I found "It's Easy Being Green" to be horribly slapped together, with nothing new to offer anyone who's been around since "green" became popular. At least they recycled ideas? I don't know, maybe a total noob to the green scene would find something to learn in here, which I guess would redeem it a little bit.
There are typos throughout this book, never a good sign; they make me cranky even when I'm reading a GOOD book. In this book, they reinforced the feeling that someone threw together a bunch of obvious "hints" in order to make a quick buck.
I couldn't bring myself to do anything but page through this one a couple of times.