Book Review: Sleep Tight Farm

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We don’t live on a farm but we are surrounded by them! I loved how ‘Sleep Tight Farm’ depicts a berry, vegetable and hay farm preparing for winter; a pleasant change from a livestock farm book.

So much of the illustrations were reminiscent of our Michigan topography and climate…even the sky tonight was almost a mirror image of the one on the cover.

Author Eugenie Doyle runs the Last Resort Farm in Vermont and I think that her background and perspective bring a very authentic feel to the book.

I just adored the rural farm illustrations by Becca Stadtlander.

This is a great cozy read as we prepare our homes (or farms) for that first snowfall.

Published by Chronicle Books in 2016

Available from Amazon

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Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson

Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson

An avid reader, Natalie offers her perspective on her favorite adult and children's reads over at @livingbythepagewithnatalie on Instagram.Professionally, she is the CEO of Saltar Consulting.
Prior to that she has served as a Team Leader at Chatham Financial Europe in the UK, the Associate Director of the International Center & Admissions at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, the NGO and Policy Coordination Officer at the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and a consultant for the Corporate Executive Board.

She holds a Bachelors in International Relations and Spanish from Tufts University and a Masters in International Relations from the LSE. She is also an accredited practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) as well as a certified CultureActive® cross-cultural trainer. Further, she serves as a guest writer for the Huffington Post.

A truly global citizen, Natalie is Argentine-American and has worked, studied and volunteered in over 35 countries. She currently resides in Ann Arbor, MI with her husband and three children.
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