Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Come June, I'll Still Be a Bookworm


The month of May and, with it, the Be a Bookworm Challenge draws to a close. Hosting my first challenge has been a delight. I've encountered dozens of new and enjoyable blogs, learned of new books, edited my own "to-read" list based on all the reviews flowing in, devoured Simple Prosperity, and slogged through half of Break Through. What a month!

If I am sad to see this challenge end, it seems that I am not alone. Several participants have suggested continuing the challenge. Another month of sharing book reviews, checking out other people's reads, exploring new blogs and reading my next book, Deep Economy? I'd love it!

So, here, we go again.

If you missed the challenge the first time around, here are the rules: I challenge you to read a single, ecologically relevant book during the month of
May
June. Post a comment if you'd like to participate so that I can add you to my sidebar. Once you have selected your book, post another comment. I'll keep a running tab of books being read. At the end of the month, I will post a Reading Roundup soliciting your comments on the book you read, whether you'd recommend it and what you learned. If you would like, post a book review about your book. It is not necessary but many participants ended up doing that and it has been extremely helpful. You can find Bookworms' Book Reviews on the sidebar. Check out my book recommendations here and green ways to get your hands on a book here.

If you'd like to continue to Be a Bookworm through June, drop me a comment here and I'll keep you on the sidebar past the end of May. If the book you'll be reading is not yet on my sidebar under Bookworms' Books, please let me know so I can add it.

If you've had your fill, I completely understand. I very much appreciate your participation. I hope that you enjoyed the challenge and that you got something useful out of it. Please check back at the month's end for a Reading Round Up, where I hope you'll share thoughts on your book and check out other people's take aways.

Regardless of whether you stay on through June, please shoot me an email or leave me a comment if and when you post a review. The book reviews being posting are absolutely invaluable - a true treasure for anyone deciding what to read next. If you've not yet noticed, I have posted links to all Be a Bookworm book reviews of which I am aware on my sidebar. If I've missed your review, please let me know.

For bookworming this June, you can add this new button - if you like. Same photo but without the May date. If you'd want to keep your old one up, by all means, feel free. The code for the new one, should you want it, is below:


<a href="http://greenbeandreams.blogspot.com/2008/05/come-june-ill-still-be-bookworm.html"><img src= "http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_dguKzLoD1Os/SDza8FwpwaI/AAAAAAAAAyA/mU1b8BuyXG0/s320/stillworm6.jpg"/></a>

* Photo courtesy of Peter Hellebrand.

73 comments:

Green Plan(t) said...

The picture says "sill be"... :)

I'd like to be a part of this challenge but I'm not sure of the details.

Green Plan(t) said...

lol And then I end up with a typo. You know what I meant!

Margo said...

I'm a reader, so count me in for June. Not sure yet what I'll be reading, but I'll get back to you on that. Still have to write up my review of Plenty... :)
thanks for hosting!

Green Bean said...

Green Plan(t): Doh! Please excuse my debacle which was the first typo-ridden button. I've fixed it and add information for folks who would like to participate but who did not participate the first time around. Thank you for the heads up!!! and for being interested.

Margo: Excellent. My pleasure to host. Leave a comment whenever you get your review up - no rush. I'm still whittling away at mine.

Green Plan(t) said...

I'm always looking for a good excuse to devour a book!

I don't know what I'll read yet that hasn't already been read/reviewed, but I'll find something this week. :D

Green Bean said...

Green Plan(t) - by all means, pick up something that someone else has read. I'm pretty much doing that. Tried and true, baby. Besides, some of those books are really really great. Check out the book reviews to find something really worth reading.

Burbanmom said...

I'm in again! Just need to figure out what I want to read. Plus the local library is closed for renovations, so it may need to be a borrowed book. Will let you know when I find it! Thanks, GB, loving this challenge!

Wendy said...

I'm in. I'm reading Simple Prosperity by David Wann ;).

Thanks for the motivation to keep reading ;).

Heather @ SGF said...

I'm always up for a book! I just need to figure out which one...

The Purloined Letter said...

Yep--I'll stay in, too. Reviews coming on my blog at some point.... And I'm adding to my list _See You in a Hundred Years_ by Logan Ward. Thanks so much for organizing this! I've gotten so many great recommendations.

eco 'burban mom said...

