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H. Jackson Brown - As Southern As It Gets: 1,071 Reasons to Never Leave the South - 9780718098100 - KSG0013386
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As Southern As It Gets: 1,071 Reasons to Never Leave the South

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Description for As Southern As It Gets: 1,071 Reasons to Never Leave the South Hardcover. We love the South! The favorite places, foods, writers, singers, sayings, and most of all, the experiences and emotions that make a Southerner, well, Southern. As Southern As It Gets is a charming book of lists that will be the perfect gift for those who grew up in the South, currently live in the South, or wished they lived in the South. Written Num Pages: 224 pages. BIC Classification: 1KBBS; JFC; WTM. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). .
Life Is Sweet in the South Full of small towns and sparkling cities, this welcoming area invites all who visit to put your feet up, have a glass of ice tea in a mason jar and reminisce on some of the most wonderful things in the South. Written by true Southern gentleman H. Jackson Brown Jr., As Southern As It Gets is a charming book of lists-a celebration of all things Southern that will charm and delight anyone who was raised south of the Mason-Dixon or who wish they lived there. Recall the tastes, ... Read more

Product Details

Format
Hardback
Publication date
2017
Publisher
Thomas Nelson
Condition
New
Number of Pages
224
Place of Publication
Nashville, United States
ISBN
9780718098100
SKU
KSG0013386
Shipping Time
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Ref
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About H. Jackson Brown
A New York Times best-selling author, H. Jackson Brown's publications are universal in appeal, with more than 30 million copies in print, available in 35 languages. His 33 books inspire readers throughout the world. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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