By Ute Fuhr
This book provides children with a fascinating insight into the life of bees. Captivatingly detailed illustrations reveal how these insects gather nectar and make honey, how they communicate with each other, build their hives and keep them clean, how they reproduce and rear their young and form new hives. We also learn about their cousins the wasps, who make their nests out of a kind of paper mâché, and we explore inside a termites’ nest. Twelve transparent overlay pages reveal further hidden surprises. This title forms part of the My First Discoveries series, a unique collection of highly illustrated information books for children aged 4 to 7 that aims to awaken children’s interest in the wonders of the natural, physical, and human world around them.