Little Honeybee (Board book)
Spring arrives, the flowers open, and the garden fills with bees in this stylish counting book.
In a spring garden, the flowers are slowly blooming as the weather warms up. And as the flowers come out, so too do other forms of life, especially those all-important pollinators — bees! This companion title to Little Pear Tree is a simple counting book with a difference: as readers count emerging spring flowers from one to ten, by peeking under petals and leaves, they will also discover the same number of bees humming and buzzing about. Among the many delightful flaps, readers will be able to open the petals of a sunflower and turn a vine of rosebuds into an archway of fully bloomed flowers.
About the Author
Katie Haworth is from Auckland, New Zealand, where she was commissioning editor of children's books at Penguin Books New Zealand. She now lives and works in London.
Jane Ormes is a printmaker and designer. Her limited-edition prints are available through a number of galleries and other outlets, as are mugs and other home goods featuring her whimsical and colorful designs.
In this lovely board book with flaps, Haworth counts different types of flowers from one to 10, as a snowy winter scenes gives way to a field in bloom...Bursts of bright floral color pop against the pale backdrops of Ormes’s silk-screen prints, abuzz with springtime activity.
—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Children and adults alike will enjoy a romp through the charming, bustling garden she brings to life. This attractive title, which combines counting practice with a tour through a lively garden, invites and rewards leisurely exploration.