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Jump into Science: Honeybees by Deborah Heiligman (2007-05-08)

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  • By Julie Bass on December 3, 2017

    Great nonfiction book; I used in my classroom as an anchor text to teach informative writing.

  • By Marian R Nisbett on August 28, 2015

    I use this book with my PreK students. We all become bees and work together to keep our queen bee happy. This book explains how and why bees are important to our environment. Most young children are afraid of bees; understanding bees helps them to be a little less fearful.

  • By Guest on March 14, 2017

    Good for supporting instruction on honey bees!

  • By Erica E. King on May 8, 2011

    We are big fans of the entire Jump into Science series - we have almost all of them and the quality and interest-level of honeybees is excellent, and on par with the rest - highly recommended! My 5-year old son likes to put up his arms and pretend to be a guard bee - and he calls some of the other bees he sees outside "robber bees" it's awesome.

  • By Roberta B. Wojcik on November 24, 2015

    Important for children learning about the survival of bees.

  • By Jason Marks on April 23, 2002

    As the father of an eight year old who is not particularly interested in science, I am always looking for science themed books that will capture my son's attention. Honeybees is just such a book. My son (and my daughter and I) found the story of the honeybee's life to be intriguing. Their society is truly fascinating. Heiligman's text is well written and informative. Carla Golembe's colorful illustrations are exquisite, imaginative and accurate at the same time. A most impressive accomplishment.

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