Here's the link to the book's info on Amazon.com (although there are undoubtably many independent booksellers out there, like Powell's books where you could get it too!)...or save a few trees and get it at the library!!
The book is great because the Kingsolver family goes above and beyond local eating by actually farming most of their own food, including produce, canning, meat animals, eggs, etc. Pretty incredible! The book also includes lots of great recipes and menu ideas for regionally available foods (I believe their farm is in Virginia, so not to far off our Ohio climate.)
Anyway, enjoy! And if you still have lots of available time, check out either of Michael Pollan's fantastic books on eating locally, wholly, and sustainably. "The Omnivore's Dilemma" and "In defense of food: an eater's manifesto." More preaching to the choir, yes, but good for a little pick me up at this time of year when we are desperately looking forward to farm-market season!!