‘Nimpentoad’ authors to visit Carmel Valley bookstore Jan. 28

Josh and Harrison Herz sign copies of their book “Nimpentoad” at the Solana Beach Farmer’s Market.

A Carmel Valley father and his sons continue a promotional tour of San Diego for their fantasy book “Nimpentoad.” Henry Herz wrote the book with his sons Josh and Harrison Herz, students at Ocean Air School in Carmel Valley.

They have recently held readings at the New Children’s Museum, the Carmel Mountain Library and have met readers at the Solana Beach Farmer’s Market. The family has an upcoming signing at Warwick’s Bookstore in La Jolla on Jan. 24 at 4 p.m. and at Barnes and Noble in Carmel Valley on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 11 a.m.

Their book will also be on display at the 46th Annual Local Authors Exhibit at the downtown San Diego Public Library on Feb. 4.

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