Chicken & Hen

Chicken and HenPart of P+H Books’ Childhood 6 of 1 series, “micro-memoir” Chicken & Hen is the story of when my family adopted a tiny, talkative three-year-old from the other side of town. It’s available as an anthology (e-book and paperback) or as a standalone story (e-book and paperback). It’s been a Top 5 book on adoption on and has consistently stayed in the Top 40 for books on siblings. Who knew there was such a category?




Childhood 6 of 1Childhood 6 of 1 stars amazing authors including US author, activist and superhero Tania Katan, English writer and poet Sophia Blackwell, Trinidadian writer and artist Andrew J. Fitt, writer and disability rights activist Hillary Savoie and Trinidadian-Canadian writer and illustrator Tracy Craig! I’m proud to be a part of this bunch!





5 star, A Family Love Story

In this short memoir about adoption Aefa Mulholland takes the reader right into her own 10 year-old world of bewilderment, disappointment and sheer joy as her family seeks to adopt a child. And then takes us into Brian’s life and what he brought to her and to the family. It wasn’t always joy, but what shines through is the love. I came away feeling sore for Brian’s thwarted search for a positive life, despite all the love, and full of joy for Aefa Mulholland and Brian’s Wee Joe and all their adventures together. A must read! – Jennifer, on

5 star, A poignant story of an adopted little brother

A short memoir detailing the relationship between the author and her adopted brother. You’ll both laugh and cry at the stories from their first introductions through their lives together. It’s a compelling read that left me with a lump in my throat. – Eoin,

5 star, Beautiful recollection, honestly told

Heartwarming short story which left me smiling and with a tear in my eye at the same time! Passed this on to my mother and my, never reads a book, husband, who both loved it as much as I did. – Christina,

5 star, Must Read

This little gem had my laughing and crying all in the space of half an hour. It is a must read for anyone. – Barrie,

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