Honey Butter

Honey Butter by Millie Florence


“It’s a wonderful thought that every day has something to celebrate.” Jamie Johnson is a seven-year-old girl with an annoying older sister, a short attention span, and an odd hobby of collecting paint sample cards. Laren Lark is an almost-thirteen-year-old girl with a love of books, a talent for poetry, and a past full of road school adventures. This Book is a whimsical story about what happened to them one fateful summer, with a pound of friendship, a gallon of family, and a ton of everyday joy

*This novel was given to me in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are indeed my own.*

Honey Butter is absolutely whimsical and heartfelt.

Millie paints a strong picture of the hardships of siblings and the tale of friendship packed into a tiny adventure. This novel really hits home for me, it makes me feel like a kid again, to know innocence and to feel care-free. 

My favorite part of this novel is the use of paint cards and not just the fact that our character Jamie collects them, no. The use of paint cards for chapter titles is brilliant and adorable! It’s such an original idea and it really adds a unique touch.

The way Honey Butter is written adds great depth to the characters and to the plot of the storyline. It’s written with pure emotion from the author because you can really see the feelings clearly either from the characters or from the author herself in the way she writes. 

Honey Butter went beyond my expectations in such a lovely way. I really enjoyed everything about the way it was woven together. I can’t wait to read the young authors next novel!

You can buy Honey Butter here.    

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