Little Honker and the Swinging Tails

Little Honker and the Swinging Tails

The Little Honker Series, Book 3

Regular price $8.99

Little Honker series · ages 7-9 · cats · children’s books · chapter books

"What an adorable story. Very easy read and such a great inspiration to young readers to reach for the stars and include others, even if they may be a bit different! Loved it!!" ★★★★★ Reader Review 

Can a cat really start his own band? Warren the Honking Cat decides to do just that, and Little Honker and the Swinging Tails is born...but not without some surprises. 


"Your young readers will love this darling tale about a musical cat and his friends that form a band. I wish I could be as talented as that cat! Pre-readers will enjoy listening to this cute story, while children who are just beginning to read chapter books on their own will be enthralled both by the story and by the illustrations. A great gift for grandparents to buy for their grandchildren as well!"  ★★★★★ Reader Review 

"What a delightful story which shows that one can be different [honking instead of meowing] and still achieve one’s dreams...I’m looking forward to Ms White’s next stories."  ★★★★★ Reader Review 

"Such a fun book! We love Warren!...This is a great read and a wonderful message for young readers, especially those just shifting toward chapter books."  ★★★★★ Reader Review 

"A super cute story about how nothing is impossible and dreams can come true, especially with a little help from your friends! Warren the honking cat is a wonderful dreamer and definitely has many more dreams to come, perhaps a bigger venue for his band to perform! A great book for elementary readers and dreamers of all ages!"  ★★★★★ Reader Review 


Virginia K. White was born in South Dakota but grew up in Nebraska. She taught English in Nebraska, Wyoming, and Colorado. Kids, teaching, writing, and animals are among the things she loves. After 40 years in the classroom, she was able to put those loves together and write for young readers, a long time goal of hers. She reads and talks to young readers in elementary schools as well as volunteers in the classroom of one of her former students, who is now an art teacher. Her philosophy is "if you write for young readers, you need to be around young readers!" Virginia lives in Colorado with her husband and three rescue cats—Sprite, Fanta, and Willy. 

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