No, I'm not talking about anything eco or sustainable. I'm talking about the color most found in nature, like kelly and pine, forest and sage, and some khaki and neon, too. I recently joined a Goodreads group and one of their challenges was to read books with green covers during the month of March. I love stuff like this, so I was on board.
TBR Pile - Green Books
I'm currently reading and loving Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert Beatty (Middle Grade). I also have a bookmark in Rule by Jay Crownover (New Adult - NA).
Being a slow reader, there is no way I'll get through all of these, but I will definitely read FanGirl by Rainbow Rowell (NA) before I leave the "Green" phase.
The other books in by To Be Read pile, pictured above, that have a dab of green on the cover are:
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (Young Adult)
Ivy + Bean: No News is Good News by Annie Barrows (Chapter Book - CB)
Please feel free to share your green book in the comments :)