Saving Emma the Pig: The Biggest Little Farm Book Signing and Pre-Order
Once Upon A Time is excited to partner with Apricot Lane Farms for the book signing of Saving Emma the Pig by John Chester, author, farmer, and award-winning documentary filmmaker of The Biggest Little Farm. This special event will be hosted at Apricot Lane Farms where there will be a tour of the farm where all the magical heartwarming animal and human relationships are created. The tour has sold out! Get tickets for the documentary. The tour will be followed by a book signing.
Discover the story behind Emma the Pig!
For a signed and personalized copy to ship after the tour and book signing on June 1st, 2019:
Please place your order below before Sunday, May 26th and indicate if you would like a copy signed and/or personalized with a name.
If you are picking up at the farm, please let us know!
About the Book: Welcome to Apricot Lane Farm, a unique world full of true stories about heartwarming animals’ relationships and the special people who care for them. When Emma the pig arrives at the Apricot Lane Farm, she is about to give birth to piglets. But she is also sick, and after her seventeen babies arrive, Emma is unable to care for them. Taking care of seventeen piglets and a sick mama pig are a challenge for Farmer John and his team. But the cure for Emma reminds them what is most important—for pigs and for humans: love and friendship. From the team behind the much-lauded documentary, The Biggest Little Farm, comes a heartfelt picture book based on a true story of one incredible pig and the human and animal friends who helped her to beat the odds.
About the Author: John Chester spent the first twenty years of his career making documentary films. In addition to running their 214-acre regenerative farm, serving as farm manager with his wife, Molly Chester, John wrote and directed The Biggest Little Farm, an award-winning documentary about his and Molly's move from city life to Apricot Lane Farms, and the Emmy Award-winning short films about the farm that have appeared on Oprah's "Super Soul Sunday." He and Molly live with their son, Beauden, on the farm, which is located outside of Santa Barbara, California. Visit them at Apricotlanefarms.com
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