The Bee Who Spoke

The Bee Who Spoke

The Wonderful World of Belle and the Bee

  1. Al MacCuish
  2. Illustrated by Rebecca Gibbon
  • ISBN 9780500650271
  • 26.00 x 19.50 cm
  • PLC (no jacket)
  • 32pp
  • Illustrated in colour throughout
  • First published 2014

Here is an enchanting and entertaining story, perfect for young readers keen to discover the wonder of plants and animals in nature and see how they work together in harmony.

‘An enchanting children’s picture book with an educational and environmental heart … the perfect holiday read for children’ – London Mums Magazine
‘Enchanting and entertaining … A beautifully written story with incredible illustrations, a great read for your child to get lost in’ – Baby Buzz Magazine
‘A vibrant tale that will both entertain and educate’– Baby & Me

Meet Belle, a Parisian girl who goes on holiday to the countryside and is eager to explore on her new bicycle. Soon, though, disaster strikes: Belle falls off her bike and is lost and alone. Now it’s time to meet a talking bee! Yes, a bee who speaks! The talking bee rescues Belle and they set off together ...

The Bee Who Spoke

Follow the wonderful adventure of Belle and the bee as they meet every kind of plant and animal proud to call the countryside their home. Just like Belle, you’ll be amazed to discover how nature works: you’ll never look at the natural world around you in the same way again.

The Bee Who Spoke

'The Bee Who Spoke' is the first in a series of books encouraging young children to be curious about our natural world.

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