This ebook is entirely about Dandelion, which i've been studying in March (and early April!). I've been listening to the Real Herbalism Radio podcast, by the same folks, so when i found a book written by them i knew it would be worth reading.
The ebook is great if you really want to focus in on one plant and get some broad knowledge. It's really accessible; they talk about practical uses, using everyday language. They do mention things like particular chemical constituents, or the fact that studies have been done on a quality they're explaining, but they don't go deep into the science and chemistry end of things.
Candace Hunter and Sue Sierralupé have a bunch of different ebooks about various plants. And they also have a podcast!
I've been listening to Real Herbalism Radio for a year or so, and I'm pretty into it. It's a pretty relaxed, conversational, warts-and-all podcast, (if someone stumbles over a word they usually just leave it in), with good content. They interview interesting folks and offer a lot of really great info about herbalism. The information they offer lines up with what i know to be good reliable information, and they have the experience and knowledge to always offer me lots of things that i didn't already know. The podcast itself isn't especially grounded in political analysis, but when politics come up they seem to be decent folks. If you're looking for podcasts to help expand your knowledge about herbalism, this one's a good choice.