Joyful Momma's Guide to Shopping & Cooking Frugally By: Kimberly Eddy
Non-fiction: Home Ec., cooking, religion 144 pages
Book Count: 26
This book is a good basic book for someone starting out working on saving money. It did have a couple of tips that were new to me, but most of them were things I already knew from other books or from learning on my own. There were also a number of recipes in the book as well. These all looked tasty and had a lot of hints/tips/variations to make them cost effective no mater what things are on sale that week in the store. It would be a good book to give someone starting out on their own.
Note: I labeled this book under religion as it does have a few Bible quotes and things about Christianity in it. It is not overly religious.