Disclosure: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
Aitchoo! Queen Bee has the sneezies and is having trouble organizing this year’s pollination. Without pollen, the plants won’t be able to make the seeds and fruits for the annual Garden Party. Luckily, Flicker and her friends are on hand to save the day.
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Jodie Parachini is a children’s author and editor. She lives in a village in Hertfordshire, England, where she loves swimming, gardening, and taking long, rambling hikes with a smelly dog. She can be found at www.JodieParachini.com
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This is an adorable book about Flicker and her friends who must save the day. They are reluctant to help, but when they realize what will happen when they don’t, they jump right in. Queen Bee is unable to spread the pollen from the flowers to the plants that grow fruits and vegetables. Without the pollen transfer, the fruits and vegetables won’t grow. Now, the heroic actions of Flicker and her friends is seen as they collect the pollen (and get it all over themselves). They take it to the plants that need it and pollinate them so that fruits and vegetables will grow there.
I loved the artwork in this book. The expressive little bees and insects are cute. I imagine that children will want to see if they can observe pollination in their own yard.