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Millie and Honey - The Blue Angel Planet

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A Rescue and a Near Death Experience is not what you would expect to find on a nearly perfect world like the beautiful Blue Angel Planet.
This is a fast paced adventure that has it all.
Millie and Honey begin with a nightmare and rush to unravel the mystery that surrounds the dream they share,only to find that sometimes the real thing is more bizarre than the dream.
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Kindle Edition, 79 pages
Published May 1st 2013 by J. D. Means LLC
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Feb 21, 2014 Rabid Readers Reviews rated it really liked it
Children 6-9, will soak up the talking dog of this novel. Honey is Millie’s co-conspirator within the piece. She is friend, partner in crime and the nurturing and calming influence on the characters met. Honey reads as motherly while leaving her fellow characters with the independence that children like to read.

There’s a feeling within the narrative of “this happened and then this happened and then this happened” all of which are big action moves that read as vignettes in a combined longer piec
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Kevin
Jul 16, 2013 Kevin rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids-fiction, fiction
Blue Angel Planet is yet another great book in the Millie and Honey children's series following Millie, Honey, and their cadre of pets and friends as they use some fairly cool abilities and a traveling machine to solve problems and rescue those in need. Especially cool are the Blue Angels, who are literal angels that sometimes need a hand to accomplish their important missions.

I highly recommend any Millie and Honey book if you have children who love a good story, and The Blue Angel Planet is ce
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Vickianne Caswell
Jul 20, 2016 Vickianne Caswell rated it it was amazing
J.D. Means takes you on a great and exciting adventure full of suspense in his book, “Millie and Honey - The Blue Angel Planet (Volume 3).” The book is about two characters named Millie and Honey who find out something is wrong on the Blue Angel Planet. They go to the planet to find out and help them to solve these problems. This reader liked how you could hear and understand Honey and the other dogs even though they were animals. The story contained much mystery which keeps you wanting more ...more
J.D. Means
Jun 06, 2013 J.D. Means rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
A Rescue and a Near Death Experience is not what you would expect to find on a nearly perfect world like the beautiful Blue Angel Planet.
This is a fast paced adventure that has it all.
Millie and Honey begin with a nightmare and rush to unravel the mystery that surrounds the dream they share, only to find that sometimes the real thing is more bizarre than the dream.
Hold on to your seats as this knuckle biting adventure twists and turns, with lots of unexpected outcomes.
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Ehsan Etminan
Ehsan Etminan rated it really liked it
Oct 24, 2014
Joseph Means
Joseph Means rated it it was amazing
Dec 05, 2013
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Nov 18, 2013
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The early 1960s was a great time to be a kid. Everything was stable and most children had a safe and comfortable home. Everything was looking up and the future was bright with endless possibilities. The kingdom of Camelot was in full bloom.

I was born in Youngstown, Ohio (September 7, 1956) and was raised on a farm, where I did chores and grew a vegetable garden. We were far from rich, but we were
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