Calvin Cobb: Radio Woodworker!
Calvin Cobb: Radio Woodworker!
By Roy Underhill Roy Underhill of PBS's "The Woodwright's Shop" has written what could be the world's first­ever woodworking novel: "Calvin Cobb: Radio Woodworker!" It's a screwball comedy set in 1937 about a woodworker who heads the U.S. government's agricultural "Broadcast Research" division. Along with his staff of four women (all severely...
£28.00 (VAT exempt)
Grandpa's Workshop
Grandpa's Workshop
By Maurice Pommier This 48-page book has been translated by Brian Anderson, an American-born writer and woodworker who lives and works in France. It is ostensibly a book for children, though the stories, lessons and drawing style will appeal to anyone who has an appreciation for the natural and the fantastical. Pommier paints an unbroken line of craftsmen from a French family, and he traces the...
£24.00 (VAT exempt)