My Days with Nell
My Days with Nell
by Vicki Blake
Illustrated by Virginia Palmer
Hardcover
11 x 8.5
78 pages
978-1-935130-47-5
$19.95

Visit the author's blog
here.
$ 19.95
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A Book of Bullies
A Book of Bullies
by Katherine A. Stanley
Illustraged by Laura E. Stanley
Hardcover
8 x 10
40 pages · $16.95
978-1-935130-78-9

This book is for everyone who has ever known a bully. Written by a young girl who has experienced bullying firsthand because she is different,
A Book of Bullies puts the spotlight on the hurt and harm caused by bullying and calls us all to unite against it. Humorous and uplifting, the book engages the reader in making the world a better place.

visit the website
www.abookofbullies.com
$ 16.95
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The History of Medicine in Asheville
The History of Medicine in Asheville
by Dr. Freeman Irby Stephens, M.D.

Hardcover
6 x 9 approx. 688 pages
$39.96
978-1-935130-60-9

$ 39.95
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Dr. Graff Remembers
Dr. Graff Remembers
by Peter Carl Graffagnino

Hardcover
978-1-935130-54-3
$24.95
$ 24.05
$ 22.45
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One Apple at a Time
One Apple at a Time
by Evan Williams

Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-935130-65-9
5.5 x 8.5
approx. 204 pages
$ 9.95
$ 8.95
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Tobacco Roots: Just This Side of WWII
Tobacco Roots: Just This Side of WWII
by Connie W. Vice

Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-935130-48-2
5.5 x 8
54 pages
$ 9.95
$ 8.95
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Bathsheba's Book
Bathsheba's Book
by Ann P Saab

978-1-935130-79-6
$13.95
$ 13.95
$ 12.55
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Red Wife and Children
Red Wife and Children
Pre-Order now for a special price
What happened to Adam (Red, formed from the dust of the earth) and Eve
(the “She”created as a helpmate for Adam) and their families after they were banned from the Garden of Eden? Author Joe Brown proposes answers in Red, Wife and Children. How did evil spread among the people of the earth such that God chose to destroy them with a great flood? The deterioration of the children of Adam and Eve, save a few good people, is delineated as a fictional story, interlaced with Scripture. How did Noah, their descendant, manage to get the animals on the ark amid the corrupt citizens of the land? The answer, offered here in a grand finale, is spectacular.
Visit the website
here
$ 18.95
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Chimes from a Cracked Southern Belle
Chimes from a Cracked Southern Belle
by Susan Reinhardt

Paperback
6 x 9
384 pages · $15.95
978-1-935130-62-8



Most people think the reason Dee Millings married the best looking man in the Carolinas who turned out to be a complete psycho and near-murderer is because she was raised all wrong. Dee, a 38-year-old heroine to root for, sets out on a path winding with loveable kooks, wanting to prove there is a great life on the other side of tragedy and a crazed ex behind bars who continues to mail threatening letters from prison. Her new adventure begins two years after the crime spree that nearly stopped her heart and left her flat-lining. She packs up her two young kids and settles in her parents' South Carolina hometown where she deals with a delightful, but over-the-top mama who pretends her grown daughters are virgins. Dee finds new purpose for herself and her children, discovering joy in places she never expected it: in a nursing home where she tends to the likes of 104-year-old Annie Sue who still drives and has a hankering for cold draft beer. Offering heaps of comic relief, Dee's Aunt Weepie lives to crash funerals just to get the covered-dish meals after the gravesides, no matter she has no idea who's in the coffins. Her antics lead her to making a daring decision that could change Dee's life forever. As Dee begins a journey toward recovery and becoming a registered nurse, a dark secret resurfaces, one that if handled right, could be her ticket to allowing herself to love again.
$ 15.95
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Uncertain Waters
Uncertain Waters
by Doris Spencer

Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-935130-69-7
5.5 x 8
360 pages
$ 15.95
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Why the Clown Wouldn't Smile
Why the Clown Wouldn't Smile
by Olson Huff

