Little Bee Sunbeam by Jakob Streit
  

Little Bee Sunbeam

Written by Jakob Streit
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Little Bee Sunbeam by Jakob Streit

This is the story of a honeybee called Little Bee Sunbeam. She's searching for especially good nectar, to make honey, when it suddenly becomes very cold, forcing her to spend the night alone in the forest. Jakob Streit brings all his storytelling ability to this lovely tale, which introduces issues of sexuality for the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum. Suitable as a reader for Year 5 (age 11) and up, or to be read to children from Year 3 (age 9) and up, it also fits well into the Botany lesson block in the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum.

About the Author

Jakob Streit (1910-2009) was born in Switzerland, in the picturesque village of Spiez. He was a teacher for many years, using Waldorf teaching methods in his public school classroom. He regularly told stories for his students, and between 1940 and 2004 he wrote over forty children's books encompassing nature stories, Bible stories, biographies and historical stories.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Jakob Streit
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Publisher

AWSNA Publications

Publication date

1st January 2010

ISBN

9781888365986


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