It’s quite magical when I think about children listening to their favourite stories over and over. They still laugh at the funny bits, point at the pictures, join in with the words and beam enthusiastically like it’s not a book they’ve heard a hundred times before!
Little ones will enjoy the wordplay and rhyme of this new story by this dynamic New Zealand duo, Rachel Weston and Scott Tulloch.
Children dip in and out of imaginative play so easily, there’s no boundaries and no rules, just the freedom to wander and make mess where they will.
Some great questions were asked by the Northern Advocate about my interest in bumblebees and why I wrote and published picture book, Bumblebee, for children 1-5 years.
Children have enquiring minds and ask wonderful questions. This story will prompt some of those interesting questions. I’ve added some information about bumble(bees) in the back of this book. It’s easier for children to care about bees when they understand what they do and why they should look after them.
This beautifully crafted piece of writing by Rachel Weston, lovingly adorned with vibrant and colourful illustrations by Deborah Hinde.
It puts a smile on my face and warms my heart to read about this Nana and her three precious grandchildren reading, Bumblebee. Story time with the grandies and learning about buzzy bumblebees in the garden, what could be better?
I wrote Bumblebee for younger children to show them the incredible connection between bees, flowers and the food we eat.
It’s amazing to think 1 in every 3 bites of food we eat come from pollinated plants! Bumblebees are SUPER pollinators that help our fruits and vegetables grow.
Bella does a WONDERFUL job of reviewing Boo Goes Tutti Frutti. She loves Boo and all his mischievousness!