Richard A. Jones is a writer, ecologist, and high-profile UK expert on insects, and is a contributor and scientific advisor to BBC Wildlife Magazine and New Scientist.
Sharon Sweeney-Lynch is a freelance writer for the Guardian, the Independent, the Times Higher Education Supplement, and various consumer magazines.
This book provides a great deal of information and was very enjoyable to read.
I would recommend this book for anyone from a "newbee" to an experienced beekeeper, to anyone interested in cooking with and making cosmetics with honey.
This is one book that can't just be returned to the library, it had to be added to our collection.
Good book for a new Beekeeper or the experienced beekeeper. Lots of information in this book.Published 4 days ago by endndoc
This is a pretty good book, with plenty of good information for new beeks, and a good reference book for veteran beekeepers. Read morePublished 5 days ago by JDP
New to bee keeping, great resource with a lot of information, and easy to read!Published 21 days ago by minet
It's an all encompassing book; with so much answers and factual field knowledge.Published 25 days ago by rainanshine
This book has everything you ever wanted to know about beekeeping. I love how in depth it goes into the mythology and origins of beekeeping. Great book full of knowledge.Published 1 month ago by Megan Bogenreif