Polly Bee Makes Honey (Follow My Food) (Hardcover)

Polly Bee Makes Honey (Follow My Food) By Deborah Chancellor, Julia Groves (Illustrator) Cover Image

Polly Bee Makes Honey (Follow My Food) (Hardcover)

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Follow Polly Bee as she flies to flowers, finds pollen and nectar, and helps make sticky honey in this stylish and fact-filled picture book, part of the new “Follow My Food” series that looks at the ways different foods are made.

How is honey produced? And how does it get from the farm to the kitchen table? This simple story provides young readers a glimpse into a day in the life of a worker bee.  From flower to hive to table, this engaging story will help kids understand where their food comes from, and it’s ideal for teaching them about sustainability and the environment. Featuring attractive collage-style art and rich vocabulary, the book also includes information on beekeeping, fun facts about bees, and a simple recipe.
Deborah Chancellor is the author of more than 100 books for children and young adults in the UK. Her books cover a range of topics from educational to biographies to cookbooks. A number of her books have been published in the US, including her “Good to Be Green” series (Crabtree).

Julia Groves is an illustrator with a focus on cut-paper and printmaking illustrations for children's books. Her first book Rainforest received a Banks Street Outstanding Merit, made the New York Times Best Books of the Year list, and was long-listed for the Cogan Biodiversity Picture Book (UK).
Product Details ISBN: 9781662670664
ISBN-10: 1662670664
Publisher: Kane Press
Publication Date: February 6th, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English
Series: Follow My Food
"These titles in Kane's 'Follow My Food' series are great resources for the very young on the subject of where food comes from...Lovely artwork, cut paper with digital media that looks like color block printing, shows clear images in broad panes of bright color...I feel that these titles give the perfect amount of information, with appealing images, to help young children understand that all of their food comes from somewhere!" —Youth Services Book Review