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Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera

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According to National Geographic, the average size of a worker honeybee is between 0.4 to 0.6 inches. And yet this little critter serves a mighty role in the food chain. Some humans may view bees as a pest, but we depend on honeybee pollination for many of the foods we...
      

Review of Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera

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Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera by Candace Fleming; illus. by Eric Rohmann Primary    Porter/Holiday    40 pp. 2/20    978-0-8234-4285-0    $18.99 e-book ed.  978-0-8234-4304-8    $11.99 A worker bee breaks out of her honeycomb cell and begins a task-filled life in her colony. The “teeming, trembling flurry” of bees within the...
      

Table of Contents: March/April 2020 Horn Book Magazine

Cover art from Honeybee: The Busy LIfe of Apis Mellifera. Illustration © 2020 by Eric Rohmann.   Features We Need Diverse Jewish and Muslim Books by Heidi Rabinowitz and Sadaf Siddique Considering religion in conversations around diverse books. Middle-Grade Graphic Novels Make Good by Elissa Gershowitz From kids at school...
      

Preview March/April 2020 Horn Book Magazine

Cover art by Eric Rohmann from Honeybee, written by Candace Fleming.  Heidi Rabinowitz and Sadaf Siddique consider religion in conversations around diverse books, with a focus on Jewish and Muslim representation.  Middle-Grade Graphic Novels Make Good: Elissa Gershowitz on an ever-growing category that has something for everyone--now including a Newbery...
      

Giant Squid

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Do you like creepy, shiver-inducing monster stories? If so, you've got to see Giant Squid by Candace Fleming, illustrated by Eric Rohmann.Sometimes when we discuss an information book — yes, it's nonfiction — here, there are debates about whether it's really a picture book. Is there enough play between art...
      

Bone Dog

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Knowing the mortality rate of dogs in books, it’s no surprise that turning the translucent cover of the title page reveals a “bone dog.” Using very thick black outlined panels and water colored relief prints, Rohmann tells a story of grief and canine loyalty on one Halloween night.The close connection between...

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