Brown, Vinson. Reading the Woods. Harrisburg. Pa. Stackpole Books. 1969. Good forest reference.
Caduto, Michael I. and Joseph Bruchac. Keepers of the Earth. Golden Colo: Fulcrum, Inc. 1989. Has a chapter on Native Americans and maple.
Farrell, Michael. The Sugarmaker's Companion: An Integrated Approach to Producing Syrup from Maple, Birch, and Walnut Trees. Chelsea Green Publishing, 2013. An excellent how-to guide.
Fellows, Myrtie. Maple Syrup the Way We Do It. Brattleboro. VT: The Stephen Greene Press, 1972. Story of a sugaring family with photos.
Follet, Muriel and Schofield, Clifford. A Drop in the Bucket. Stephen Day Press. The story of a farm maple season, illustrated.
Garney, Margaret. At Grandpa's Sugarbush, published 1998. Great children's story for ages 4-8.
Gemming, Elizabeth. Maple Harvest: The Story of Maple Sugar. New York, New York: Cavan, Mecca and Geoghegan. Inc. 1976.
Hays, Wilma and R. Vernon Hays. Foods the Indians Gave Us. New York: Ives Washburn, Inc. 1975. Has informative entry on maple, pg. 91-92.
Lasky, Kathryn. Sugar Time. New York: McMillan Publishing Co, Inc. 1983. Wonderful story. Great photos.
Lawrence, James M. and Martin, Rux. Sweet Maple - Life, Love & Recipes from the Sugarbush. Shelburne, VT. Chapters Publishing Ltd, 1993. The best overall book on maple sugaring.
Lewis, Diane. The Maple Harvest Book. New York: Stein and Day Publishers. 1977. Good introduction and recipes.
Mann, Rink. Backyard Sugarin'. The Countryman Press, Woodstock, VT, 1976. An excellent "how to" book for the hobby and small-scale producer.
Nearing. Helen and Scott. The Maple Sugar Book. New York: Schocken. 1970. Very comprehensive. Widely available. Excellent reference.
North American Maple Syrup Producer's Manual. Ohio State University Extension & The North American Maple Syrup Council, 2006. Columbus. Ohio. The maple producer's comprehensive and up-to-date "how-to" manual. The best technical manual available.
Perrin, Noel. Amateur Sugar Maker. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England. 1972. Good literary, personal study, with drawings. Highly recommended.
Selsam, Millicent. Maple Tree. New York: William Morrow and Company. 1968. Photos and text explain the life of a Norway maple tree. Processes are same forSugar Maple.
Watson, Nancy D. Sugar on Snow. New York, NY: Viking: Press. 1964. Children's story tells basic process. Illustrated.