Saturday, April 14, 2012

eBooks For Homesteaders & Preparers

My new Saturday topic is now a list of books I have discovered for your kindle. If you aren't a Kindle owner, you may want to download the Free Kindle Reading Apps from Amazon, that makes it possible for you to read Kindle books on your computer. My list today is eBooks for the homesteader, prepper or just someone who likes to be independent and ready if an emergency situation arises. You know how much I like that topic!

Prep School: Cooking Without Electricity - This eBook is written by Ash Bauer and is a short topic book put together by the Prep School. They have other topics as well, or will soon. This book focuses on how to cook if there is a power outage, and how to do it safely.

Poverty Prepping: How to Stock up For Tomorrow When You Can't Afford To Eat Today - What a great idea for a book! So many people contact me with this very question. This eBook is written by fellow homesteader, Sue Gregersen, who not only writes books on prepping and homesteading, but actually lives it!

Emergency Food Storage - A Primer On Long Term Food Storage And Emergency Preparedness - This eBook is written by Byrant Jones. From the reasons why you may need to prepare, to how to store your supplies, or what items to store to barter with others, including an introduction to seeds, and which ones to store, he gives a lot of important preparedness information.

 Growing Root Vegetables At Home: A guide on how to grow amazingly tasty potatoes, carrots, beetroots, parsnips, swedes and turnips - Written by Oliver Ramsey, this eBook is a guide to growing potatoes, carrots, beets, parsnips, swedes and turnips. Root vegetables are an essential vegetable to grow because it can be stored for a long period. Fill your root cellar with roots and you will eat all winter and early spring!

Coconut Cures: Preventing and Treating Common Health Problems with Coconut - This eBook written by Bruce Fife, is so good, and full of information that most people may not have any idea about. I had this book in paper form and I loved it. Learn how good coconut is for your health! Learn how it can prevent diseases and cure many other health issues.

 Crochet Rag Rugs Household Pattern Collection (How to Make a Rag Rug) - This eBook is written by Sarah Holmes and is very valuable information for a preparer or homesteader. Knowing how to make rag rugs in times when you need them or can barter them with others is an excellent idea! This eBook is a bit pricey at $14.97, but it is a pattern book and that alone, makes it worth every penny.

Basic Soap Making: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started (How To Basics) - Soap making is essential for most homesteaders, and it is a good thing to know how to do. This eBook will get you started if you have not done it yet.

Oral Health, Naturally: Homemade Toothpaste and Mouthwash Recipes - This eBook is essential for knowing how to make toothpaste and mouthwash. Written by Kirsten Anderberg who has been a vaudevillian performer for over 30 years, and writes about natural health, poverty and other interesting topics.

Unplugged - Written by Hillary Bergeon, this eBook is the author's memoir of surviving her move to building an off-the-grid home in the Appalachian Mountains.

Living on an Acre, 2nd: A Practical Guide to the Self-Reliant Life - If you are wanting to move to your own homestead, then this eBook is for you! This is the classic  USDA book on self-reliant living, completely revised and  updated.

I hope you find some you like. If you buy any eBooks at Amazon and think they would be good for homesteaders or for being self-sufficient or prepping, please comment with the name of the book and author, so I can add it here next week. If you are an author and would like me to review your eBook, contact me!

Copyright © 2012 Kathleen G. Lupole
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