Palisade grad adds ‘sweet’ children’s books to business

A French bulldog named Sweet Pea poses as a bumblebee in a line of children’s books from former Palisade resident Courtney Noelle and her business partner, Tiffany Corbett. They live in southern California, where they make and sell clothing. They also have greeting cards featuring Sweet Pea.



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A French bulldog named Sweet Pea poses as a bumblebee in a line of children’s books from former Palisade resident Courtney Noelle and her business partner, Tiffany Corbett. They live in southern California, where they make and sell clothing. They also have greeting cards featuring Sweet Pea.

Courtney Noelle, a 1997 graduate of Palisade High School, is expanding her business horizons with business partner and former college roommate Tiffany Corbett. The two first got national…




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