Hardcover
6 x 9 40 pages
$13.95
978-1-935130-57-9


Carlos Martinez proclaims that his circus, the “Biggest and Best Show on Earth,” is ready for a new season. He proudly announces its beginning to Juan, the clown. But Juan is worried, and he is not sure why. Soon, both Carlos and Juan are afraid their season may be a short one indeed until a boy wearing a funny hat with a green feather in it shows up to teach them something about the power of being different.
$ 13.95
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Roasting Questions
Roasting Questions
by Barbie Angell

Paperback
7 x 9 40 pages
$14.95
978-1-935130-61-1

Welcome to the world of Barbie Angell, a place where dreams are stitched and happiness can be a friend. Written and illustrated by one of Asheville's most beloved real-life poets, ROASTING QUESTIONS calls on the imagination of all who enter.
$ 14.95
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A Doctor All My Life
A Doctor All My Life
by Dr. Lewis Rathbun

Hardcover
5.5 x 8.5
278 pages · $27.00
978-1-935130-15-4

 Medical pioneer, humanitarian, veteran, artist and doctor, Lewis Rathbun, beloved by his community as well as his patients, talks about life in medicine and after medicine, public service, enjoying his family, retiring at the “right time” and sharing his hobby and passion: painting.
Lewis Rathbun’s journey through life and medicine takes us from the farms of Upstate New York to battleships in the South Pacific, from Boston’s halls of higher education into clinical settings of in Western North Carolina medicine—where science and human spirit work ceaselessly together to bring life into the world safely and leave the world peacefully.
$ 27.00
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The Stackhouses of Appalachia
The Stackhouses of Appalachia
Even to Our Own Time

by Jacqueline Burgin Painter


Paperback/Hardcover
6x9 421pages
$29.95/$39.95
978-0-9789548-7-1


Stackhouses is narrated through the eyes of a Quaker family, involved in barite mining, merchandising, logging, bringing in the railroad and building the Stackhouse, North Carolina, community.
$ 39.95
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The Cow That Meowed
The Cow That Meowed
by Hal Mahan

Hardcover
8.5 x 8.5 40 pages
$14.95
978-1-935130-45-1

The animals have learned to speak one another's language. What do they learn about tolerance and friendship? By Hal Mahan
$ 14.95
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Look Up Asheville: An Architectural Journey
Look Up Asheville: An Architectural Journey
The first volume of Look Up Asheville features Jackson Building, Masonic Temple, St. Lawrence Basilica, City Building, S & W and other favorites of the immediate downtown area. Grove Park Inn, Asheville High, Cathedral of All Souls and Biltmore Estate are also included. In this volume explore the connections among Asheville's architects and the Industrial Age, the commercial aspect of La Belle Epoch.

$ 49.95
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Look Up Asheville Collection II
Look Up Asheville Collection II
Look Up Asheville Collection II features Biltmore Building, Vance Monument, Municipal Building and more downtown favorites. It also reaches into the central neighborhoods Montford, Kenilworth and Chestnut Hill. Learn the names of the men and women who shaped Asheville's legacy as a commercial and creative destination as well as a medicinal one.

$ 39.95
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The Other Half of My Soul (Paperback)
The Other Half of My Soul (Paperback)
by Bahia Abrams

Paperback
5.5 x 8.5
403 pages - $13.92
978-0-9789548-4-0

 
Rayna, an American-born Syrian Jew, longing to experience life outside the strict confines of her upbringing, studies journalism at University of Maryland.
Rami, a passionate Syrian Muslim from Aleppo, is sent to America on scholarship, not knowing his sponsors are a terrorist cell.
Defying their families and their respective
$ 13.92
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Dad's Christmas Stories
Dad's Christmas Stories
by Robert Boerner
Illustrated by Trilby Boerner Wallace

Hardcover
8 x 10
72 pages · $21.95
978-0-9789548-9-5
 
Remember the tales shared around the family Christmas tree year after year? This collection will delight all ages. From the manger to the chimney, traditional and modern settings provide delightful variety to this imaginative compilation, which includes “The Forest Christmas Party,” “Clarence, the Christmas Cat” and “Amminadab, the Truly Wise Man.”
$ 21.95
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A Devotional for Women in Separation and Divorce by Mona Brown Ketner
A Devotional for Women in Separation and Divorce by Mona Brown Ketner
by Mona Brown Ketner

