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The Honeybee That Learned to Dance: A Children's Nature Picture Book, a Fun Honeybee Story That Kids Will Love; Educational Science (Insect) Series (Volume 1) Paperback – April 7, 2014
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"Another wonderful book from Sharon Clark. She has a great way of writing to children that they can relate to, but at the same time teach something useful and educational. This book is about a bee named Hummy who learns to be a forager. It details her duties, her biology and lifestyle, and challenges she will face. But it is done in such a way that children almost won't know they are actually learning, they will think they are just reading a fun story! A must have for the kiddo's book collection. Hope this author does more like these!" Layla - Goodreads "My daughter loved this! She has already read it 3x and now told me she wants a honeybee as a pet. But that aside, this was a well-written easy-to-follow book with a great flow, interesting storyline, and wonderful illustrations. It chronicles the life of a honeybee (named Hummy) who as a forager it is her duty to locate food for her swarm. It describes her habitat and how they live, as well as the rituals and behaviors of honeybees, most of which even I never knew before. There is a sense of accomplishment at the end and has a great overall message. Looking forward to more from this author in the future. " Karen - Goodreads --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
About the Author
Sharon Clark received a degree in Cell, Microbial and Molecular Biology from the University of Calgary and currently works in research there. Sharon has had four children, so is passionate about introducing kids to the wonders of nature. She also wants to encourage every child to reach his or her full potential. Therefore, she hopes to do both with her children's picture book "The Honeybee That Learned to Dance". Sharon is the author of the non-fiction adult book "Not Our Baby", published by Detselig Enterprises, Calgary.
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