A Creepy Crawly Story (Early Reader)
Written by Vivian French
Illustrated by Selina Young
Part of the Early Reader Series
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Bees, butterflies, slugs and snails – the little creatures in the garden are vividly brought to life in this charming story about stories. Two badly behaved bees fail to bring back enough honey to satisfy their Queen but they bring something else to sweeten her – a couple of stories about a nasty butterfly and a brave moth. The stories make the Queen laugh but will they be enough to get the young bees fed?
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A Creepy Crawly Story (Early Reader) by Vivian French
When naughty Wizz Bee and Buzz Bee come home without any honey, Queen Bee is very cross. Can they cheer her up with a story? A brand new Early Reader from the author of The Tiara Club. Short accessible chapters and full colour illustrations on every page make it ideal for newly confident readers.
About the Author
Interest Age: From 6
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