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The Biggest Little Farm

John Chester’s The Biggest Little Farm picture book series is based upon his award-winning documentary film and the Emmy Award-winning short films that have been featured on Oprah’s “Super Soul Sunday.” Beautifully illustrated by Jennifer L. Meyer, these books tell the true stories of the heartwarming relationships between animals and the people who care for them at Apricot Lane Farm.

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    • The Biggest Little Farm
      Written by John Chester; illustrated by Jennifer L. Meyer
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    • A companion picture book to the award-winning film, "The Biggest Little Farm"!

      Welcome to Apricot Lane Farm, a unique world full of true stories about heartwarming animals’...

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John Chester

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.

Jennifer L. Meyer

Jennifer L. Meyer is an award-winning artist whose work has been featured multiple times in the Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art annual, Spectrum. Born into a fantasy-loving military family, she grew up a big fan of comics, reading, and drawing animals (especially bunnies). Jennifer's art has appeared in comic books, children's books, graphic novels, and other media. She is the illustrator of the Calpurnia Tate, Girl Vet series by Jacqueline Kelly.