How Green are my wellies by Anna Shepard

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how green are my wellies by Anna Shepard
Abi, from one of my favourite jaunts, Hippy Shopper, sent me a copy of Anna Shepard’s “How green are my wellies” to read.

I was so thrilled. It arrived yesterday, just as I had got home from the osteopaths. I’m always feeling pretty sorry for myself by the time I get back. I’m dizzy, disorientated and often in pain. Plus I’ve parted with thirty three quid for the pleasure!

No pain, no gain as is often said.


So what better excuse than to dive under the duvet to unwrap my treasure and indulge in a little ‘me time’?

I haven’t had time to read much yet, but I skimmed through the first chapter and it certainly cheered me up.

See, I can be nice. I once wrote an email to Anna and it was completely ignored, but I’ll let that one rest and be grown up about it 😀

‘How green are my wellies’ is warm, witty, inviting and friendly and is the perfect book for a friend who might be a bit eco-unsure.

This book will convince them to dip a toe in the land of ethical living, that’s for sure. You can’t help but be encouraged and inspired by Anna’s anecdotes and stories.

It’s the kind of book you want to buy for all your sisters and girl friends. Anna shows youHow green are my wellies by Anna Shepard how to go green with style, touching on some dark green issues, and taking away the myths. It’s done in a light hearted way and she comes across as down to earth and approachable.

I’m looking forward to getting the chance to read more of it soon. If you want to read it too; then click on the book to buy!

What about you? Have you read the book; how did you find it?

1 Comment

  1. EcoChampion on October 23, 2008 at 1:14 pm

    The team at Eco Trend Spotter also love this book and have passed around the wives.



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