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Bees Like Flowers by Rebecca Bielawski–Review by Bethanie

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Bees Like Flowers is precious.  Each of the Mummy Nature books is very child-friendly. The colors are bright, and that alone would keep a child’s interest. This little book gives a good child-perfect explanation of how honey is made and what happens in a beehive. I love the little bees’ face. It makes them seem friendly. The choice of flowers she used were some of my favorites, the sunflower especially.

Ms. Bielawski has once again created a colorful and fun way to teach your little ones about nature. The Mummy Nature books will keep a child’s interest by the rhythm and beautiful colors. I would recommend these to anyone who has little children in their families.

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Traveling Seeds by Rebecca Bielawski–Review by Bethanie

 

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Ms. Bielawski has once again created a colorful and fun way to teach your little ones about parts of nature. This book discusses in a fun, child-like perfection the ways a seed can travel and make new plants. I love the color and the rhythm to the books. Young children and toddlers’ will love this book.

The Mummy Nature books are part of a series that  will keep a child’s interest by the rhythm and beautiful colors. I would recommend these to anyone who has little children in their families.

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