The Yorkshire Shepherdess : How I Left City Life Behind to Raise a Family - and a FlockPublication details: United Kingdom; Pan Macmillan; 2014Description: 308 Pages; HardbackISBN:
- 636.30 OWE
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|Book Adult and Young Adult 15-17||Karachi In Store||636.30 OWE (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||PKLC000991|
|Book Adult and Young Adult 15-17||Lahore In Store||636.30 OWE (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Withdrawn||donated to the faislabad festival 2019||PKLC005403|
Amanda Owen has been seen by millions on ITV's The Dales, living a life that has almost gone in today's modern world, a life ruled by the seasons and her animals. She is a farmer's wife and shepherdess, living alongside her husband Clive and seven children at Ravenseat, a 2000 acre sheep hill farm at the head of Swaledale in North Yorkshire. It's a challenging life but one she loves. In The Yorkshire Shepherdess she describes how the rebellious girl from Huddersfield, who always wanted to be a shepherdess, achieved her dreams. Full of amusing anecdotes and unforgettable characters, the book takes us from fitting in with the locals to fitting in motherhood, from the demands of the livestock to the demands of raising a large family in such a rural backwater. Amanda also evokes the peace of winter, when they can be cut off by snow without electricity or running water, the happiness of spring and the lambing season, and the backbreaking tasks of summertime - haymaking and sheepshearing - inspiring us all to look at the countryside and those who work there with new appreciation.
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