Read The Eco-nomical Baby Guide for Free at Your Local Library

Monday is the last day to enter the Great Green Giveaway!

I don’t buy books. This may seem like an odd confession for a former English major, current English instructor, and newly-published author. However, I do support the authors I admire and literacy in general by frequenting my library! According to my reading history at the Multnomah County Library, I’ve checked out 402 items since 2008!
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So if you want to read our new book but don’t want to spend the cash, check it out at the library. But what if your library does not carry our delightful, informative masterpiece? Most libraries let you suggest purchases online. Just go to your library’s website and fill out the provided form. (And if you can’t find it online, ask a librarian.) You’ll probably need the following information:

Title: Eco-nomical Baby Guide: Down-to-earth Ways for Parents to Save Money and the Planet
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori, and Chang
Copyright: 2010
ISBN: 1584798319
Price: $19.95
Description: A non-fiction guide for parents to save money and the planet while gearing up for a new baby. Tips include how to use cloth diapers, make homemade baby food, and find safe secondhand equipment.

If all of our readers suggested The Eco-nomical Baby Guide to their libraries, parents all over the country could get their hands on our book . . . for free!

So, we’re just wondering . . . does your library carry The Eco-nomical Baby Guide?


  1. I already requested it! Great idea.

  2. My library has is on order. I wonder how long it will take to get it in though! It’s been on order for a while now…

  3. Just suggested it to my library 🙂

  4. Just suggested it to my library! I am almost done reading my copy – that means my review will be ready soon, too!

  5. Mine has it! Now I don’t have to go request it. 😉

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