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Candice Imwalle at Cochise Elementary SchoolI’m so excited to have been interviewed for an article in the Scottsdale Independent and the Paradise Valley Independent. You can read the story here:

They interviewed me because I went to a couple schools in the Paradise Valley and Scottsdale Unified school districts to read “Sir Morgan and the Kingdom of Horrible Food.” I really enjoy reading to them all and talking to them about making healthy decisions. Not only do they ask insightful questions, they tell some really great stories about the food they eat home!

As long as they’ll have me, I see more school readings in my future.

About the Author

As a working mother with two small children, Candice Imwalle understands the challenge of incorporating healthy eating into daily life. In her job as a medical devices regional manager she encounters patients regularly who suffer from vascular disease and Type 2 Diabetes, most commonly caused by a lifetime of poor food choices. Inspired by her job, and the rising obesity rates for both children and adults in the United States, Imwalle decided to search for children’s books about the effects of an unhealthy lifestyle for her kids to read. The lack of options for this kind of children’s literature motivated Imwalle to write her own book – Sir Morgan and the Kingdom of Horrible Food. With a drive to educate children early, so they make good food choices and have a healthy adult life, Imwalle enlisted the writing help of her daughter Isabella and son Cameron, ages five and eight at the time) to assure the book was fun and interesting to younger readers.

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