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Our books are organized by series:

Through Amazon, we publish Kindle e-book downloads, and also printed books delivered to your home.  Or, if you are a Nook user, you can purchase the e-book from barnes & noble.  Both Buttons are provided.

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Do It Yourself carpentry projects for forts, doghouses, chicken coop and other things.

Other Carpentry Projects

$1.99 (ebook)   $7.99 (paperback)

A guide to build a 4x6 chicken coop that is roughly three and a half feet tall. The housing area is two feet from the ground.

$1.99 (ebook)  $9.99 (paperback)

A guidebook to buil a 4x6x5 soghouse with insulation and two different options for door placements.

$1.99 (ebook)

Instructions on how to build a 4x6x5 chicken coop, box shape, with ramp to reach second level.  The back wall opens like a doorway to enter the back, slide out the nesting areas in order to clean or pluck eggs.

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Toy Box- 1’6” x 1’6” x 3’0”
Outside Bench- 11” x 3’6” x 1’6”
Mail Box- 1’0” x 4’0”
Garden Box- 1’6” x 1’6”
Trellis- 4 x 8
Workbench- 30” x 34” x 6’0”
Birdhouse- 1’4” x 1’6”
Two Step Unit 1’4” x 1’4”

DIY Fort Projects

$1.99 (ebook)  $9.99 (Print)

These are the instructions to build a simple fort for the backyard.

This is a carpentry guide to build a six foot square fort that is roughly ten feet tall.  It has a ladder leading into a two foot porch area and a four by six foot housing area.  The housing area is four feet from the ground and the roof is four feet from the deck.  The underground area is four feet from ground.

$1.99 (ebook)  $9.99 (paperback)

Designs for a 4x8 fort, built longways with sandbox and table n benches options.

$1.99 (ebook)  $9.99 (paperback)

Carpentry project to build a 6x6x10  fort.  Options with rampart and extra tower as well as trapdoors.

$2.42 (ebook)   $9.99 (paperback)

Build a 3x20x7 fort designed to appear like a ship, with options of mast and sandbox.

$1.99 (ebook)  $9.99 (paperback)

 A guide to build a 4x4:4x6 two tier fort that is roughly ten feet tall. It has a ladder leading into a four by eight foot housing area. The housing area is four feet from the ground and the roof is four to six feet from the deck.

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This fort’s overall size is 11x16.  The tallest point is over 11’0” tall.  This instructional document is to help the novice or semi-experienced carpenter to create their own fort for their children or even pets.

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It is called a Zig-Zag Fort because is has three platforms positioned to look like a Z.  The picture on the front cover is the fort that was designed for this plan.  Some modifications were made to simplify this plan for the novice.  This fort was designed to be a solitary 8x12x10 fort.

DIY Carpentry


$4.99 (ebook)  $15.99 (Paperback)

A selection of carpentry projects for in and around the home for a growing family.

1: The Simplest Fort
2: Dog House
3: Trellis
4: Workbench
5: Birdhouse

$1.99 (ebook)  $9.99 (paperback)

A package of diy instructions on building a 4x4 doghouse, whelping box, dog stairs and dog food bowl bench.

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