Saturday, January 12, 2013

Notice

Sorry. As of January 1, 2013, my website, programs, etc., will be on hold indefinitely. You can still find my book available through the usual venues--Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Lulu.com, and several local shops.


Toledo's Historic Farmers' Market
By Trini L. Wenninger

With savory fruits, crisp vegetables, fresh herbs and more, the Toledo Farmers' Market attests the rich and bountiful goodness available in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Join historian Trini L. Wenninger as she guides you through the market's history, from its humble origins in the 1830s through its survival during rough times in the Glass City. Select the ripest tomatoes from Konstantino's stall, crunch into one of the seventy different varieties of apples from Witt's Orchards or savor honey from Wines Bee Yard's apiaries. This collection is complete with selection tips, cooking and baking advice and mother-watering recipes inspired by the market that will bring the taste of Toledo to your table. Buy now on Amazon!


Images of America: Sylvania
By Gaye E. Gindy and Trini L. Wenninger

Sylvania originated where Ten Mile Creek and Ottawa Creek meet, an area favored by the Ottawa Indians. Sparsely settled at first, Sylvania grew after the War of 1812. Increased settlement, construction of better roads, and expanding railroads brought many opportunities to Sylvania. The Territorial Road that passed through Sylvania became the first thoroughfare between Toledo and Chicago, and the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad laid track through Sylvania from Toledo and Adrian, Michigan. This book provides a glimpse into Sylvania's rich history through photographs of the people, events, and businesses that made Sylvania the great place to live that it is today. Buy now on Amazon!


Rose Wilder Lane's San Francisco
By Trini L. Wenninger
Rose Wilder Lane considered herself "an adopted San Franciscan" and wrote, "there has never been a place that I love just as I love San Francisco." 

This book is for those who wish to learn more about the San Francisco Rose knew or for those who may want to go on their own pilgrimage visiting places in and around San Francisco that have a connection to Rose Wilder Lane. 

Buy now on Amazon!




Flora of their Writings: The Plants of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane
By Trini L. Wenninger

Sixteen of the flowers and plants mentioned in the writings of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane are brought together in this book. Full of descriptions and interesting facts, this book will make a delightful addition to any collection.

With a desire to grow plants referred to in the writings of Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane, Trini Wenninger set out on a mission. Trini collected information on sixteen plants mentioned by Laura and Rose in letters, poems, articles, and more. Among the sixteen plants included in Flora of their Writing is the Four O'Clock, from one of Laura's poems; the Grape Hyacinth, mentioned by Laura in a letter she wrote to Rose; the Violet, described in the unpublished manuscript "Pioneer Girl;" and Wild Sweet William, remembered in an article Laura wrote for the Missouri Ruralist. In Flora of their Writing, Trini combines her love of gardening with her interest in Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane. 
Buy now at Lulu!