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Midwest Book Review:MBR : Children's Book Watch,January 2013. http:www.midwestbookreview.com/cbw/jan_13.htm-Reviewers Choice-The Picturebook Shelf
Bubs the BumbleBee and the Spider's WebJoyce Graham Fogwill, author/photographerOutskirts Press, Inc.10940 S. Parker Road - 515, Parker, CO 801349781432795863, $12.95, www.OutskirtsPress.com"Bubs the BumbleBee and the Spider's Web" is a fantastic photo-illustrated nature story about real bumble bees and spiders. Second title in the BumbleBee series for children ages 6-10, "Bubs the BumbleBee and the Spider's Web" tells an amazing adventure Bubs and her family experience when they need to find a new home with lots of flowers, nectar and pollen. Bubs makes a dangerous journey to explore, discovering both new food sources and new dangers, spiders! Lots of very dangerous spiders! Incredible, magnified photographs of wildly colorful spiders, webs and flowers add realistic charm, danger, and allure to this real nature series. In the end, after many harrowing adventures and near escapes, Bubs and her BumbleBee family all are safe and on their way to a cozy new home in a hole in the rocks near the Crofter's garden, with lots of blossoming flowers, nectar and pollen. The moral is plainly underlined; be cautious when exploring unknown territory, and obey all safety precautions. This imaginative educational series is sure to stimulate an interest in nature and the diversity of spiders and species in the young readership
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