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The Wild Year : a story of homelessness, perseverance and hope, Hardback Book

The Wild Year : a story of homelessness, perseverance and hope Hardback

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This book tells the uplifting true story of a family who left their old life behind to spend a year living wild in a tent around Britain. With a baby and a toddler, mounting debt, work demands and stress trampling over their desire to spend time together as a family in nature, Jen and Sim Benson move out of their rented accommodation, sell up their possessions and decide to live in a tent for a year as nomads around rural Britain. This is the story of that year - the highs and the lows - the doubts, epiphanies and the weather. Detailing one family's search for a life in the wild, away from the screens and stresses of modern life, this captivating memoir is a must read for nature lovers or anyone who has dreamed of a life outdoors. It's nature writ large with the joys and challenges of each season experienced under canvas, a story of ultimate freedom in the beautiful landscapes of Britain.

This is a book that gently steals up on you and captures your heart.

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