Sisters Share It All: Library Books

Tuesday, September 4, 2012



My sisters and I have decided to begin a new series called Sisters Share It All, where we each pick a topic and all write about it.  As a part of the new series,  Janssen chose library books.  This is a list of what I have checked out from the library this week, organized by topic. Hmmm boy, I love the library!

3 cookbooks:
-- Cook 1.0 by Heidi Swanson.
-- The Vegetarian Family Cookbook by Nava Atlas
-- Vegetarian Cooking by Jeanne Lemlin

A few novels
-- I've got your number by Sophia Kinsella
-- Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale

A biography:
-- Julie Andrews by Richard Stirling
-- Edith Head by David Chierichetti

A fashion book or two:
-- How To Have Style by Isaac Mizrahi
-- Couture Culture by Nancy J. Troy
-- Gunn's Golden Rules: Life's little lessons for making it work  by Tim Gunn
-- The Gospel According to Coco Chanel by Karen Karbo

Several sewing books:
-- Vogue Sewing 
-- Patternmaking for a perfect fit by Steffani Lincecum
-- The Art of Manipulating Fabric by Collette Wolff




Check out Merrick and Janssen's library books.


         


What library books are on your shelf this week? Feel free to link up if you write a post about your library books!

2 comments

  1. I have the Vegetarian Cooking by Jeanne Lemlin and I really like it. I have made some of the quiches, the stuffed baked potatoes with spinach and feta cheese, the baked vegetable couscous, the baked orzo, broccoli, and cheese, and the baked Mexican-style rice and beans. This is by far one of the most accessible vegetarian cookbooks I have come across. Now that I am looking at it, I need to peruse it some more!

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  2. Hi, I popped over from Merrick's blog. Will have to add the "Patternmaking" book to my sewing book library. Thanks.

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