Georgia Sue grows up in the quiet town of Coffeeville, Georgia in the days preceding television, computer games, and cell phones. She finds abundant entertainment in the activities of the townsfolk. Some of these activities she witnesses firsthand, but most she learns about as oral history in stories told by others, especially by her insightful grandmother, Momann. She also receives valuable lessons in living from being near her favorite aunt, Augusta, who holds court in her popular antique store felicitously situated in the center of Coffeeville-if not the universe-Downtown on the Square.
Although she relishes the telling and retelling of these tales of local legend, Georgia Sue longs to grow up and move away to some place where somethin' interestin' is always happenin', so she can write stories about that.
The town and its characters are fictional, but the stories are loosely based on or derived from events known or believed to have occurred.
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Book Description Wheatmark, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1587367793