What are your favorite beekeeping books?
The Hive and the Honey Bee, published by Dadant - This is a MUST read! I read this book through several times in my first two years of beekeeping and it's been the most informative, at least from a broad spectrum, than anything I have ever read in beekeeping.
Contemporary Queen Rearing, by Harry Laidlaw - Basically the bible of modern queen rearing by the "father of honey bee genetics".
Scientific Queen Rearing, by Gilbert Doolittle - The father of queen rearing. He first used the grafting method.
A Year's Work in an Out Apiary, by Gilbert Doolittle
Fifty Year's Among the Bees, by C. C. Miller - a pioneer in beekeeping as we know it today
Beekeeping at Buckfast Abby, by Brother Adam - Created the first Buckfast strain, authority on bee breeding, honey production methods, and maintaining a sustainable operation.
The Beekeeper's Lament, by Hannah Nordhaus - Tells the story of John Miller, a migratory beekeeper & president of the California State Beekeepers Association
I need some reading suggestions!