Hopeful Homer by Glynis M. Belec

Hopeful Homer

About the Book

Hopeful Homer is convinced that breakfast is better in the barn. The flies are juicier and the beetles are bigger. There is one problem. Homer forgets to pay attention to where he is going and before he knows it he lands himself in a situation. Homer has to decide what to do. See what great things happen when Homer makes a decision to never give up hope.

Book Excerpt

Homer stretched his lazy, long legs on his lily pad bed and with one giant leap he landed on the river bank.

It was breakfast time. Breakfast was always better in the barn. The flies were juicier. The beetles were bigger.

The sun seemed to be winking at Homer as it peeked from behind marshmallow clouds.

Homer didn’t notice. He was too hungry. He could almost taste breakfast as he leaped through the field down to the barn. As he approached the great red door, Homer heard the clang of metal.

“Perfect timing,” he thought as he watched the farmer finish up in the milk room.
The contented cows mooed, occasionally munching on the fresh, sweet-smelling hay. But Homer wasn’t interested in hay. He wanted breakfast. He spotted the cows’ tails wagging and smiled for he knew where there were wagging tails, there were flies.

Glynis Belec

About the Author

Glynis M. Belec loves writing about frogs. Homer is particularly dear to her heart because he represents hope and a dogged determination that encourages her to keep on keeping on. Glynis enjoys writing stories that warm hearts and make children smile. Check out what she’s been up to lately by visiting her website

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