The little bee that lost her way – book review

if you’re looking for a bee themed book to read to children, you can’t go wrong with The Little Bee That Lost Her Way by Paul Vagg.

The charmingly illustrated worker bee – looking like a northern granny in her Pom Pom hat and glasses – gets distracted while out filling her pollen baskets. She has all sorts of near misses with the local birds and beasts, including a magpie in a neckerchief, as she desperately tries to find her home again.

Tommy enjoyed reading about the little bee together, especially enjoying the part involving a big spider with many eyes. I’m pleased to say her story does have a happy ending! The book is written in rhyming poetry and filled with bright illustrations which should appeal to any child who loves insects and other animals.

The little bee that lost her way, by Paul Vagg

About Emily Scott

I am a UK beekeeper who has recently moved from London to windswept, wet Cornwall. I first started keeping bees in the Ealing Beekeepers Association’s local apiary in 2008, when I created this blog as a record for myself of my various beekeeping related disasters and - hopefully! - future successes.
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1 Response to The little bee that lost her way – book review

  1. I think books with poetry are always firm favourites. Amelia

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