Reading is a great way to become a better woodworker outside of the shop. You can take a book on vacation, lay down in a hammock at the beach and still advance your woodworking skills. It does not save you from practicing but makes the learning process so much faster.

Here you find my favorite woodworking books as well as a few books from adjacent fields. Check out my reviews and see if the book is right for you.

52 Boxes in 52 Weeks – Matt Kenney

52 Boxes in 52 Weeks by Matt Kenney I’ve heard about Matt Kenney’s 52 Boxes in 52 Weeks challenge way ...
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Crushing It! – Gary Vaynerchuk

Crushing It! by Gary Vaynerchuk On my family trip to Sweden I was looking for an ebook to read in ...
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Making Time – Bob Claglett

Making Time by Bob Claglett I don’t think this man needs any further introduction, but I’ll try it anyway. Bob ...
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The why and how of woodworking – Michael Pekovich

The why and how of woodworking by Michael Pekovich This book has been on my wishlist long before it was ...
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