I'm in again! I finished AVM, I just need to do the last 2 parts of the review. Sign me up for Affluenza for the June challenge. Is it sad that I need an entire month to read a book??? :o)

Joyce said...

I'll do it. I'll read Donna's favorite, "Serve God, Save the Planet".

Hit Pay Dirt said...

GB, I'm still reading Common Wealth - too much coursework and gardening has gotten in my way of finishing this fantastic book. I'm about 2/3 through now. Will finishing it count for this second round of the challenge? If so, count me in... again!

:)

gillian

Melanie J. said...

Sweet! Count me in! I found your blog early in May, but didn't get around to the Bookworm challenge. Renewing it gives me a chance to accomplish a goal: I've checked Rachel Carson's Silent Spring out of the library twice now and never gotten past Chapter 2. That's my goal book, as the local library can't seem to stock multiple copies of the newer tomes I'd like to read (like "Plenty"). Thanks for the opportunity!

Lori n Webster Groves said...

I'll admit that I still haven't posted my review of Omnivore's Dilemma for the May challenge, but what the heck - I love to read, and I'd love to pick up another book from your ever-expanding list. Count me in! I'll keep you posted as to what book I choose...

Tamar said...

Hi there, new(ish) reader here - I found Green Bean Dreams just after the May round of Bookworm so I am glad to be able to participate this time around! I'm going to read Ann Cooper's "Bitter Harvest: A Chef's Perspective on the Hidden Danger in the Foods We Eat and What You Can Do About It." I am looking forward to reading all the June book posts!

Domestic Accident said...

Sadly, I'm not quite finished with Animal, Vegetable, Miracle although I think I'll be done by Sunday (so I was really, really close).

For June, I'm going to read Living Simply with Children by Marie Sherlock (does that count?)

kale for sale said...

I could do this every month! I'll let you know my official book for June soon. I'm kind of reading Blessed Unrest but I haven't got grounded in it yet. And I have Bottomfeeder and Stuffed and Starved ordered at the library. We'll see what comes in. Thanks for doing this. Oh, and I want to read Simple Prosperity and .....

JAM said...

I just found your blog, so am happy to get in on this challenge - I picked Consumed... from your book list - just got it out of the library!

arduous said...

I'm in for June! Haven't figured out what I'm reading though. Probably a few books. :)I'd like to read Commonwealth, but it's not avail at the library yet.

Green Bean said...

Burbs: Excellent. Can't wait to hear what you unearth.

Wendy: Prepare for a slightly different tone than The Long Emergency. ;-) Just slightly.

Heather: What to read, what to read? Seriously, so many great books out there. I look forward to seeing what you pick.

Purloined Letter: Excellent. So glad you will continue and look forward to reading your reviews.

EBM: Your AVM reviews are awesome. I love love love the format. And don't feel bad. It's because of the kids. I squeeze in reading where I can but it really is a struggle.

Joyce: Sounds great. I love that we are all already getting ideas from one another.

Gillian: Don't worry. I still need to finish Break Through and am not sure I'll get through it by the end of May. Common Wealth is long and, hey, it has two words in the title so should probably take 2 months to read! ;-)

Melanie: Welcome! Glad you can participate. Silent Spring is a classic. Can't wait to hear your thoughts on it.

Lori: Honestly, in my mind, the challenge is more about the reading than the reviewing. I love that people are posting reviews and personally find them VERY helpful but my goal was just to get a bunch of us to read these books. Glad you'll stay on another month.

Tamar: Welcome! It's awesome that you can participate this time around. Sounds like a really good read! I'll get it on the sidebar list later today.


Domestic Accident: Whatever! Not actually finish your book on time! (Don't pay attention to the part in my post where I say I haven't finished mine). Oh, and Living Simple with Children totally counts. I found it so helpful after I read the library copy, I bought my own.

Katrina: You know, I've toyed with the idea of doing this indefinitely because I think it is nice to have a place for people to "gather" and talk about their books. If I could figure out how to add a third sidebar to my blog, I might do it. Alternatively, we might alternate hosting?

Jam: Excellent timing! And you've got your book picked out already. Yeah!

Beany said...

I'm almost done with Rubbish and will be posting a review soon. I'm going to give McKibben a shot by reading Hope, Human and Wild. Arduous didn't seem to like McKibben much so I'm curious on whether I will like him.

And yes, I'm still participating...

