Harry Moon's 10-Book Home Library Bundle
Non-stop adventures await you in these 10, full color hardback HARRY MOON and HONEY MOON books. Harry in Wand-Paper-Scissors, Halloween Nightmares, Harry's Christmas Carol, First Light and Snow Day. Honey in Shiver, Dog Daze, Scary Little Christmas and Not Your Valentine. Plus, Snowman, the first Harry Moon graphic novel.
Harry Moon and Honey Moon's 10 Book Collection includes:
Harry Moon’s Wand-Paper-Scissors (Series Origin book)
Subject Matter/Theme: Bullying
Subject Matter/Theme: Honesty/Forgiveness
Honey Moon is in a terrible pickle. She borrowed her mother's precious silver locket without permission and now the family heirloom has gone missing. Honey suspects it was taken by one of her best friends. She sets out to find the necklace before her mother notices it's gone. Along the way, Honey meets Shiver, who turns out to be much more than the owner of the newest popsicle shop in Sleepy Hollow. With Shiver's guidance and a bit of magic, Honey is able to track down the locket and learn the importance of telling the truth and the power of forgiveness.
Harry Moon’s First Light
Subject Matter/Theme: Responsibility
When Declan goes on vacation, Harry Moon takes over Declan’s paper route. For the first time, Harry is on his bicycle in Sleepy Hollow in early morning. Before the sun actually rises, Harry learns of a world he never knew existed. This is the special time known as “first light.” It is the light that peeks out from the sun before the sun truly rises. There, Harry finds the secret land where his magic teacher, Samson, is doing his most important and surprising work.
Harry Moon’s Snow Day
Subject Matter/Theme: Enjoying/Respect for Nature
Kligore’s Halloween alarm fails to awaken him so that he can cast his daily early morning spell over Sleepy Hollow. Harry and his friends awaken to three feet of freshly fallen snow as winter punches through Halloween for one wonderful moment. Sleepy Hollow Middle School’s very first SNOW DAY! The Good Mischief Team has a whole day to figure out what to do with a glorious, magnificent, juicy twenty-four hours, a gift courtesy of Mayor Maximus Kligore.
Harry Moon’s Harry’s Christmas Carol
Subject Matter/Theme: Putting others first/Charity
While everyone is singing cheerful Christmas carols, Harry Moon and the Good Mischief Team march to a different song—Don’t be Afraid of the Dark. With their swords of light, the team battles against the Fouling Curse threatening Harry’s magic teacher, Samson Dupree, and the Sleepy Hollow Magic Shoppe. As evil armies of toys rise up, Harry must leave the sword behind to find a more powerful means to take down the darkness threatening Sleepy Hollow’s entire world.
Harry Moon’s Halloween Nightmares
Subject Matter/Theme: Using your gifts for good
While other kids are out trick-or-treating, eighth-grade magician Harry Moon is flying on a magic cloak named Impenetrable. Harry and Rabbit speed past severed hands, boiling cauldrons, and graveyard witching rituals on their way to unravel a decade-old curse at the annual Sleepy Hollow Halloween Bonfire. With “do no evil” his motto, Harry goes to battle with the sinister Mayor Kligore and Oink, a demon dog. Halloween night becomes the fight and nightmare of Harry Moon’s young life.
Honey Moon’s Not Your Valentine
Subject Matter/Theme: Friendship/Trust
A Sleepy Hollow Valentine's Day dance with a boy! NO WAY, NO HOW is 4th grader Honey Moon going to a scary sweetheart dance with that Noah kid. But, after being forced to dance together in PE class, word gets around that Honey likes Noah. Now, she has no choice but to stop Valentine's Day in its tracks. Things never go as planned and Honey winds up with the surprise of her Sleepy Hollow life.
Honey Moon’s A Scary Little Christmas
Subject Matter/Theme: Power of Convictions/Trust
Honey Moon has had it with the scary stuff at least for Christmas. She wants Sleepy Hollow to celebrate her favorite holiday like a normal town. When she learns about the scary celebration planned for the same day, Honey and her friends, Becky and Claire, have one chance to take the season back. But that means climbing a rickety old tower in the dark, solving a decade old mystery and ringing a few bells.
Honey Moon’s Dog Daze
Subject Matter/Theme: Responsibility
WANTING TO START A BUSINESS together to earn some spending money, Honey Moon and her friends have a magical idea. In the town where every day is Halloween night, Honey and friends start a dog-walking service called the Sleepy Hollow Howlers. But when the business becomes more than the girls can handle, dog-walking suddenly takes on a new leash and fur flies with disastrous and entertaining results.
Harry Moon’s Snowman
Subject Matter/Theme: Greed/Commercialization
When mayor Kligore announces his plan to build the world’s largest snowman in the middle of town, the residents of Sleepy Hollow are thrilled! Media coverage will be epic, for sure, as the town constructs a perfect snow and ice replica of the Headless Horseman statue. Town revenue will skyrocket! What could possibly go wrong? Plenty! Harry Moon had his suspicions from the get-go. But when the massive snow sculpture springs to life and begins an evil rampage through town, it’s Mayor Kligore who asks Harry for help. It all comes down to a mano a mano battle between Harry and Sleepy Hollow’s newest villain, Lazarus. This is a battle Harry must win or Sleepy Hollow will be destroyed under the crushing hoofs of the Headless Horseman.