◊ Digital Download
◊ File Size: 8381 KB
◊ Print Length: 55 pages
◊ Genre: Children's Books, Animals, Elephants
◊ Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC (October 2, 2016)
◊ Language: English
◊ ASIN: BO1LKAHOFW
Peace with Bees is a story about a silly elephant who loves honey and thinks it’s ok to steal honey from the bees. The story teaches kids about compassion and dealing with adversities. The silly elephant’s journey to understand the boundaries and respect everyone would be a visual treat to read.
After Barney snatches the honey from Ephan, Ephan goes and steals honey from the bees despite his friend Sid’s reservations. Little did he know about the consequences of stealing. “Peace with Bees” is a story that teaches children about compassion, respect the boundaries of others. The story is nicely laced with fun facts about bees that would help children appreciate the little things. With stunning graphics and lovable characters ‘Peace with Bees’ truly brings out the joy to the young readers.
This is a charming story about a young elephant who loves honey and the problems he encounters when he tries to get more.
The author does an excellent job explaining why it’s not right to steal something just because you want it. The author also touches on the subject of bullying. Friendship, compassion, and understanding are also blended into the story. The lessons are taught in such a manner youngsters will have fun while they learn.
The bright, colorful drawings throughout the book enhance the story. The beautiful illustrations will easily hold youngsters’ attention as the story unfolds.
SILLY ELEPHANT - PEACE WITH BEES is a light-hearted, inspiring story youngsters of all ages will enjoy.
Silly Elephant – Peace With Bees by Nadh Poduri, Amazon Digital Services LLC, @2016, ASIN: BO1LKAHOFW, Digital Download, Print Length 55 Pages
FTC Full Disclosure – A copy of this book was sent to me by the author in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.
Thanks for stopping by today. Don’t you just love the cover of this book? So cute. What are your thoughts on stories that teach youngsters without them realizing they are being taught a lesson?