Set in Memphis in July of 1900, "Ociee Nash, the Finale" concludes the memorable series based on my grandmother's childhood. The stories offer enough adventure to capture the imaginations of young readers, while also calling to mind important family values through the ups and downs experienced by the Nashes of Abbeville. Mississippi. The final spinoff from the delightful film, "The Adventures of Ociee Nash," this story brings the reader up to date on Ociee and Ben Nash and their close knit family, and introduces an intriguing character,Matilda Birdsall.*It's not necessary to have read the first four books in order to keep up with the story. But, hopefully, the readers will chose to do so!*The first three books in the series are available on Barnes & Noble Nook Book: "A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street," "Ociee on Her Own" and "The Further Adventures of Ociee Nash."Ociee is a curious, curly haired 11-year-old farm girl, who continues to find herself caught up in one adventure after another. This happens most often when she's in the company of her 12-year-old brother, Ben. One such event takes place when the children encounter a rabid dog they decide to call "The Brute."