Toddler Books by Eric Carle

The Honeybee And The Robber

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Honeybee And The Robber

Philomel


Author: Eric Carle

After gathering nectar and making its way safely home, a lone honeybee saves the day when a bear attacks the hive.
Kids love Honeybee And The Robber - a moving/picture book. The author is Eric Carle and it was published on the 23rd of July, 2001 by Philomel. The hardcover book talks about Toy and movable books and is considered great specimens. This is the Rev. ed. of the children book is 14 pages long and it is made up of delightfully colored illustrations.

ASIN: 0399237313

Follow an adventurous honeybee as she goes about her busy day, sipping nectar from flowers, avoiding hungry birds and playing with butterflies. But when a robber bear comes looking for honey, all the bees should rush out to defend their property. Available once more for the very first time in years, The Honeybee along with the Robber will delight both longtime fans and first-time readers. This classic Eric Carle story is brought to life by movable pull-tabs that children can use to animate the action, also as a beautiful pop-up butterfly.

Whether she's sipping nectar from beautiful flowers, avoiding hungry birds and fish, dancing using a butterfly, or bravely protecting her entire hive from a big bear with an even bigger appetite, this honeybee is constantly on the move. There's not a gratuitous pop-up, flap, or movable piece of art inside the book; readers will gasp with delight at every page, with every reading. Eric Carle's updated classic features truly inspired feats of paper engineering, such as a galloping bear plus a spectacular butterfly that looks as if it will take off at any moment. The charming story is still a showcase for Carle's distinctive collages, in delectable golds, earthy greens, shimmering blues, and warm browns. This version is smaller than the original, and also the text has been revised slightly, with younger readers in mind. A clever new interactive cover allows young children to make the villain bear's eyes cross as the angry looking bee stings his nose.



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