I know Michael Pollan wrote “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” Reading Pollan’s book would be a sweeter experience with a delicious, fair trade organic chocolate bar, so I’ve got a deal you might like. Buy three of Pollan’s books USED and on the cheap from Better World Books, and you’ll get a free Divine chocolate bar to nibble on while turning the pages.
The sweet deal goes for all books, not just Pollan’s. But I have a confession to make — I still haven’t read Pollan’s “The Omnivore’s Dilemma.” Whenever I get close to finally reading the thing, he comes out with a new book, creating a debilitating dilemma for me: Should I read the new book or the classic? That effective procrastination strategy has kept me from reading any of his books — though I have read many of the prolific guy’s articles and blog posts.
Well, now I can get “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” “In Defense of Food,” and “The Botany of Desire,” all available at Better World Books for $6.98 to $8.98 each — with free shipping and, of course, the free chocolate bar. Get the bulk deal, and not only will I get totally Pollanated, but I’ll also give pre-read books a new home, help out literacy programs (Better World Books donates a portion of its revenues to literacy initiatives) and support fair trade cocoa farmers — all while saving money and eating chocolate.
Many more green-themed books are available through this deal. Just make sure to pick just USED books from Better World Books’ own inventory. Chocolate bars will only given out to chocolate lovers who give pre-loved books a new home.