Stop in and ask to see them if they aren’t out. We don’t put them on display every day due to weather. The ones we do have on display are dog-eared and sun faded. You are free to read through them while you are here. And we have beautiful fresh copies inside for your purchase. A great accompaniment to a gift certificate or addition to your library.
Peterson Guide to Bird Identification―in 12 Steps – Great for beginners and young families.
Lehigh Gorge Trail Guide – Trails Less Travelled from White Haven to the Lehigh Gap – Full of great hikes to take locally. The guide lists the difficulty level and length of each hike, with great descriptions of the terrain and what you will see.
Native Plants of the Northeast: A Guide for Gardening and Conservation— We love this book as a general reference for most species. It lists their cultural needs, their size and habit and has great photographs.
Deer-Resistant Native Plants for the Northeast — If you have deer, you need this guide! (Now, if only the deer would read it…. but it is a good starting point. )
The Life Cycles of Butterflies (From Egg to Maturity, a Visual Guide to 23 Common Garden Butterflies) – We fell in love with this book as soon as we saw it. Beautiful pictures, easy to use. Great for kids and adults. Photos of caterpillars and adults.
Bringing Nature Home-Rev & Exp (09) by Tallamy, Douglas W [Paperback (2009)] If you haven’t read it, it’s time. You will be energized and enthusiastic to start your landscape on the road to playing a role in the ecosystem.
Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide — wondering what that wildflower is? This guide will help!
The next three guides in this list are cute little pocket sized books you can take on a walk with you. It will help you identify trees by their leaves or winter bark, or berries. Easy to use. A great introduction to using keys for plant ID.