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Honey in a Hive

Anne Rockwell

Categories: Foods & Nutrition

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Buzzing from flower to flower, honeybees are busy gathering nectar and pollen. The nectar will be made into honey, and the pollen will feed their queen bee and her offspring back in the hive. Like people, bees form societies with leaders — the queen — and workers, and like people, their survival depends on every bee doing its part. Read and find out about bees, honey, and life in the hive. This book needs to be returned. 

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