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Reviewed by Tania Staley for Readers' Favorite
Honeybees are often feared, but in Jeanette Vuuren’s Honeybee’s Recipe Book, young readers are reminded that without honeybees there wouldn't be any tasty honey. In this 10th volume of The Honeybee Series, children will learn the fascinating process the honeybee uses to create each small drop of honey. Did you know that a honeybee makes only about a quarter of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime? I didn’t until reading this book. This is just one of the many interesting facts within the pages of this text. Readers both young and old will learn something new in this intriguing little book. For a sweet treat of a read, pick up a copy of Honeybee’s Recipe Book.
Honeybee’s Recipe Book is the second book in Jeanette Vuuren’s The Honeybee Series that I have read, and I can honestly say that I enjoyed this book as much as the first one. Vuuren’s account of the honeybee’s activities was accurate, informative, and easy to follow. The book included an excellent list of vocabulary words and even had a quick and easy recipe for Honey Crackles that would be a great cross-curriculum activity for classrooms or a fun rainy day activity for the home. Once again, Sudipta Dasgupta’s illustrations were bright and cheerful and succeeded in added an extra dose of fun to the book. After seeing the quality of two of the books in The Honeybee Series, I am quite interested in reading the entire series and would gladly add it to my own children’s library.