2 edition of busy honeybee. found in the catalog.
Bernice Kohn Hunt
Describes the characteristics and duties of the different kinds of bees in a hive and explains how honey is harvested.
|Statement||Illustrated by Mel Furukawa.|
|Contributions||Furukawa, Mel, illus.|
|LC Classifications||QL568.A6 H84|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||72077806|
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"a fascinating up-close view of the stages of a honeybee's life The drama and suspense are positively riveting."—The New York Times ★ "the art and text together convey a holistic view of environment and organism, with excellent pacing through the complete bee life cycle."The Horn Book5/5(5).
The story is about a honeybee who is "very busy" flying from flower to flower and finally back to its hive. The book comes with a colorful cardboard bee which can be slid in and out of slits on the pages as it flies to the next place. Very entertaining for the reader and the child.
Read more.4/4(13). This beautiful book is a biography of the life of a honeybee. It begins with the bee chewing her way out of her wax cell and follows her activities through the days of her amazingly busy life. Detailed illustrations and accessible yet informative text combine to inform and inspire awe/5.
Honeybee's Busy Day book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Young children will have fun taking Honeybee from the cover pock /5. Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera: written by Candace Fleming illustrated by Eric Rohmann.
About the book. Fleming and Rohmann, the team behind Giant Squid, offer a fascinating up-close view of the stages of a honeybee’s see our little worker bee go from tiny and gray to full grown and—in a spectacular four-page gatefold—flying for the first time, all .