Green Bean said...

Arduous: A few books . . . ever the over-ambitious one. Teasing! Glad you can come out and play.

Green Bean said...

Excellent, Beany! I'm reading McKibben (Deep Economy) which a lot of people seem to like but some say it's dry. We'll see. If that doesn't work out for me maybe I'll try Rubbish when you and Arduous have been raving out.

Chile said...

I'll keep going.

Can't you come up with something for my challenge? It doesn't have to be cookies...

thbamaya said...

I don't have a blog to post a review, but I'd like make a recommendation for Erik Reece's LOST MOUNTAIN: A Year in the Vanishing Wilderness. You can find out about it on Amazon and then hopefully your local library will let you check it out.

There is so much talk these days about Oil, Oil, Oil, we often forget about the ugly consequences that happen due to our use of Coal for electricity. This book focuses on a particular mountain (Lost Mountain, imagine that) in Kentucky's Appalachia that is being destroyed due to mountaintop removal for coal mining and the environmental, socio-economic, and human health impact that occurs almost instantly due to it. A powerful, eye-opening, book, on an energy topic that offen falls short to the gas and oil media coverage.
I love the Appalachian Mountains and people, so this book hits home in a major way.

Melinda said...

Sounds great! Sorry I've not been so active a participant this month! I've finished reading Deep Economy (you've heard how I feel about it - it's great), and I've now started Fight Global Warming Now: The Handbook for Taking Action in Your Community, by Bill McKibben & the Step It Up Team.

Since I've read so many books and articles about how bad things are, I've been trying to focus more on what to do about it. Time for solutions!!

Melinda said...

P.S. I have a newfound friend in the local library. Amazing - I can put a hold on a book and put myself on a wait list for a book all from home. Then they just send me an email when it's in... I LOVE it.

Margo said...

Just to stir the pot a little, are any of you on LibraryThing? I haven't fully explored all their functionalities but - and here's where it's relevant to our little expanding book-a-thon here - I seem to recall that they had a book-swap arrangement among members.
http://www.librarything.com/
I am 'margo72' on there; I haven't updated my library yet but I have several titles & would be willing to swap when I'm done reading them.

Abbie said...

I'd love to participate! I've been reading tons of books... and wrote a post about my Environmental Science students' book reviews, too.
I think I'll read "Plenty" since I've been meaning to get around to it for a while now... Thanks for the motivation!

Donna said...

I'm so glad you're going to continue this! Next, I'm planning to read either "Simple Prosperity" or "Uncertain Peril," depending on whichever one comes back to the library first.

Just to add to anybody's growing list... I highly, highly recommend "Coming Home to Eat." I've got a review on my blog (search under book reviews). Sorry, I still can't figure out how to put a link in a comment!

Green Bean said...

Chile: So glad you are continuing. I'd love to do your challenge, I really would. You are one of my favorite people whom I've never met. In all honesty, though, you are catching me in a bad, or should I say really good place right now. After finishing Simple Prosperity and nearing the end of Break Through (like part of the book, the other half mixed), I'm all about getting things instead of giving up things. I have a post about it (written before I knew about your challenge!) coming up tonight. Saying I'm limiting myself on x, y or z, hasn't really worked for me. Perhaps I could approach this as I will eat more fruits and vegetables and drink more water, instead of I will eat less junk food when the kids aren't looking? Shoot! I should be doing this over at your blog. I'll head over there tonight after my book club. Right now, I hate to say this, but I'm going to go bake a triple berry pie with all my farmers' market berries. How ironic is that?

Thbayama: Thank you for the recommendation. Sounds interesting.

Melinda: Yeah!! So happy you are in. I miss you now that you're up in Seattle. Start posting daily again, will ya? No pressure, though. Actually, I'm in a very similar place as you. I'm focusing on solutions, on embracing the positive in this new lighter lifestyle. I'm done being scared. Oh, and I start Deep Economy as soon as I finish Break Through. Can't wait to hear your thoughts on the Step It Up book. Oh, and my library is like that. Can't find that in the country, can ya?

Margo: Excellent idea. I don't know much about library thing but a book swap would be an awesome idea. I'll try and look at it later - I have a green book club meeting tonight on Affluenza. If you find out more, please let me know. Good thinking!

Abbie: Great! I'm glad you are in. :) I'll hop over and check out your and your students' reviews.

