In ancient times copper was known as a useful metal, and down through the ages it not only held its own but increased in usefulness. Among its valuable properties may be mentioned toughness and ductility; its toughness enables it to be beaten into thin strong sheets, while its ductility enables it to be drawn out Read More »
The author of this book asks a good question – why do all the great painters we study have to be men? Answer – they don’t! There is room in the garden of art for flowers of every kind and for butterflies and birds of every species; and why should anyone complain because a daisy is Read More »
Why do boys get to have all the fun? On The Trail is a book about forestry and survival that is just for girls! Great illustrations show how to make shelters, track animals, read the constellations, and much more. Download On The Trail from archive.org.
What is not to like about that book title? From a series of books called The Rural Text-Book Series, The Book Of Cheese is a manual and a history of cheese-making. The book is written for older students and adults, so it would work great for a high school course or a project on homesteading. Read More »
Poor and rich, gardeners are akin and form the truest brotherhood of all. Your garden—it does not matter what it measures, whether 20 x 20 or 200 x 200—it is always your playground. You grow the things because you love them, because you know you are fulfilling the Lord’s command to be useful, because you produce something to Read More »