January is National Hobby Month

Looking for a new hobby in the new year? Check out OPL's offerings.

Although I don't make new year's resolutions, like many people I usually spend the month of January planning and thinking about new hobbies or interests I'd like to pursue throughout the year.  With that in mind, I've highlighted some books covering a range of topics to help you follow your passion and develop a new hobby. 

So, if you've been thinking about starting a blog or making your own spirits or if you're curious about that strange looking bird in your back yard that wakes you up every morning or even if you've ever wondered how a magician makes a 10,000 pound elephant disappear, there's a book for you. 

      The Vintner's Apprentice     Scrapbooking     Collecting Sports Legends

Collecting Rare Coins for Pleasure and Profit     The Bird Watching Answer Book     Strong Waters     Beeking for Fun and Profit

Create Your Own Blog     Can It!     Woodworking      The Complete Course

Home cheese making : recipes for 75 homemade cheeses/Ricki Carroll; foreword by Laura Werlin]

The vintner's apprentice : the insider's guide to the art and craft of wine making, taught by the masters/Eric Miller

Scrapbooking : 100 techniques with 25 projects plus a swipefile of motifs and mottoes/Sarah Beaman

Collecting sports legends / by Joe Orlando Orlando

Collecting rare coins for pleasure and profit : an insider's guide to today's market/Q. David Bowers ; foreword by Kenneth Bressett

The bird watching answer book : everything you need to know to enjoy birds in your backyard and beyond Laura Erickson

Strong waters : a simple guide to making beer, wine, cider and other spirited beverages at home/Scott Mansfield ; foreword by Anya Fernald

The complete guide to beekeeping for fun & profit : everything you need to know explained simply/with Cindy Belknap

Create your own blog/Tris Hussey

Can it, bottle it, smoke it : and other kitchen projects/Karen Solomon; photography by Angie Cao

Woodworking : techniques & projects for the first-time woodworker/John Kelsey

Magic : the complete course/by Joshua Jay

Posted by Rebekah Eppley on 1/24/14, Dimond Branch

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