Hot on the heels of the book by Churchill, this little gem produced in 1964. I don't know about you but, for me, finding a book that suits can be elusive.
Well, this one suited me. Mills is reasonable and pragmatic. The book is packed with do's and don'ts which aren't too formidably good. He gives advise on just about every conceivable method- in nice, simple easy-to-read prose.
It is set in Britain, but who cares. With what he shares I am happily attacking anything Australia throws at me, from kangaroos to falling sheds to wild parrots.
This little book is very helpful for the beginner or almost beginner. Lovely