May Titles for Adults

Holly’s Pick

How Not to Kill Your Houseplants: Survival Tips for the Horticulturally Challenged 
[Downloadable eBook]
by Veronica Peerless
Available from Overdrive
I recommend this because I need to read it. I am notorious for killing every plant I buy.

Kortney’s Pick

Rose Harbor in Bloom 
[Downloadable eBoook]
by Debbie Macomber
Available from Overdrive
A tale of love discovered and found anew from a best-selling fiction author. This is the second book in the Rose Harbor series, but you do not need to read the series in order.

Laura’s Pick

The Martha Manual: How To Do (Almost) Everything
[Downloadable eBook]
by Martha Stewart
Available from Overdrive
This book covers everything on your spring cleaning to-do list, including gardening.

Nancy’s Pick

The Overstory: A Novel
[Downloadable eBook]
Available from Overdrive
“Is Mother Nature sending us a message?” I’ve heard that often the past few weeks. This engrossing novel weaves together several story lines about society’s relationship with nature. It’s a great novel for book club discussions.

Regina’s Pick

The Art of Simple Food II: Recipes, Flavor, and Inspiration from the New Kitchen Garden
[Downloadable eBook]
by Alice Waters
Available from Overdrive
Reading about cooking and growing simple wholesome foods can be comforting during these stressful times. 

Sarah’s Pick

Homegrown Vegetables, Fruits & Herbs
[Downloadable eBook]
by Jim W. Wilson
Available from hoopla
This is the perfect book if you are wanting to start your own small vegetable garden. Tips on what to plant, how, and during what season.

Sharon’s Pick

Beatrix Potter: A Life in Nature
[Downloadable eAudiobook]
by Linda Lear
Available from RBDigital
This is a great biography of an extraordinary woman who gave us wonderful children’s books that were inspired by her love of nature.