Herbal Academy of New England’s Summer Reading List 2013
By: Mark Pedersen
This is a lovely reference guide to herbs and their nutritional and medicinal values as well as folk history.
By: T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell ll, Howard Lyman and John Robbins
If you haven’t read this one yet, don’t walk, run to your nearest book store. This is a very comprehensive study of nutrition and its implications on our health and wellbeing.
By: T. Colin Campbell and Howard Jacobson
After reading the China Study follow up with this gem on the science of nutrition, a New York Times bestseller!
By: John Robbins
This is an old book and you can probably buy it for just a couple dollars but it is one of those books that just moves into your soul and conscience. It changes your perspective on food and how it is brought to your table.
By: Didi Emmons
You don’t have to go to the grocery store for some of the ingredients included in these recipes. What fun!
By: Sandor Ellix Katz
Everything you ever wanted to know about fermentation but were afraid to ask! Winner of the 2013 James Beard Foundation Book Award for Reference and Scholarship, and a New York Times bestseller.
By: Nina L. Etkin
The exploration of the pharmacologic potential of food.
BY: Tieraona Low Dog. MD
Reading this book is like sitting with your sister or a good friend who cares about you and wants to show you ways to improve your health.
By: Guido Masé
This is a beautiful book showing us how to incorporate plants into our diet and why.
By: Michael A. Singer
You know more than you think you do! In The Untethered Soul—a New York Times bestseller—spiritual teacher Michael Singer explores the question of who we are.
By: Burke Lennihan
A quick, fun read and a nice reference guide to herbs, supplements, homeopathy and practical solutions for common ailments.
By: Carol Endler Sterbenz
What to do with the kids this summer? This is a book filled with crafty information.
By: Suzanne Von Drachenfels
Entertaining this summer? Here is a guide to setting a beautiful table.
For the kids:
By: Daniel Stedman
Illustrations by: Crystalle Lacouture
A Nook Book you’ll love!
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Marlene Adelmann is the Founder and Director of the Herbal Academy of New England. Marlene spent several years studying herbs in the Boston area and learning under some of the most revered modern herbalists, including Rosemary Gladstar and Susun Weed. She continues to practice plant medicine through ongoing correspondence courses and teaching others. "Learning about herbs and their healing power is a life long pursuit." With over 20 years experience in the field of culinary arts, Marlene is passionate about food as medicine and promotes good, clean eating in her writings. She is a gardener, wildcrafter, and medicine maker.