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The Bee Who Was Different Kindle Edition
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In this book, one bee is in a wheelchair. He feels outcast and unable to contribute to the bee society. One day, the hive is threatened and this special little bee saves the day, which leads him to realize he is worth quite a lot more than he realized.
I used to avoid reading this book to my daughter because I thought it was lame. The overall message is nice, but the execution wasn't done very well. She (4-5 years old) also doesn't really ever request this one now that she has more books to choose from on the Kindle (her favorites are Curious George).
It is a book geared towards young readers: the bee in this story has a disability making his life different from the other bees. However despite his disability he earns the respect and friendship of the other bees.
The story is simple and straight forward - making it a great read for young children.
In recent studies I became aware that only female bees sting. I was concerned about the bee not dying after stinging the bear in this story but putting that aside; I loved this story.
But this book goes beyond just words to write a story... It teaches a good lesson... And the lesson is that somebody who is handicapped is also valuable and can be a hero...
The bee in this story is handicapped, and suddenly he is the only one who can save the beehive... He does save the beehive, and then all the other bees are grateful and play with him too.
The story was too short... I wish it had longer been. This is a good short story that should longer bee.
I recommend this book to especially the kids who would think of being a bully to those who are different than themselves as well as
for those who find them selves
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