Once Upon a Flock

I’ve been following Lauren Scheuer’s blog Scratch and Peck ever since I first came across her wonderful illustrations …

This month, Lauren’s book, Once Upon a Flock, was published. Subtitled ‘Life with my soulful chickens’, it’s a delightful account of Lauren’s love affair with her hens (and a dog called Marky) … one with which most backyard henkeepers will identify. The book is full of illustrations and photographs, but it’s the story that really absorbs your attention, as Lauren tells how she got started with hens (and eventually grew a rooster all of her own) … and like any good story it has its ups and downs (as you’ll know if you read her blog or follow her on FB).

Visit Lauren’s blog for details of a blog tour and more reviews.

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  1. Hen Garden, What a wonderful surprise to click onto your blog as I do regularly, and find MY BOOK as the topic of your post! Thank you so much for enjoying the book and writing about it.


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