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  1. says:

    4★I have two wings two antennae and lots of fuzzy hair I am a beeThis is a cute simple book that shows very small children what a bee does We see our bee sip nectar and take it to the beehive which is well protectedVarious bees have slightly different colouring so if you know the difference between drones and others you can point them out I supposeThe ueen is large with rosy cheeks and there is a scattering of eggs which grow into baby beesThen our bee shows the other bees where to find nectar It's an extremely basic life cycle book but not a bad little introduction for tiny tots and it's possible to point out the other bugs and such as you find them Following are some of the illustrations I'm sorry if they don't show up in the apps on your devicesThanks for #TalesFromNatureBee from #NetGalley and uarto Publishing for the preview copyBee sipping nectar from a flowerBeehive surrounded by protective beesueen bee laying eggsBee larvae and some hatched baby bees enjoying the honey


  2. says:

    My greatgrandfather was a beekeeper I grew up with stories about bees so I believe it is never too early to introduce little ones to these wonderful creatures This sweet and child friendly book starts from describing bees' body parts and how they collect nectar with their tongue Then it talks about life in a beehive the ueen and baby bees Finally it shows how bees communicate and show the way to the tastiest prettiest flowers The text is easy to follow even for a toddler while the illustrations are in beautiful bright coloursA great book to help your child discover these wonders of natureThank you to NetGalley and uarto Publishing Group for the ARC provided in exchange for an honest opinion


  3. says:

    Tales from Nature Bee by Magali Attiogbe is a great book to introduce young children to nature and the outdoors It is an attractive and easy to handle book for toddlers and preschoolers The simple text and brilliantly coloured illustrations show and tell about Bee and her busy day Special thanks to Magali Attiogbe uarto Publishing Group and NetGalley for a digital copy of this delightful bookPosted on Goodreads and NetGalley March 27 2019Savvy Reader March 30 2019


  4. says:

    This is a refreshing series for toddlers and little peopleTales from Nature Bee A simple insight into these busy buzzy creatures we see and hear in our young lives Now a colourful story book to bring the bee to the centre of our attemtionThe illustrations are bright and entertaining with a touch of humour to keep everyone's attentionLots to talk about and make associations and links for tiny mindsWhere honey comes from? Laying eggs; protecting and working to keep home safe and why perhaps bees and other insects are important although thankfully cross pollunisation does not get a mentionI could imagine my grandson sitting on my knee and listening to this simple tale; again Grandpa and I can feel a smile on my face as I reach for the honey to put on my porridge


  5. says:

    Thank you Net Galley and published for allowing me to review this book Cute book for younger children teaching them about bees Very basic book for a 2 3yr old to understand


  6. says:

    Bright and colourful simple tale about a bee Great illustrations keep kids interested and shows the work bees doing the hive and collecting flowers great for toddlers introducing them to natureThanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion


  7. says:

    This simple sweet board book is a perfect introduction to the bee for toddlers and pre schoolers The illustrations are large vibrant and informative It highlights the bee’s life cycle and its importance in nature as it gathers pollen with its tongue and takes it back to the beehive It then joins hundreds of other bees and makes honey for us to enjoy The ueen Bee arrives and lays her eggs which develop into and and baby bees They enjoy the honey too It makes them strong and helps them to grow into mature bees The book is a wonderful way to get wee ones interested in nature and aware of the marvels around them It is an interactive book with a lift the flap addition that kids will surely love Every page brings a new opportunity for uestions and conversations as the book is shared together I am a huge fan of getting kids outdoors and teaching them to become nature detectives I highly recommend this book and the whole Tales From Nature series


  8. says:

    This short colourful book introduces toddlers to Bees It shares a cute description what it eats where it lives and The text is simple and easy to understand for very young children but the thing that attracted my granddaughter to this book was the illustrations We read the words but then talked about what we saw in the artwork She was a bit concerned about bees She kept talking about them stinging and buzzing but she still seemed to enjoy this book It was bright with vibrant colours and child friendly pictures A nice non fiction book for young children The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book upon reuest The rating ideas and opinions shared are my own


  9. says:

    This book the life cycle of bees is intended for the very young It is bright and colorful and follows the life cycle somewhat of a bee and shows the ueen as well as the hive This is a good introduction to get kids get used to what the bees do True it does not talk about their sting but hopefully that will be something that the parents reading this to the child will sayThanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review


  10. says:

    This colourful and delightful little book introduces very young readers to the life cycle and appearance of a bee The text is straight forward and easy to understand for small ones and it is nicely complemented by modern strong artwork It is sweet pleasing and positively told with its bright and eye catching colours and smiling happy creatures This book would be a great addition to any family libraryThank you to NetGalley and uarto Publishing Group for the complimentary ARC This is my honest and totally voluntary opinion


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Tales From Nature

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