Learn more about wilderness skills and celebrate the great outdoors with these camping titles.
Canterbury, Dave, author
Lex, Viola, author
The Campire Cookbook is the ultimate cookbook for al fresco eating. More than 80 campfire recipes, including traditional favorites and more adventurous dishes. Easy-to-follow recipes with step-by-step instructions and mouthwatering photos. Checklists for all your camp essentials. Enjoy a hearty goulash under the stars, indulge in orange-baked chocolate cakes around the fire, or rustle up fresh salads and grilled fish to take to the beach. Wherever you eat, make your outdoor experience magical with The Campfire Cookbook.
Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931 author
"From roughing it in the Mojave Desert without a tent to glamping in a cozy cabin in the Adirondacks, camping for pleasure is undeniably more popular than ever before. And all the while, the definition of camping is being refined and expanded to include a plethora of experiences. Because as we saw with Artisan's The Campout Cookbook, people want more from their camping experiences-including good meals, a comfy sleeping experience, and some epic sunsets to document on Instagram. The Camping Way captures the feeling and aesthetic of sleeping under the stars and peels back the curtain to show readers how it's all done-from camping while suspended on a mountainside to camping while on a kayak or bike trip. Each type of adventure is told through photography showing beautiful vistas, campsites and setups, close-up explanatory vignettes, and informative text. Essays and illuminating deep captions truly capture the camping experience. Additional text includes recommended locations for each type of experience and for all budgets, and how-to skills to show readers how to pack, carry, cook, and leave no trace like an expert camper. The Camping Way is for both armchair campers and those ready to rough it, and shows that there are many ways to explore the outdoors"-- Provided by publisher.
Drake, Peter G., author
A hands-on manual covering the knowledge and skills needed to travel and survive outdoors -- whether a day's hike or a trek through the jungle, learn how to navigate, light fires and set up camp.
Davis, Jennifer Pharr.
"A camping handbook for families featuring food and drink recipes, family activities, nature hacks, expert know-how, and more for the outdoor lover looking for a memorable weekend with the family."-- Provided by publisher.
Santella, Chris, author
McConnell, Ruby, author
"For girls ages 9-12, this guide book includes recipes, quizzes, camping tips, and features on inspirational women with a focus on adventuring in the outdoors"-- Provided by publisher.
Leonard, Brendan, author
Davis, Todd, 1972-
Van Elst, Arno, author
Road trips are the ultimate freedom: long roads, beautiful vistas, good conversations and singing along with the radio. And when you choose to stop somewhere out in nature, you'll want something tasty and nutritious to cook on your camping stove, campfire or portable barbecue. In Road Trip Cooking, Arno and Mireille of the Holy Kauw Company in the Netherlands take you along in their campervan. Their motto is simple: cooking and eating well is possible anytime, anywhere. All recipes in Road Trip Cooking are simple to prepare, and don't require a well-equipped kitchen or well-stocked supermarket nearby. From the ultimate hangover breakfast and salad in a jar, to campfire nachos and 'apple pie to go', these recipes make the most of classic and comfort-food dishes from around the world. Yet they only require some wood blocks, a few ingredients and a box of matches to prepare. Also included is information on outdoor cooking techniques and recommended road-trip life hacks. Arno and Mireille hope their book will make outdoor cooking even more fun than it already is. Let the journey begin!
Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi were stressed out, sleep-deprived, and near the end of their rope with infant twins. They had no clear idea of how they could continue to travel with a growing family and full-time jobs. Then they bought a pop-up camper, and their lives changed forever. In See You at the Campground, Stephanie and Jeremy show readers how the open road could be the ticket to a happier, healthier family.
Rochfort, Heather Balogh, author.
"From choosing a destination and staying safe to what to cook and doing it on a budget, this guide provides fun advice for tent camping, car camping, and backpacking"-- Provided by publisher.
"...[a] resource book for parents, educators, and caregivers to enjoy doing hands-on activities outside with kids. One of the core philosophies behind Wild + Free is the belief that nature is the best classroom we could ever hope for. It unlocks the imagination and inspires creativity in ways that a schoolroom never could."-- Publisher's description.
Paul, Susan Joy.
"Adventurer and guidebook author Susan Joy Paul provides real instruction for women of all ages and skill levels, from beginners to intermediate hikers and experienced mountaineers. She shares details gleaned from two decades of training and real-world experience, bringing together everything a woman needs to know to be safe, independent, and self-reliant at camp and on the trail"-- Provided by publisher.
Hewitt, Ben, 1971- author
45 step-by-step, illustrated activities that teach kids everything from how to see like an owl to build the world's coolest fort from sticks.