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This is a funny, poignant, sad, true story of a large family of eight. It's full of adventure, a haunted home, comedic antics and a wonderful life-- until tragedy strikes..  
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Honey I'm Home
By tony angelo
Friday, February 04, 2011

Rated "G" by the Author.

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This is a story for the early reader about learning to trust others who are different than themselves. The bear and the bee become unlikely friends as they find each others needs and wants. Their trust wasnít just given, it was earned. Itís a simple lesson we all must learn.

Children can also be inspired through their own creativity in both art and reading. The illustrations can be easily copied and new stories can be told from their experiences.

Bears love honey and bees make it. How can these two unlikely creatures work together and form an alliance, well author Tony Angelo figured out a way to show that all creatures can get along. Sleeping away the winter and waking up in spring, Lee, the Bear meets Honey the Bee and they become fast friends. This is a tale that teaches the reader that differences can be put aside and friendships created when you look past outer appearances. How can a bear and a bee become friends? Author Tony Angeloís story Honey in Home is a heartwarming tale that teaches the reader that friendships come when you least expect it. Honey Bee and Lee the Bear take the reader on a wonderful journey into the lives of many of the animals in the forest teaching both children and adults: what else: Who loves Honey and who does not? What other animals eat and what they do not? Friendships, understanding, teamwork, and humor fill this great new story by the master of storytelling, Tony Angelo. For those honey lovers, you might want to make friends with these two great characters and get your own supply the golden sweet treat.

Fran Lewis

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Reviewed by Donna Chandler 2/5/2011
This sounds like a book that every parent would enjoy reading to their young child. I wish you much success.

Donna

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