Here are some great books that are good for relaxing the mind before bedtime.
Visions of Japan by Kawase Hasui. This guy was a genius who created hundreds of stunning woodblock paintings of rural Japan back in the old days. Guessing he travelled like crazy and mostly on horseback. Pretty sure Toyota wasn't around back then. If you're not familiar with his art, google his name for some amazing prints. I have them all over at home and even as my phone's wallpaper.
Leave the concrete jungle behind! The River Cottage Cookbook. HF-W is a hero of mine (and Tim Ferriss as well). Briliant UK TV series on sustainable living in the countryside (smallholding) Beautiful book with amazing recipes and updates about his projects and the evolution of River Cottage. Only disturbing thing happens in the TV series: slaughtering the livestock after feeding and petting them and playing with them and bonding for months. I'd go ovo-lactogetarian or something...
KL - A sketchbook. Always had a soft spot for watercolours. Combine that with beautiful sketches of our rapidly disappearing heritage buildings in Kuala Lumpur means this may be as close as we get to preserving the heritage buildings here in another few decades. There's writeups on the buildings themselves and there's another book published by the same artist covering historical buildings throughout Malaysia.
Mutts anthology by Patrick McDonnell. Love his style: he brings a deep warmth and joyfulness to animals while they ponder life . Words can't describe it, you have to experience it for yourself. He has a collaboration with Tolle called Guardians of Being, and I love that one too.