From the author-illustrator of Children's Choice Book Award Winner I'm Trying to Love Spiders: a plea to please give bees a chance!
Not sure whether to high-five bees or run away from them? Well, maybe you shouldn't high-five them, but you definitely don't have to run away from them. Give Bees a Chance is for anyone who doesn't quite appreciate how extra special and important bees are to the world, and even to humankind! Besides making yummy honey, they help plants grow fruits and vegetables. And most bees wouldn't hurt a fly (unless it was in self-defense!).
Bethany Barton's interactive cartoon-style illustrations and hilarious narrator mean this book is full of facts and fun. With bees officially on the endangered animals list, it's more important now than ever to get on board with our flying, honey-making friends!
|Publisher:||Penguin Young Readers Group|
|Product dimensions:||9.30(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Bethany Barton had been stung by three bees in her lifetime, but still wishes she could give bees hugs. She lives and works in Los Angeles with her rad husband (named Mike), their awesome son (named Leo), and a vegetable garden full of bees and spides (all named Lucille).
She is the author/illustrator of I'm Trying to Love Spiders, which won the third to fourth grade 2016 Children's Choice Book Award!