I’ve been reading some fabulous books lately – all sourced from our local library – which are challenging my thinking about a range of things relating to food, how I raise animals and garden, and how I parent. I thought I’d share some of the titles as now seems to be the time of year to get stuck into a good book – especially if you can find a nice warm spot to enjoy reading them in.

I haven’t necessarily agreed with all the sentiments in these books but they’ve all made me question why and how I do what I do – they’ve definately got my grey matter churning! I’ve put a link on each to the Amazon site, where there are reviews on each.

Folks, this aint normal – One farmers advice for happier hens, healthier people, and a better world‘ by Joel Salatin

‘Meat – A Benign Extravagance’ by Simon Fairlie

Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon

‘Down to Earth – a guide to simple living’ by Rhonda Hetzel

‘This little kiddy went to market: the corporate capture of childhood’ by Sharon Beder; with Wendy Varney and Richard Gosden

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