"I've been a fan of Jenny's sense of humor and passion for years, but my appreciation has just reached a whole new level. I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED this book. I laughed, I cried, and I marveled at this remarkable woman and her incredible story. The Lucky Ones is an absolute treasure."
– Rory Freedman, bestselling author of Skinny Bitch
“The Lucky Ones is a passionate, approachable story that lets us see the connections between us and the rest of the being with whom we share the planet. It'll make you want to hug a bunny!”
–Isa Chandra Moskowitz, bestselling author of Vegan with a Vengeance
"If you care about animals, and if you believe that actions speak louder than words, The Lucky Ones is written for you. It will open your heart and inspire you to greater alignment between your compassion and your life. Jenny Brown's book is beautiful and a blessing."
–John Robbins, bestselling author of The Food Revolution
“Most people are grossly uninformed about the abuses and hazards of animal agriculture. Shining a light on the appalling practices behind America’s agribusinesses, The Lucky Ones is an eye-opening, candid, and irreverently funny memoir from an inspirational activist who shows how much difference one person can make in the world.”
–Gene Baur, founder of Farm Sanctuary and bestselling author of Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds about Animals and Food
“Jenny is a bold, straight-shooting activist whose inspiring story will motivate everyone who wants to help end the suffering of those who can't speak for themselves.”
–Doron Petersan, author of Sticky Fingers’ Sweets
“Jenny Brown is a tireless advocate for precious, yet voiceless creatures everywhere. Her new book The Lucky Ones is powerful, beautiful and heartbreaking – in the best way. This book could change the world, but only if you read it.” –Kris Carr, bestselling author of Crazy Sexy Diet
About the Author
Jenny Brown is the cofounder and director of the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary—a not-for-profit organization and farm animal shelter—a vegan animal rights activist, and previously worked as a television producer until 2002.
Poet and journalist Gretchen Primack is the author of the chapbook, The Slow Creaking of Planets.
Both authors live in Ulster County, New York.