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e-Book The Beeman epub download

Author: Tessa Strickland,Valeria Cis,Laurie Krebs
ISBN: 1846861462
Pages: 40 pages
Publisher: Barefoot Books; 1st edition (March 1, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Size ePUB: 1720 kb
Size Fb2: 1945 kb
Size DJVU: 1837 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 830
Format: docx lit mbr lrf
Subcategory: Children

e-Book The Beeman epub download

by Tessa Strickland,Valeria Cis,Laurie Krebs



First published as The Beeman (2002) with illustrations by Melissa Iwai, this picture book reappears with nearly the same text but a new look and several added features

First published as The Beeman (2002) with illustrations by Melissa Iwai, this picture book reappears with nearly the same text but a new look and several added features. Featuring a beekeeper who introduces his grandson to bees and honey production, the book now opens with Aileen Fisher’s fine, short poem Bees and concludes with six nicely illustrated pages of information about these distinctive insects, their development from egg to adult, bee colonies, aspects of beekeeping techniques and equipment, honey, pollination, and bee dancing.

Laurie Krebs combines her love of children's literature with her enthusiasm for traveling to create wonderful picture books that carry readers all around the world. Laurie has developed a series of books with Barefoot Books, including We're Sailing Down the Nile (HC: 9781846860409; PB: 9781846861949), We All Went on Safari (HC: 9781841484785; PB: 9781841481197; Spanish PB: 9781905236084), We're Sailing to Galapagos (HC: 9781841489025; PB: 9781846861024; Spanish PB: 9781846860911), We're Riding on a Caravan (HC: 9781841483436; PB: 9781846861086), Off We Go to Mexico!

Laurie Krebs combines her love of children's literature with her enthusiasm for traveling to create her wonderful picture .

Laurie Krebs combines her love of children's literature with her enthusiasm for traveling to create her wonderful picture books that bring readers all around the world. Laurie has developed a series of books with Barefoot Books, including including this spring's The Beeman (978-1-84686-146-8), as well as We're Sailing Down the Nile (978-1-84686-04), We All Went on Safari (HC: 978-1-84148-478-5; PB: 978-1-84148-119-7; Spanish PB: 978-1-90523-608-4), We're Sailing

by Laurie Krebs & illustrated by Valeria Ci.

Dedicating her story to her beekeeping husband, Krebs describes the process simply for young listeners, highlighting important vocabulary which is defined in more detail in exposition for older readers at the end. The text was previously published by National Geographic with illustrations by Melissa Iwai in 2002.

The Beeman is written by Laurie Krebs and is illustrated by Valeria Cis. The recommended age range for this books is 5-9 yrs old. The book is written in a rhyming text and told by a young boy. The story is about his grandfather, a beekeeper they call the Beeman. The beeman teaches his young grandson all about beekeeping. Some honey bees built a nest in a small hole on the side of our neighbors house. The owner was trying to sell the house and left the bees.

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or deep" - that will draw children in, and engaging acrylic illustrations from Argentine artist Valeria Cis that will keep their attention.

VALERIA CIS was born and raised in the city of Rosario, Argentina. She studied fine art at The University of Humanities and Arts in Rosario. She has illustrated several books for children. She lives in Argentina with her family. We think you'd love Millie's Chickens BC by Brenda Williams from Barefoot Books.

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Told from the viewpoint of a child whose Grandpa is a beekeeper, this rhyming text offers an accessible and engaging introduction to the behavior of bees, including: where they live, how honey is made, and what a beekeeper does.
Tcaruieb
This is a great book to use with children. I used it in a classroom setting when working on a plant/pollination unit in science. Unfortunately it's a little difficult to find copies. I recently ordered this one for our County Bee Association so that members can take this book along and let children/teachers see what is available as a resource for honey bees. My original copy was a hard copy that I purchased through National Geographic many years ago.

“The Beeman” was awarded their coveted 2014 Book of the Year award by the American Farm Bureau.
Yanki
Absolutely wonderful! Gave to my Granddaughter...Her Grandfather is a Beekeeper!
Whitebinder
Excellent book for kids with a good message and factual information about bee keeping. I think children 5 and up will enjoy this book.
Gelgen
A young boy values the company of his grandfather, a beekeeper who teaches the boy the tools of the trade. After the boy and his grandfather both suit up in protective clothing, they quiet the bees with a smoker and open the hive to examine the queen bee, the drones, and the worker bees. Next they remove the honeycomb and use a special machine to extract the honey from the frames. Most of the honey is jarred for later enjoyment, and the remaining honey is returned to the hive as food for the bees during the winter.

This exceptional book blends together a number of informative lessons in economics with an interesting story and lively artwork that will appeal to children and adults alike. What better way to spice up a discussion of jobs and human resources than to use this book about an occupation that appears to be, at least to kids, fairly unusual and slightly dangerous. In the back, the muffin recipe and the author's notes about honey help to reinforce the book's lessons about natural resources. Children may leave this book wondering if the tasty honey is worth the risk of getting stung by all those bees.
Marad
My boys, ages 3 and 5, love this book. The book is simple yet so interesting because it tells about different bees and the basics of beekeeping. It also has a cute poem at the beginning that we memorized. The illustrations are quite cute and we enjoy looking for where the cat is on each page. I have made the honey muffins and they are really good--no sugar, just honey and apples! (And I am not a fan of sugarless baked goods.) Definitely a good book!
godlike
Great, agriculturally literate book. It's fun to read in a sing-songy way.