What happens when a bee eats too much pollen?
Meet Barney Bee, a very sweet, yet plumply round bumble bee who spends his day flying from flower to flower eating pollen.
About the Book
Meet Barney Bee, a very sweet, yet plumply round bumble bee who spends his day flying from flower to flower eating pollen. In fact, Barney Bee loves pollen so much he ‘comes down’ with a hefty problem. Join Hamilton Troll as he spends a day following Barney Bee around and learning some pretty interesting facts about bumble bees as well as the names of a few Texas wildflowers.
The story is educational, informative, and is also a fun read. The illustrations are lively and colorful and they bring the author’s words and characters to life, enabling young readers to connect well with the contents in the book. It’s a good bedtime storybook and is also ideal for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries. Children learn the names of flowers through this story and this book will also enhance their vocabulary and teach them new things. The friendship between Hamilton Troll and Barney Bee is palpable, making their characters adorable to readers. Stories with a concept, educational and informative content, and messages are always good for child readers as it is easy for them to understand the concept and message when conveyed with the help of a story and illustrations.
Children age 4 and up will enjoy learning about bees with Hamilton, and games like searching for Pink Light Sprite in the colorful illustrations will help keep reader interest high. The wildflower illustrations are authentic, while the characters of Hamilton and Barney are imaginatively presented against a natural wild prairie background
– Midwest Book review
I just recently read this story and laughed myself silly. He ate so many sweets he couldn’t fly! How many of us have felt that way before? Kathleen has carefully crafted the dreaded E-word (exercise) into a story children won’t mind reading.
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