The Carpenter Bee
A little girl and her mom were in the house garden. They saw a scary-looking bee, so they ran inside the house. After some hours, they saw through the window the bee was still lying there. They were confused, so the duo inspected and noticed it was injured. They helped it with some shade and water. Did the bee survive?
We picked this book for its bee theme. The story, narrated in a rhyming style, is backed by photographs of a carpenter bee. Younger kids might require adult help to read and understand some words. The book also encourages children to watch nature closely and learn more about nature’s encounters through library visits.
The Carpenter Bee by Kirsten L. Marie is the story of compassion for living beings of all sizes and understanding and appreciating their roles in our lives.
Originally published: 2022
Author: Kirsten L. Marie
Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (4.0), Characters (4.5) Writing Style (4.0), Illustrations (3.0) & Ease (3.5)
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