Paperback
5 x 7
376 pages · $16.99
978-1-935130-10-9
 
More than a daily prayer book for women in transition, A Devotional for Women in Separation and Divorce is a survival guide. Acknowledging that many Christian women have surrendered wholly to God and to their husbands in marriage, Mona Brown Ketner coaches these women on the possibilities prayer opens for them while they begin their lives free of verbal, physical, mental and sexual abuse by wayward spouses. She encourages women to recognize that God does not give anyone the right to engage in such behavior and builds her readers a safe house of self-forgiveness, patience and faith, while also providing practical advice.
$ 16.99
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Don't Bury Me Yet: Aging in America by Blanca Mesías Miller
Don't Bury Me Yet: Aging in America by Blanca Mesías Miller
by Blanca Mesias Miller

Paperback
6 x 9
320 pages · $18.00
978-1-935130-09-3
 
In previous generations, families lived together or close by, and the love and consideration for the elderly was taken for granted. Now, in this accelerating pace of rapidly evolving technology, Baby Boomers and Generation Xers find little time sandwiched between the empty nest syndrome and the care of their elderly parents. Often the nursing home is the only option. Through their own voices, the elderly, caregivers and family members show us the reality of the challenges of caring for the aged in modern America. In doing so, they encourage readers to offer more compassion so that our loved ones can live their last days with dignity and depart from this world safely and peacefully.
 
$ 18.00
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God Can Use Anyone . . . Even Me
God Can Use Anyone . . . Even Me
by Charles Pickens and Patricia McAfee

Hardcover
6 x 9
136 pages · $26.50
978-1-935130-05-5

At a relatively early age, Charles Pickens experienced a large measure of success—athletic achievements, international musical stardom, a wife, children. When he saw his dreams slipping away, he spiraled downward through self-defeating patterns of behavior. God Can Use Anyone . . . even me, The Charles Pickens Story tells of his return from depths of despair to an authentic and lasting success.
$ 26.50
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The Crystal Swan
The Crystal Swan
by Suzan Tanner

Paperback
6.5 x 9.5
168 pages · $11.95
978-1-935130-00-0
 
No one would suspect that a mysterious adventure could start in a nursing home, but that is precisely what happens to 13-year-old Leah Ward. Leah wanted to spend time with her friends. The last thing on her mind is a visit to Shady Springs rest home, but she received an object that would forever change the way she saw the world.
$ 11.95
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A House for Wally and Me
A House for Wally and Me
by Gene Stelten
Illustrated by Chelsea Johnson

Hardcover
11 x 8.5
32 pages · $13.95
978-1-935130-13-0

Allie and her family help volunteers from Habitat for Humanity build the house they will live in. Allie gets her own room and the dog she has always wanted. Included are discussion questions, facts about home-building and information about Habitat for Humanity.
$ 13.95
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How Much Love is in One Mommy?
How Much Love is in One Mommy?
by Lynda R. Taylor
Illustrated by Joshua Hendry

Hardcover
6.67 x 6.67
24 pages · $9.95
978-1-935130-23-9

Lynda Taylor has opened up the heart of a mother’s love in her first book of the Shining Stars Series. From a gentle mother’s answers to the curious questions of her child flow assurances of endless love through comparison to the expanse of the oceans, stars and the height of the mountains. This is a story of a mother’s love uniquely shared with her child. It is a love that never gives up.
$ 9.95
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I Imagine . . . An Endless Frontier
I Imagine . . . An Endless Frontier
Written and illustrated by Lisa Alcorn

Hardcover
11.7 x 8.3
32 pages · $19.95
978-1-935130-31-4
 
I Imagine . . . An Endless Frontier is a lavishly simple story of an Alaskan youth who uses imagination to transcend everyday challenges. Faced with everything from "needing to speak up" to "drowning in chores," the youth discovers how a little imaginative help from the local wildlife boosts the spirit and transforms the experience.
When you change the way you feel . . . you change your life.

