Clash of the Killer Queens (Bee Boy, #1) by Tony De SaullesMelvin Meadly has a hive of bees on the roof of his tower block. Giving an insightful assembly at school about bees he becomes the centre of attention for the wrong reasons and ends up with all the children calling him Bee Boy.
When he smokes the hive to check on his bees he somehow zaps into a tiny bee boy and finds out more about the colony and how they need help to swarm and defend themselves from predators.
Each episode in the book sees Melvin become more confident and brave against the bullies at school and in the tower block, which he has to do to defend his bees when the tower block residents become concerned about the bees living at the top.
The illustrations are fantastic throughout, I will warn you the bees heads are seen bee-ing cut off by enemies but I think young readers will enjoy the reality of natural selection and the fight to survive.
At the back of the book are more facts about bees. I am very much looking forward to book 2 Attack of the Killer Zombees!
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Half bee, half boy. As a bee, Mel is ready to defend his hive against all enemies — taking on killer wasps, terrifying hawkmoths, and battling queen bees. But as a boy, has he got what it takes to protect his bees and himself against the greatest menace of all — Nasty Norman Crudwell? For your chance to win, visit the Oxford Owl Facebook page and tell us what your favourite insect or minibeast is! Terms and conditions apply.
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