Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jan 19, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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When Camille Sugarbaker Honeycutt, the pretty but crazy 1951 Vidalia Onion Queen, dies suddenly, her twelve-year-old daughter CeeCee has barely a hope left in the world. To her rescue arrives Great Aunt Tootie in the most magnificent car CeeCee has ever seen, and she is whisked away to the storybook city of Savannah.

For some flowers, Aunt Tootie holds, are born to bloom only south of the Mason-Dixon line and soon, among the sweet scent of magnolias and the loving warmth of Tootie and her colourful collection of friends, it looks as though CeeCee has arrived in paradise. But when a darker side to the Southern dream threatens this delicate, newfound happiness, Aunt Tootie and her friends must rally to CeeCee's aid.

Warm yet heartbreaking, and generously spiced with humor, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt is the story of a girl who loses her mother but finds many others under a balmy Georgia sun.

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User Review  - akblanchard - LibraryThing

In 1967 wealthy Aunt Tootie rescues bookish 12 year old CeeCee after the girl's mentally-ill mother gets hit by a truck and her father runs away from the situation. CeeCee is spirited away to a female ... Read full review

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User Review  - AJBraithwaite - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this book. There was a strong sense of fairy tale about it, with words of wisdom sprinkled over the pages and a rags-to-riches story. The contrast between the cold North and the warm South ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Beth Hoffman is an expert on historic homes in the South and she rescues animals; previously the successful head of an interior design firm, she had a near death experience that lead her to her writing career.

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