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Books with Bees on the Cover
Teachers and educators everywhere have been wondering if there are books out there that can be used in the classroom to teach students about honeybees and the problem of Colony Collapse Disorder. It can be hard to find books like these, and when you do discover the bee books that are out there, it can be hard to know which ones are best to use. Whether you are looking for picture books to introduce young children to bees or nonfiction books to use with a classroom, the list below is a great place to begin. Each page features a single poem about some aspect of bee life, a text block that provides more factual details, and companion illustration in the form of a brightly colored painting. At first illustrations show a thriving, healthy grassland and farms full of pollinating bees.
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Make Your Own List. Interview by Caspar Henderson. Humanity has a long history of keeping bees. But what do we really know about them? Beekeeping memoirist Helen Jukes selects five books that examine both the behaviour of bees as individuals and colonies as 'superorganisms.
Just last year, bees made it onto the endangered species list for the first time. This is a major cause for alarm among ecologists, as the insects are integral to the human food supply and to many ecosystems., If owls are the most bookish animals , then bees must be the most bookish insects, right?