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Honey Trouble

By Zena Faith Levine

A review of Honey Trouble by Dianne Young

Published on April 1, 2002

Honey Trouble
Dianne Young

Roussan Publishers
$16.95

Honey Trouble is an early chapter book by Dianne Young, illustrated with lively black and white sketches and cute chapter titles. Josie goes on an adventure to Bonner’s corner store to buy some honey for her mother, and runs into trouble along the way. mRb

Zena Faith Levine is a Montreal freelance writer and editor.

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