Nonfiction tale of a bee’s life.
Spend the day with grandpa, a beekeeper, and discover the wonder of bees.
This vibrantly illustrated book takes us on a counting and rhyming adventure in the garden. From a bug’s eye view, we learn allitera-tion and action verbs as we buzz with the bees, slither with the snails, and glow with the fireflies. In the back, there is a section of fun and educational facts about each insect.
Students learn about communication by exploring honey bees and comparing them to other insects and animals. This lesson introduces students to the collaboration and cooperative efforts required for honey bee survival.
Learn how bees of a community work together to produce honey.
The story of how bees make honey, told with rhyming couplets that are paired with factual information.
A girl learns about seeking magic and adventure when she follows a bee to its bee tree with her grandfather and a gathering crowd.
The Honey Makers is an in-depth look at what is going on for bees inside and outside of the hive. The book provides detailed descriptions of the bee’s life cycle, their process of collecting pollen and making honey, and the fascinating ways they communicate. The book concludes by introducing the beekeeper and detailing the ways they care for the hive.