We get emails – all – the – time -  with questions like “I would like to do some woodworking but don't know where to begin?”, or “I want to build a small piece of  wooden furniture, how do I get started?”.

Finally … we have an answer for all these people. A book that can help people get started in woodworking called “The Beginners Guide to Woodworking”, the best part is, because it's an eBook you will receive it right-away, no waiting for couriers or the postman, so getting started on your woodworking project is literally a click away.

The Beginners Guide to Woodworking The 60 page ebook  helps the beginner woodworker to choose what the best project to get started with then immediately helps to break down the selection of wood for the project. Just getting past these to areas is a big move for many people in getting started with their own woodworking projects.

Part of woodworking is understand a little bit about the wood you will be working with and how knowing the grain of wood is important, and it's not complicated to understand. Knowing how to select wood and avoid the defects in the wood by selecting better pieces or making the pieces fit your project are decisions every woodworker needs to learn and understand.

Selecting tools and knowing how to use them is the next major leap for most beginner woodworkers. Woodworking entails the use of all sorts of different woodworking tools, hand tools, power tools and machinery.

The loose definitions of these tools could be describes as, Hand tools are describes as those tools that you use by hand and that do not require electricity or a battery to operate. Tools like hammers, screw drivers and hand saws are considered hand tools. Power tools are normally considered tools which require electricity to use, that is, they either plug into an electrical outlet or they operate on a battery. Finally there is the machinery, often called stationary machinery. In woodworking tools like this would be considered things like tablesaws, vertical drills and sanding machines. The Beginners Guide to Woodworking does NOT describe the use of all these tools but does talk about them in a way that the beginner can start to understand what they are, how they work if an investment in these tools may need to be made in the future in order for the budding woodworker to progress.

One of the biggest mysteries in woodworking in finishing the project with any one of the varieties of stains, dyes, paints or clear finishes like varnish. The book will help the beginner woodworker understand a number different finishing options and help the to make the choice of what finish to work with in order complete their woodworking project.

Safety is paramount to any woodworker and this book does not ignore this important topic. Nobody wants to get hurt doing a hobby they love, so safety is a very important factor.

Who should buy this book? Surprisingly, this ebook is purchased by both novice and expert woodworkers. I'll bet you are wondering why an expert woodworker would purchase a book like this, but the answer is quite simple. Many want to pass the book along to another member of the family who is interested in woodworking, like a son or daughter, and in many cases a grandson or grand daughter. The reason for this is that when the beginner woodworker actually has a book they can read, and refer back to any time, the task of being a woodworker becomes far less difficult. An expert woodworker does not always make a good teach, and when you can purchase an excellent book that covers all the aspects of woodworking that a beginner would need to know, this book become a valuable commodity, and for only $19.95, this can be an excellent reference book for new woodworkers.