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“Livy Little Honey Bee” by Celia Straus
“Livy Little Honey Bee” by Celia Straus 819 1024 Reader Views Kids
When Livy, the little honey bee, gets in trouble for not working as hard as the other little honey bees in her hive, she has to answer to the Queen explaining why she isn’t working to her potential in “Livy Little Honey Bee” by author Celia Straus. She explains that she has so much fun flying around looking at all the colorful flowers that she doesn’t really want to collect pollen and nectar like her fellow honey bees. She also tells the Queen that she wants to be just as colorful as some of the beautiful flowers she finds while flying around. The Queen has a hard decision to make regarding what to do with Livy. Does the Queen tell Livy that she must collect pollen and nectar like the other honey bees in the hive? Or does the Queen allow Livy to do another job that’s more appealing to her? read more
“Bertie the Bouncy Beachball” by Mandy Woolf
“Bertie the Bouncy Beachball” by Mandy Woolf 175 219 Reader Views Kids
“Bertie the Bouncy Beachball (The Toy Library Stories),” by award-winning author Mandy Woolf, and illustrated by Elmira Georgieva, opens the imagination while offering the timeless message of finding self-acceptance and nurturing self-worth. read more