The Craft Classics In Just 5′ Must Read Woodworking Books
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Fight woodworking ignorance 15 minutes each day.Editor's note: In the September/October 2017 issue (which mails to subscribers on Aug.1), we have an article from up-and-coming makers on the books that have influenced their work and woodworking philosophy.
Below is a similar article we ran in June 2011, asking established makers what they felt were the most important woodworking books, plus we included our staff picks.I've linked to our store for the ones we carry, some of which are now available only as eBooks, and to those from Lost Art Press.
For titles that are out of print, I recommend Bookfinder.com, or better yet, your local used bookstores.Or, ya know, the library.One thing that surprised me about the forthcoming article is that while some authors - James Krenov, George Nakashima, Roy Underhill and Bob Flexner- feature in both the list below and the 'Young Makers' Bookshelves' article, a lot of the titles on the upcoming list are new to me.
So of course, I've ordered them (a disease for which there is no cure).If you don't see your favorites on here, please leave a comment with the title and author - If we get enough responses, I'll compile a list and...