FAMILY, LIVING with kids | September 5, 2011

A Last Taste of Summer

These two books caught my eye last week at Indigo. I guess that I am sad that summer is coming to an end. But there are still a few nice days left and Halloween to produce the playtime projects of Meg McElwee, where she explores indoor and outdoor activities. She will show you how to sew your own dolls, a cape, a satchel, and a tent. Growing Up Sew Liberated showcases 18 projects in total. Other sections are Homemaking and Cooking, Bedtime and basic Clothing.

Anne Bell demonstrates how you can cook tasty meals outdoor, whether you are at the park or stay at a campground. The Camping Cookbook contains 95 recipes that can be made with one-ring burner, or a Dutch oven on a tripod.

Finally, their S’mores Kit is only available at their stores. It would made a wonderful last-minute gift if you get invited to a picnic or a weekend at the cottage.

SOURCING:
For Canadians:
+ The Camping Cookbook $12.88 CAD online at Indigo
+ Growing Up Sew Liberated $16.46 CAD online at Indigo

For Americans:
+ The Camping Cookbook $11.53 USD at Amazon.com [affiliate link]
+ Growing Up Sew Liberated $16.47 USD at Amazon.com

 

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One Response to “A Last Taste of Summer”

  1. Thank you SO MUCH for posting these lovely books! I just spend a couple of HOURS browsing the websites for them and am so inspired!