The book’s tried-and-true instructions provide do-it-yourself solutions to a ton of problems that could cost a fortune if you had to hire a professional. This manual is a “must-have” reference guide for every home-owning man or woman.
Speed Reading: 17 Powerful Speed Reading Techniques to Increase Your Reading Speed
Students, business persons or anyone who needs to read a lot of material quickly will enjoy Speed Reading. In just 20 minutes – about the time it would take an average reader to skim through the book – you can gain the tools needed to dramatically increase your reading speed. Not only that, you can learn basic principles for increasing your ability to comprehend and retain the material that you read. Common wisdom has it that speed reading misses the point of reading, and that it takes the fun out of reading. Speed reading explains how reading more quickly and more efficiently can actually make reading for pleasure even more fun than before.
Written by renewable energy experts, this hands-on resource provides the technical information and easy-to-follow instructions you need to harness the wind and generate clean, safe, and reliable energy for on-site use.
Build Your Own Small Wind Power System shows you how to install a grid-connected or off-grid residential-scale setup.
With 142 different stitches, from the basic stockinette to openwork embroidery, aplus a variety of beautiful knitting projects, this comprehensive guide is the knitter's bible. It offers a virtual treasure chest of possibilities, all illustrated with diagrams and explained in easy-to-follow detail: classics such as the seaside chain, rung ladder, diamond, and staggered squares; dozens of cross-stitch variations; several kinds of slip stitches; two-color stitches, including creative reliefs and daisy patterns; jacquard; and more. Beginners can use the directions to learn the fundamentals and master this popular craft
Cooking Up U.S. History: Recipes and Research to Share with Children
The second edition of this popular book contains loads of recipes, readings, and resources. Students will delight in preparing their own porridge and pudding; making candles, soap, and ink; or trying out the pioneers' recipe for sourdough biscuits as they explore different periods in U.S. history. An ideal supplement for social studies classes and homeschoolers.
The patterns are designed to fit dolls sized from 17 to 24 inches and there are simple guidelines on how to adapt the patterns to fit any size of doll.
The general dressmaking instructions for making the garments are collected together at the start of the book with clear diagrams illustrating the stitches and techniques used. Each outfit is described step-by-step and there are also instructions for making all the accessories for each of the characters, including hats and shoes, and a full set of underwear.