New Fanciful Tale Awaits Readers in Author Marsha A. Prude’s Debut

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“C.C. Bee Moves to Honey Town and The Adventures of Grampa Bumble” is a delightful book packed with exciting adventures to captivate everyone.

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C.C. Bee Moves to Honey Town and The Adventures of Grampa Bumble by first-time author Marsha A. Prude is a an amusing and inspirational book written in stylish and charming children’s-story fashion. The author gives life and amazing adventures to a bumblebee family, particularly its young star, C.C. Bee. Readers will surely find an exciting, lesson-filled and inspiring literary journey with this book.

In this book, the young C.C. Bee and his family find out suddenly that they must move from their home in Bee Village, although he is fearful of the change in his new life style he c.c. makes the most of it reconnecting with his Grampa Bumble in Honey Town and of making new friends. Still, all is not exactly well in Honey Town, the Bee family's new surroundings. While Grampa Bumble regales the family with some of his wonderful adventure stories away from Honey Town, he also tells the family about a great local mystery involving his father, C.C. Bee's great-grampa, Boss Bumble.

Throughout this book, readers will find adorable characters they will definitely love like Boss Bumble, Big Barley the Bear, Winslow Duck, Pea Wig, and many others, including a talking rock, a talking weasel, a talking water-well bucket, and most importantly, a very special talking cane.

In C.C. Bee Moves to Honey Town and the Adventure of Grampa Bumble, Prude delights children and adults alike with this fanciful tale of adventure and intrigue. It is complemented by warm and descriptive illustrations, which makes it sure to be an asked-for nightly reading and listening ritual for young, eager minds.

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About the Author
Marsha A. Prude is a native of Kentucky. She is married and with five adult children. She advanced her education by enrolling in the Institute of Children's Literature where she received her diploma. She is also an Honorable member in the Order of Kentucky Colonels which makes her a goodwill ambassador for the State of Kentucky and all over the world. With more accomplishments, she is an Honored member of Cambridge Who’s Who for Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs. For those who like fan pages, they can check out “C.C. Bee Moves to Honey Town and the Adventures of Grampa Bumble” at http://www.facebook.com. Also Prude has had the privilege while attending the Kentucky book Fair standing with Championship Basketball coach and hall of famer Rick Pitino, UofL Coach, & Former UK NCAA Championship Coach. Mr. Pitino posed with Prude for a snap shot and personally autographed her C.C. Bee book at the event. Which made this a remarkable event in her writing carrier. Prude also was saluted at the 2012 Ky derby expo in which the Governor of Kentucky Steven L. Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear recognized her achievement! She's also appeared on the Elle Scoop Show with talk show host Lindsey MaGaha. She writes in the story fashion form of anthropomorphism which has been popular in children's stories for generations.

C.C. Bee moves to Honey Town and The Adventures of Grampa Bumble * by Marsha A. Prude
Publication Date: August 6, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4836-1634-6
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4836-1635-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-1636-0

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