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.
This book has lots of great information, even things such as recipes, salve formulas, and of course lots of history and mythology of bees. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tracy Buffett
Great book for beekeepers new and experienced, IMO. Neat folklore about bees ..... I bought it as a gift for someone who is thinking of getting into beekeeping, and he is really... Read morePublished 4 days ago by J Perry
....got this as a gift for a new beekeeper........loved it.........will be useful to him in the future when his bees start producing their honey.......Published 18 days ago by darlene guyett
Another valuable resource. What I love best of all are the recipes and ideas for things to do with honey and beeswax. Those are the items that set this book apart from others.Published 18 days ago by R. Roberts
I did not know this much about bees and how hardworking they are! It's a shame honeybees and bumblebees get such a bad wrap because of wasps and hornets - THEY ARE NOT THE SAME... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Debe Bauer
An absolute MUST for the backyard beekeeper!!! Awesome book filled with tons of information! Love it!Published 1 month ago by Sabrina P.