Melody has lived in Royal, Indiana, for as long as she can remember. It's been just her and her father, and she's been okay with that. But then she overhears him calling someone Honey -- and suddenly it feels like everyone in Royal has a secret. It's up to Melody and her best friend, Nick, to piece together the clues and discover why Honey is being hidden.
Meanwhile, a dog named Mo is new to Royal. He doesn't remember much from when he was a puppy . . . but he keeps having dreams of a girl he is bound to meet someday. This girl, he's sure, will change everything.
In Honey, Sarah Weeks introduces two characters -- one a girl, one a dog -- who are reaching back further than their memories in order to figure out where they came from and where they're going. It's a total treat from beginning to end.
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Sarah Weeks was born and raised in the United States. She is the author of numerous award-winning novels, including Save Me a Seat with Gita Varadarajan, Honey, Pie, So B. It, Oggie Cooder, and Oggie Cooder: Party Animal. She lives in New York and teaches in the MFA program at the New School in New York City. She can be found on the Web at www.sarahweeks.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I think that Honey is a excellent book. It's very heartfelt, and I couldn't put it down!Iread it in one day that it was that good! It is a mix between history and romance I would say. It interigies you when Mirianda's dad calls somebody Honey on the phone. Sarah Weeks is very capable of making good books. If you liked Honey you should defintely try As Simple As It Seems, and So B. It! I have read those as well, and let me asure you that they're just as good as Honey is. The only problem that I had with Honey was that it was too short! I guess that that wasn't really a problem since it was so good it was a problem for me. I would suggest spreading your readings of it out so you say intriged! I hope that my advice was helpful!