Sadly, pre-orders aren’t availble today but we’ve got a Publication Date to share: 24th November 2017
Title: C is for Cabbage
Compiled and Edited by Emma Ennis
“ A Beautiful Collection.”
~ Eoin Colfer, author of the Artemis Fowl series
“I urge you to buy this book which will enable Aoibheann’s Pink Tie to continue their great work on behalf of children with cancer and their families. The work they do is born out of love and compassion and deserves your attention.”
~ Travis Fimmel, Vikings
In aid of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, the national children’s cancer charity.
C is for Cabbage, a collection of 20 short stories from 17 truly terrified authors. Open with care, because the pages are crawling with fairies, lobsters, and strangely hip dinosaurs. There’s magic and enchantment, detective twins and drunken wizards. It’s got ghosts, ghouls, and lovestruck vampires; zombies, secret societies, and strange little men who tinker with toys.
With fun and frolics, and maybe a mild curse or two (not to mention an extraordinary pair of knitting needles,) C is for Cabbage is sure to have something for everyone, children and adults alike.
Available on Amazon in print and eBook, and from the Aoibheann’s Pink Tie website.
About Aoibheann’s Pink Tie
Aoibheann’s Pink Tie was set up in 2010 by Mick Rochford and Jimmy Norman after the tragic loss of Jimmy’s daughter Aoibheann to cancer, aged just 8 years. During Aoibheann’s year long battle, the family found little or no financial or practical support for children and their families.
When Aoibheann passed away the men wore pink ties at the funeral – Aoibheann’s favourite colour. The charity was formed in her memory to provide practical, emotional and financial support for the complete family unit of the child going through treatment on St. John’s Oncology ward in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital.
Aoibheann’s Pink Tie receives no government funding, and support is from donations and the tireless work of volunteers. Aoibheann’s Pink Tie employs only one part-time paid employee. In 2014 Wages comprised 1% and expenses 6.5% of overall donations received.
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