Publisher description for Outside and inside killer bees / Sandra Markle.
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Whether it’s fear or fascination, most people have strong feelings about bees. While everyone knows that honeybees are nature’s helpers, who doesn’t get goose bumps at the thought of being attacked by “killer bees”? How can a person tell if the honeybee he or she encounters is a European honeybee or a more aggressive killer bee? And what is being done to stop the spread of killer bee colonies? This newest addition to Sandra Markle’s award-winning Outside and Inside series combines riveting, close-up photos with clear explanations, helping young readers to recognize and understand the impact of killer bees.
- Kids love insects, especially ones as frightening and fascinating as killer bees.
- This is the only book about killer bees with such amazingly clear, up-close photographs.
- Sandra’s writing has been described as “clear and concise” by School Library Journal and her photographs as “stunning” by Kirkus Reviews. She is an expert at making science interesting and accessible to children.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Africanized honeybee -- Juvenile literature.