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Heather Heublein

Book Signing

Wednesday, October 24th,11am-1pm

A Book Barn, 640 Clovis Ave. (559) 297-9052

My book is a cookbook aimed for families called Crouching Mama Hidden Veggies.

I’m a mom of two young children who refuse to eat their vegetables like any normal children. They taught me to be creative on how to get them to eat their veggies, so I learned to hide them in their everyday food such as pancakes, applesauce, meatloaf, and even in cakes and cookies! These recipes are foods that we eat every day and I wanted to share them to help everyone get their daily servings of vegetables. Every recipe has been picky kid tasted and approved!

Heather will be speaking about her inspiration for writing this book as well as answering questions. There will also be samples available from some of her recipes!

Stop by to purchase your signed and personalized copy!


** Latoya Marshall Signing
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November 3rd, 11 – 1pm

Stop by to purchase your signed and personalized copy!

** Latoya Marshall was born Latoya Nicole Marshall, on September 15, 1985 in Oakland, California. From the age of six until seventeen she was removed from both parents due to drug related issues and placed into foster care. Latoya’s life has been filled with various experiences. She moved between multiple foster homes, and became a runaway, living on her own, learning to survive the best way she could. At the age of 18 she had her first child and a second one at the age of 23. Throughout her 33 years of life she has endured heartbreak, abandonment, rejection, abuse, and loss, which have only made her stronger.
Latoya now lives in Merced, California, working full-time, she’s pursuing her degree in business at Merced College, while raising her two children, and documenting her growth as a writer and her journey as a foster child through her memoirs.

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