Children’s Author Visits The Henryetta Territorial Museum

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Children’s Author, Rachel Sweeden, visited The Henryetta Territorial Museum on Saturday, May 20, 2017.  The author did a book signing and spoke to the audience.  On hand to welcome the special guess was Mike Doak, Henryetta Historical Society President, Nancy Miller, Historical Society board member and Emily Stockholm of the Young Historians of Henryetta and Team Leader for Henryetta History Camp.

Rachael Sweeden
Rachael Sweeden
Author

Rachael Sweeden is the author of the children;s book:  “Pickleberry Bloat”.  Pickleberry Bloat

At the bottom of a hill, after Susie gave a push, Billy fell into a peculiar little bush. Watch what happens when Billy and his dog, Saber, eat the strange berries they discover hidden in a bush. But along with this sweet and sour treat comes an unwelcome feeling in their stomachs. Can Mom and Dad’s concoction save them? You’ll find out in Pickleberry Bloata fun rhyming story that will teach children about proper eating habits.

Children and adults from the Henryetta area were in attendance to meet Rachael Sweeden and for her to autograph the book.

Mike Doak, President Henryetta Historical Society
Mike Doak, President
Henryetta Historical Society
Nancy Miller, Board Member Henryetta Historical Society and Rachael Sweeden
Nancy Miller, Board Member
Henryetta Historical Society
and Rachael Sweeden
Emily Stockholm, Team Leader Henryetta History Camp Young Historians of Henryetta
Emily Stockholm, Team Leader
Henryetta History Camp
Young Historians of Henryetta