When Honey the Great Dane and her canine friends go on an Easter picnic with their owners, they never think that they might all be involved in an Easter mystery. Not too far away from all the fun and Easter festivities, Honey and her crew see a strange looking, rundown house off in the distance. As the dogs start talking with each other, they all start compiling notes on what rumors they’ve heard about the house and its occupants. Before they know it, their curiosity gets the better of them and they begin a full out investigation of the house. What happens when they approach the house? Who lives there? What mystery must be solved by Honey and her canine friends?
This is another wonderful addition to the Big Honey Dog Mysteries Series and Ms. Hanna continues to outdo herself with each new story. I love Honey the Great Dane and enjoy the mysteries her and her canine friends set out on in each book. The stories are so enjoyable and the characters are all very amusing. It’s hard to put the books down once you start reading them. In this Easter story, I love how Honey and her friends are on a mystery investigation to find the lost Russian treasure – a beautiful Faberge egg that has gone missing for years. I also want to mention that this short story is being offered as a free download from now until Easter, so this might be something you would like to mention to all your canine loving friends. I highly recommend this story to readers of all ages and look forward to reading many more of Honey’s adventures in the near future. Please keep writing more Honey adventures, Ms. Hanna!
Long-lost heirloom. Desperate egg hunt. Serious slobber.
Join Honey the Great Dane and her canine friends in this exciting Easter mystery as they come across a strange, fairy-tale house and its mysterious occupants. Can they decipher the clues in time to find a priceless lost treasure from the Russian Revolution? This short novella is part of the Big Honey Dog Mysteries. Kids & dog lovers of all ages will enjoy this action-packed mystery series filled with suspense and humour! The perfect upper middle grade read or a book for parents (grandparents!) and children to enjoy together. (Age: 9+)