For a while now I have been searching the public library's catalog waiting for the book Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt to be available. Last weekend, one copy was available, yet it was a large print copy. I saw nothing wrong with checking out the large print copy, besides I am practically blind at night without my contacts in anyway! Well, Marty was appalled that I would "steal" that book away from the elderly that were probably waiting to read that one copy in the large print section. This brings up my question...What is library etiquette regarding large print copies? Do you leave them to the elderly? Is it polite to pass by the one copy of the book you have been searching for because it is large print and your eyes can read regular print? Hmm. Still thinking about this one!
Well, I finished Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt in a week, and as a working girl this is a big task. I couldn't put this book down. I could smell the magnolia blossoms and taste the sweet tea as the author painted such a vivid picture of Savannah. If you can find it in your local public library, it is a quick read that is worth the time.