Debbie Yanuck began telling family tales about her siblings at a young age, claiming they were nonfiction. She eventually learned to label them fiction, and thus began her writing career. Since then, she has written 11 nonfiction children’s books (i.e. “The White House,” “The Bald Eagle,” and more.) Currently, she writes for “Hidden Hills Magazine” and “The Palisades Magazine.” She lives in Ventura, California with her patient and funny husband, and happily welcomes her visiting children and grandson when they return home.