I hate to admit this on an online site which hopes to make lots of seed saving information available for everyone, but I still love a good book which I can hold in my hands. And there are many books on seed saving out there. I've collected a few and will post about each one, including a copy of their contents page(s) so you can see what each one covers. If you've got other seed saving books I'd love to see what you think of them - what are their strong points and what they cover. Also do you agree with my summaries or what are your preferences? Which ones work best for you?
I think when people are starting out they just want to know which one to get. Hopefully between us we can answer that question.