Counting in the Garden by Kim Parker
Counting in the Garden by Kim Parker.
Counting has never been such a feast for the eyes. Searching for dreamlike insects and animals in a gorgeous garden makes learning numbers fun. In this book, textile designer Kim Parker's vivid palette brings the beauty of nature to life. Illustrated by Kim Parker.
32 pages. 11.5 " x 7.75". Hardcover. Shown with pieces from the Counting in the Garden Teaset.
Healthy Teas by Tammy Safi
Healthy Teas by Tammy Safi. With Healthy Teas you'll discover delicious, simple, and natural ways to enhance your health and vitality. Inside are more than 80 recipes using everything from unfermented green teas and fermented black teas to herbal and fruit infusions. Discover springtime tonics that fight allergies, immune system-boosting teas, teas that detoxify and cleanse, and simple morning pick-me-ups - or create your own relaxing teas for stress relief and calming sleep.
8 1/2" x 9 3/4", 112 pages, hardcover.
TEA WISDOM by Aaron Fisher - Inspirational quotes and quips about the world's most celebrated beverage. This engaging collection of quotes-from the ancient knowledge of the Eastern masters to the quips of the brightest Western minds-will give you much to ponder as you sit before a steaming cup of your favorite tea. Many photographs. 6" x 6", 240 pages, softcover.
The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo
The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo. A Tuttle Classic Edition. First published in 1906. The Book of Tea masterfully blends a history of tea and the Japanese ceremony with descriptions of Taoism and Zen, flower arranging, architecture and art appreciation. The result is an eloquent treatise of tea and the aesthetics of Japan. Chapter titles include: the cup of humanity, the schools of tea, Taoism and Zennism, the tea-room, art appreciation, flowers and tea-masters. 4 3/4" x 7 1/2", 133 pages, hardcover inside hardcover slip case.
TEA The Drink That Changed the World
TEA The Drink That Changed the World by Laura C. Martin. It's been used as a medicine and a meditation tool; as money and as a motivation for war. How has this simple beverage made such a profound impact on our world...whether we drink it or not? This book offers us fascinating and unexpected answers. By exploring and explaining the spread of tea throughout Asia and the world, TEA illuminates its intricate compelling history. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4", 247 pages, hardcover.
The Ancient Art of Tea
The ANCIENT ART of TEA by Warren Peltier - Wisdom from the old Chinese tea masters. Fine tea leaves and elegant utensils are only two of the elements to enjoy a fine cup of tea. This book contains vital information to assist tea drinkers in their quest for the perfect cup of tea. Chapter titles include: the art of tea, water for tea, preparing fire for tea, the taste of tea, tea etiquette and refinement in tea. 6 1/4" x 6 1/4", 160 pages, hardcover.
500 of the Most Important Health Tips
500 of the Most Important Health Tips You'll Ever Need. An A-Z of alternative health hints to help over 250 conditions. Includes thousands of little-known facts, plus remedies, dietary advice, and helpful hints on how to prevent, heal, and where to find more help for over 250 ailments. Discover which supplements and super foods, such as pomegranates and tomatoes, can promote weight loss and help prevent heart disease, cancer, and high blood pressure. By Hazel Courteney. 432 pages. 6" x 9". Softcover.
by Hattie Ellis - A good primer on tea, including the history, kinds of tea, the growing regions, and traditions. Many photographs. 64 pages, hardcover.
Where's Petunia? by Ellen Jean Diederich
Where's Petunia by Ellen Jean Diederich.
The cats, Art and Petunia, beckon readers to share a game of hide and seek among the flowerbeds and animal pens. For a cat playing hide and seek, where is the best place to hide? Find out as you learn the names of beautiful flowers along with an appreciation of a garden's enchantment. Discover the animals that Ellen Jean Diederich has woven into the flowerbeds. In the back of the book is a photo guide to help readers identify flowers. Illustrated by Ellen Jean Diederich.
32 pages. 9 " x 11.5". Hardcover.
It's Fun To Be A Grandma
It's Fun to Be a Grandma by Becky Freeman Johnson. A grandma is to be revered and celebrated. And beloved author Becky Freeman Johnson does just that with stories from her life as a granddaughter and grandmother. With warmth, insight, and her trademark humor, Becky lifts up these special women in her life. Grandmothers and those looking for the perfect way to honor their grandma will treasure this book. 111 pages. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". Hardcover.
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by Hattie Ellis - The history of coffee and good basic information to help everyone understand the coffee trade. Many beautiful photographs. 64 pages, hardcover.
The Book of Coffee and Tea
A comprehensive guide to both coffee and tea from farming through enjoying. This book was last updated in 1995, so some of the information regarding countries and governmental agencies is somewhat out of date (ie: the US Tea Board no longer exists), but the information on teas and coffees is excellent. Pen and ink illustrations only. 314 pages, softcover.
Entertain your guests with a full evening of lively game questions and shared cooking and serving duties. The "Convivium" experience is divided in 3 game sessions followed by the duties assignments for 3 courses of an enjoyable ethnic meal. Easy to prepare recipes are included. Comes with a mexican meal preparation guide & shopping list. Other menus available at the Convivium website.