A Flower Blooms on Charlotte StreetSpring 2000 Non-Fiction
Ages: 10 & Up
Author: Milam McGraw Propst
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Hardcover Price: $18.95
Review:In 1898, after her mother's death, Ociee runs wild with her brothers in Marshall County, Mississippi. Her mother's sister, Aunt Mamie, has other plans for Ociee. Her loving father agrees and packs his only daughter on the train to go live with her aunt on Charlotte Street in Ashville, North Carolina; it is the biggest metropolis that the child has ever seen. This protagonist, lively and sympathetic, stars in a story that is permeated with familial love.
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