Meet Mark and Janet and their menagerie: Two young kids and a baby on the way, horses, dogs and a llama, escape-prone sheep, offbeat neighbors, and various construction workers laboring to renovate their ramshackle farmhouse. A delightful true account, told with love and humor by award-winning writer Janet Farrar Worthington, of her young family's riotous adventures on their own "Green Acres," as two urban professionals "who had no idea whatsoever what we were doing" start a farm in beautiful Horse Oak, Virginia.
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About the Author
Janet Farrar Worthington, an award-winning science writer, has written and edited numerous health publications and contributed to several health books. With renowned surgeon Patrick C. Walsh, M.D., she has written the bestseller, Dr. Patrick Walsh's Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer (Third Edition, Grand Central Publishing: 2012). Worthington is the editor of Discovery, a research publication for the Brady Urological Institute of Johns Hopkins, and also the editor of Breakthrough, a publication of the Center for Innovative Medicine at Johns Hopkins. The former editor of Hopkins Medical News, the alumni magazine for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, she has also been a national commentator for "Marketplace," a program on public radio.
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Bumble Creek Farm based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Wonderfully funny and engaging. The author tells the story of her family's adventure filled move from suburbia to their new farm in Virginia. With all the trappings that a move entails, it will keep you wondering what's going to happen next!
A joyful tale of a family's adventures as they move from the suburbs to start a farm in Virginia. Very enjoyable and witty.