Edible Wild Plants Book resources

I have read many books and resources on wild edibles and many of them have some great information. Some have good pictures and that is really what is needed when Identifying these plants. My frustration with these resources and therefore the inspiration for this site was that the text would often say "eat the plant when young" and then show me the plant when mature. How on earth was I to identify the plant when young if I didn't know what it looked like young!?
 
The books I offer on this page will help you get good information if you are looking to learn more about wild edibles. I'll find good resources on Amazon.com and link directly to them for you here.
 
One of the best books and authors on Wild edibles!
 
Another great book from Samuel Thayer!
 
 
John Kallas does a fantastic job educating about wild edibles

I recently went through Sergie's book and I feel it is another great resource.
Here is a great book for details about wild herbs and how to use them. (not so much about identification)
 
Another great book on using herbs. Once again, this is not going to give you specifics on identifying them but great info on using them.
I love Caleb's books and this is another great resource about using herbs.
Another great book from Caleb Warnock. Not about wild edibles but great info about gardening and winter gardening.
Peterson Field Guides are a great option for a lot of information to help with identification.
A Peterson Field Guide to Western Medicinal Plants and Herbs (Peterson Field Guides)
A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants: Eastern and Central North America (Peterson Field Guides) by Lee Allen Peterson (1982) Paperback-A very good field guide to have.
Mountain States Foraging: 115 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Alpine Sorrel to Wild Hops (Regional Foraging Series).