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Collectible Signed Jesse Stuart Books

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The Jesse Stuart Foundation has an extensive collection of Jesse Stuart books, including first editions and signed and inscribed copies of his rare books that are available for sale in the Jesse Stuart Room. Perhaps one of your New Year’s resolutions might be to begin developing a full set of Jesse Stuart’s more than sixty books. Don Miller and Jim Gifford will be glad to help you start a collection or add to your current collection. Our sales inventory includes one first edition of Harvest of Youth, the rarest and most expensive Stuart book.  Our collectible inventory also includes signed books by Allan W. Eckert, Thomas...

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Three Inspiring Images by James N. Sites

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A new book can be found at the Jesse Stuart Foundation Bookstore from the author James N. Sites.   His latest book Three Inspiring Images is a collection of three short stories meant to inspire.  "The Account" and "A Very Dangerous Place" are true stories, or as the author states, "they are at least as true to life as memory and its written recording allow." The second story, "The Four-Dimensional Human," is loosely based on experiences of himself and his late wife, Inger Marie Krogh, and injects itself into the middle of the national debate of what kind of education America should...

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Cyber Monday Sales Event!

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Monday, December 1st is Cyber Monday!  All purchases from www.jsfbooks.com are 30% off!   Pick out some books for your collection or the readers on your Christmas list today and take advantage of this great deal!   To receive your discount, please enter "Cyber Monday 2014" in the discount code box and hit enter during checkout!  The sale ends at 11:59pm, December 1st!

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New Location

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The Jesse Stuart Foundation has moved to its new location.

The Foundation offices, bookstore and warehouse have left their longtime home in the old Ashland Post Office Building, Downtown on Winchester Avenue and are now located at 4440 13th Street in Ashland.

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