The Old Farmer's Almanac
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The Almanac Monthly magazine is our newest creation: a digital magazine for your tablet or computer issued 12 times a year (about 60 pages per issue). Based on a survey with our first readers, we're excited to share that the results are a big thumbs up: "I love it! Keep it coming!"
This "Monthly" is different from our yearly Almanac (no, it's not a condensed version of the annual's content).
- The 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac is your long view, your full year planned out.
- This Almanac Monthly is what's now, what's next. With ALL-NEW content, the Monthly is more timely (it's Monthly!) and just as fun, as humorous, and as useful.
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August 2014: What's Inside This Month's Edition?
Prizewinning apple pies, the best seats in your house, sleeping dogs and other animals, a historic hurricane, and more.
Calendar: The Harvest Moon, secrets of the sapphire, and a truly “Maine” event
Nature: Uncommon animal sleep habits, or why you really should let sleeping dogs lie
House & Home: What to consider when buying chairs—rockers, recliners, chaises, and more—to ensure that you’re getting the best seats in the house
Food: Nothing says autumn like apples, especially when they’re baked in a pie—and here are a few recipes to try.
Weather: For a remarkable tale of courage amid catastrophe, return to the night of September 1–2, 1935, when the Florida Keys almost washed away.
Don't miss a minute—or worse, a whole Monthly—of weather updates, seasonal recipes, timely garden tips, sky sightings, folklore, home remedies, historic as well as classically hilarious features, and much more. Every Monthly.
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