James Rebanks has crafted a fascinating inside look at his family's sheep farm, proving that this is more than a rural way of life. As Karutani writes, "It’s a book about a way of life essentially unchanged for centuries in an era that’s all about change and flux. And it’s a book about a farming family whose history has played out in the fields, hills and villages between the Lake District and the Pennines for at least six centuries." Click the title to read the full NYT article.

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