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UNCORKED! is the true story of two-sport legend Corky Withrow of Central City, Kentucky, one of the greatest high school basketball players in the Commonwealth who went on to play professional baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals. 

Authors Sherrill Williams and Charles Thurman take the reader on a journey to 1950s Kentucky, where small town high school basketball was king and Corky was known as one of the best. The book describes, in detail, the hard-nosed, hard fought battles on the court and the thrilling action of the nation’s second most successful program in wins.
The book also presents Corky’s time in professional baseball, including his struggles in the minor leagues and his time in the big show playing alongside St. Louis great, Stan Musial.
With UnCorked!, readers will gain an appreciation for the hard work, and raw talent, of one of the state’s best athletes of all time and member of the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame–Corky Withrow.
UNCORKED! Kentucky Sports Legend Corky Withrow

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Detective Red and the Case of the Baby Caterpillar
ISBN: 978-1-942613-74-9

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Author: Danielle Rogers
Hardcover: 32 pages
Product Dimensions: 9” x 12”
Retail Price: $16.95

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Meet Detective Red, a clever little ant who solves mysteries across the forest floor. In this book, Detective Red and the Case of the Baby Caterpillar, our hero helps a hungry caterpillar search for his missing mother, avoiding pitfalls along the way, and in the end discovers the true origin of butterflies.

Inspired by a children’s comic book written by her husband over two decades ago, artist Danielle Rogers brings to life the delightful Detective Red and his many friends from the animal kingdom.


Danielle Rogers was born in Belgium and studied art at the St. Lucas Pavilion of the Daughters of Mary Institute in Antwerp, France. For ten years she taught French in Lima, Peru, before moving to the USA to teach in 1975. An illustrator at heart, her first book, Echoes of a Quena, was published in 2010. Danielle and her husband live in West Virginia.

Proceeds from the sale of this book will also help other communities and organizations preserve their history through Our American Heritage Project, a non-profit organization.

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