|You can read it today in electronic format for just $3.95.|
You don’t have to wait for Toke of the Town editor Steve Elliott’s upcoming hardcover book on marijuana to be printed in August before you read it.
The Little Black Book of Marijuana: The Essential Guide to the World of Cannabis is now available in electronic form as an e-book for just $3.95.
The concise, small-format guide to cannabis delves into pot culture and history, from Herodotus to the hippies and beyond. It also covers the essentials of using, cultivating, and cooking with weed; identifying pot varieties; and understanding legal and health issues.
Handy and to-the-point, The Little Black Book of Marijuana is your quick reference for cannabis history, issues around legalization, and where to go from here.
“When Peter Pauper Press first asked me, back in the autumn of 2010, to write the book, I jumped at the chance,” Elliott said. “Even within the Little Black Book format’s space constraints of 20,000 words, I knew this was too important an opportunity to pass up, and over the next few months I worked to distill the essence of cannabis culture and history down into its most concentrated form, like the finest hash oil.
|Steve Elliott: “I’m proud of the results of my hard work”|
”While some of what I wrote in the book will undoubtedly be second-guessed — I expect, in particular, my remarks on the democratization of growing to rub some elitists the wrong way — I’m proud of the results of my hard work,” Elliott said.
“After what may have been the busiest few months of my life, the book was done; it will be released in print format on August 1.”
But, of course, you don’t have to wait that long to read it. In fact, you don’t have to wait another minute.
You can get the Kindle version of The Little Black Book of Marijuana right now for $3.95 from Amazon by clicking here.
You can get the Nook Books version of The Little Black Book of Marijuana right now for $3.95 from Barnes & Noble by clicking here.
The electronic version of the book will also be available any day now through Sony, Kobo, and Apple once it clears their ingestion and review processes, according to the e-book coordinator at Peter Pauper Press.
To pre-order the print version of the book, click here.