Foreword Reviews


2016 INDIES Finalist
Finalist, Photography (Adult Nonfiction)

“Sheds are like our lives—not the grandest building or the most graceful. Sheds are ordinary—and in that they are exalted.” Howard Mansfield explores different types of sheds found around New England and beyond: covered bridges, barns, worksheds, worship sheds, extended farmhouses, bob houses for ice fishing. In lyrical style and supported by photographs by Joanna Eldredge Morrissey, Mansfield shows the connection between the design of these structures and their roles in our lives.