Review; Skoolie!: How to Convert a School Bus or Van into a Tiny Home or Recreational Vehicle by Will Sutherland

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the non-fiction book Skoolie!: How to Convert a School Bus or Van into a Tiny Home or Recreational Vehicle by Will Sutherland through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
School buses that have been converted into mobile living spaces — known as skoolies — are a natural extension of the tiny house craze. Buses are not only easier and safer to drive than an RV, they provide a jump-start on the conversion process with frame, roof, and floor already in place. Experienced builder Will Sutherland, whose creative school bus conversions have been featured in Road and Track and Popular Mechanics, is behind the wheel of this alluring look at life on the road. In addition to profiles of eight fellow skoolie fans and stunning photos of bus interiors designed for simple living, Skoolie! does what no other book on the subject has — it offers a complete, step-by-step guide to the conversion process, from seat removal to planning layout and installing insulation, flooring, and furnishings that meet your needs.

My Thoughts on the Book
This book contains lots of information on how to turn a school bus into a home. There's also plenty of photos to show what you can actually accomplish. I just wish that Skoolies and tiny houses was a bit more popular in Norway, because it is a brilliant concept really.

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