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Meredith May (Author of The Honey Bus)

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This will be her publication party and all are welcome to attend! Khorramshahr, Iran, May It was the bloodiest battle of one of the most brutal wars of the twentieth century, and Najah, a twenty-nine-year-old wounded Iraqi conscript, was face to face with a thirteen-year-old Iranian child soldier, Zahed, who was ordered to kill him. Instead, the boy committed an astonishing act of mercy. It was an act that decades later would save his own life. This is a remarkable story.

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Sebastopol -An extraordinary story of a girl, her grandfather and one of nature's most mysterious and beguiling creatures: the honeybee. Meredith May recalls the first time a honeybee crawled on her arm. She was five years old, her parents had recently split and suddenly she found herself in the care of her grandfather, an eccentric beekeeper who made honey in a rusty old military bus in the yard. That first close encounter was at once terrifying and exhilarating for May, and in that moment she discovered that everything she needed to know about life and family was right before her eyes, in the secret world of bees. Part memoir, part beekeeping odyssey, The Honey Bus is an unforgettable story about finding a home in the most unusual of places, and how a tiny, little-understood insect could save a life. May is a fifth-generation beekeeper and lives in San Francisco, where she keeps several hives in a community garden.

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  1. She has covered the Olympic Games, investigated sex trafficking between Korea and San Francisco's massage parlors, and in Nepal.

  2. It beautifully illustrates how nature - even honeybees - can teach and heal us, if only we open our minds and hearts.

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