$ 19.95
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Ivy
Ivy
by Larry G. Morgan

Paperback
6 x 9
732 pages · $18.50
978-1-935130-11-6
 
Ivy
A dark-haired beauty gifted with strength and kindness, raised in the hills of Virginia, is ushered farther south to the mountains of North Carolina to escape the ravages of war—leaving behind a fiancé willing to give his life’s
blood for the Union cause.
Seth
Ivy’s fiancé, a dependable and honest leader, rises rapidly in the ranks of the Union Cavalry.
Joseph
A strong-spirited North Carolina farm boy, is thrust into the storms of his heart when he discovers Ivy’s infinite warmth. He joins the Southern cause, earning the name “Blue-Eyed Demon” for his courage in the Confederate Cavalry.
 
Three lives brought together in a war that was tearing the nation apart.

$ 18.50
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A Cat Named Samantha
A Cat Named Samantha
by Jo Miller
Illustrated by James Marlow

Paperback
9 x 6
40 pages · $13.95
978-1-935130-30-7
 
When Samantha the barn cat is born, she doesn’t have a name. But then one day, without warning, she loses her sight. Abandoned, injured and blind, she lies down in a meadow. When she awakes in a cardboard box with a saucer of milk, her journey—a true story of friendship, healing and love—has just begun.
$ 13.95
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The Little Girl Who Loves to Twirl
The Little Girl Who Loves to Twirl
by JeanAnn Taylor
Illustrated by Biljana Knoll


Hardcover
8 x 10
32 pages · $17.95
978-1-935130-40-6

Lily likes to tell silly knock-knock jokes to her big brother, Leif. She likes to make snow angels in the wintertime and build sand castles in the summertime. But the one thing Lily loves more than anything in the whole wide world is spinning and twirling around and around.
But Lily twirls with so much joy and abandon, she knocks over everything within reach and even twirls into the pond! Read The Little Girl Who Loves to Twirl to see how Lily finds a way to fulfill her dreams.
$ 17.95
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Jammin' Geography
Jammin' Geography
by Kimberly M. Roberts
Illustrated by Ellen Pitts

Hardcover
11 x 9
48 pages · $19.95
978-1-935130-21-5
 
Explore the Caribbean with this book filled with interesting facts, history, culture, maps and learning activities.
$ 19.95
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Loving Ruby
Loving Ruby
by Lois Chazen
Illustrated by Sundara Fawn

Hardcover
8.5 x 11
32 pages · $17.00
978-1-935130-17-8
 
A true story about a rescued young cardinal, Loving Ruby will help both parents and children understand the responsibilities involved in rescuing a baby bird. This heart-felt story is filled with facts, photographs and beautiful illustrations depicting the entire rescue and release of Ruby. You will enjoy the rhyming verses that tell this appealing experience of Loving Ruby.
$ 17.00
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My Brother is Like a Baby Bird
My Brother is Like a Baby Bird
Written and Illustrated by Amy Tiller

Paperback
8.5 x 6.25
32 pages - $ 8.95
978-1-935130-35-2
 
 
Author Amy Tiller has captured the wonder of the newborn nursery from the perspective of a child with a sibling receiving special care.
She explains the key interventions the baby receives through the examples of mother-baby animal pairs and through the eyes of a child.
The book is based on the experience of the author and her husband, whose extremely premature twins survived in a newborn intensive care unit.
$ 8.95
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My Sister is Like a Baby Bird
My Sister is Like a Baby Bird
Written and illustrated by Amy Tiller

8.5 x 6.25
32 pages - $12.95
978-1-935130-02-4
  
Author Amy Tiller has captured the wonder of the newborn nursery from the perspective of a child with a sibling receiving special care.
She explains the key interventions the baby receives through the examples of mother-baby animal pairs and through the eyes of a child.
The book is based on the experience of the author and her husband, whose extremely premature twins survived in a newborn intensive care unit.

$ 12.95
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An Odd Christmas with Od
An Odd Christmas with Od
by William G. Marshall
Illustrated by Randall G. Markham, Sr.

