"Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life" by Barbara Kingsolver and family. This book is far from new, so many of you may have already had the chance to enjoy.
In case you aren't acquainted with the book, I will give you the gist. The author and her family commit to a year of local food. They try to eat only items they have harvested themselves or can get locally (with a few exceptions). The project was inspired by the desire to cut their carbon footprint and place importance on food, family, and growing culture.
So if you are looking for some summer reading, maybe pick this up. Perhaps you will be inspired to garden, go to a farmer's market, or just look a little more carefully while shopping in the grocery store. Whatever you are inspired to do, surely it will make a difference.
Have you read "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle"? Did you enjoy it? What did you most get out of the book?