Regional Books Make Great Gifts

By Blue Ridge Books | Dec 05, 2012

Blue Ridge Books sells a large variety of regional books and books by local authors.  These books make great gifts for friends and family near and far.  Below is a partial list of what's available.

Haywood County Nonfiction

Haywood County: Portrait of a Mountain Community   edited by Curtis W. Wood Jr.

Haywood County:  Images of America   by Michael Beadle

Waynesville:  Images of America   by Michael Beadle and Peter Yurko

Lake Junaluska:  Images of America   by William E. King

Historic Waynesville: a self-guided tour   by the Historic Preservation Commission

Haywood County: A Brief History    by Janet Thelkeld Webb

Heritage of Healing: A Medical History of Haywood County by Nina L. Anderson and William L. Anderson

 The Annals Of Haywood County, North Carolina, 1808-1935: Historical, Sociological, Biographical And Genealogical by W. C. Allen

Books by Louise Nelson:             

                Historic Waynesville; 120 Years of Change; Turn Back the Hands of Time; Horse Drawn Equipment and Early Tools; Country Folklore; Aroma & Memories of Grandma’s and Mama’s Kitchen’; Family Affair Cooking Party Fixings; Grandma’s Heritage; Listen to the Snow Family Talk

Books by Hattie Caldwell Davis

                Reflections of Cataloochee Valley; Step Back in Time; Historic Cataloochee Tour Guide; Maggie Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains;  History of Ghost Town  1960 to 2007

Books by Bob Plott

Strike and Stay:  The Story of the Plott Hound; A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains; Legendary Hunters of the Southern Highlands: A Century of Sport and Survival in the Great Smoky Mountains; Colorful Characters of the Great Smoky Mountains

Books by Carroll Jones

                Rooted Deep in the Pigeon Valley; 25th North Carolina Troops in the Civil War; Captain Lenoir’s Diary: Tom Lenoir and His Civil War Company from Western North Carolina

Moonshiner’s Daughter   by Mary Messer

At the Foot of Cold Mountain by Phyllis Inman Barnett

Mountain Fever by Tom Alexander

Cold Mountain Bomber Crash: Enduring Legacy by Doris Rollins Cannon

Books by Donald Davis

                Tales of a Free-Range Childhood; Listening to the Crack of Dawn; Ride the Butterflies; Barking at a Fox-Fur Coat; Jack and the Animals; Pig Who Went Home on Sunday

About Popcorn Sutton

                Me and My Likker by Popcorn Sutton

                Popcorn Sutton:  The Making and Marketing of a Hillbilly Hero   text by Tom Wilson Jester and photographs by Don Dudenbostel

                The Last One:  Making Moonshine in the Great Smoky Mountains   a film by Neal Hutcheson\

The Legend of Nance Dude by Maurice Stanley

Forks of the Pigeon by Jim Pressley

Per Usual, James Roy by David Puckett

 

 

Cooking

Cataloochee Cooking by Judy Coker

Andon Reid Inn Cookbook by Rachel Reid

Books by Juanita Collins

The Way We Cooked at Grandview Lodge           

These Stories I Lived

Haywood County Fiction

Books by Charles Frazier

                Cold Mountain; Thirteen Moons; Night Watch

Books by Wayne Caldwell

                Cataloochee; Requiem by Fire

Books by Ila Yount

                Patchwork; Sunshine and Shadows

Other Fiction by Haywood County Authors

Books by Kathryn Magendie

                Tender Graces; Secret Graces; Family Graces; Sweetie

Books by John Malone

                Farewell Forever; Heading Home

Red Clay, Blood River by William Everett

Pack Leader Down by Nathan Tracy

The Tourist Killer by F C Etier

Other Nonfiction by Haywood County Authors

No Room for Doubt by Angela Dove

The Collected Tabletop: Inspirations for Creative Entertaining by Kathryn Crisp Greely

Evolution in a Nutshell by Martin Malloy

Children’s Books by a Haywood County Author

Books by Dawn Cusick

                Animal Tongues; Animal Eggs; Bug Butts; Cool Animal Names; Get the Scoop on Animal Poop;Animal Snacks

Poetry by Haywood County Authors

Lights Among the Path by Paul Willis

Poetry by Michael Beadle

                Invented Hour; Friends We Haven’t Met; Ka Boom (CD)

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