Honey and Me by Karen Mccombie
  

Honey and Me

Written by Karen Mccombie
Illustrated by Cathy Brett

7+ readers   9+ readers   Super-readable Dyslexia-friendly   

RRP £5.99

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Interest Age 8-12 Reading Age 8+ Karen McCombie writes straight to the heart of pre-teens, and Honey and Me is a perfect McCombie novel. Kirsten has just moved up to secondary school and is really enjoying the fresh start. Life at home is difficult however: Mum and Dad are arguing all the time, and her brother is getting into trouble with his teachers. She doesn’t feel she can talk about it to her new school mates, so turns to her oldest friend instead. Talking to Honey really helps, as it always does, so why does Kirsten need to keep her friend a secret? Involving, reassuring and full of truths, this will go down really well with young girls. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

Honey and Me by Karen Mccombie

Things haven't been great for Kirsten recently - she's had to start at a new school where she doesn't know anybody, and home hasn't been a great place to be either with Mum and Dad arguing all the time. At least she has her old friend Honey to talkto. But her new friends have lots of questions about Honey...and her older brother Finn might just spill the beans about this special friend!

Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+

About the Author

Karen Mccombie

Karen McCombie has written over 80 books full of endearing characters and quirky humour; her series Ally’s World has sold over 200,000 copies. Born in Scotland, Karen now lives in north London. Karen loves her job, but is a complete fidget. She regularly packs up her laptop and leaves Office Number 1 (her weeny back bedroom) and has a brisk walk to Office Number 2 (the local garden centre café). Read more about the author here.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
72 pages
Interest Age: From 8 to 10 years

Author

Karen Mccombie
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Author's Website

www.karenmccombie.com

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Publisher

Barrington Stoke Ltd

Publication date

15th August 2015

ISBN

9781781124758

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