When English bulldog Honey’s owner can no longer take care of her, she goes to live in a rescue center to be adopted. Meanwhile, a nice woman in the same town is looking everywhere to adopt an English bulldog, but can’t seem to find one. The woman visits the rescue center and meets a number of interesting dogs, but doesn’t feel that special connection. Then she finally sees Honey and they both know it’s a perfect match. There’s only one problem: another family has already agreed to adopt her!
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Paula Carr grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. The family dog was always a part of her fun, accompanying her on walks through the woods, playing games in the backyard and romping in the snow. As an adult, Paula longed for the happy times she remembered having a dog for a companion and set out to adopt an English Bulldog, always a favorite of hers. Her patience was rewarded when a nearby family could no longer take care of their Mocha, and Paula was able to step in and become a “Mommy” to the dog now known as “Honey.” Paula and Honey made many friends together through the years, thanks to Honey’s good nature and work as a PALS assistance dog. When Honey passed away, it was a very sad day for Paula. Although Paula misses Honey deeply, she was determined to create the “Hey, Honey!” series of books to honor her best friend and share Honey’s love with readers everywhere, young and old. In addition to creating the Honey series of books, Paula works as an executive assistant in Washington, D.C. She loves visiting her local park and library, and reading is still one of her favorite hobbies, along with writing, music and politics. Paula’s motto is “giving up is never an option,” and she loves helping others and giving back to her community.