Honey the Hero (Bird Brain )
Unfortunately, every time she tries to help, Honey only ...more
The story follows the small bird, who one day arrives upon the home of a human family, Hero watches through the window as the family seemingly enjoys and loves the heroic character on a television program they were watching. Hero, decides that she could also be a hero and thus well loved!
So with ample amounts of confidence, she fashions herself a super hero's outfit:) Namely a shap ...more
Written in simple easy to read words with beautiful illustrations Honey the Hero is an ideal book to share with young readers ...more
If all you do is read his bio at the ...more
Honey thinks it would be great to help out people in trouble. And she can already fly…hmmm….So she gets to work fashioning her super hero disguise with the help of some grass and a leaf.
Things however soon get more com ...more
Honey kept trying to be a hero but every time she did she messed up things for the animals she tried to help. This made her very upset and she wanted to quit, but her mama told her, her heart was in the right place and one day she would find someone to help. Later she found a lost baby dingo and he was very scared and sad. Honey helped him find his mom, brothers, and sisters. I learned that you should always try to help others but only if they want your he ...more
That's what Honey the Hero learns in this lovely book. The illustrations are as charming as the story. Young readers will enjoy this book, and older readers will enjoy reading it to them!
Honey the Hero is about an Australian parakeet who decides to become a superhero and help her fellow animal friends. Unfortunately for Honey, her assistance doesn't exactly go as planned. Dejected, she decides to give up...until she discovers a baby dingo in need of help. Will Honey become the superhero she's always dreamed of being?
The story is short, cute, and definitely a must-read for kids, and bir ...more
Honey just wants to be a super hero and help others out, but her efforts at first just make things worse. She becomes very sad and goes to her mom and tells her she's too small and what all happened. Momma bird tells her that she is not too small and someone will need help that only she can give.
I love this book and it's great for kids who often think they are too small to be of any help. This shows that everyo ...more
small parakeet. Honey see a super character on screen
While watching a family gathered around the television.
Honey decides to become a superhero. Using her
imagination Honey makes a superhero outfit then is off
to be a hero. Will a small bird be able to be a hero?
This book while aimed for younger reader about
pre-school thru first and second grades presents a message
that will be beneficial to everyone.
The engaging , fun illustrations and cap ...more
Oh those innocent childhood days. Wow, this was a great book. I love reading such books which make me take a trip down memory lane.
I used to read a lot and I definitely read quite a lot of books when I was small. And this reminded me of myself.
This was one of the cutest books I have read. I didn’t think I would get to read a children’s book. I read the ones at home fairly often and then enjoy the trip back to my childhood and this one was just like that.
I got the opp ...more
Honey the Hero by Emlyn Chand is an sweet, enchanting tale which encourages children to help each other. Set in Australia, with well drawn illustrations of animals native to the region, Ms. Chand's tale is an inspiration to be the best we can be and look beyond ourselves. While written for the 4-6 year old age group, I found the story cute and entertaining.
Inspired by something she sees ...more
So I was thrilled when my bestie Emlyn Chand of Novel Publicity begged asked me to review her kids' book Honey the Hero. Honey is a little birdie who wants to be a superhero. What's not to love about that?Here's what the buzz is saying:
Let me tell you about Honey. She’s a cur ...more
Unfortunately, every time she tries to help, she only manages to make matters worse. But what happens when someone really needs her help. Will Honey rise to the challenge?
Honey is a charming character that is sweetly inn ...more
But, in the end Honey finds a way that e ...more
This book is geared for the age group of 5-7.
Honey the main character is a little young birdie from Australia. She is also curious as she flies all over her home talking and meeting new friends. One day as she is observing some humans she saw on their tv a hero who had a cape.
Seeing the hero fly through the air fighting crime she gets in her head why not her? Flying came naturally to her, she could be a hero also.
Going back home she cre ...more
Now all she needed to do was find someone to ...more
Book Review: Honey The Hero By Emlyn Chand: A Must Read Book For The Kid Within Every Person
39 reviews on amazon.com with an average rating of 4.7 say it all. To prove that what is on Amazon is not by chance, the same can be seen on GoodReads where this book has been rated by 54 readers and the average rating is 4.5. Honey The Hero A Bird Brain Book by Emlyn Chand is a fantastic children book and for all adults who have a child within them. As a child, I r ...more
Taking a shine to the idea, she soon sets off to create her costume. Everything she needs in order to mask her ...more
I read this book and I also read it with my son. I thought it was an extremely cute story with a very lovable main character. All Honey wants to do is help people like the super hero she saw on the human TV, but she just can't seem to get it quite right. She tries too hard and ends up making some mistakes. I thought it was a cute story with a nice lesson mixed in too. Now, my son is ten years old, so a bit old for children's books per say, but I ...more
My 7 year old and I read Honey the Hero! together and she loved it. She has actually asked me to read it to her each night!!
Honey reminds me of toddler, always wanting to help but sometimes being to much help. Sometimes we don't realize it but our "help" is actually the opposite. It doesn't mean that our intentions are not from the heart, or that there isn't a "job" out there for us. We ...more
Only problem is, as it happens so often in a child's life, the best intentions go awry and her friends ...more
Melissa Storm is a mother first, and everything else second. She used to write under the pseudonym Emlyn Chand, but finally had the confidence to come out as herself to the world. Her fiction is highly personal and often based on true stories. Writing is Melissa'sway of showing her daughter just how beautiful life can be, when you pay attention to the everyday wonders that surround us.