October 03, 2021
Sustainable living is accomplished by making choices that reduce our environmental impact by making fundamental changes to counteract climate change and decrease ecological destruction.
When your shopping for a new novel, most readers don't imagine that you can do it in a eco-friendly way. In every area of your life you can live a sustainable lifestyle even while shopping for new to you vintage books!
Browsing vintage shops or estate sales for items for your home is essential because recycling and reusing items means no new resources or energy is used.
Here is an interesting statistic, approximately 640,000 tons of books are deposited in the landfill annually at an average weight of 4 pounds each. This averages out to about 320 million books discarded each year that are not recycled. Wow!
As avid readers become more conscious of the environmental consequence of disposable books, we are looking for a more sustainable way to shop.
Our vintage books are authentic, sustainable, and unique. So make a difference, be eco-friendly- your way.
All of my vintage books are sourced from personal collections found in estate sales.
When you shop with Reading Vintage, you are saving a book from the landfill.
I'm passionate about preserving our past and passionate about the power of books to tell stories.
Because my goal at Reading Vintage is to connect readers to books, I hope to save these books from the landfill.
I'm proud to offer these books that are gently used. For anyone interested in the environment, browse our online shelves so you can find the titles you love in a way that's more environmentally friendly.
Pam of Reading Vintage
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May 27, 2021
Reading these books you loved as a child to your children, you could travel the world, meet interesting people and solve a mystery or just giggle at the antics the characters got into. Reading is fun!
November 24, 2020
Julia Child, not just a bestselling author and chef. Julia Child was much more than a bestselling cookbook writer and chef. She was also a breast cancer survivor, a TV trailblazer, and a government spy throughout her life.
1- Spy During World War II
September 24, 2020 1 Comment
Do your everyday reading habits consist of Facebook updates, texts from friends, or the recipe in your favorite cookbook for your next meal? Push notifications are always alerting us about breaking news, e-mails comments, or advertising.
If you've become one of the many people who doesn't make a habit of reading daily, you might be missing out on vital exercise for your brain.