Bee & Me

Bee & Me


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Bee & Me 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent book for both kids and adults. Bees are far more important to the world than the majority of people actually realize, and it's books like this that help shed a much needed light on this fact. The story is cute and heart-warming and sets a good example for our future generations so that they may reverse this scary decline in the bee population. For those reviewers that call this book "silly" and "factually inaccurate", you're completely missing the point of the book and shouldn't be providing a review on it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was just an "OK" book.
Great-Grandpa More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book for my one year old Great-Grand-Daughter. She really enjoyed seeing the figures change as we turned the pages. I think it was a good purchase.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased "Bee and Me" for my three granddaughters, ages 5, 4 and 3 years old. They were always afraid of bees when they would go outside and would either run away, scream or swat at the bees. After reading "Bee and Me" several times they are not afraid anymore. They loved the colorful, pop-up pages in this well written children's book. I would strongly recommend purchasing this book for your children or grandchildren.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gorgeous emotive illustrations, my kids were easily drawn into the book and the animotion was just a bonus.
Andiemae24 More than 1 year ago
My son and I really enjoy this book. The story is very interesting and the illustrations are awesome. It is a book we pick up on a regular basis and read. I have recommended this book to several of my friends.
howacow More than 1 year ago
The graphics in the book are of hornets not honey bees. There are some big differences. The hive in the story is actually a hornet's nest. Honey Bees are generally gentle and build wax combs in which they store pollen and honey. If they sting someone they die. Hornets are more aggressive and build paper-like hornet's nets and do not make honey. Regarding "More About" The queen is the only true female in the hive. Worker bees work both inside and outside the hive (they gather nectar and pollen, build comb, help turn nectar into honey, and keep the hive clean). Male bees or drones do no work inside the hive. Their only role is to mate with a queen - outside the hive. In fact the worker bees kill the drones in the fall to conserve honey for the winter. Drones are useless to the hive in the winter. There are typically many thousands of bees in a hive. It is hard to believe that drilling holes in a block of wood would be of any value to a bee in the winter. Bees need other bees as well as honey to survive the winter.
Gail-PleasantHill More than 1 year ago
I had heard great things about this book and that it was selling fast so I ordered eight of them without ever reading it myself! A few days later I found it in a local bookstore and decided to sneak a peek. What a delight! I ended up reading it on the spot and have to say that not only was the story wonderful, the facts at the end informational and interesting, but I found myself enthralled with the animation. Great job by all involved!