The Honeybee That Learned to Dance

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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.

The Honeybee That Learned to Dance

A Children's Nature Picture Book, a Fun Honeybee Story That Kids Will Love; Educational Science (Insect) Series

Authored by Sharon Clark
Illustrated by Roberto Gonzalez
Edition: 1

This picture book will delight children between the ages of 5 to 9. It is told in a unique story format from the perspective of Hummy, a honeybee. Children will learn some fascinating facts and behaviors of the honeybee as the story unfolds.

Hummy, is a honeybee who has finally grown big enough to take on the important duties of a forager. She doesn't want to let the other bees down so she worries about many things. Will she be able to find pollen and nectar to bring back to the colony? What if she gets lost and can't find her way back? And even if she manages to return to the hive with food, will she remember how to dance to tell the others where the food is located?

Hummy bravely overcomes her fears and surprises even herself by becoming a superb forager. Hummy will inspire every child to overcome fear of failure and encourage them to try new things. Just like Hummy, they will see how much they truly are capable of when they bravely test their abilities.

Publication Date:
1496060407 / 9781496060402
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Nature & the Natural World / General

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