Hardcover
8 x 10
40 pages · $16.99
978-1-935130-29-1
 
What would you do if you were walking home from school and met a little creature who claimed to be a troll? And what if that same little fella told you he had never heard of Christmas?
Fortunately, Stefan is a kind and gentle Christian boy with a good understanding of Christmas and its story.
Come along as he and his best friends, John and Nancy, risk their entire holiday to help the little troll, Od, spread the word of Christmas to an unbelieving troll village led by Grung, the evil Troll Master.
Along the way, they get some unexpected help, and a village of trolls gets to make a choice that will affect the future of everyone in the town.
$ 16.99
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The Best Cupcake Ever/ Lo Mejor Queqescito del Mundo
The Best Cupcake Ever/ Lo Mejor Queqescito del Mundo
by Carrie Blackburn Brown
Illustrated by Cindy Fullbright

Hardcover
7 x 7
32 pages · $16.00
978-1-935130-24-6
 Spend some time with Severo and see what life is like for a child who lives in a tiny village of Tacachia in Bolivia, South America. Read with your children about God’s love for us and the special gift of sharing through this simple yet moving story. They will see that though we are in some ways very different, the truly important things in life are still the same.

$ 16.00
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Playing with Gaia: Discovering the Spirit of Mother Earth
Playing with Gaia: Discovering the Spirit of Mother Earth
by Cindy Bowen
Illustrated by Twila Jefferson

Hardcover
9.67 x 11.67
48 pages · $19.95
978-1-935130-03-1
 
Awake and discover playfulness and inner freedom. Open a new doorway with yourself or the children in your life. Together you can heal wounds, dissolve boundaries, create deep inner bonds and bring new creativity and awareness into your world. Be independently joyful. Expand your awareness of beauty, support and love found in nature.
$ 19.95
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Meigs Line
Meigs Line
by Dwight McCarter and Joe Kelley


Hardcover
6 x 9
177 pages · $28.95
978-1-935130-06-2

 Rich with ranger lore, wilderness savvy and tracking expertise, Meigs Line follows Dwight McCarter and Joe Kelley, two retired rangers, on their search for Meigs Line, a survey line established in 1802 to resolve territorial controversies between the Cherokee and American nations.
$ 28.95
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The Other Half of My Soul (Hardcover)
The Other Half of My Soul (Hardcover)
by Bahia Abrams

Hardcover
5.5 x 8.5
356 pages · $18.56
978-0-9789548-3-3
 
Rayna, an American-born Syrian Jew, longing to experience life outside the strict confines of her upbringing, studies journalism at University of Maryland.
Rami, a passionate Syrian Muslim from Aleppo, is sent to America on scholarship, not knowing his sponsors are a terrorist cell.
Defying their families and their respective
$ 18.56
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The Old Shoes
The Old Shoes
by Jane Lamb

Hardcover
6 x 9
120 pages · $12.95
978-1-935130-37-6

  An ordinary girl . . .
A new store in town . . .
A violent storm . . .
Old shoes.

A list of seemingly common things. But all is not as it appears. When the right girl walks into the right shop at the right time and puts on the right pair of old shoes, something wondrous occurs. Jessie Wright is 11 years old. She’s bright and funny and terribly unsure of herself. In fact, the kids in school call her Jessie Wright, Who Is Always Wrong but things are going to change. To help a new friend, Jessie will unlock the secrets of the past and find the key to her own future.

$ 12.95
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Ravenna
Ravenna
by Stacey Curnow
Illustrated by Daniel Nevins

Hardcover
8.5 x 5.5
32 pages · $12.95
978-1-935130-25-3
 
A boy develops a magical relationship with Ravenna, a talking bear, and finds his heart’s desire. Then he learns a lesson on freedom and friendship and must make a difficult choice. The story celebrates autonomy, interconnectedness and being in nature. It is loosely based on the legend of Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady. It is a book for all ages.
$ 12.95
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Reflections in a River
Reflections in a River
Haiku by Nancy Dillingham
Photographs by Joan Medlicott

