New at the Library

By Jessica Bowman, MLIS, MA, Adult Services Manager, Latah County Library District

Harvest: Unexpected Projects Using 47 Extraordinary Garden Plants

by Stefani Bittner and Alethea Harampolis

"Harvest achieves the nearly impossible balance of being aspirational yet totally achievable, tempting me with all the goodness that I can create from even the most common plants (including parts of them I never before thought to use). The projects are fresh and unfussy—from bath time to booze time, salads to salves."
—Johanna Silver, Garden Editor of Sunset magazine and author of The Bold Dry Garden



Feeding the Whole Family: Cooking with Whole Foods: More than 200 Recipes for Feeding Babies, Young Children, and Their Parents

by Cynthia Lair

“Those interested in cooking healthy food for their family and trying new and perhaps unusual recipes…will want this in their cookbook collection.” 

—Library Journal 


Floret Farm's Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Stunning Seasonal Blooms Hardcover – March 7, 2017

by Erin Benzakein and Julie Chai, photographs by Michele M. Waite

"Do you love flowers? You're about to love them even more. Erin Benzakein's gorgeous new book, Floret Farm's Cut Flower Garden, is equal parts inspiration and education. The photos will send you straight to the garden, eager to dig in and get growing. And Erin's clear, concise advice will help you do it well. She has succeeded in conveying the utter joy of growing flowers." —Lynn Byczynski, author of The Flower Farmer