Fresh Eggs

Fresh Eggs

Rob Levandoski / Feb 17, 2020

Fresh Eggs Calvin Cassowary is ready to do whatever it takes to keep Cassowary Farm in the family for one generation Hatching a scheme to specialize in chickens soon he s got a million hens laying eggs for Gall

  • Title: Fresh Eggs
  • Author: Rob Levandoski
  • ISBN: 9781579620486
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Calvin Cassowary is ready to do whatever it takes to keep Cassowary Farm in the family for one generation Hatching a scheme to specialize in chickens, soon he s got a million hens laying eggs for Gallinipper Foods, but he s getting deeper and deeper into debt To make matters worse, his chicken loving daughter Rhea starts growing feathers Filled with as many tears aCalvin Cassowary is ready to do whatever it takes to keep Cassowary Farm in the family for one generation Hatching a scheme to specialize in chickens, soon he s got a million hens laying eggs for Gallinipper Foods, but he s getting deeper and deeper into debt To make matters worse, his chicken loving daughter Rhea starts growing feathers Filled with as many tears and chuckles, Rob Levandoski s Fresh Eggs is a provocative father daughter tale guaranteed to make you ponder the realities of modern farming and think twice the next time someone asks, white or dark meat

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    1. There are enough hens in America for everyone to have one. And each year, they produce more than 6 billion eggs, so get cracking. In the mid 1970s, medical concerns about cholesterol just about broke the industry, but recently, all the king's horses and all the king's men have been refining those studies, and eggs have been rolling back into dieticians' recommendations.If you've still got an appetite after Eric Schlosser's "FastFoodNation," break open "Fresh Eggs," a plucky satire by Rob Levando [...]


    2. Thanks Sarah! I love that you sent this to me!This was a quick, light read. I think I only recommend it for people who like quick, light reads, and maybe even only for people who are obsessed with chickens, like myself. I don't think it was the most well written book, but it was engaging.Since I am obsessed with chickens and with food issues, this book was really relevant.



    3. I picked this up because the title appealed to me and I was a little fed up with reading about war, genocide and the perpetrators and victims thereof and thought ha,light reading.So ok, now we are onto factory-farming, the ppressors of chickens and the poor imprisoned, debeaked little egg machines themselves and a girl who becomes their de facto patron saint, sort of.It all romps along in a jolly sort of way, quite well-written and quite badly edited. Not copy-edited, but a proper editor sitting [...]


    4. FRESH EGGS made me THINK about the plight of chickens raised only to lay eggs for us, and the larger question of whether man should have "dominion over the animals" to the point of not being very pleasant for the animals--or in this case the lowly chickenIn itself this subject would be too painful to investigate, but Rob Levandoski is such a clever writer, and weaves such an interesting story that I really couldn't put the book down until the story ended. The humor was delightful, but the underl [...]


    5. This book was a pleasant surprise. I just happened to find it in the stacks and gave it a whirl. I liked the fact that it was set in Ohio. Although many locations were fiction, the occasional Akron and Kent State appeared throughout. I didn't realize that Rhea's "unusual problem" would turn out to be something as unique as what it was. The family history and little stories in between made me feel as if I knew this family. I'm so glad I found this.


    6. Beautiful. I expected a story about a man trying to save the family farm. I expected a story about the hijinks he got into. I did not expect a story about a young girl losing her mother and gaining chickens. A story about a girl whose heart aches for the layer chickens and cries over what happens to them when they're "spent." I couldn't put the book down, and I loved every minute of reading it.


    7. By far the strangest book I hae ever read. I chose this book because I wanted to step out of the box and read something different. I definately did that. Even though, it was strange it sucked me in and I read it in less than 24 hours.


    8. Odd. Fantastic. Quirky. Well-written. Occasionally disturbing. I eat lots of eggs, but they come from free-range chickens that I know well.



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