This was a great book on how to introduce an adopt pet into a family with kids wanting different things. Great tool for those that want to put the idea in their kids heads that a new puppy isn’t always the way to get a great dog.
Hunny is a shelter dog. He really wanted his very own fur-ever family. So, when Mom, Dad, Alex, and Luna came to the shelter to find their furry best friend, I put on a good show. They especially loved it when I placed my paw on the glass barrier between us and I was able to high-five through the glass with Luna. After a quick get-to-know-you romp in the fenced yard of the shelter, I was bathed and checked over by the vet, preparing me to go home with my new family. That was big excitement, but even more fun was the car ride and the visit to the pet store on the way home. Oh boy! Was I ever being spoiled!
J.E. Michel’s picture book story, Hunny Finds a Family, is a wonderful, compassionate story about a shelter dog who finds his fur-ever family and lives happily-ever-after. Hunny is a very happy puppy and a loving, caring best friend for everyone in the family. The story begins with Hunny living in the shelter and meeting his fur-ever family for the first time. The funny antics of this playful puppy will have young readers laughing along and falling in love with this charming little four-legged, furry friend. The bright and cheery illustrations go along well with the bright and cheery Hunny and his new family. The story, which we learn at the end, is based on the author’s beautiful Hunny dog. The message is clear: to love and cherish each other, to care for one another, and, most importantly, to show gratitude. Hunny clearly did all of those things, showing particular gratitude for being chosen and being loved by a wonderful family. There is even a page for the young reader to list the things they are grateful for.
San Diego – Jan. 28, 2021 – PRLog – “Hunny Finds a Family”, a 5-star Readers’ Favorite recipient, is an endearing little story, told through the eyes of Hunny, the Golden Retriever. This book (the first in a series), with its colorful, cheerful illustrations tells the story of how Hunny lives in a shelter and has always longed for a forever family. Finally, one day her wish comes true and she gets adopted.
Not only does Hunny capture the reader with her cute little antics, but she also teaches the reader the meaning of gratitude and interacts with him/her by asking them what they are grateful for and providing a page at the end of the book for them to write about their gratitude.
J.E. Michel, the author of this series believes that learning and educating is best and most easily achieved through fun and exciting methods such as story telling.
This series should definitely be a part of your child’s book collection, as it will be for mine! The link below will take you to the author’s webpage, get your copy soon as I’m sure it will fly off the shelves.