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Old 07-17-2009, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default Adding new book threads

If you have a book that you'd like to share or discuss, please add it to the WG bookshelf by creating a new thread here in Book Discussions.

Threads are named for their book: "Book Title (Author)"

Not sure what to say? Start with an Amazon link (http://www.amazon.com), and perhaps a quote-and-link to an existing review; if you have time, tell us more. Whether a little or a lot, we'd love to hear about the book and your opinions.

Here are some ideas:
  • What is the book about?
  • What type of book is this?
    • Field guide, how-to manual, discussion...?
  • What subjects do the chapters cover?
  • What did you agree or disagree with?
  • What did you think was interesting?
  • What other books does this remind you of?
    • Note: if you know of several good books on a topic, please guide others to them by opening a BookList thread too.
  • Have you read any other books by this author?
  • Was this book valuable or helpful to you in any way?
  • On a 0-5 scale, what rating would you give this book?
  • Is this book worth buying, or checking out from the library?
  • Who would this book primarily appeal to?
    • Vegetable gardeners, amateur naturalists, hikers, environmentalists....?
Good luck! Thanks for posting.

If you have questions, please email me by clicking on my username.

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