The local food movement has exploded in recent years, and St. Louis has jumped on board this trend in a big way. Farmer's markets featuring everything from organic produce to cage-free eggs to local honey are weekly events in most St. Louis neighborhoods, and stores like Local Harvest in South City sell products made or produced locally. On April 16, the library will host the authors of "Missouri Harvest," a new book showcasing Missouri's agricultural diversity. The book is part travel guide, taking readers on a tour of Missouri's farms, and part cook book, providing recipies on how to prepare the great bounty of our state. "Missouri Harvest" is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in eating and shopping locally. Watch the book trailer below, and meet the authors at Library HQ on April 16 at 7:00 p.m.