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Look at me, I'm wild and free. Look at me, I'm Manderlee. Manderlee, that's me. Manderlee, the last honey bee.

Learn about Manderlee, an adventurous honey bee, and the challenges she must overcome in this beautifully illustrated rhyming story for ages 3+.

When her hive is destroyed, Manderlee must find a new home. Learn about the importance of honey bees, and join Manderlee
Hardcover, 56 pages
Published October 16th 2019 by Red Moon Productions Ltd.
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David Cantor
Oct 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book is very informative and has delightful rhymes that are easy for a young child to learn. The illustrations are beautiful and there is enough drama to make bedtime storytelling very enjoyable. My 4 year old granddaughter absolutely loves it. I've almost memorised it, having read it to her so many times.
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Wayne Gerard Trotman is a British author of action-packed thrillers, horror, fantasy and science fiction for adults and young adults, and inspiring cooking and travel non-fiction titles.

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“Protect us bees,
Don’t burn our hives.
Protect us bees
And spare our lives.
We pollinate trees,
And now you know,
Without us bees,
Some plants won’t grow.”
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