“Living Large in Our Little House is the open, honest, and enjoyable story of Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell's journey to simpler living. Woven into this well-written narrative is a wealth of solid advice from her, and others in the tiny house scene.”
– Derek "Deek" Diedricksen, designer, author of Microshelters, and host of HGTV's Tiny House Builders
“With her down-to-earth and elegant storytelling, Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell reveals that there’s a tremendous joy in living simply, without debt, and with a strong connection to the land—in short, a truly sustainable lifestyle. For those interested in living lightly and fully, this book is an elixir for realizing your dreams, describing a path to Living Large on a lot less than most people ever imagine.”
– Sarah Susanka, architect and author of The Not So Big House series and The Not So Big Life
“Living Large in Our Little House mixes a sense of history with personal anecdote, case studies, interesting personalities, and tips and tricks. It really has something for everyone in its pages and will inspire countless people to get busy living!”
– Andrew Odom, co-founder of Tiny r(E)volution (www.tinyrevolution.us)
"Living Large in Our Little House offers big insights into the realities of tiny house living. Whether you're thinking of going small for financial or environmental reasons - or because tiny houses are too cute to resist - this is a must-read guide to help you make smart decisions and enter into tiny house living with a Living Large attitude."
– Jodi Helmer, sustainable living expert and author of The Green Year: 365
“Living Large in Our Little House helps put faces to a movement that's often portrayed as being about houses rather than the people who live in them. It's the people who make the stories come alive."
– Greg Johnson, SmallHouseSociety.net
"The author didn’t join the tiny-house movement entirely by choice—financial circumstances prompted her and her husband to move into a 480-sq.-ft. cabin in the Ozarks. She’s since embraced the lifestyle, and her book includes personal anecdotes, interviews with families living in tiny homes across the U.S., and advice on decorating and on making the most of outdoor space." Readers Digest, June
– Jennifer McCartney, Publishers Weekly