In this tale between a rhino & a bee, children will • Learn why bees are so important • Be guided to think beyond the five senses • Realise that all things are connected • Develop a mindset to secure the future Did you know • Rhinos could become extinct in ten years time unless we help to protect them? • Seven species of bees were added to the endangered list in 2016
The proceeds from the sale of this book go to Rhino conservation.
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.
Dharmisha Cvetkovic is a South African Indian on a quest to understand life, the universe and everything. She has a Bachelor of Economic Science degree & recently left a successful career as a Management Consultant to pursue her passion for writing.
Her vision is to bring out the best in children through education in mindfulness. "If we can teach children to think beyond the five senses, we can raise a generation of leaders that will be able to sustain the future" - Author.
Dharmisha is an internationally trained facilitator of the Happiness Program, Youth Empowerment Seminar & the Know Your Child workshop. These self development programs use breath work, yoga, meditation & mindfulness to transform individuals to transform society.
Dharmisha is the author & illustrator of both her children's books - Who am I, and just released Geza & the Bee.
An interesting book. The illustrations are great. Geza is a little rhino who learns what bees are and how they help out the world. A few things. I like the first half of the story, but not so much the second half. The first half was light and fluffy and the second half was a downer. This should be a picture book. It is presented almost as a chapter book without chapters. I think it would do much better in a larger format. I do really like the illustrations, but I do not like the cover. I almost wish the first full page was the cover. Plus the colors seems off. The book seems self published. There is nothing bad in that, but with some polish it, it could look more mainstream and go far.