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Uncle John???s Certified Organic Bathroom Reader (Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Classic) by Bathroom Readers' Institute (2009-04-14)

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  • By CeeCee Mills on September 8, 2013

    This book will join my vast collection of Uncle John's readers. It's packed with all kinds of organic/green information. Uncle John's format of short, fact filled articles is great. I'm glad I purchased this book.

  • By Guest on April 20, 2009

    I love the "Uncle John's Bathroom Reader" series and I own nearly all of them and usually get the newest one as soon as it is published. I was extremely disappointed in this book - unless you are a card-carrying tree hugger, you will probably find it as boring as I did. This book totally lacks the humor of the other books.

  • By G. E. Jones on May 19, 2009

    I have read at least 20 Bathroom Readers and this was probably the most uninteresting of them all. The cover is cute but the contents are dull. I was glad when I finally finished it.

  • By Jerry Guild on August 25, 2013

    Conservation,The Green Movement,Recycle,Global Warming using less,stop pollution,save energy,more efficient everything,solar panels,windmills,reduce fossil fuel use,save the forests,electric cars,fluorescent light bulbs replacing incandescent,Organic foods,Enviromental Protection Agency,getting rid of plastic bags ,reduce garbage going into landfills,carbon footprints,and on and on are terms that have been swamping us for decades now.But what do they all mean,who and what is behind it all,what is one to believe or is a lot of it nonsense or wishful thinking? Opposing views are everywhere ;all kinds of money is involved,be it government grants for studies,as well as money for research and development and even manufacture.Then there are those massive amounts spent on articles in media,and an endless stream of books on every subject imaginable. So what is one to do,who to believe,what to buy;that is the question.Well,Uncle John and the Bathroom Readers Institute have taken on the immense task of trying to inform you about all these things and I think they have done a super job of it all. In all these subjects,there is massive information and misinformation.Some ideas are valid and others are nothing but self serving agenda. As I read through this reader,I found much of what I already knew,and much of opposing views and much slanted information. However,Uncle John has made an excellent job of "sorting the wheat from the chasff";and tries to deal with the best valid information on each subject. After reading this edition of the Bathroom Reader;you may not know all the answers,but for sure,you will be much better informed and be better equipped to make choices in the future.

  • By Guest on July 31, 2017

    While almost all Uncle John's BRs are pretty upbeat and interesting, this is OK. But a lot of the stories are boring or depressing.

  • By Thomas Ronald on July 27, 2017

    What am I three years old? Anyway a great book to give your science teacher

  • By Chris on May 27, 2013

    The book was ok. There were some cool things to learn/ read about, but also some boring things that i skipped. It was not the best bathroom reader that i have read but it was not awful either. If you are into recycling or how certain things started in the recycling secter then you might wanna read it.

  • By Dennis on May 20, 2016

    For trivia buffs for sure.


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