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Wings by Raymond Huber
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As I had not read the first book, it took me a few pages to identify that these were highly intelligent bees who have special powers. In this adventure, they travel to Japan to help their owner work out why all the bees in Tokyo are dying. This book was reviewed for VPRC and wasn't particularly interesting nor exciting. I think students would struggle to engage with bees as main characters. I also found the fact that the bees only lived for a few months limiting their credibility in terms of their ability to accumulate knowledge.
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"Ziggy has a new mission: to find the disappearing bees of Tokyo. But the big city is not a friendly place for a honey bee. Ziggy encounters new enemies, including the dreaded hornet Torgo and his gang. Is Ziggy smart and brave enough to outwit his enemies and complete the mission?" -- back cover.… (more)

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