Snuggle up and get comfy it’s story time with the lovely Suzy Cato reading, Bumblebee, by Rachel Weston.
Grab a little one and snuggle up for a virtual story time reading of “Boo goes Tutti Frutti” by Dee Atkinson, Waipā District Libraries.
This article by, Jenny Argante, in Seasons Magazine talks a little bit about my journey leading up to writing and publishing stories for children. It starts with my idyllic childhood growing up in Northland, touches on my working years in Auckland as a Travel Agent before I spent ten wonderful years home schooling our children.
Rachel Weston, Elaine Williams and other children’s book writers based in the Bay of Plenty & surrounding areas will now be available at Kiwi Kids Read Kiwi Books
It’s not only humans who are in love with smashed avocado. Plenty of avocado growers will attest to their dogs going crazy for this creamy super-fruit.
This article asked some great questions: “There is a section in the back about body language, do you feel this is important for young children to understand and if so why”
Tauranga City Libraries and BIOBees invite you to the launch of Bumblebees Have Smelly Feet by Rachel Weston. Bumblebees Have Smelly Feet takes you on an amazing bumblebee discovery, that will help children, and the young at heart, understand the important role bumblebees play in growing our delicious foods and in our ecosystem.
This is what inside a live Bumblebee Hive looks like. Keep your eye out for the Queen Bumble Bee!
Do you want to get involved with the Drawing competition for Western Bay of Plenty Primary School Kids? Go to APATA’s website www.apata.co.nz/billboard for more details.