When Dr Peta Anteater's waiting hollow becomes awash with sick frillneck lizards, she knew she had to find the perfect medicine to fix their sore throats.
With the only known cure being a secret blend of just the right quantities of four different families of honey, Dr Peta had no choice but to ask a very special bee to help bring it all together to make this perfect, pure blend so desperately needed.
Can Bella Bee convince the four families to put the differences of the past behind them and work together to help the young ones?
This book will help children understand cultural differences.
This story is told as a metaphor to read aloud to children and enjoy together.
The vibrant illustrations and use of language draws children in to be part of the adventure, gently guiding them alongside the characters to get the message on a more personal level for them, to make their own meanings and take control of their own life situation - in their own way.
|Publisher:||Diggle de Doo Productions Pty Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.07(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Dave Diggle is a veteran of the sporting arena with over 30 years competitive and hands on experience.
After representing Great Britain as both a Junior and Senior International Gymnast, Dave channelled his passion into teaching and writing.
With a background as an elite performance coach, he has turned his attention to the psychological battles both parents and children face today.
With international qualifications in Psychology, Neuro Linguistic Programming and cognitive and behavioural science, Dave is now dedicated to the development and education of our children, teachers, coaches and parents.
Through his books, Dave offers a truly refreshing perspective as he redefines the meaning of effective communication, and offers a creative approach to how we can deal with the challenges of everyday life - to live with a peaceful mind and empowered spirit.
Dave now lives in Sydney as a coach, trainer and educator, and regularly talks to young audiences.