A spyglass. A rare amulet. An ancient prophecy. Trapped in the past.
Moving to his grandfather’s farm was the last thing
Mitch Howell wanted, but his parents did it anyway. Left on his
own, Mitch sneaks into the attic of his grandfather’s house and
discovers a spyglass. ...
Hannah follows the rules, always. The rules at school. The rules at home.
But what people don’t know is that Hannah has her own rules.
They protect her. Keep her invisible.
When a bully targets her friends, can one girl find the courage to speak up?
Hannah thought her bully problems would end
after her day in court. But her testimony against
Brady and his lenient punishment only made
him hungry for revenge.
H.R. Hobbs is the pen name of Heather Hobbs, Amazon-bestselling author of a series of compassionate and empowering stories for middle-grade readers.
As an introvert who spent most of middle school with her nose stuck in a book, Heather empathizes with her young readers, and her mission is to ensure that they recognize and relate to her characters’ struggles with typical middle school issues such as belonging, friendship, and bullying. The first two books in her Breaking the Rules series, See Me and Hear Me, have received five-star reviews from Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews in the Young Adult category.
A lifelong learner and teacher with a fascination for people’s stories, Hobbs challenged herself to write in 2015 as a retirement project. She believes we all have a story to tell and encourages writers of all ages to find their voice, speak their truth and tell their story.
Recently, she began art lessons with the hopes of illustrating her own children’s books in the future.
Heather is the mother to three grown sons (who shake their heads at her antics) and grandmother to three little darlings. She resides with her husband in the small prairie town where she was born and raised.