Zeetumah: Queen of the Rainbow Honeybees

Zeetumah: Queen of the Rainbow Honeybees

by Julianne Bien


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781987956061
Publisher: Spectrahue Light & Sound Inc.
Publication date: 08/08/2018
Series: Rainbow Honeybees Chronicles , #1
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.10(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Julianne Bien, author of the novels: Color: Awakening the Child Within and Adventures of Maximojo: A Warp in Time is intrigued by the life and mysteries of honeybees.
Zeetumah: Queen of the Rainbow Honeybees is the first work in a series called: The Rainbow Honeybees Chronicles. For over two decades, Julianne's field of expertise and interest has been the study and use of the colors of the rainbow.

Table of Contents

Zeetumah: Queen of the Rainbow Honeybees

Somewhere in this galaxy is an amulet

that holds the secret teachings of honeybees and Nature.

Honeybee folklore speaks of a wise Queen Takahone

who passed on her legacy to her great granddaughter, Zeetumah.

The humming grew louder and echoed in outer space. Pollen scout Zeetumah was ready for action, leading a swarm of thousands of galactic foragers. They were far away from their floating home, nestled in a pocket of space deep within the Milky Way. Her antennae were special feelers, able to detect the sweet nectar of flowers in distant worlds. Honeybee folklore tells of the fresh fruit grown from pollinated tree blossoms providing food for many species across the galaxy.

Zeetumah was leading her foraging party further than she had ever taken them before. She whooshed along in the chilling darkness until she saw a planet with a sunlit surface. When Zeetumah flicked her stinger up, the rest of her team knew she was focusing in on a sweet target.

She was a top navigator, but with her rainbow antennae, Zeetumah was different from the other honeybees.

“She can detect and hone in on pollen-rich flower patches anywhere,” one forager buzzed. The others agreed and tried to mimic her fancy moves, even though none of them could detect the nectar from this far away....

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