Rooted

Rooted

Literary Biography & Memoir
Paperback Published on: 02/03/2023
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Rooted
a beautiful book reminding us of our connection to the land
Penguin were kind enough to send me a copy of this before paperback release - I bumped it up my TBR when I found that it had been shortlisted for the Wainw... READ MORE
Megan at Peterborough

Synopsis

When barrister and author Sarah Langford left her city life behind she found herself unexpectedly back in the world of farming. It was not how she remembered. Instead, she saw farmers dealing with very different problems to those faced by her grandfather, considered a hero for having fed a starving nation after war.

Now farmers faced accusations of ecological mismanagement by a hostile urban media whilst battling extreme weather and political upheaval. Yet as Sarah learned how to farm and grew closer to the land, she discovered a new generation on a path of regenerative change.

In Rooted, Sarah weaves her own story around those who taught her what it means to be a farmer. She shines a light on the human side of modern farming, and shows how land connects us all, not only in terms of global sustainability but in our relationships with our physical and mental health, our communities and our planet.

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780241991824
  • Number of pages: 368
  • Weight: 260g
  • Dimensions: 196 x 130 x 28 mm

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Rooted
A wonderful book
Just a wonderful book!
Edward
Rooted
Wonderful in every way! A total must-read
Langford writes with both the enthusiastic curiosity and technical knowledge that only someone with her fascinating life could have accomplished so elegant... READ MORE
Patrick Keating
Rooted
A book every single human should read.
I can’t express how much this book resonated with me - especially the feeling of lack of connection to the land and how misunderstood the farming community... READ MORE
Joanna Wilson