This is a cute children's tale about a bee named Bluet, who grows weary of working in the bee hive every day, and a fly named Haha, who is looking for a place to belong. A chance encounter between the two ends up ultimately changing both of their destinies. So the characters and storyline are appealing to children.
However, the book's English word and phrasing usage is awkward in places and story's flow sometimes changes direction without any kind of transition. Yet it seems like the story can still be read and the gist of the it retained without detracking from the tale's overall theme. A 3.5 rating would be most closely accurate. Would enjoy seeing the story reworked and edited for a second publication because it has the potential to be a 5.