Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Fall Reading List

With the weather getting cooler it's a great time to make a cup of hot tea or coffee and curl up with a book. Here are some suggestions for great green books to read this fall.





"Slow Death By Rubber Duck" by Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie












"Healthy Child Healthy World" By Christopher Gavigan











"Practically Green" by Micaela Preston











"The Story of Stuff" By Annie Leonard






A book I can't wait to read is "The Non-Toxic Avenger: One woman's mission to reduce her toxic body burden." by Deanna Duke. It's by the one and only Crunchy Chicken. So be on the look out for that book.

What green books are on your reading list for this fall?

3 comments:

Betsy (Eco-Novice) said...

I'm currently making my way through Smart Mama's Green Guide -- full of detailed information on toxins and avoiding them. Like most comprehensive green books, best enjoyed in small bites so as to not go insane.

I've also enjoyed the Healthy Child book, and Green Baby Guide's Eco-nomical Baby Guide (specific to pregnancy and baby care). Readers may also want to check out Amanda Soule's new book The Rhythm of Family (I'll be posting my review here soon!).

RosaMN said...

I just finished The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, and it was AMAZING.

Lisa Sharp said...

Betsy: I love the Smart Mama's Green Guide and is this the other book you are talking about http://www.amazon.com/Eco-nomical-Baby-Guide-Down-Earth/dp/1584798319

I love that book as well. I have the Healthy Child book but haven't read it yet.

RosaMN: I have been wanting to read that one as well!

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