We've done it! We've reached the end! I hope you have enjoyed this book. Don't forget the author will be in Kokomo this evening at IUK Haven's Auditorium. The event starts at 7:00 pm and we would love to see you there. Pick up tickets at any library location.
- Describe how CeeCee’s attitude changes during the garden party.
- Who do you think had the best time at the garden party? Do you think that the feud between Miz Goodpepper and Miz Hobbes is over?
- CeeCee suddenly has a sense of belonging, and an understanding of her mother’s feelings. She is even almost ready to forgive her father. Does she think that her life is perfect?
- How did you feel about the ending of the book? Did it provide a good sense of how the characters will carry out their lives?
- What is your overall impression of the book?
- Can you suggest any read alike titles that would appeal to those who enjoyed this title?
Other comments on this section...
- So what did you think of this year's Howard County Reads novel?
- What was your favorite part?
- What was your least favorite part?
- Any suggestions for next year's title?
***Please note that page numbers come from the paperback version of the book. Other versions may have different page numbers.
How the Read-Along Works
Each day we will read a section of the book Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman together. After reading each section, please feel free to comment, and add your thoughts about the book. The more input, the better this works! Comment as little or as much as you want, and feel free to stray from the discussion starters if you have something else about the book you really want to discuss. Most importantly, have fun as we read this book together!
Author Visit - Beth Hoffman
Friday, October 19, 2012, 7:00 p.m. at IUK Havens Auditorium
Saving CeeCee Honeycutt author Beth Hoffman will be in Kokomo on Friday, Oct. 19, to talk about her novel and answer your questions. She will sign books after the event, which begins at 7:00 p.m. at Indiana University Kokomo Havens Auditorium. Tickets are free, but you must have one to attend. Pick up your tickets beginning on Sept. 1 at any KHCPL location, the Greentown Public Library, or the IUK Library.