Paperback
7.562 x 7.562
64 pages · $19.95
978-1-935130-38-3
 
 
Two well-published writers worked together to create this masterful combination of breathtaking photography and haiku poetry. Here are the words of the photographer: “One day, fourteen years ago, while driving along, I turned a corner on a winding, country road. Before me, down a gentle, green slope, a river became a pond wide enough and still enough for the reflections contained in this book. Trees lined a portion of the river; beyond it stretched green hills and pastureland. I thought of the river, dreamed of it, was drawn to it again and again in all four seasons of the year. It was many years before I actually found out the name of the river. It is a branch of the Toe River in Burnsville, NC.”
-Joan Medlicott, Author, The Ladies of Covington Series
$ 19.95
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Sammy the Dragon
Sammy the Dragon
by Anne Marone
Illustrated by Jack Ferrell, color design by Syvanah Bennett


Hardcover
6 x 9
24 pages · $14.95
978-1-935130-42-0

 A playful, colorful dragon teaches children to find friends among those who are different from themselves. This is the first of a series using Sammy to explore the issues young children face as they grow and learn.
$ 14.95
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Sharks On My Fin Tips
Sharks On My Fin Tips
by Simone Lipscomb
Paperback
6 x 9
176 pages · $19.95
978-1-9789548-8-8
 
While cave diving, kayaking, shark diving and mountain biking are recognized as adventure sports, the true adventure for author Simone Lipscomb is the inward journey prompted by her participation in them. Through excursions to underwater caves, coral reefs, mountains, deserts and oceans, she finds herself amid some of nature’s most beloved and feared creatures—sharks, rattlesnakes, manatees, sea turtles and dolphins. Lipscomb pokes fun at her shortcomings and writes from her heart as she journeys deep into the wilds of nature and her own instinctual self.
$ 19.95
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Strange Life: Struggling with the Mysteries of OCD
Strange Life: Struggling with the Mysteries of OCD
by Larry G. Morgan

Paperback
6 x 9
160 pages · $14.25
978-1-935130-12-3
 
This is the true story of a life of mental pain from an undiagnosed malady—obsessive compulsive disorder—with the associated suffering of panic attacks and clinical depression. Several of the most debilitating episodes are detailed to try to insure the reader understands the effects of these disorders. The account should enlighten the public about the plight about the individual with obsessive compulsive disorder and encourage those with these symptoms to seek guidance and support.
 
$ 14.25
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The Soul Tree
The Soul Tree
by Laura Hope-Gill
Photography by John Fletcher, Jr.

Hardcover
9.31 x 9.31
115 pages · $49.95
978-1-935130-07-9

Since its publication in 2009, The Soul Tree: Poems and Photographs of the Southern Appalachians has become a favorite among mountain lovers. Poet Laura Hope-Gill was recognized in March 2010 by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation in becoming the Parkway’s first Poet Laureate. Exhibits of the photographs and the work have been displayed at University of North Carolina—Asheville and also at the North Carolina Arboretum. John Fletcher, Jr. and Laura Hope-Gill were also featured on Tarheel Pathways on WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Soul Tree is a book that, according to poet Hope-Gill, “people seem to be turning to it in times of change and healing.” In the careful balance between image and word, readers and viewers of the The Soul Tree are discovering why people who love the Blue Ridge and all nature love this book.
$ 49.95
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Tonda and TK: Friends
Tonda and TK: Friends
by Mary M. Byrd and Stephanie Willard


Paperback
978-1-935130-27-7
28 pages
$8.00

This book reminds us relationships can be meaningful despite differences. Read this true story about the power of friendship between an elderly orangutan and a cat.
$ 8.00
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Tonda and TK: Friends  (Hardcover)
Tonda and TK: Friends (Hardcover)
by Mary M. Byrd and Stephanie Willard


Hardcover
978-1-935130-36-9
28 pages
$10.95

This book reminds us relationships can be meaningful despite differences. Read this true story about the power of friendship between an elderly orangutan and a cat.
$ 10.95
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Traveling to Marshall
Traveling to Marshall
by Jack Thomas

