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Author presents copies of her first published book to HHS graduates

Staff Writer
Alice Echo News Journal
Author Lupita Almaraz Aguilar presents HHS Valedictorian Makaylah Henry with a signed copy of her book "If The Hat Fits."

HEBBRONVILLE - Lupita Almaraz Aguilar is a Sandia resident who recently had her first book of poetry published. She decided that she would give back to her hometown with words that they could carry at all times.

On May 26, Aguilar arrived at Hebbronville High School for and gave the graduating Class of 2020 a signed copy of her book, “If The Hat Fits.”

In collaboration with the Jim Hogg County Independent School District ACE Program, Aguilar presented each 2020 HHS Senior with a copy of her book as a special token to make their graduation a bit special as they have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. These seniors deserve all the recognition and special attention and Aguilar is proud to have been a part of it, Aguilar said in a press release.

Anyone who would like a copy of the same book can find it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Walmart and other book stores.

HHS Salutatorian Madison Salinas accepts her copy of "If The Hats Fits" by author Lupital Almaraz Aguilar.