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Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera

af Candace Fleming, Eric Rohmann (Illustrator)

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Describes the life cycle of the hard-working honeybee.
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K-Gr 4—This stunning picture book combines poetic nonfiction text with gorgeous paintings to tell the story of a
honeybee. The narrative starts with her birth, then charts her growth and development. An incredible look at the life
cycle of a bee.
  BackstoryBooks | Apr 2, 2024 |
1.I would recommend this book to middle to lower elementary school.
2.This book goes through a narrative of what it is like to be a worker bee from birth. It also gets rid of a big misconception of a worker bee. I learned that worker bees don't leave the nest until 25 days after birth. This book explains that worker bees start with cleaning and taking care of the queen bee.
3.I wouldgighly recommend this book and it will probobly be using this book in my future classroom.
  Jennamh8 | Mar 4, 2024 |
Candace Fleming and Eric Rohmann describe the life cycle of the hard-working honeybee in this poetically written, thoroughly researched picture book. They follow the life of one bee – birth to death. The illustrations give the reader a closeup, accurate look at the life of this bee and the many jobs she performs for the hive. Suspense builds for the reader as he/she waits for this bee (Apis) to take her first flight. This event is marked by a stunning gatefold illustration.

Back matter includes a detailed diagram of the honeybee and an essay on the plight of honeybees. The goal of this nonfiction book is to inform readers, but also encourage children to understand the importance of the honeybee and to serve as an advocate for this threatened species.
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  AnnesLibrary | Jan 28, 2024 |
It might be a little too long for younger readers, but the illustrations are gorgeous, and the information it shares about bees is fascinating.
  sloth852 | Jan 12, 2024 |
Such a seemingly simple topic...the life of a bee, yet the incredibly realistic pictures are captivating. This book does not even need words, the illustrations provide as much detail, if not more, of the information. I found myself lingering for many minutes just to examine every detail. This book was also written with language appropriate enough for young readers to understand complex and scientific terms and occurrences. Who would have thought an informational book could be so captivating? ( )
  LisaSmithMorse | Jul 24, 2023 |
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One summer morning deep in the nest, a brand-new honeybee squirms, pushes, chews through the wax cap of her solitary cell and into ... a teeming, trembling flurry. Hummmmm!
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When Apis turns twelve days old, glands in her abdomen begin making flakes of white wax. It is time for her new job.

Flying?

Not yet ... comb building.

Using her wax, her sharp, spoon-shaped jaws, and her legs, she shapes, molds, maneuvers to create cells.
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