Last Updated on October 19, 2022 by ellen
When I was little, we spent part of our summer in New Hampshire at my Great Uncle’s home. He lived in the country and had bees in the back yard behind the garden. They were surrounded by an electric fence since the bears loved to topple them over and steal the honey. I remember being fascinated by bees and the process of making honey ever since.
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The Beeman by Laurie Krebs and Valeria Cis
Where does honey come from? And what is a drone bee? Told from the viewpoint of a child whose Grandpa is a beekeeper, this rhyming text offers an accessible and engaging introduction to the behavior of bees. You will learn where they live, how honey is made, what a beekeeper does, and more.
The Beeman is part of the Barefoot Books family of books. Barefoot Books was founded in 1992 by two young moms working from home with the dream of creating beautiful books that celebrate diversity, spark curiosity, and capture children’s imaginations.
From finding butterflies in the garden, a famous landmark in a far-flung city or a new favorite story character, every day brings the children in your life a door to adventure and discovery. The door just waits to be opened!
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The Beeman is a bright, colorful children’s book that will introduce your child to the world of bees. They’ll learn that there are different types of bees and that they each have different jobs. They will learn about what’s involved in caring for the bees so they stay safe.
At the end of the book is a muffin recipe that uses honey that is a perfect hands-on activity for you to experience with your child. The back of the book also contains more in-depth information about bees, beekeeping, honey, and pollination that would be ideal for an older child to learn from.
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