National Geographic Readers: Buzz, Bee!
  • National Geographic Readers: Buzz, Bee!
  • National Geographic Readers: Buzz, Bee!
  • National Geographic Readers: Buzz, Bee!
  • National Geographic Readers: Buzz, Bee!
ISBN: 1426327803
EAN13: 9781426327803
Language: English
Release Date: May 9, 2017
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.11" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Arrived bent, other book was no so it was sent like that
Basic features of the Echo were also present. It wasnt as informative as the sea turtle book I bought for my 3 yr old. Just because they're little doesn't mean they cant have a book that is full of information, Raymond said. My son loves bees and it didnt hold his attention. 0 3171616 3171557 This is very disturbing," fumed Janna. The sea turtles that are from Nat Geo kids are considered level 2, but he was more interested in that one because of format. I really like the sea turtles and detailed how it was and chock full of facts so I'll continue to order from Nat Geo but I'll be careful about the very basic ones because I use it for homeschooling. It needs to have more informative content, Tunick said. They are very smart, too, like little sponges. Anything you teach them and read to them will absorb.
   Simple but sufficient intro to bees for kids just starting to read
This is a very easy reader, so it doesn't go into a ton of detail about how honeybees make honey. It features some great closeup photography of flying bees, drinking nectar, carrying pollen and doing a waggle dance. This may help some kids be more appreciative and less fearful of honeybees, Bernadette said.
   Great intro to the bees and hive!
I'm an apiarist, so I had to read it. The photos and the descriptions are very good, especially for young readers, he said.