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Wed July 23, 2014

How To Quinoa on Access Utah Wednesday

How to Quinoa- a book about hipster culture, children, and food.
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Forget the royal baby and Suri Cruise. Meet Quinoa, a viral sensation and star of the popular Pinterest board, My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter. Quinoa is a trendy, fashion-forward girl who, when she’s not hanging out with her BFFs Chevron and Aioli, is teaching the world about proper parenting, fashion and accessorization, etiquette for play dates, and much more.

In “How to Quinoa: Life Lessons from My Imaginary Well-Dressed Daughter,” Tiffany Beveridge speaks through her imaginary brainchild to offer remarkably accurate—and hilarious—insights into our obsession with hipster culture, food, and fashion. In her distinctive voice, Quinoa takes readers on a tour of high-fashion fun, filled with snapshots from her virtual life as the world's most influential preschooler, plus hints, tips, and best practices to transform anyone’s lifestyle and wardrobe from snore to roar. Quinoa has everything covered—from raising a superior child to securing a compatible BFF, from traveling in style to finding one’s own path to designer happiness, complete with hip hobbies like drinking flavored lemonades from mason jars.  

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Tiffany Beveridge is a freelance copywriter who has written everything from consumer catalogs to radio ads for national brands. An avid blogger, Facebooker, and pinner, she turned Pinterest on its head by using it in a way it hadn’t been used before—to tell a fictional story. Beveridge lives with her husband and two wonderful (but averagely dressed) sons in Landenberg, PA. Follow her on Twitter at @ImaginaryQuinoa and on Pinterest at My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter.

Tiffany Beveridge will appear at The King’s English Bookshop in SLC on Wednesday, July 30 at 7:00 p.m. and Barnes and Noble in the University Crossings Plaza in Orem on Friday, August 1 at 7:00 p.m.

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