Quick Book Review: Bea’s Bees by Katherine Pryor

Quick Book Review: Bea’s Bees by Katherine Pryor



Bea’s BeesKatherine PryorEllie PetersonSchiffer Kids03/28/2019
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Bea sees bees that are pollinating flowers nearby her tree on her daily walk. She loves them and is so disappointed when they disappear. Bea learns how to plant flowers that bees will enjoy and waits and waits for them to come back. When they reappear she is thrilled. My 3 year old daughter and I read this book together and she absolutely loved the story. She was so excited about the idea of planting flowers for the bees that she picked one at the end of the book. This was such a fun read!

Thank you to Schiffer Kids for making this book available to me.

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