"Honey Moon is in a terrible pickle. She borrowed her mother's precious silver locket without permission and now the family heirloom has gone missing. Honey suspects it was taken by one of her best friends. She sets out to find the necklace before her mother notices it's gone. Along the way, Honey meets Shiver, who turns out to be much more than the owner of the newest popsicle shop in Sleepy Hollow. With Shiver's guidance and a bit of magic, Honey is able to track down the locket and learn the importance of telling the truth and the power of forgiveness."--Amazon.com.
B is for Bookworm
Human Development Degree, Book-loving aunt
This was a fun, magical book about honesty, friendship, and forgiveness. I also think the hint of Halloween as they live in the town of Sleepy Hollow is a great addition to the book, which makes it a fun read for fall or any time of the year! When Honey gets caught in a tangle of lies, she learns that telling the truth is always the best policy, and she also learns to forgive her friend.
Joyce Magnin is the author of more than a dozen books. including the award-winning Bright's Pond series, the Harriet Beamer novels, Maybelle in Stitches (Quilts of Love Series) and three middle-grade novels, Jelly Bean Summer, Carrying Mason and Cake-Love, Chickens and Taste of Peculiar which was awarded a Kirkus starred review. Her debut novel, The Prayers of Agnes Sparrow (Bright's Pond) was named one of the top five titles of 2009 by Library Journal. Joyce is a staff author for Rabbit Publishing where she writes the Honey Moon books and collaborates on the Harry Moon titles. Joyce also writes curriculum with Rabbit Publishing based on the popular middle-grade series. She loves to visit school and talk about the magical world of books and writing. You can learn more about Harry and Honey Moon at Harrymoon.com "Writing and story have always been a part of my life. I love to share my passion, my joy and my personal adventure." ~ Joyce Magnin Joyce has also worked as a teacher's assistant and for a time her secret identity was Cafeteria Monitor. Her experience with children has been invaluable to her. She lives in Vancouver, WA with her son, Adam and their tiny dog, Minnie--because she's so mini. Joyce loves to play RPGs, reading, cross-stitch and cream soda. Joyce has never eaten a scallop.View Author