In this simple home-away-home story structure, it’s Little Bee’s turn to collect nectar. During her flight between, under, over and around different farm animals, the reader learns about prepositions and the product each farm animal produces. Then Little Bee finds the garden where the nectar is waiting and travels back home, where she and her sisters get busy making their own farm product, honey.
Size: 8” X 10”
Ages: 6 and under
About the artist:
Over the course of many years while Jeanne was teaching kindergarten, she collected ideas for books which she stored in a filing cabinet in her classroom. Finally in 2013, Jeanne decided to establish Jeanne Kay Publishing as a way to pursue her passion for writing and illustrating children’s books.
Fast forward and Jeanne is the proud author and illustrator of Mama, How Does The Wind Start To Blow?, and Papa, Why Does The Sun Shine? both recipients of the Children’s Moonbeam Award and Children’s Literary Classics Seal of Approval.
Jeanne resides in Colfax, Wisconsin with her husband, Gerry, dog, four horses, and two barn cats. Her four children are all grown up and live across the midwest, visiting home often. Jeanne has enjoyed visiting schools and libraries to talk to students about writing and illustrating books. Interested in a visit?