Book Launch party for new children’s book, Tippy Finds His Purpose by Mary Beth Stevens

Press release from the Hendersonville Community Theatre:

 It’s National Rescue Dog Day, Thursday, May 20 and Mountain Page Press is hosting a book launch for Mary Beth Stevens, local author of children’s book, Tippy Finds His Purpose. Stevens will read the book, introduce you to Tippy, her real rescue dog, answer questions, and sign purchased copies for grandparents, parents, rescue dog organizations, and teachers to read to children. Kids will learn what it means to feel different and search for a purpose all their own through Tippy’s latest adventure.

Where: Hendersonville Community Theater, 229 S. Washington St. Hendersonville, NC 28792 (Plenty of off-street parking!)

Day: Thursday, May 20, 20201

Time: 1:00pm

“Your favorite rescue dog explores the world of working dogs while he looks for a purpose of his very own,” says Stevens.

Bonuses for attendees:

· The first 20 people to enter will receive a goody bag filled with dog treats from Wag! Unique Pet Boutique and bird food from Wild Birds Unlimited, both Hendersonville local businesses.

· Tippy’s first book, Tippy Finds a Home will be for sale at a package rate combined with Tippy Finds His Purpose.

· There will be a surprise contest at the launch, and the winner will get a free copy of both Tippy books.

· Everybody wins when they hear the story, meet Tippy, and purchase the book that is certain to become a staple in children’s libraries everywhere.

For more information on Mountain Page Press see

About Mountain Page Press: We are a hybrid publishing company focusing mainly on non-fiction, children’s, and poetry books. MPP purchased the books previously published by sister company The Cheerful Word, also located in Historic Downtown Hendersonville at 118 5th Ave. West. James Engelhardt is the publisher at MPP and Sam Uhl provides marketing and promotional support to the authors.
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