Pet Chickens and Witty Mothers Featured in Two New Books from Mill Park Publishing in Idaho

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What kind of chicken lays green eggs? What astronaut's mother told her to keep her feet on the ground? Laugh and learn from these two news books from Idaho authors.

"In a world full of chaos, these two new books bring insight and humor - and could inspire your mama to request scrambled eggs for Mother's Day breakfast!" Elaine Ambrose, publisher

Do you know what kind of chicken lays green eggs? Did you know that an astronaut’s mother once told her to keep her feet on the ground? Learn all about raising chickens and remembering mama from two new books released this spring by Mill Park Publishing of Eagle, Idaho. The premiere party for both books will be Saturday, May 7 at Seasons Bistro in Eagle. Festivities begin at 5:30 and include author readings, a live band, and spunky appetizers. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. As a special Mother’s Day promotion, a package of both books will be sold for $20.

"The Backyard Chicken Fight – How Keeping Chickens in Your Yard is Ruffling Feathers Across the Nation" by author Gretchen Anderson chronicles the stories of people who are fighting city hall for the right to own chickens in their backyards. Anderson also provides a beginner’s guide to keeping hens – complete with instructions for how outfit a coop and how to know when your chicks will be old enough to lay eggs. Anderson is an award-winning humor columnist, author and former television news anchor.

"Mother Knows Best – Wit and Wisdom from Idaho Moms" by author Patti Murphy is a delightful collection of comments that women and men recall hearing from their mothers. Examples range from “Don’t make me stop this car!” to “You’re running away? Let me help you pack!” Murphy is an award-winning writer and the owner of a public relations company in Boise. Proceeds from the book will be donated to the Women’s and Children’s Alliance in Boise in celebration of 100 years of public service.
"In a world full of chaos, these two new books bring insight and laughter, and could inspire your mama to request scrambled eggs for Mother's Day Breakfast," said Elaine Ambrose, publisher.

Mill Park Publishing is owned by author Elaine Ambrose and has published seven books. The new books are available from http://www.millparkpublishing.com and soon will be available at area bookstores including Barnes & Noble, and online from Amazon.com.

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