Category Archives: Book Review

Growing trees out of books! — Blookup Blog

I am a self-confessed book lover.  I’ve always loved reading and collecting books since I was a child.  Sad to say that over the past couple of years, I have not been reading as much as I want to due to work commitments.  Hopefully, one of these days, I’ll be able to find the time to read again.

This post from BlookUp is truly inspiring.  A publishing house from Argentina made an organic book that can grow into a tree.  I’ve seen a lot of wasted papers and old books end up in the trash, so this method of recycling is a big aid to our environment.   It is time to give back to nature.

 

A small publishing house in Argentina recently made a totally organic book that gives back to nature what it took from it by growing into a tree (Which might remind you of our previous article about the Japanese blooming newspapers). What’s their secret? Well first, unlike the majority of books, this one is made using…

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Book Review-The Collected Songs Of Cold Mountain Translated By Red Pine — Edge of Humanity Magazine

– The original post is not mine but I would love to share this with all of you. Please read on…..

The Collected Songs of Cold Mountain contains 307 poems of the Chinese poet Han Shan (Cold Mountain). He was a 9th century hermit poet who lived in a cave, in the remote mountains of China. He wrote his poems on rocks. Not much is known about him, but reading his poems, one can see that […]

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