It’s beekeeping season, and Grandpa is teaching his grandchild all about bees, hives, and the process involved to make honey. This book offers wonderful illustrations and descriptions of bees and beekeeping equipment to extract honey from the hive. Enjoy the simple rhymes in this book with a plate of warm biscuits and honey!
In Laurie Krebs’s first book, she writes the tale of a loving Grandfather (known around town as the Beeman) passing on wisdom to his young granddaughter about his beloved bees, beekeeping, and, of course, honey. Young readers will enjoy learning about the roles both bees and humans play in the making of the syrupy and
“I’m as lazy as a lizard, I’m as busy as a bee. Put it all together and you’ve got ME!” This short read encourages children to look within themselves, realize how complex human beings really are, and to celebrate the differences and similarities we undoubtedly share with all the creatures that walk this earth. There
Velma has just started first grade and is trying to live up to the expectations set by her two marvelous older sisters. But no one even remembers poor Velma’s name! That all changes when she takes a class trip to a butterfly conservatory and a monarch perches on her finger and refuses to budge for days!