to add to your reading list if you haven't read it already! I had passed this sweet little book by on more than one occasion and when I finally found it as a bargain book, I snapped it up and added it to my reading table. Between naps yesterday, I got lost in the 1968 world of twelve-year-old Cecelia Rose Honeycutt. I hate to give any of the story away - but it had the same Southern flavor as The Secret Life of Bees - and was just as good. This book is touching, heartwarming and laugh-out-loud funny all at the same time. The best part was a travelling brassiere that took on a life of its own - and that's all I'm going to say about that. Do yourself a favor and treat yourself to an afternoon in Savannah circa 1968. You'll be glad you did.
4 years ago