The holidays are over, a new year has started, and January is Hot Tea Month. What better way to celebrate the cold Ohio weather than with a cup of hot tea? Tea has been around for a very long time and there are a lot of different varieties. Grab your cup, your favorite blend, and curl up with a good book celebrating all things tea!
The Healing Powers of Tea by Cal Orey
Learn the history of tea, the different types, and the ways it can improve your health.
Infuse: Herbal Teas to Cleanse, Nourish, and Heal by Paula Grainger & Karen Sullivan
Discover more ways that herbal teas can heal.
Steeped: Recipes Infused with Tea by Annalies Zijderveld
Try a new recipe that includes steeped tea.
The Leaf Reader by Emily Arsenault
Reading tea leaves for fun, until it becomes dangerous.
Pekoe Most Poison by Laura Childs
The 18th book in The Tea Shop mystery series…learn all about a “rat tea” and solve the murder.
The Seafront Tearoom by Vanessa Greene
Three women become friends while searching for the perfect tearoom.
The Tea Planter’s Wife by Dinah Jefferies
Gwendolyn thinks she has married into the ideal tea empire, but things aren’t what they seem and no one will tell her what happened to her husband’s first wife.
The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See
The outside world arrives at a remote village and Li-yan realizes there is more to life than farming tea. She has a baby out of wedlock and the baby grows up over seas and through the years, they both wonder what has happened to the other.
Click on the links above to request items, or ask a librarian for more suggestions! You can get more reading recommendations from our staff: find our booklists for adults, teens, and kids online, or subscribe to our Recommended Reads e-newsletter for a monthly delivery of staff picks!