Welcome to Grateful Steps Foundation, where ideas and voices grow. We are committed to publishing voices that otherwise might not get heard, to preserving Western North Carolina history and culture and also to promoting conversation that traverses faiths and cultures.
Coming Soon in 2014
Starting as a simple country girl, she experienced the richness, intrigue and perplexities of life in David's palace before winning her way o be the Queen Mother in Solomon's kingdom. This book tells her story of that journey.
Bathsheba's Book by Ann P. Saab
List Price $13.95
Dr. Graff Remembers is a remarkable book. The wartime story of Dr. Peter Graffagnino is fascinating in itself—Salerno, Anzio, a prisoner of war in Germany. But this volume is more than just a series of reminiscences; it is a humane and intelligent reflection on war by one who was at the sharp end. As a result, this volume demands a place on the bookshelves not only of students of World War II, but also of those who wish to understand how normal, decent human beings react under the most appalling pressures. The book's themes of comradeship, service and sacrifice are timeless, and as a result, Dr. Graff Remembers deserves to become a classic.
Dr. Graff Remembers: World War II Reflections
by Peter Carl Graffagnino, MD
List Price $24.95
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The History Of Medicine in Asheville, is here!
Our commitment to supporting and celebrating the art of local artists now manifests in our latest publishing project, The Asheville Art Book.
Introducing the Asheville Art Book.
The Asheville Art Book will be a first-of-its-kind guide to the quality and variety of artwork produced in Asheville, North Carolina. It will serve as a representative sample designed to document this significant moment in the life of Asheville’s art community, and as a showcase meant to bring the attention of the larger art world to what our little corner of it has to offer. And it's all of that in one volume!
Please help us out by donating via the button on the website www.theashevilleartbook.com. A $20 donation is effectively a pre-order for the paperback edition; A $100 donation is a pre-order for the hardcover edition (which won't be available for retail sale); it also qualifies you for recognition in the book itself. Chip in $500 or more, and you'll the hardcover edition, mention in the book, and invites to all our launch events.
We're counting on you and everyone else who supports the arts in Asheville to help get this book to press!
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