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Reese Witherspoon & Hello Sunshine


Reese Witherspoon and KitchenAid presents Eat the Book. A food series based bringing food scenes to life from a book. This is a cool way to cook and connect with readers. Jasmine Guillory (The Proposal) is the book presented with host Christina Milian. All women are represented author, chef and host. An incredible way to utilize platform and versatility. Each woman represents Brains Books and Beauty. Created by a woman for women. 

Reese Witherspoon founder of Hello Sunshine and Reese's Book Club, she recently launched Reese's Book Club App. She chooses a book with a woman at the center of the story. 

"We make our choices thoughtfully and look for ways to deepen our connection to books, authors and ourselves"

Hello Sunshine:

Reese's Book Club App. 

Article Reference:

The Proposal


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