It’s time for another installment of Bound Goodness! You would think with my book addiction *yes it is an addiction, four bookshelves and one storage cabinet (which is about the size of a coat closet in the states) full of books provides the proof*, I would post Bound Goodness more often. I’ll blame the insanity of the past couple of months on my lack of book collecting. With things finally settling down, our new school year approaching, and the summer heat keeping us inside I’m pretty sure I’ll have many more books to share.

So what’s on the agenda this post? Judaism, Atheism, and Veganism, Oh My!

*(denotes book is currently on its way to my mailbox)


The Jewish Bible: Tanakh The Holy Scriptures

*The Torah for Children: Sefer Bereishis, Volume 1: Bereishis, Noach, Lech Lecha, Vayera

*The Illustrated Torah


Atheist Manifesto

The Atheist’s Way: Living Well Without Gods


*The Kind Diet: A Simple Guide to Feeling Great, Losing Weight, and Saving the Planet

*Supermarket Vegan: 225 Meat-Free, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Recipes for People in the Real World

*The Vegan Table: 200 Unforgettable Recipes for Entertaining Every Guest at Every Occasion

*Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook

*The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Vegan Eating for Kids

*The Happy Herbivore Cookbook: Over 175 Delicious Fat-Free and Low-Fat Vegan Recipes

So what bound goodness has found its way to your bookshelves?

Copyright(c)2011 Rayven Holmes


  1. Fun and diverse reading list!
    I'm interested to see where you go with the vegan lifestyle. I have several friends who are vegan, raw, or strict veg and they all insist that that lifestyle is the best!

  1. Next time we get together I'd love to flip through the first 2 on the list - most especially The Torah for Children. Did you order them online or find at our bookstore here????

    Side note: I saw 2 different Kwanzaa books the other day in the Bookmark. Children's section, VERY bottom shelf, about 2/3 of the way from the door. They had a few other history/holiday things along with them. There was one that looked really neat. And I found a SUPER cool All About Airplanes book you guys might like.

  1. Books on my nearest shelf include "Great Short Works Of Henry David Thoreau", "Exploring Language" by Gary Goshgarian, and "The Last Days of Dogtown" by Anita Diamant.
    Good books, all!

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