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All decked out: Summer reads
Is there a better place to catch up with summer reading than on a comfortable deck or porch? I think not. Sit back, relax and spend some quality time with one of these 10 fresh eco-home themed book titles.
Mon, Aug 02, 2010 at 8:48 AM
Welcome to the latest installment of “All decked out," a series of of posts where I tackle a part of the home where the great outdoors and the green indoors meet: your patio, porch, lanai, deck, terrace, or whatever you might call it.
If you're a regular MNN reader, you're probably well-aware that there's no shortage of environmentally themed books
worth settling down and spending some time with. Below are a few released-in-2010 tomes that I've either read — or have on my "must read" list — that cover sustainable design, architecture, gardening, DIY, and homekeeping. If you plan on retreating to your back deck, porch, or patio to chill out and catch up on your summer reading in August, consider one of these 10 titles. And as Mr. LeVar Burton famously said, "you don't have to take my word for it ..."
Prefab Houses — Arnt Cobbers and Oliver Jahn; Peter Gossel, ed. (Taschen)
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