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Henrietta Sharp and the Magic Lunch Box will be available as an audio book in November, 2012. But you can listen to the first 15-minutes right here.

Let us know what you think, because, well, you’re important to us!

HenriettaSharp First 15 Minutes

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Henrietta Sharp Gets Airtime

Experience Pros Radio Show

Henrietta Sharp was a guest on Experience Pros, talking with co-host Eric Reamer, on AM 560 KLZ. Okay, it was actually my author, Jan Welborn-Nichols, who did the interview. But all they did was talk about me!

Listen in! Experience Pros Interview

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Henrietta Sharp Makes Her Pitch to NY Times

Henrietta Sharp Goes Big Time

I just entered the New York Times “Make Your Pitch” video business plan competition. We want to help kids discover the super power that they can claim by choosing healthy, get-up-and-grow food.

But, before we can do that, Henrietta Sharp has to be discovered. That’s why we entered the competition.

I hope you’ll watch the video and share your comments. You might just be the one who helps us be a better start-up business!

Watch video.

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A Pinto is a Pony and a Bean!

Kitchen Kitty here with a Food Detective video tip.

Kitchen Kitty says thanks for visiting HenriettaSharp.comHardly anyone pays attention to beans and only a few Food Detective types ever eat them. But beans are cool. They’ve got a lot going on, like high fiber, low fat, protein, and minerals that you need if you’re boing to be, well, the very best YOU.

Watch my video.

Tell a cat what you think. Do you eat beans? Will you try ‘em now! Hope so.

Meow, bye!

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Giving Vegetables a Voice

People have asked why I wrote a book with vegetable characters that can talk?

Broccoli

That’s because food has ALWAYS talked to me. But it took a long time before I learned to listen to what my body was saying about the food I ate. That’s why the vegetables in Henrietta Sharp and the Magic Lunch Box can talk and be heard.

Watch video.

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Audio Book Preview

Listen to the First 15-minutes

Henrietta Sharp and the Magic Lunch Box will be available as an audio book in November, 2012. But you can listen to the first 15-minutes right here.

Let us know what you think, because, well, you’re important to us!

HenriettaSharp First 15 Minutes

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Henrietta Sharp Gets Airtime

Experience Pros Radio Show

Henrietta Sharp was a guest on Experience Pros, talking with co-host Eric Reamer, on AM 560 KLZ. Okay, it was actually my author, Jan Welborn-Nichols, who did the interview. But all they did was talk about me!

Listen in! Experience Pros Interview

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Henrietta Sharp Makes Her Pitch to NY Times

Henrietta Sharp Goes Big Time

I just entered the New York Times “Make Your Pitch” video business plan competition. We want to help kids discover the super power that they can claim by choosing healthy, get-up-and-grow food.

But, before we can do that, Henrietta Sharp has to be discovered. That’s why we entered the competition.

I hope you’ll watch the video and share your comments. You might just be the one who helps us be a better start-up business!

Watch video.

Share this:
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A Pinto is a Pony and a Bean!

Kitchen Kitty here with a Food Detective video tip.

Kitchen Kitty says thanks for visiting HenriettaSharp.comHardly anyone pays attention to beans and only a few Food Detective types ever eat them. But beans are cool. They’ve got a lot going on, like high fiber, low fat, protein, and minerals that you need if you’re boing to be, well, the very best YOU.

Watch my video.

Tell a cat what you think. Do you eat beans? Will you try ‘em now! Hope so.

Meow, bye!

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Giving Vegetables a Voice

People have asked why I wrote a book with vegetable characters that can talk?

Broccoli

That’s because food has ALWAYS talked to me. But it took a long time before I learned to listen to what my body was saying about the food I ate. That’s why the vegetables in Henrietta Sharp and the Magic Lunch Box can talk and be heard.

Watch video.

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