When your children are fighting over the very air they breathe, what are exhausted parents supposed to do? We had our kids write grievance essays, where they ratted each other out and told their truths. 20 years later these family essays are hysterically funny records of the insults and struggles of sharing chairs, the tv remote, and chores.
Ezra and Hadassah: A Portrait of American Royalty is a memoir of a family torn apart due to mental illness and developmental delays. It chronicles the struggles of foster care, adoption and the redemption that comes from reconnecting with imperfect family.