Hardcover
6 x 9
320 pages · $23.95
978-1-935130-43-7
 
“Traveling to Marshall measures the passing of time in a small Southern town. Looking back over a span of forty years, and looking with the eyes of a small town pastor, Jack Thomas carefully listens to the voices of the past and the present. Together they present a rich tapestry of American life.”
-Ed Loper, Pastor, Marshall Presbyterian

$ 23.95
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Trail Profiles and Maps
Trail Profiles and Maps
by Walt Weber

Paperback
7 x 8.5
94pages · $14.95
978-1-935130-16-1
 
This is a second edition of the popular Mountains to Sea Trail guide. The 49 color pages of topo maps and accompanying detailed trail data includes an illustrated walking guide and history of George Vanderbilt’s Buck Spring Lodge, plus added information on Chase Ambler’s Rattlesnake Lodge, a little MST history and some valuable hiking tips for the trail. This book is presented by the Carolina Mountain Club.
$ 14.95
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When Two Souls Find Each Other. . . someone still has to take out the trash
When Two Souls Find Each Other. . . someone still has to take out the trash
by Ann Burns Harris, PhD

Paperback
7 x 9
156 pages · $17.95
978-1-935130-08-6
 
Dr. Anne Harris draws on her thirty years as a psychotherapist to bring an accessible, grounded-in-reality method for not only improving relationships but reinventing them. Go from being in a relationship to being in a relationship—one in which both people thrive, speak and nourish just as they receive that nourishment back. Examine the patterns that create the surface of your relationship, and you will find the tools for changing them.
 

$ 17.95
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Turtle Gliding
Turtle Gliding
by Denise W. Owen
Illustrated by Jo Wicker

Paperback
8.5 x 11
24 pages · $9.95
978-1-935130-22-2
 
From the ocean shore glide away with a sea turtle, ride the waves, discover fascinating creatures and islands and build sand castles with treasures from the sea.
$ 9.95
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Tsunami, No Good
Tsunami, No Good
by John Spitzburg

Paperback
6 x 9
116 pages · $14.99
978-1-9789548-6-4
 
This is a true story of an adventurer who travels to Thailand to join other volunteers after the tsunami disaster. It is an exploration of the dedication and motivation behind humanitarianism.
$ 14.99
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The Wake Up Man
The Wake Up Man
by Thomas Rain Crowe
Illustrated by Marilyn King Dawson

Hardcover
8.5 x 11
26 pages · $14.95
978-1-935130-39-0
 
In the spirit and in the tradition of the legendary tale of the “Sandman,” poet and author Thomas Rain Crowe and illustrator Marilyn King Dawson have brought to life an imaginary sequel to the Sandman myth with the creation of The Wake Up Man. Since it is the Sandman who visits us each night and with his magic dust puts us to sleep, it is only logical, that there should be a “Wake Up Man” who is responsible—with his own brand of magic—for waking us up. This, then, is the fanciful tale of who the Wake Up Man is and how he came to be. A new myth for all parents, for their children and for the ages.
$ 14.95
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Wunschkind
Wunschkind
by Liesel Appel


Paperback
6x9 116 pages
$14.95
978-1-935130-04-8

2010 Mom’s Choice Silver Medal Award

$1.00 of each sale goes to Emunah of America

What if you discovered one day that your beloved parents were part of unspeakable evil? Could you still love them? Wunschkind is the moving autobiographical story of a German girl's shattered identity and how she was betrayed in the aftermath of World War II.
$ 14.95
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My Dog Never Barks! Things You Better Know Before You Become a Landlord
My Dog Never Barks! Things You Better Know Before You Become a Landlord
by Elizabeth Pace


Paperback
7 x 7
72 pages
978-1-935130-33-8
$14.95



“I have been in the Real Estate business for over 40 years and have leased a lot of property in my time. I found this book entertaining, informative and true. It is very difficult to be a landlord, and I believe this book addresses a lot of the issues landlords run into. I thoroughly enjoyed reading My Dog Never Barks!”
James (“Jimmy”) Edney
Owner, Land of Sky Realty
Hendersonville, North Carolina
$ 14.95
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Revenge Under Fire
Revenge Under Fire
by Sarah Duttlinger


