Green bookworm

Worm

Are you looking for a good book?  A green book?  I used to be a strictly fiction-only gal, unless I was reading for class. Reading for pleasure should be fun and relaxing, not serious and thought-provoking, right? Well, now that I’m out of school, I’ve found myself gravitating to nonfiction. It’s amazing how getting to pick the topic and not being required to read a book changed my perspective.

I recently completed two great reads:

Affluenza
Everything I Want to do is Illegal

I still don’t have a lot of time to read, so I am amassing an ever-growing list of books:

Simple Prosperity
Radical Simplicity
Cradle to Cradle
Just Food
American Idle
Worms Eat My Garbage

My local public library carries all of these, so it’s just a matter of time.

Then there are the books on the, “I want to read eventually, but not relevant right now,” list, much to my mother’s chagrin:

Your Best Birth
Birthing from Within
Guide to Childbirth

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  1. Pingback: Simple prosperity: A book review « Her Green Life

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