Book Tour & Book Review: Babe in the Woods by Yvonne Wakefield #blogtour #bookreview #giveaway #memoir #nonfiction #rabtbooktours @RABTBookTours


Biography and Memoir, Adventure

Date Published: October 26, 2021

Publisher: Pepin Enterprises

At age eighteen, Yvonne set out to build a home from trees on 80 acres she bought on an Oregon mountainside. In 1975, log by log she creates a cabin and heals from an orphaned past, finding a new family in the forest, and with people in a valley named John Day.

Babe in the Woods: Self Portrait is the second in a three-book series. It chronicles a span in Yvonne's four decades long relationship with her log cabin and the people she meets in the valley. The book continues Yvonne's story of learning to live in the wilderness within and outside of herself. It is also a story of rogue bears, building a bear-proof log studio, a young artist's development, and the trials and triumph of finding oneself, alone in the backwoods.

Summed up for me... Beautifully written. I felt each and every part of this story. I think that there was a great connection of the people who came in and out of the story and Yvonne's life and I felt like I could see them through the pages.

Smooth and Effortless, this is the kind of story that will stick with you. 

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