Blue Ridge Community College students publish book about Hendersonville

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Press Release from Cruden Bay Books:

So you think you know Hendersonville? That is the question folks in Apple Country are asking each other after the release of the new book, “How ‘Bout Them Apples?: Be in the Know in Hendersonville.”

“How ‘Bout Them Apples?: Be in the Know in Hendersonville” is a semester project of students in the “Independent Publishing for Fun and Profit” class at Blue Ridge Community College. The 76-page book features over 50 photographs and is sells for $8.95. It is available now at local Henderson County businesses and online at Amazon.

In this fun-filled book you will learn the explanations behind the quirks, the traditions and the secrets that make Hendersonville uniquely Hendersonville. “How ‘Bout Them Apples?: Be in the Know in Hendersonville”¬†will help you join the club in no time. Why all the dancing? Solved. Why is that boat in the middle of a field? A mystery no more. The reason for all these bears? Identified. What are all these summer campers doing here? Revealed.

You will want to know…
…What institution did Oscar Meyer start in Hendersonville (page 63)
…What children’s television icon lived six years in retirement in Flat Rock (page 47)
…Why are all the serpentine twists in Main Street (page 7)

Celebrating around Hendersonville…Dogwalking around Hendersonville…Driving around Hendersonville…Eating around Hendersonville…Exploring around Hendersonville…Learning around Hendersonville…Playing around Hendersonville…even a brush with greatness around Hendersonville.

“How ‘Bout Them Apples?: Be in the Know in Hendersonville”¬†will have you speaking like a native in no time. Because the next best thing to having lived all your life in Hendersonville is being able to pass like you have.

Click here to learn more or click here to find it on amazon.


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