Little Honker's Backyard Adventures
The Little Honker Series, Book 4
Little Honker series · ages 7-9 · cats · children’s books · chapter books
"Warren's experiences are very much some a child has in real life. Readers will readily engage in and relate to this book with the author's ability to combine fiction and nonfiction throughout the entire story." —S. Foster, Elementary Educator
Can a cat have magical powers?
Are cats able to predict a future event?
From Egyptian times to the present, cats in many cultures are considered both lucky and magical. Is Little Honker one of those magical cats? Little Honker seems to have some magical powers and predicts an upcoming event.
"This latest book of Little Honker's adventures is a great one! I was enthralled through the whole book, anxious to see what would happen next. It has exciting characters and a great story line! It is also nice that it promotes adopting rescue cats, because that is really important this day and age. Kids and adults alike will enjoy this fun story, filled with surprises! It is great!" —★★★★★ Reader Review
"...a high-interest read for my eight year old grandson and I think other readers will find that as well!" —★★★★★ Reader Review
"Sweet story that I read to my cat because she loves water too! Magical cats are the best!" —★★★★★ Reader Review
"Little Honker's latest book has him finding adventures with rescue cats, mallard ducks and a ferret. The story pulls you in while feeding you fun facts about all these amazing animals. There is also a nod to animal-rescue facilities. I think children will enjoy the story while seeing a great model of very different creatures playing and working together in harmony." —★★★★★ Reader Review
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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.