In Which Titles are Quickly Noted Before a Last-Minute Library Drop Off

Every few months I find myself in possession of a stack of books from the library.  Most related to a current interest, some picked up because they are pretty, all wallowed in until the mad rush to finish as the due date arrives. And passes. Then, as the fees begin to mount and renewals are no longer available, I pile the books into a bag and return them to the library.

Every time, I promise myself to buy the ones I love and sign out and complete the ones left unread. I never remember. Thus, here is a my list of the last group of books as a reminder both for the library and the bookstore. (↓affiliate links↓)

Slow Love by Dominique Browning (my thoughts here)
At Home With Madame Chic by Jennifer L. Scott
Last Child In the Woods by Richard Louv
Green Metropolis by David Owen
The Beautiful Edible Garden by Leslie Bennet & Stefani Bitner
Integrated Forest Garden by Wayne Weisman, Daniel Halsey, & Bryce Raddock
Superbia by Dan Chiras & Dave Wann
Why Architecture Matters by Blair Kamin
The One-Straw Revolution by Masanobu Fukuoka

What do you think of these books?

Have you read any of them? What’s your take? Are there any similar books you’d recommend I’d read? Please let me know in the comments below!

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