The 2010 Green Books Campaign

Last year Eco-Libris launched The Green Book Campaign and they sent out a call for bloggers to take part. For some reason I thought I had taken part but can’t find my post about it. So when I got the email this year I made it a point to join this worth while cause.

Today at 1pm I will part of the 200 bloggers who will take a stand to support books printed on environmental paper by simultaneously publishing reviews of 200 such books. This number is double from last year.

You can click on this LINK to find out more about the campaign and see the 200 bloggers who are taking part in this event and read their reviews.

This year Indigo Partners with Eco-Libris to Promote Green Books. I was pleasantly surprised when I do an advance search on the Indigo site that there is even a little box I can check off to find out if the book I want is Printed on FSC/Recycled Content. How cool is that?

So don’t forget to check back today at 1pm to see what book I will be reviewing for the Green Book Campaign.

copyright 2010, Cindy (Cindy’s Love Of Books)
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  1. I am taking part too and I am looking forward to reading your review.

  2. That is a cool option on their site! I remember when I was in school learning how to make recycled paper and it was so neat to do.

  3. Hi Cindy,

    I just found your blog and think it is terrific šŸ™‚

    I enjoyed your review of this book very much. I love to bake, and to some extent cook, but have never had the courage to try canning or making preserves…it was always too intimidating to me, but this book has really piqued my interest and made me think I should give it a try after all!

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