|Series||Reading 360 : The Ginn Reading Programme. Little Books -- Level 2, Book 8, Reading 360 -- Level 2, Book 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
The Bee Book is an easy-to-read story about change and leadership. The Bee Book covers the typical issues that occur every day in our working lives. The story is about a hive of bees who are faced with a catastrophic change in their environment. They need to take quick action if they are to survive. But is the hive ready and capable of adapting. The Bee Book is a visually appealing introduction to bees, focusing on the honey bee, and emphasizing how important they are to the world. I love the full-page illustrations with the lovely contrast of blue and yellow, and the way the information is spread out -- the book covers a lot of bee-ish topics without becoming too verbose about any of them/5. The Bee Book. Another detailed but easy read, The Bee Book is a very well illustrated book, but this time with a heavy use of images and schematic diagrams. While this book has good coverage of beekeeping itself, a significant number of pages are given to topics like attracting bees in the first place and planting of appropriate flowers to extend the honey flow. Since , tens of thousands of first-time and experienced beekeepers alike have relied on The Beekeeper's Handbook as the best single-volume guide to the hobby and profession of beekeeping. Featuring clear descriptions and authoritative content, this handbook provides step-by-step directions accompanied by more than illustrations for setting up an apiary, handling bees, and working throughout the season to maintain a healthy colony of bees /5().
Queen Bee is a classic Lowcountry tale—warm, wise, and hilarious, it roars with humanity and a dropperful of whodunit added for good measure by an unseen hand. In her twentieth novel, Dorothea Benton Frank brings us back to her beloved island with an unforgettable story in which the Lowcountry magic of the natural world collides with the beat of the human heart/5(). Spelling Bee Edited by Sam Ezersky. About New York Times Games. Times games have captivated solvers since the launch of the Crossword in Our experts create engaging word and. Illustrated primarily by close-up photographs of bees and their hives, this bee book provides an in-depth look at mites, pesticides, and illnesses that hurt bees. Markle explains the traveling bees who pollinate almonds, peaches, and other crops year-round, and suggests that overwork may be another detriment to the health of the bee hives. Little Bee is a historical fiction novel about a Nigerian refugee who escapes to Great Britain because of war, spends two years in a refugee camp there, but is eventually discovered and deported back to her home country. The novel is written through both the eyes of the Nigerian girl named Little Bee, and an English journalist named Sarah/5(K).
If you're a beginner beekeeper, our favorite bee books include The Beekeeper’s Handbook and Beekeeping for Dummies. If you are looking to expand your honey bee knowledge, we recommend Honey Bee Biology, What do you know?, or Honeybee Democracy. It is a practical manual compiling close to standard methods in all fields of research on the honey bee, Apis mellifera, and will become the definitive, but evolving, research manual, composed of 31 peer-reviewed chapters authored by of the world’s leading honey bee experts representing 34 different countries. Bee & Me by Alison Jay. This picture book highlights the plight of the bee while offering a message of hope. A young girl befriends a honeybee that takes her on an eye-opening journey where she learns of the importance of bees within the natural : Katisha Smith. Our beekeeping books cover every topic about honey bees. We have beginner books, books for the commercial beekeeper, scientific beekeeping books, honey cookbooks and children's beekeeping books for the curious young minds. For those who prefer to learn by watching, we have DVD's on beekeeping to help the beginner get started.