Yesterday we received a new book many of you have been waiting for.
It's The Little Book of Bonsai and though it is geared to beginners, it's different than any beginner's bonsai book we've seen
The biggest difference is the overall quality, especially when you consider the price (14.99 and hardcover no less). The clarity of the writing, the quality of the bonsai pictured (both the trees and the photos), the easy to follow instructions, and the overall quality of the production all come together to create a book any beginning enthusiast, or really any enthusiast should have in their bonsai library. Try it for yourself and you'll see
This photo is a good example of the quality
of the trees and the photography you'll find in
The Little Book of Bonsai
Here's what Michael Hagedorn (author of Post-Dated: The Schooling of an Irreverent Bonsai Monk) and foremost American bonsai artist and teacher wrote..."We have waited a long time for a concise introductory bonsai book written by an expert, and we finally have it. Dupuich's book has the earmark of a classic"
And here's what Bill Valavanis famous bonsai artist, publisher, creator of the U.S. National Bonsai Expositions and third inductee into the American Bonsai Hall of Fame wrote... "This well written and beautifully illustrated book covers bonsai care along with authoritative information for creating you own bonsai. Highly recommended for beginners"
High Quality Trees and High Quality Photos
enhance the book throughout
Many, if not most of the bonsai in the book belong to Jonas
If you have progressed beyond the beginner's stage on you bonsai journey. you can still be inspired by the bonsai Jonas uses as examples. They are, in almost all cases, superior to most of the trees you see in other beginners and even intermediate bonsai books
Hardcover, 6 1/4" x 7 3/4" 106 full color pages with clear, easy to follow illustrations and photos.