I found this list very useful indeed! many thanks!
Though i'm still looking for a small (pocket sized) book on solely tree types and what they are good for.
Raise you these: (In the order that they sit on my shelf at the moment)
The Foxfire Book - Edited by Eliot Wigginton. I have foxfire 2, but I dont have the rest
Tipis - Linda A Holley.
The Boy Mechanic. I have this somewhere
The Boy Camper
Nature is your guide - Harold Gatty This is the same as 'finding your way without a map and compass' just a different title
Woodcraft and Camping _ Nessmuk got this one
Build the perfect survival kit - John d. McCann
Lighten Up - Don Ladigin
Allen & Mike'd really cool Backpackin' book - Allen O'Bannon
Allen & Mike'd really cool Backcountry Ski book - Allen O'Bannon got this one too, I love the illustrations, have to get the other one
Camping for Boys - H.W.Gibson
Tramp Camping - W.L.Pember I really want to get a copy of this, what do you think of it?
Romany hints for hikers - Gipsy Petulengro
Mountaincraft and Leadership - Eric Langmuir
Antlerknife - Ulf Avander
Lattitude hooks and azimuth rings - Dennis Fisher
The arts of the sailor - Hervey Garrett Smith
The Ashley book of knots - Clifford W. Ashley
Knot Craft - Des Pawson
The complete practical book of country crafts - Jack Hill
Celebrating Birch - North House Folk School
Carving and whittling the Swedish Style - Gert Ljungberg
Australian traditional Bush Crafts - Ron Edwards On my to get list
Song of the paddle - Bill Mason
Animal tracks and signs - Preben Bang
The country life guide to edible and medicinal plants - Edmund Launert
North Atlantic Seafood - Alan Davidson
Cold Comfort - Glenn Randall
The field and forest handy book - Daniel Beard
The outdoor handbook - Hamlyn
Winterwise A backpacker Guide - John M. Dunn
The outdoor book - Jack Cox
Map Making - Frank Debenham
Mountain navigation - Peter Cliff
The Scouts outdoor cookbook -Christine & Tim Conners
Emergency Navigation - David Burch I have this, its on the list I think
Hardtack and Coffee - John D. Billings
There are a few more scattered around the house but there are a few more titles to look out for.
I'm thinking about getting Bushcraft by Mors Kochanski plus the pamphlets he wrote. Would you recomend them?
Also was thinking about 98.6 degrees and Naked into the wilderness.
As you reccomended earlier in the thread I think I will order Bushcraft by Mors Kochanski and perhaps buy a book every couple of months and look through the second hand bookstores to see if they stock any books of this type.