If you’re a fan of Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman, or just woodworking in general, then you’ll love his new book Good Clean Fun. It’s a compilation of stories from his time working at the Offerman Woodshop, as well as how-to guides on topics like carpentry and woodturning. There are even some humorous bits thrown in there to keep things light-hearted!
For who is this book for ?
This book is perfect for anyone who appreciates a good laugh paired with some down-to-earth woodworking tips. Nick Offerman’s witty storytelling makes learning about carpentry and other woodshop basics fun and engaging, while his passion for the craft shines through on every page. If you’re looking for an entertaining read that will also teach you a thing or two about working with wood, then Good Clean Fun is definitely worth checking out!
- Great stories from Nick Offerman’s time at the woodshop
- Excellent how-to guides for carpentry and woodturning
- Humorous bits make it a light read
- The author is a bit too self-involved
- The book can get repetitive at times
- Some of the projects are beyond the average reader’s skill level
Learn more about the author
Nick Offerman is an actor, writer and woodworker best known for his role as Ron Swanson on the hit TV show Parks and Recreation. He owns and operates the Offerman Woodshop in Los Angeles, where he builds custom furniture and teaches carpentry classes.
“If you’re a fan of Nick Offerman, woodworking, or just want a good laugh, this is the book for you. It’s packed with stories and tips from his time working at the Offerman Woodshop.”
“If you’re at all interested in carpentry, woodworking, or just Nick Offerman’s amazing sense of humor, then this book is definitely for you.”
“Good Clean Fun is a great read for anyone who loves woodworking, Nick Offerman’s humor, or both. The stories are entertaining and the projects are applicable to people of all skill levels.”
“AMAZING! Nick’s wit and humor are sharp as ever in this book. If you’re a fan of him or woodworking, you won’t be disappointed!”