Donna: Hmm, can't find your bookreview on Coming Home to Eat but, dang everyone, go check out Donna's blog. She's got lots of great bookreviews up!

Beany said...

Got my review up for Rubbish. Its a bit on the wordy side.

Robj98168 said...

OK GBD- I will read Living Like Ed-A guide to the Eco-Friendly life by Ed Begley JR, And "The Green Book' The everyday guide to saving the planet one simple stap at a time compiled by Elizabeth Rogers And Thomas M. Kostigen.

Electronic Goose said...

I'm glad you're doing this again -- count me in! I heard about the May challenge from Nadine at In Blue Ink, and I just picked up my reserve copy of Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv at the library. I also picked up Affluenza based on your readers' book reviews, but I'm not sure if I'll finish both by the end of June: I'm pregnant and due next week!

Jen said...

I read both Deep Economy and Simple Prosperity this month and I must say that Simple Prosperity is the better of the two, hands down. David Wann is a much more captivating author and even the sometimes depressing aspects of the economy and our environmental challenges come across with a silver lining, whereas I felt incredibly depressed while reading Deep Economy. I wouldn't suggest reading it after Simple Prosperity.

Donna said...

Thanks, GB! (How did you do that? I can't figure out how to link!)

The "Coming Home to Eat" review is on 9/28/07. Hope that helps.

Ellen said...

I'm in!

I'm reading Radical Simplicity by Dan Price and Food Not Lawns by H.C. Flores.

Going Crunchy said...

I'll keep reading.....but I still have to fulfill my first challenge and post a review! I'll be better, I promise. I've had a month all designed to make anybody string their beans.

Sue in the Western Great Basin said...

I finished Cradle to Cradle a week or so ago; will write a review soon. I immediately jumped into my won copy of Plenty, and I'm enjoying it so much that I'll probably be done by the end of the month! Don't know yet what my June book (will let you know) will be but I'll keep playing!

pink dogwood said...

count me in - for May I had signed up to read 'Last Child' which I only read half of, but ended up listening to book on tape of 'in defense of food'. I didn't write a book review, but a related post on my blog.

I will read the reviews on your sidebar for may and pick one of them for june.

thanks,

Debbie said...

Hi GB ~ Thanks for extending the Challenge. I have started Animal, Vegetable, Miracle - lots of info to process so I am being a 'careful' reader - a term I used to discuss with my students in a past life. I will let you know when I post a review. Happy reading.

Green Bean said...

Beany: Great review. Thank you!

Rob: Glad you are going to play! Great books. I'm going to post an Ed-inspired post later this week. :)

Goose: Get readin' girl! Now is probably a good time - it'll keep your mind off waiting for the baby to come and lord knows it will feel good to rest.

Jen: Your comment was a gold mine. My green book club met last night to discuss Affluenza. We'd already picked Deep Economy as our next read and ended this discussion with a yearning for something positive. After I read your comment, I emailed the gang and suggested we go with Simple Prosperity. I read it several weeks ago and it has left me in the most positive afterglow. We can't only focus on the bad or we will get nowhere.

Donna: I cheat! "Chili'ed" it.

Ellen: Excellent! I can't wait to hear your thoughts on those two books, especially the latter. I've always wanted to read it but have heard mixed reviews.

Shannon: I'll forgive you. You don't notice my posts overflowing with book reviews, do ya?

Sue: So glad you are enjoying Plenty. It's a fun read. And, of course, that you are going to continue to come out and play!

Pink Dogwood: Books on tape count! I'll have to head back over there to find your post about IDF. Thanks for continuing to participate.

Debbie: You are approaching it the right way! I've read AVM twice. The first time, I skimmed it because it was due back at the library. The second time, I read it for my book club and indulged in it, absorbing every beautiful line, every important fact. By far and large, the second read was the more impactful. I'm glad you are going to continue on with it and the challenge.

Susan B said...

