The Bee Book: The Wonder of Bees – How to Protect them – Beekeeping Know-how
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My three-year-old is very interested in nature and it was a fantastic stimulus for us to start talking about bees and how they live and what they do" Toppsta
Meet the humble honeybee face-to-face - an animal that is considered nature's hardest worker, in this engaging, educational kids book that you can treasure forever. Wow what a fantastic fun informative book... This book is a super fun, colourful way to learn all about the wonderful honey bees and what an important part they play in life" Toppsta Bees pollinate plants, produce honey, and create marvellous social colonies. They also need our help.
Without a doubt, this book wins our ‘best book on beekeeping’ award for the way it clearly explains beekeeping techniques with a range of colourful photos and sketches.
Bees are not a "hive mind" like you see in science fiction (no animal is, as far as we can tell), each bee is very much an individual and can have its own ideas about itself and the world. Remember, bees are live animals and should be treated with the care and respect they deserve. If you do this right, then beekeeping should always be an enjoyable hobby.
Bees even play a key part in the wizarding world. Ron Weasley’s family are keen beekeepers, and Dumbledore takes his name from a traditional Dorsetshire word for bumblebee.