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The Further Adventures of Ociee Nash

The Further Adventures of Ociee Nash

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Great novel for middle-grade young readers; the early 1900's adventures of Ociee Nash, a Mississippi girl based on author Milam Propst's own grandmother. Book one in the Ociee Nash series was made into the feature film THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH STARRING Keith Carradine, Ty Pennington, and Skyler Day as Ociee. This novel to be published in September in trade paperback; available at bookstores everywhere, 12.95; visit www.bellbridgebooks.com Email editor at editor@bellebooks.com
Great novel for middle-grade young readers; the early 1900's adventures of Ociee Nash, a Mississippi girl based on author Milam Propst's own grandmother. Book one in the Ociee Nash series was made into the feature film THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH STARRING Keith Carradine, Ty Pennington, and Skyler Day as Ociee. This novel to be published in September in trade paperback; available at bookstores everywhere, 12.95; visit www.bellbridgebooks.com Email editor at editor@bellebooks.com

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Published by: BelleBooks Publishing House on Jul 10, 2009
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THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH SERIES
BY MILAM MCGRAW PROPSTAll Three Novels In This Special Review GalleyBook One: A Flower Blooms on Charlotte StreetBook Two: Ociee On Her Own NEW! Book Three: The Further Adventures of Ociee Nash
YOUNG ADULT * HISTORICAL * MIDDLE-GRADE
Setting: 1900 Mississippi, Tennessee, North CarolinaTom Sawyer. Huckleberry Finn. Anne of Green Gables. Pollyanna, Laura IngallsWilder. In the tradition of those classics and others, Bell Bridge Books proudly presentsthe sweet, funny, poignant and mischievous adventures of ten-year-old Ociee Nash, alikable tomboy who turns her grief over her mother’s death into a talent for recognizinglonely people who need a friend. Travel with Ociee as she spends time in the big city of Asheville, North Carolina, where she struggles to become a lady under the tutelage of her Aunt Mamie; then as Ociee returns to her Mississippi town for more daring-do as she be-friends a Gypsy, and now as she, Papa, and brother Ben move to the bright lights of Memphis, Tennessee, where a “witch woman” captures Ociee’s tender heart.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, whichthen became an
acclaimed film
in 2003 as
THE ADVENTURES OF OCIEE NASH,starring Skyler Day, Keith Carradine, Mare Winningham, and Ty Pennington
She is hard at work on the fourth book in Ociee’s saga. Milam’s stories areinspired by the history of her own grandmother, Ociee Nash Whitman. Visit her atwww.milammcgrawpropst.comor www.bellebooks.com.
Contact Deborah Smith, Editor, at editor@bellebooks.com* 706/867-7709 Bell Bridge Books, a division of BelleBooksPO Box 300921 * Memphis, TN 38130www.bellbridgebooks.com *www.bellebooks.com
 
The Further Adventures of Ociee Nash
Book Three in The Adventures Of Ociee Nash SeriesYoung Adult, Historical, Middle-GradeSetting: 1900 Mississippi and North Carolina
Pub Date: September 1, 2009 * 175 Pages * Trade Paperback * 14.95
Available via Ingram, Brodart, Baker & Taylor ISBN TRADE PAPERBACK:
978-0-9841258-0-7
Copyright Milam McGraw Propst 2009SCRIBD EDITION

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