Monday, October 27, 2008

Monday Roundup


It is a week of celebrations in many respects. This month I've celebrated Diwali with colleagues for the first time, and I'm learning about rich traditions and India's cultural diversity. We also have festivals of Harvest, Halloween, Columbus Day and even United Nations Day. As I've learned about another culture this month, I've also learned more from my colleagues on environmentalism in India as well as a global outlook on the use of resources.

For our Monday Roundup, what is on your shelf? Do you have a review or recommendation you would like to share? We welcome your input, and look forward to a guest review this week. Please share your thoughts in our comments. Happy October!

5 comments:

Green Bean said...

I'm just starting Van Jones' Green Collar Economy. So far, so good.

Heather @ SGF said...

I recently finished and reviewed Marion Nestle's "What to Eat." GREAT book explaining a lot of ins and out of the politics behind our food and how to make informed food choices.

Review here: http://simple-green-frugal.blogspot.com/2008/10/what-to-eat-book-review.html

Kellie said...

I'm concurrently reading Big Green Purse and Crimes Against Nature (one on my night stand and one in my bag to read on the bus). I know, nothing new to share - I can't keep up with you ladies so I'm at least trying to read the books you've already suggested.

ruchi aka arduous said...

My review of End of Poverty? is up today on my blog!

Going Crunchy said...

Yeah yous! I'll update our reviews today. Sounds like we have some good reads coming our way. Shannon