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The Biggest Little Farm

Posted by bpardue on 09/13/19

Emmy-winning documentarian John Chester and his wife Molly (a chef with a dedication to traditional foods) are evicted from their apartment because their dog, Todd, barks too much when they're not around. They sense he needs more space. What do they do? Start a farm, of course! To increase the challenge, they choose a decrepit, run-down farm with poor...
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Heartland : A Memoir Of Working Hard And Being Broke In The Richest Country On Earth

Posted by JoanL on 09/09/19

In Heartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth, journalist Sarah Smarsh details her Midwestern background in Kansas and addresses the harsh realities of...
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Gravity is the Thing

Posted by LucyS on 08/31/19

Gravity is the Thing is a self-help book, sort of, in fiction. Abi Sorensen is the owner of the Happiness Café and mother of four-year-old Oscar. She and several others have been invited to an all-expenses paid retreat to learn the truth about...

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