I'm in for another month. In May, I read Gus Speth's Bridge to the Edge of the World and Food, Not Lawns. I haven't finished Collapse, so I'll keep reading that in June and probably add something intriguing from the reviews.
Re Speth's book, this is both fascinating and aggravating. Some chapters, read out of context ( I tend to jump around when I'm reading, if I'm getting bored), like the one on consumerism are just so much of a rehash of other people's stuff. This is partly Speth's method, but that chapter paled in comparison to Affluenza and Simple Prosperity, which I had just read. For those who don't know, Gus Speth is a leading mainstream environmentalist going way back. His recounting of what's wrong with the mainstream environmental movement and what radical (from a legal perspective) moves might be better was fascinating to me, as I come out of that background. It would be also great for someone who is considering a career as an environmental lawyer or mainstream activist, in any area. Often wonkish, but not dense.

Food Not Lawns, was another mixed bag for me, in part because I thought it was the book with pretty pictures of vegetables growing in yards but it wasn't. Many fascinating tidbits. A lot organizing ideas which are often whimsical or very basically practical or way out of the mainstream. If you are interested in organizing local food in your neighborhood and don't have a clue about how to begin or how to promote a campaign, this would be a great source for ideas. There's also a nice introduction to permaculture. A fast read that made me want to go back and take some notes, but not buy the book.

kendra said...

I'm so glad that you're continuing it. I keep thinking about more books to read and write about!

Natalie said...

I'm in for another month. I'll be reading Plenty.

I had listed my book as Great Garden Companions. But the library gods smiled on me a few weeks ago and delivered Deep Economy, which is now finished. One day I might actually write something up about that.

And the garden? Yeah, it's not going so well right now. :(

Bugsandbrooms said...

Count me in! I am new here but I read Affluenza and Simple Prosperity in May (still working on Simple Prosperity). Not sure what I will read yet but I will let you know! Glad you continued this for another month! I LOVE to read so this is a great challenge for me!

fearlesschef said...

Ah! I have found another blog to absorb! Thanks! And the book challenge will keep me on track, throughout the summer... my "to read" list is enormous! I am currently reading The Real Food Revival so that will most likely be my review/notes. I am also doing research on nutrition for a few friends so there will at some point be posts about that as well! Glad I found you (through Abbie)!

Theresa said...

I'm taking June off from all challenges (officially) but I will certainly write a review of my second and as yet unfinished book and let you know when I've done that! I'm a perpetual bookworm, really!

Em said...

I'm still a bookworm! Slow going through "Walden" on account of the baby-brain, but otherwise loving the challenge!

Robin said...

I'll always be a bookworm, as long as you keep it going. My book reviews will be up tomorrow, knock on wood. For June I'll be reading Last Child in the Woods, Nature Writings of John Muir, and Rachel Carson's Silent Spring.

I was planning to read them anyway, but I enjoy being held accountable!

Green Bean said...

Susan: Thanks for your thoughts, Susan. I've heard those types of remarks before about Food to Lawns. I think I'll wait to pick that one up. I'd not heard anything about Bridge to the End, before so I really appreciate your input there. Look forward to your thoughts on Collapse.

Kendra: Yea! Nice to be able to keep playing. :)

Natalie: Ahh well, that's gardening, right. You never know what will work or won't or why and that's even assuming you have the time to get out there. Glad you are going to stay on through June.

Bugsandbrooms: Excellent. I'll add you to the sidebar. I can't wait to hear your thoughts on Simple Prosperity.

FearlessChef: Welcome. Your to read list sounds like mine. That's the beauty of this challenge. Just reading a few folks' reviews of books that I wanted to read allowed me to tick some off of my list. Of course, I also ended up hearing about a few books for the first time and have added them to my list. Oh well. Give and take.

Theresa: I completely understand. I'm a bit challenged out, myself. This one is easy to continue as I'll be reading a book anyway. ;-)

Em: Slow going is just fine, especially with baby brain! Glad you'll stay on.

Robin: Glad to hold you accountable and to have you in the mix. Look forward to your reviews!

Jennifer said...

I'm still plugging through Consumed, so I will STILL be a bookworm! Thanks for the great excuse to read some books... something I haven't done enough of lately!

Green Bean said...

Sounds great, Jennifer. I'm STILL plugging away on my second book so we're in good company.

Queercorn said...

Count me in- not sure what I'll read yet

Queercorn said...

Ok, I am going to read Animal, Vegetable, Miracle!

Kellie & Marc said...

Hi Green Bean, I am signing up again and vow to finally finish reading Last Child in the Woods this month. Of course I might have to lose my own child in the woods first to accomplish that. Hmm...

BerryBird said...

