MEMPHIS, Tenn. (CitizenWire) — Image Publishing, Inc. has announced that its latest book, “Alabama Home Sweet Home” (ISBN-13: 978-0974703732), which profiles some of the states most famous natives, is now available for sale throughout the state.
Randy Owen, former lead singer with the group Alabama wrote the introduction and recounts fond memories of growing up in Alabama. The 384-page coffee table book, contains rare photographs and stories of 100 of Alabama’s most fascinating people and their accomplishments
Courtney Cox, Jim Nabors, Nat King Cole, Bear Bryant, Charles Barkley, Rosa Parks and Helen Keller are just a few of the well-known Alabamans selected for the book based on their unique stories of success.
In addition to the public figures, there are 78 of Alabama’s leading businesses and organizations also featured as sponsors of the book.
The book retails for $44.95 (hardcover, 398 pages, 12x10x2 inches) and is available in bookstores, Amazon.com, museums and gift shops through the state including Barnes and Noble, Books A Million, University of Alabama Bryant Museum, Montgomery Alabama Visitors Center, Governor’s Mansion Gift shop, Alabama Music Hall of Fame, Auburn Convention and Visitors Bureau and many more.
For more information visit www.imagepublishinginc.com .
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