In the 1950s, a copper-haired little girl was growing up in the hills of southern Indiana.
She spent her days playing in the woods and making mud pies with her little brothers. But when her family began to crumble apart, she and her five brothers were separated from their parents and each other. At the age of ten, she became a foster child. Then at the age of twelve, she was adopted and uprooted to live in northern Indiana, where she struggled to adapt to her strange surroundings and new parents.
This memoir chronicles the journey of Little Copperhead-her earliest memories, her joys, tears, and adventures-and the difficult teen years intensified with being adopted at an older age.
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About the Author
KATHY KEIFFER is a wife, mother, grandmother, and author, who lives in The Hocking Hills of Southern Ohio.
When not reading or writing, you can find her tending her honey bees, pulling weeds in her organic vegetable garden, or picking wild blackberries in the woods.