Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Spring Reads

It's hard not to curl up with the remote and some junk food reality t.v. once the sun goes down and the dinner dishes are put away (or at least in a semi stable pile waiting for the dishwasher).  I'm hoping to find some good reads instead. 

Anything you've read lately or are reading that you'd recommend?

Miller's board books just aren't cutting it for me anymore.

3 comments:

ERIN said...

I'm in the middle of reading, The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan.

A friend lent it to me. It's about the relationship between people and plants. I find it really interesting cause it gets your brain thinking about how we are connected to the Earth and why certain plants look beautiful or taste good.

mimi the zookeeper - said...

okay. nothing i write is going to top erin's book choice, so why bother?! i can't decide if that sounds positively intriging or positively boring. sorry, e. :)

ERIN said...

Okay, it really isn't that boring. It's not like a science book and more on the author's journey. Right now, I'm on the chapter of the Tulip, and he starts off with his memories as a kid planting them in his parent's garden.

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