace said: As one new to keeping chickens…

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Poultry Breeds by Carol Ekarius

Best audience for Poultry Breeds: Hen-keepers, homesteaders, and Poultry Fanciers of all ages and experience levels as well as any other folk who want to get to know a little about the various kinds of Chickens, Ducks, Geese, and Turkeys…

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The Tailor’s Grace by Susan Collis

Best audience for The Tailor's Grace: Folks looking for a historical-fiction novel with a mild herbal bent-lovers of period works that include plants and herbal practices as minor characters to the story. Candace said: When Olympia Publishers asked us to review The…

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Body into Balance by Maria Noël Groves

Best audience for Body into Balance: An Herbal Guide to Holistic Self-Care: Beginning to Moderate Herbalists, especially those who want to connect the basics of how each body system works with their herbal choices. Candace said: If you haven't taken a…

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Radical Mycology by Peter McCoy

Best audience for Radical Mycology: Folks who are serious about mycology: Moderate beginners who aren't afraid of a lot of information all at once to Pros after a more broad perspective or ideas for new dimensions of study, experience, and exploration.…

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