Follows a beekeeper through the four seasons, showing how bees and humans work together to make honey.
Describes the physical characteristics, life cycle, and behavior of honeybees.
Explains the behavior and lives of bees, with stunning photographs, bright illustrations, and text guaranteed to capture a child's interest while developing his or her reading skills.
As Mommy and Daddy begin their day and get ready for work, a child observes this morning routine at home as well as the buzzing of a busy bee outside the window.
An illustrated collection of more than eighty jokes and riddles about ants, bees, spiders, octopi, and other animals that crawl or slither.
Describes how bees turn flower nectar into the honey which the beekeeper extracts from the hive.
Rhythmic text describes the carefree life of bees as they sting knees, munch on Swiss cheese, and laugh in the breeze.
An introduction to the behavior and life cycle of honeybees, with particular emphasis on the production of honey.
A retelling of the traditional tale about a bee that repays King Solomon's kindness by helping him solve the Queen of Sheba's riddle.
Winnie the Pooh devises a plan to fool some bees and get honey for his empty tummy.
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