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The Bumblebee Queen by April Pulley Sayre

The Bumblebee Queen

by April Pulley Sayre

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A story that takes children through the details involved in the life of bumble bees and the queen. Scientific pictures that help to illustrate the work that bees do on a daily basis in a hive. Recommended for first and second grade.
  gonzalr | Aug 26, 2017 |
I used this book for Synthesizing, what will the book be about is it a queen or bee, do the bee have queens? the book is about bee from birth to death. it is an interesting book.
  kurdistansami | Aug 23, 2017 |
Follow the queen as she finds a nest, gathers nectar, lays eggs, and tends her colony through spring, summer, and fall. Scientifically accurate illustrations include captivating details of hive life.
  Tammy1234 | Aug 22, 2017 |
This is a fun informational text about the American bumble bee and hive life. This book is scientifically accurate so you are teaching the children while they are also enjoying the beautifully illustrated pages. Would read this to second graders.
  FrounfelterShelbie | Aug 20, 2017 |
This book describes the life cycle of the bumblebee queen with a narrative about the amazing work of the queen.
  JaniceBrody | Aug 20, 2017 |
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Bumblebee queens begin the spring alone, but can create colonies of hundreds throughout the year. Follow one queen as she finds a nest, gathers nectar, lays eggs and tends her colony through spring, summer, and fall.

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