Ociee On Her Own

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BelleBooks, May 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction
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Book two in the Ociee Nash series. Ten year old Ociee Nash is back for more adventures, trouble and laughter in the sequel to Milam McGraw Propst's award-winning young adult novel, A FLOWER BLOOMS ON CHARLOTTE STREET. Growing up in turn-of-the-century America, Ociee returns home to her family's Mississippi farm after her exciting time living with Aunt Mamie in the big city of Asheville, North Carolina. But as Ociee returns to her Mississippi town for more daring-do things have changed. Tom Sawyer. Huckleberry Finn. Anne of Green Gables. Pollyanna. Laura Ingalls Wilder. In the tradition of those classics and others, Bell Bridge Books proudly presents the sweet, funny, poignant and mischievous adventures of ten-year-old Ociee Nash, a likable tomboy who turns her grief over her mother's death into a talent for recognizing lonely people who need a friend. Atlanta author Milam McGraw Propst was awarded Georgia Author of the Year and a national Parent's Choice Award for the first book in the Ociee Nash series, 'A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street, which then became an acclaimed film in 2003 as THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH, starring Skyler Day, Keith Carradine, Mare Winningham, and Ty Pennington
 

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Ociee on Her Own by Milam McGraw Propst Mercer University Press, Macon, Georgia (2003) I received this free ebook from Milam McGraw Propst on Librarything's Member Giveaway. The Adventures of Ociee ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
18
Section 4
25
Section 5
31
Section 6
45
Section 7
53
Section 8
60
Section 11
86
Section 12
99
Section 13
107
Section 14
117
Section 15
123
Section 16
131
Section 17
140
Section 18
146

Section 9
72
Section 10
79
Section 19
154
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Milam McGraw Propst is a freelance writer. Her first novel, "A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street", was awarded the Parent's Choice Award, & Propst was named Georgia Author of the Year. She has published numerous articles published in "Georgia Journal", "Caring Magazine", "Birmingham Magazine", & "The Birmingham News".

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