I heard about your May challenge from Nadine over at In Blue Ink, but knew I couldn't participate because of other committments. So I'm thrilled you are continuing for another month. I am reading Lost Mountain by Erik Reece.

Erikka said...

my book club is continuing the challenge with Slow Food Nation!

and if you haven't yet gotten Farewell, My Subaru, DON'T! Instead get the book The $64 Tomato. It is everything Doug Fine WISHES his book and writing could be, but all at which he failed at. William Alexander is smart, witty, and en English major. He recounts his crazy gardening ambitions (which he set VERY high) in a totally enjoyable and coherent language. Need I say more?

Burbanmom said...

Yippee! Library seems to be open again, as I just got an email telling me that my copy of Simple Prosperity is ready for pickup! Will be reading it this month! :-)

Green Bean said...

Queer Corn: Awesome book. So glad you can join in!

Kellie: Great book . . . and I know exactly what you mean about losing your own child first. It's a bit tough to concentrate with all the, um, love from them at times. ;-)

Erikka: Awesome! I love your book club posts. And thank you for the final decision on Farewell, My Subaru. I have a library copy of it sitting on my desk right now. I'll return it and get the $64 tomato which a friend recommended. Sounds much better.

Burbs: Sweet! Love to hear what you think of it - basically, I'm waiting to think if you think I should read Deep Economy after you're done with it. Another bookworm said DE was too depressing after SP and I'm still reveling in my positive SP afterglow, which I don't really want to disrupt.

Green Plan(t) said...

I think I've decided on a book, but I may read two this month. My first book will be Harvest for Hope by Jane Goodall. I've heard good things about it and her writing is pleasant to read.

My second book will probably be Blessed Unrest because it looks so darned compelling.

pomfretite said...

I'll join in. I'll read ecocities by Richard Register. Maybe this is a good excuse to skip a few days of my summer job?

Green Bean said...

Green Plan(t): Got you and your books! Never heard of the first one but it looks really interesting.

Pomfretite: Welcome! I hope you post a review of Ecocities when you are done. I'd love to hear about it. It sounds like the type of book we should all be reading.

Melissa said...

ok, my review of my June book, No Nonsense Guide to Fair Trade, will be up by tomorrow morning. Didn't enjoy it at all...but that's ok, because it's early enough in the month to try another. I'm picking Mindless Eating by Brian Wansink. Thanks for keeping this going!

Burbanmom said...

OK, GB... finally got my book from the library... it's Simple Prosperity by David Wann. Hope it's a good one! :-)

leslie said...

I'll be reading "Last Child In the Woods' by Richard Louv.
I like this challenge well enough for it to be a monthly, or bi-monthly event.

Green Plan(t) said...

I like Leslie's idea, if you'd be up for organizing it each month. If not, maybe different people could take turns "moderating" the challenge.

Margo said...

I'm so far behind this month, but finally catching up. Belated review of Plenty will be coming up soon on my blog (my May post, ha ha). For June and July I'll be reviewing "Cradle to Cradle," as well as "With Speed and Violence" and possibly a gem from your list - Simple Prosperity or Common Wealth or Slow Food Nation...there are so many goodies to choose from...

Green Bean said...

Melissa: Man, that sounds like a book I need to be reading!

Burbs: Ah man, the pressure is on. I rec'd that book, highly. Hope you like it!

Leslie: Hmm, a lot of people do seem to want to continue. I'll have to think about it and post. I'm up for doing another month but foresee myself getting really busy in Sept. Maybe different folks moderating it or even a separate blog page might be good or, as Green Plan(t) suggests have different folks moderate it. I'll throw up a post about it in a few days and see what people think. It has been a really wonderful challenge.

Margo: Wow, Speed and Violence sounds scary. ;-) Look forward to reading what you thought of Plenty. Make sure to leave me a comment so I remember to go check it out and link to it.

zfolwick said...

I'm ready for the challenge! I'll read a literature novel that's based on farming and ecology called "So Big" by Edna Ferber. I was going to read Animal, Vegetable, Miracle but that's getting to be a popular choice.

Green Bean said...

Zflowick: Got you. So Big sounds good - though you can still read AVM if you like. It's a popular choice for a reason. ;-)

han_ysic said...

I'll join in, I'm reading a book that just came into our library, Grren Homes - new ideas for sustainable living by Sergi Costa Duran

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