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WHAT I CAME TO TELL YOU, HAYS, TOMMY
1 HAYS, TOMMY WHAT I CAME TO TELL YOU
EgmontUSA 2014 1606845454 / 9781606845455 PAPERBACK . 
EgmontUSA 9/9/2014. New paperback. Store pick: As 6th grader Grover Johnston tries to cope with his mother's unexpected death he finds himself retreating more and more into his art and his refuge in the nearby Bamboo Forest just as his dad, the executive director for The Thomas Wolfe house in Asheville, NC, disappears into his own work. But the arrival of new neighbors leads to unexpected friendships and a lightening of the family's grief. Hays' debut middle-grade novel is a compassionate, touching, and tender novel that also celebrates artistic expression. -Jill Hendrix, owner 
Price: 8.99 USD
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MOONRISE, KING, CASSANDRA
2 KING, CASSANDRA MOONRISE
Maiden Lane Press 2016 1940210100 / 9781940210100 PAPERBACK . 
Maiden Lane Press 3/15/2016. New paperback. Store pick: I loved this beautiful homage to REBECCA and found MOONRISE and its Highlands, NC setting so appealing that I wished I could immediately hop in my car and visit its nocturnal gardens for myself. -Jill Hendrix, store owner 
Price: 16.00 USD
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GUESTS ON EARTH, SMITH, LEE
3 SMITH, LEE GUESTS ON EARTH
Shannon Ravenel 2014 1616203803 / 9781616203801 PAPERBACK . 
Shannon Ravenel 5/13/2014. New paperback. 2014 SIBA Fiction Book Award finalist. Store pick: This is a haunting story about the treatment of mental illness in the early 1900s, focused on Highland Hospital in Asheville, NC where Zelda Fitzgerald died in the fire that destroyed the hospital in 1948. While Zelda is a character in this book, the story is told through the voice of Evalina Toussaint who is sent to the hospital as a young child. Her story is a brutal example of the early treatment of mental illness where some patients were no more than subjects for experiments. Any fan of the Fitzgeralds, the medical profession, or the history of the early 1900s will enjoy this book. -Jackie W., volunteer 
Price: 14.95 USD
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