After Barney snatches the honey from Ephan, Ephan goes and steals honey from the bees despite his friend Sid’s reservations. Little did he know about the consequences of stealing. “Peace with Bees” is a story that teaches children about compassion, respect the boundaries of others. The story is nicely laced with fun facts about bees that would help children appreciate the little things. With stunning graphics and lovable characters ‘Peace with Bees’ truly brings out the joy to the young readers.
What I liked: Silly Elephant – Peace with Bees is a cute book. I enjoyed the story and the understated lessons. I really enjoyed learning about honey and how it’s made.
What I didn’t like: I grabbed the Kindle Unlimited version and personally think the words are too small. Plus since it’s just comprised of pictures/graphics, not actual text it’s painful to enlarge. But that’s just a formatting thing and NOT about the book itself.
I did find the equations a bit odd, but again, that’s just a “me” thing because I know it’s something my son would have loved as a pre-schooler.
I also enjoyed checking out the book’s website jetpops.com The images and writing there will give you a good idea about how Nadh Poduri writes.
|Source:||I borrowed Silly Elephant – Peace with Bees via Kindle Unlimited after seeing some other reviews online.|
|Publisher & Date:||October 2nd 2016 by Jetpops|
|ISBN:||1944615024 (ISBN13: 9781944615024)|
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