Homesteading can bring families closer together as they work side by side on chores. It also allows them to eat healthy, fresh food.
When you’re starting a homestead, it’s important to have the right tools for the job. An axe is a must for splitting wood and getting fires started in your wood-burning stove.
Author Merle Potter Releases New Book “How Did Grandpa Get His Food? from beans to butter to bacon” The book is a delightful journey into the past, exploring how people used to grow and prepare their food in a time when modern conveniences were not yet available.
The book takes readers on a journey with Grandpa, who grew up on a farm near a big river. Readers will learn how Grandpa and his family grew their food, raised animals for meat and eggs, and caught fish to eat. They will also discover how the family canned, pickled, and stored food for the winter months, and how they celebrated Thanksgiving with a delicious feast made entirely from the land and water around them.
Reading “How Did Grandpa Get His Food?” provides valuable lessons on the importance of hard work, self-sufficiency, and respect for the environment. Readers will gain a new appreciation for the food they eat and the effort required to grow and prepare it.
This book is a must-have for parents and teachers who want to teach their children about traditional methods of food production and the importance of self-sufficiency. It is also a valuable resource for anyone interested in sustainable living, homesteading, or history.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn about traditional methods of food production and gain valuable insights on sustainable living. “How Did Grandpa Get His Food? from beans to butter to bacon” is now available for purchase on Your Online Publicist website.
How Did Grandpa Get His Food?: From beans to butter to bacon
Author: Merle Potter & Rosemary Potter
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: April 2023
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5 in
Genre: Children’s Book
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63892-591-0
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-63892-592-7
About the Author
Merle Potter was raised on a farm with no electricity until he was 8. He experienced everything in this children’s book, and more. He liked a girl in school and took most of the courses she took, which were college prep courses. His band teacher told him he should go to college so he did. He even earned a PhD degree and was a university professor for his career. He enjoyed writing and wrote about 35 engineering related exam-review books and textbooks and two children’s books. He enjoyed an exciting career.
Rosemary Potter, Merle’s sister-in-law, helped him in the writing of this book; she married his preacher brother. They raised six children so she was a good helper with what interests children.