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Follow that bee! : a first book of bees in the city / Scot Ritchie.

Ritchie, Scot, (author,, illustrator.).

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Athens Regional Library System:
      Athens-Clarke County Library
JUV JNF 638.1 RITCHIE
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31001003753952 In process
Catoosa County Library System:
      Catoosa County Library
E NEW FICTION E RITCHIE, SCOT
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31687002726945 Checked out
South Georgia Regional Library System:
      Willis L. Miller Library
CHILDREN J 638.1 RIT
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Statesboro Regional Library:
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JUVENILE JUV 638.1 RITCHIE
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31053002762278 Checked out

Item details

  • ISBN: 9781525300349
  • ISBN: 1525300342
  • Physical Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: Toronto, ON : Kids Can Press, [2019]

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Creative nonfiction picture book about five friends who help their neighbor look after his backyard beehive, learning how important it is to keep bee populations strong and healthy. Explores bee feeding behavior, pollination, bee colonies, threats to bee populations, and attracting bees in urban areas. Includes glossary and tips for helping bees thrive.
"A gentle and engaging look at honeybees and how they live in urban spaces. In this sixth book in the Exploring Our Community series, the five friends help their neighbor look after his backyard beehive. Along the way, they learn about how bees feed and pollinate; how bees build their hive; what happens inside a bee colony; how and why some bee populations are currently at risk; and much, much more. The book concludes with fun ideas for how to attract bees to your own backyard."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Urban bee culture > Juvenile literature.
Bee culture > Juvenile literature.
Honeybee > Juvenile literature.
Honeybee > Social aspects > Juvenile literature.
Honeybee > Effect of human beings on > Juvenile literature.
Beekeepers > Juvenile literature.
Genre: Creative nonfiction.
Instructional and educational works.
Picture books.
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