Paperback
4.25 x 5.50
73 pages
978-1-935130-59-8
$10.00



Evie’s entire life was whirled into oblivion over an article. All she’d wanted was to write an impactful piece for Streetwise and instead of that the love of her life was murdered. The only person who had ever cared for her had been ripped away and now she was on a mission. A mission of revenge. Revenge however can be very tricky business.
$ 10.00
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The Other Half of My Soul eBook
The Other Half of My Soul eBook
$ 3.99
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My Journey to Bethlehem
My Journey to Bethlehem
by Mona Brown Ketner & Sandy Armstrong
Illustrated by Amy Tiller


Hardcover
9 x 7.5
32 pages
978-1-935130-46-8
$17.95


My Journey to Bethlehem tells the traditional Christmas story from the viewpoint of a very special donkey. The donkey carries Mary from Nazareth to Bethlehem and is part of the miracle of Jesus’ birth.
$ 17.95
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Butterflies Don't Crawl
Butterflies Don't Crawl
by Angela and Suzie Tipton
Illustrated by Wil Irvine


Hardcover
8.5 x 11
List Price: $16.95
Page Count: 32
978-1-935130-14-7


The story of Butterfly is that of a caterpillar who is taunted by butterflies for merely being what she is. “I will not always be a clumsy caterpillar. If I work hard and wait patiently, I will have my wings some day,” she shouts out one day to the flying creatures. The story is a testament of faith as well as transformation, “God had given her the peace to accept herself and the strength to keep trying.” The transformation, of course, is within, and lies in finding one’s purpose in life, regardless of whatever limitations we might only believe we have.
$ 16.95
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The Purple Rain in Zanzibar
The Purple Rain in Zanzibar
by Walter Rein
Illustrated by Jack Ferrell


Hardcover
8.5 x 11 26 pages
$15.00
978-0-9789548-7-1

2009 Mom’s Choice Silver Medal Award

Gazzybow Goose is startled when he finds himself in a shower of purple drops. In panic, he rushes to the more knowledgeable birds, wise Wisenhymer and Freckle Face Froyd. At first they don’t believe his story of purple rain falling in dear Zanzibar. Together they solve the mystery and end up laughing.
$ 15.00
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Look Homeward Asheville
Look Homeward Asheville
Poems, Stories and Illustrations

by Peter Olevnik


Paperback
6x9 116 pages
$15.00
978-0-9789548-5-7
$ 15.00
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Mommie, Stay with Me
Mommie, Stay with Me
by Cindy Brown
Illustrated by Micki Parker


Paperback
7x7 24 pages
$8.95
978-1-935130-44-4


A single mother working long hours, struggling to provide many material possessions, wrote this book for her child. During that period of over-time hours, she came to learn the greatest gift she could ever give her daughter was a mother’s love.
$ 8.95
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The Stackhouses of Appalachia
The Stackhouses of Appalachia
Even to Our Own Time

by Jacqueline Burgin Painter


Paperback/Hardcover
6x9 421pages $29.95
978-0-9789548-1-9



Stackhouses is narrated through the eyes of a Quaker family, involved in barite mining, merchandising, logging, bringing in the railroad and building the Stackhouse, North Carolina, community.
$ 29.95
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The Truths of Teaching
The Truths of Teaching
I Learned the Hard Way

Written and Illustrated by Lynn Smith


Paperback
7.75 x 6.25 56 pages
$12.95
978-1-935130-28-4


The Truths of Teaching I Learned the Hard Way sheds light on the trials of teaching. None of the material was found in textbooks or learned from college professors. These “truths” were gleaned by the author from years of experience in the actual classroom.
$ 12.95
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Diamond in the Rough: Reiki Under Fire
Diamond in the Rough: Reiki Under Fire
by Dale Stacy

Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-935130-64-2
5.5 x 8
340 pages
$ 14.95
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Breaking Barriers
Breaking Barriers
by Christopher Skipper

Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-935130-76-5
5.5 x 8.5
58 pages
$ 10.00
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Flight of Fancy
Flight of Fancy
by Elizabeth Gillon

Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-935130-77-2
5.5 x 8.5
50 pages
$ 9.95
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