Discover ways to save and protect bees through the eyes of a honeybee rescuer! Award-winning writer and scientist, Loree Griffin Burns introduces her new nonfiction children's book HONEYBEE RESCUE: A BACKYARD DRAMA, following a honeybee rescuer as he expertly removes a colony of bees from a barn and helps relocate back to a hive. During the event, Burns will share an informative and fun slideshow while discussing honeybees, and how to keep them safe. Burns is a local author and the rescue that’s featured in HONEYBEE RESCUE is also located near by! This is the perfect event for kids to enjoy some summertime science. This event is great for ages 5-8, but all future honeybee rescuers are welcome. Register to attend this free event below.
If you cannot make the event but would like a personalized copy of Loree Griffin Burns' books, please order them on our website by August 10th and include the name of the person you would like your book inscribed to in the "order comments".
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Fans of the Scientists in the Field series will love discovering ways to save and protect bees through the eyes of a honeybee rescuer.
Follow honeybee rescuer Mr. Nelson as he expertly removes a colony of bees from Mr. Connery's barn (with a vacuum!) and helps it relocate back to a hive. Photographs of Mr.Nelson’s relocation of the colony help bring the honeybee rescue to life.
Nature lovers and scientists-to-be will be abuzz as they learn all the ways to keep honeybees (and our ecosystem) safe.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Loree Griffin Burns is an award-winning writer who holds a PhD in biochemistry. Each of her books draws heavily on both her passion for nature and her experience as a working scientist. She is the author of You're Invited to a Moth Ball, Life on Surtsey: Iceland's Upstart Island, Citizen Scientist: Be a Part of Scientific Discovery in Your Own Backyard, and Beetle Busters: A Rogue Insect and the People Who Track It.