When Mommy Loves Bama and Daddy Loves Auburn

When Mommy Loves Bama and Daddy Loves Auburn


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What are a young brother and sister to do, when growing up in a "house divided?" A humorous take on the classic Alabama/Auburn college football rivalry is presented through the eyes of two young fans eager to navigate the often-turbulent waters known as "The Iron Bowl Day."

Spoofing the vintage style of classic children's books, this hilarious book features richly-colored, hand-painted illustrations. Definitely not just for kids, this romp is for anyone who truly understands the unique challenges of a mixed Crimson Tide/Auburn Tigers household!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989435208
Publisher: Sweet Biscuit Productions
Publication date: 07/07/2013
Pages: 28
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)

About the Author

Writer/actress Deb Hiett was raised in a happy "house divided" in Birmingham, and she cheers both the Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers to this day. After years of performing and writing in New York City, Deb moved to Los Angeles where her short comedy film, "A Bit of Counseling" (co-written and performed with Richard Kuhlman), won the Audience Choice Awards at the Palm Beach International Film Festival and the L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival. Deb has created and performed two one-woman comedy shows, in New York (Village Voice called her "the bold new voice in solo . . . a sure-shot writer") and at The Second City in Los Angeles. She has appeared as an actress on "Arrested Development," "Parks and Recreation," "The Office," "Desperate Housewives," "Prison Break," "Boston Legal," and "Real Time with Bill Maher," among other television shows and films. In addition to writing and performing, Deb soothes her Southern homesickness by growing her own collards, okra, and watermelon. She's also been known to play the accordion.


Originally from Holdrege, Nebraska, artist Amy Lynn Stevenson earned a B.F.A. from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 1995. Then she moved to Minneapolis, where she worked as an artist for almost nine years. In 2004, Amy Lynn moved to Los Angeles. With one exhibit after another, art critics hailed her as "one to watch" and she was soon featured in leading art publications such as Art Collectors Magazine and Art World News. She was commissioned to do a series of paintings for the Kyoto Grand Hotel in Los Angeles. Her artwork has been prominently featured on television, including the FOX hit, "Hell's Kitchen." In 2011, she became a Disney Fine Artist and is producing her own originals and limited editions with Collector's Editions and Disney Fine Art, which are shown in Disney Galleries Worldwide.

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