Little Harvey Honeybee
By: Lawrence Ingle
Illustrated by: Blueberry Illustrations
Written by Lawrence Ingle at an early age and kept memorized for many years.
This is a short story rhyme/poem about a honeybee that runs into trouble while going about his daily nectar collecting journey's.
Harvey's objective was to be a part of his lively buzzy friends in helping to make a hive full of honey, although getting caught in a jar, he was fortunate enough to have finally been set free before the colder weather came, where he made it back to his hive and was joyful to have been a part of a happy ending, yes, back with his buzzy friends.
Writing, reading, sharing and expressing oneself through rhymes or otherwise will always be a passion for many people all over the world and it's an accomplishment when any writer, beginner or seasoned one can convey ideas and thoughts by sentences of reading material that is found interesting enough to be read, shared and enjoyed by thousands of people everywhere.
This "Little Harvey Honeybee" book is dedicated to everyone who, has at one time or another, gotten stung or dodged a bee while bare footing through the grassy clover, who has caught/captured honeybees in a mason jar, cup etc., who has enjoyed their mothers or grandmothers warm pancakes or french toast with butter and honey on them, and especially for those of you unique bee keepers who still make it possible for millions to purchase honey for daily consumption through your great and loving efforts of beekeeping production skills!
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Also by Lawrence Ingram:
Billy Amigo & Lil Willy Wiggle
The Haunted House, Bubba Rouse & Mouse