Book Review: Bees Like Flowers

About the book:bees


Title: Bees Like Flowers (Mummy Nature #2)

Author: Rebecca Bielawski

Published: November 20th 2014 by Rebecca Bielawski

Source: Received from Authors db in exchange for an honest review

Format: e-copy


Watch our happy, helpful friend the Honey Bee, always so busy and buzzy and find out why bees and flowers are such good friends. Illustrations using vivid colors include many real flower species which children may recognize from their garden or have seen growing in the wild, 3 of them are named at the end of the book too. The narrator shows us what these fascinating bugs have been getting up to in her garden.

What we can learn:


Simple ideas about the life of a bee

Bees are insects

Some common flowers: Daisy, Poppy, Sunflower

new words:

Insect, Pollen, Nectar, Hive, Honeycomb, Blossoms

Check it on: Amazon  & Goodreads

My Review:


I absolutely loved this book! It is really adorable and after reading just this one from the series I am convinced that the “Mummy nature Series” is fantastic to say the least.

The illustrations are very suitable for a children’s book. All faces have smiles, a lot of colors are used and each object of insect is very clearly portrayed. It is definitely a great way to attract the little one’s interest and can even raise one’s spirit. I was in a very good mood while reading it. The story is told in verse and it even has its own melody. I could easily see this in a song.

These particular drawings make the story understandable and appealing telling a bee’s story to a child who’s afraid of being stung is quite challenging, but the author has done it in a very enjoyable way. Oh, let me tell you a secret: I am terrified of bees! But after reading this book, I really like them. I even find them cute J


What’s more important is that it is a very educative book as well. For example, there are lessons at the end in regards to different kind of flowers and kids are encouraged to find them in the story. It is both interactive and helpful.

As with most books I receive,  I have a copy in a kindle format, so I can only state my opinion in regards to the electronic version. However, I do advise to purchase the paperbacks of all the books in the series! I can tell you I am adding this to the list of titles for my future child, whenever he or he may decide to come J 5 amazing bees and flowers for this lovely book!

About the Authorrebecca


Once upon a time in England there was a Kiwi girl. She was unsatisfied with her job peeling onions at a factory in Norfolk and yearned for a better life where she could harness her untapped artistic potential and unleash all her pent up rhymes. One day when she realized she had no tears left to cry for the onions she packed up and moved to Spain, fell in love with a handsome Systems Administrator, had two kids, became a children’s author and lived happily ever after.


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