Like any child figuring out his or her way in the world, Honey gets into trouble. Sometimes it’s her fault and sometimes she just walks right into it, but with the love and help of Mommy and her friends, she always manages to come out on top—and just a little bit smarter. Each “Hey, Honey!” book is 32 pages, full of color illustrations and is best suited for young or preschool children who enjoy having stories read to them. Read right away on your Kindle or e-reader device or have an actual book sent to you to keep! Choose your favorite option on Amazon.
Honey Comes Home
When Honey’s owner can no longer take care of her, she goes to live in a rescue center to be adopted. Meanwhile, a nice woman in the same town is looking everywhere to adopt an English bulldog, but can’t seem to find one. The woman visits the rescue center and meets a number of interesting dogs, but doesn’t feel that special connection. Then she finally sees Honey and they both know it’s a perfect match. There’s only one problem: another family has already agreed to adopt her!
My First Day of School
Honey sees all the neighborhood children going off to school every day and knows it must be a very fun place. Mommy surprises her by announcing Honey will be going to school, too! At first, school is a strange place filled with all kinds of other dogs. It’s so overwhelming, Honey isn’t sure she’ll ever fit in. But before the end of the day, she’ll make new friends and become a favorite of the “teacher,” Miss Heather.
My Favorite Spot
It’s Game Night and Honey can hardly wait. From her favorite spot on the sofa, she watches Mommy get ready for guests. Pretty soon, all the seats are full, Honey is still in her favorite spot, and everyone is having fun. Then a new guest arrives, a girl with braces on her legs. Will Honey surrender her favorite spot to a total stranger? No, but she might to a new friend.
The Scary, Airy Basement
Mommy is working down in the basement, a dark, scary place—at least in Honey’s imagination. Honey’s never been down there, because she’s terrified of the danger that awaits at the bottom of those stairs. Her friend Herbie comes up with a plan to show Honey that sometimes what’s in your head is much worse than real life.
I Love Snow!
Honey wakes up to a winter wonderland and she can’t wait to get outside and play with Congo, next door. She’ll even let Mommy dress her in a funny-looking sweater! But her friend Justice waits inside because he’s small and the snow is deep. Honey invites him to play in her snow maze and soon Justice loves snow, too!
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