Where can I buy it?
Or buy The Eco-nomical Baby Guide on Amazon
You can always order it from your local book shop or baby boutique if they do not already carry it.
By Joy Hatch and Rebecca Kelley
Stewart, Tabori, & Chang, 2010
The Eco-nomical Baby Guide: Down to Earth Ways for Parents to Save Money and the Planet is packed with practical tips for bringing up a green baby without breaking the bank. While the average parents spend almost $7,000 gearing up for a new addition, we each shelled out less than a thousand—and we did it by going green. In The Eco-nomical Baby Guide, we prove that bringing up baby can be easy on the pocketbook and the planet.
In this useful and approachable guide, you’ll find information on:
- Eco-friendly companies you can support while gearing up for baby
- Cloth diapers versus disposable diapers—what to choose?
- The easy way to feed your baby all-natural foods
- Ten simple things you can do for the planet right now (and four more difficult ones)
- And much, much more!
Why should I buy it?
Less than twenty dollars can save you thousands and keep more than a ton of waste out of the landfill. Need more reasons? Read reviews by other green bloggers:
Or read all the posts we’ve written about why we so passionately believe in this little gem of a book: