The Book of Manning DVD

After the ESPN airing of The Book of Manning -- the story of legendary Mississippians Archie and Olivia Manning and their sons, Cooper, Peyton, and Eli, who together became the first family of American football -- we received scores of inquiries for "the book" of The Book of Manning. There is no such book, though we think it would be a good idea if there were, but there is, or will be by October 29, a 77-minute DVD ($14.95), for which we are now taking orders. 

Narrated by John Goodman, The Book of Manning features revealing interviews with family members, friends, former teammates and coaches as well as photos and home movie footage of Archie and his sons. Through it all, director Rory Karpf explores how a tragedy shaped the course of not only Archie's life, but his family's as well.      

Ole Miss fans may want to consider adding to your order the following recent publications:

The Education of a Lifetime (24.95), the memoir by former Chancellor Robert Khayat (signed copies) which John Grisham called "engaging and unflinching" 
Are You Ready? 100 Years of Family, Friends, and Food (35.00), from the Department of Nutrition and Hospitality Management, University of Mississippi, featuring recipes, photos, and anecdotes
Ole Miss: A Photographic Essay (42.00), the new book with photographs by Kevin Bain, Robert Jordan, and Nathan Latil, with an introduction by Chancellor Dan Jones and Foreword by Jeff McManus, Director of Landscape Services, featuring the most beautiful college campus in America
For The Love of Oxford (14.00), the 2014 calendar with illustrations by Janie Davis
Where Do They Go on Game Day: The Story of the Squirrels Who Live in the Grove (14.95), the charming new children's book by Laurie G. Fisher

Sycamore Row by John Grisham (28.95), the new suspense novel out October 22 Signed Copies

The Tilted World (25.99), by Tom Franklin and Beth Ann Fennelly, the husband-wife University of Mississippi faculty members, whose novel set during the 1927 Mississippi flood is drawing rave reviews. Signed copies
Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey, (40.00), the great new cookbook by James Beard Award-winning chef and restauranteur John Currence, of City Grocery, Big Bad Breakfast, Boure, and Snack Bar fame. Rich with interesting, fun anecdotes and food lore, with about 130 recipes. Signed copies

shipping: $3 for The Book of Manning, $8 for two or more items. Please refer to your order as Rebel Special.