If you have any interest in gardening, Epic Tomatoes by Craig LeHoullier is a must-read. The author discusses tomato history, leaders in breeding and heirloom seed saving, and his own journey from tomato-growing rookie to his job as tomato adviser to the Seed Savers Exchange. He has grown over 1200 different tomato varieties and has introduced many others (There are so many more out there than what is offered at your local store). Even after growing tomatoes for 20 years and graduating from buying baby plants to growing from seeds, I learned so much from this book. There are large Q & A and problem-solving sections, tips about saving seeds, and even instructions on how to breed your own tomatoes. Of great interest to me were the descriptions of tomatoes (shape, size, season, growth, flavor) broken up by tomato colors: red, pink, purple, brown, yellow, orange, white, green, multi-colored and striped. Who is the publisher of such a wonderful book chock full of information? Storey Publishing, of course!