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How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget: Affordable ways to make money with earthworms Paperback – January 1, 2014
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But I thought I'd mention one aspect of the book which I was pleasantly surprised with: the quality of the book itself and in particular the typeface. Plenty of white space and a supremely clear font make this book very comfortable to read. I only wish they included a colophon (or whatever the section is that describes the font used).
The one nit concerns the photographs used throughout the book. One, they are so small (think thumbnail verses full photo) that any worthwhile detail is lost. Second, while black-and-white would work fine, for some reason the quality of b&w photos are highly contrasted with the darks so dark that all detail is lost. Most of the photo choices seem to not add value (I don't need this book to learn what a centipede looks like). But in some cases it may be valuable to have a website with photos of the bins and other materials so I can actually see detail. (The 'Look Inside' feature does show examples of pages containing photos - e.g. p.5.)
The cynic in me does suggest that if one is on "a shoe-string budget" that maybe poring over internet sources is the best approach as there seems to be plenty of it out there, including the book author's own web site.
Keep on worming.