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Follow that bee! : a first book of bees in the city

by Ritchie, Scot,

Format: Print Book 2019
Availability: Available at 5 Libraries 5 of 6 copies
Available (5)
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Andrew Carnegie Free Library Juvenile Nonfiction j 638.1 RITCHI
Location  Andrew Carnegie Free Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Nonfiction
 
Call Number  j 638.1 RITCHI
 
 
Baldwin Borough Library Juvenile Non-fiction J 638.1 RIT
Location  Baldwin Borough Library
 
Collection  Juvenile Non-fiction
 
Call Number  J 638.1 RIT
 
 
Braddock Carnegie Library Juvenile Non Fiction J 638.1 RIT
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Collection  Juvenile Non Fiction
 
Call Number  J 638.1 RIT
 
 
Brentwood Library New Easy E 638.1 Ritchie
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Call Number  E 638.1 Ritchie
 
 
Monroeville Public Library Juvenile Non-fiction J E 638.1 RITCHIE
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Collection  Juvenile Non-fiction
 
Call Number  J E 638.1 RITCHIE
 
 
 
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Northland Public Library Children's Nonfiction CHECKED OUT
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Summary
Five friends get the chance to visit Mr. Cardinal, who keeps bees in his back garden. As the kids help him with his work he explains how bees feed and pollinate, what happens inside their colony, how they build their hives, and even why they like to dance! He also tells them why some bee populations are in trouble, how important this is, and how we can help. This is a comprehensive and entertaining look at these real-life wonders of nature, aligning with early science curricula, including bonus information and two activities at the end.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "In this brightly illustrated picture book, Mr. Cardinal introduces urban beekeeping to an amiable group of five curious children. They begin in Mr. Cardinal's garden, go to a garden center to buy bee-friendly plants, visit a pollinator garden, and return to his yard to learn about his beehives. Along the way, they discover what bees eat, how they build their hives, how they communicate, how pollinators support our food supply, what endangers them, and how people can help. The story concludes with Mr. Cardinal selling honey at a local market. An appended section shows how to make a bee bath and encourages schools to plant pollinator gardens. On each double-page spread, the text carries the narrative, Mr. Cardinal's remarks, the children's comments, and facts related to the topic at hand. Speech balloons and captions sometimes appear within the large illustration to the right. Colorful washes brighten the attractive ink drawings that illustrate this helpful introduction to bees. An informative addition to Ritchie's Exploring Our Community series and a useful selection for many libraries.--Carolyn Phelan Copyright 2019 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series Ritchie, Scot. Exploring our community ; 6.
Subjects Urban bee culture -- Juvenile literature.
Bee culture -- Juvenile literature.
Honeybee -- Juvenile literature.
Honeybee -- Social aspects -- Juvenile literature.
Honeybee -- Effect of human beings on -- Juvenile literature.
Beekeepers -- Juvenile literature.
Beekeepers.
Honeybee.
Publisher Toronto, ON :2019
Language English
Description 32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 x 27 cm.
ISBN 9781525300349
1525300342
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