Crash, a grumpy bear cub, discovers the vital role bees have in maintaining a healthy ecosystem.
In “I Hate Honey,” a grumpy Crash’s dislike for rain, breakfast, and honey leads him to confront a hive full of bees. When trying to stop their honey production, Crash learns about the crucial role bears and bees have in maintaining a balanced ecosystem. This charming tale explores the importance of cooperation and the interconnectedness of nature, allowing children to understand how crucial it is to care for our environment.
- A fun and educational story that promotes environmental awareness and the important role animals and insects have in maintaining a healthy ecosystem.
- Relatable characters whose journey will present readers with valuable life lessons about cooperation and understanding.
- Richly detailed illustrations bring the characters and setting to life, allowing readers the chance to experience the beauty and wonder of the natural world.
Sasha Kahn loves children and animals and hopes to instill in kids a love for nature and the environment and responsibility for its stewardship. A native New Yorker, she has written for theatre, film and television. Sasha studied English and Theatre at Cornell University and the Samuel Beckett School of Drama at Trinity College, Dublin. She has learned much mentoring elementary school students and teachingpre-schoolers. She’s even encountered a few bears. This is her first children’s book.
Interest Age: 5 to 8 years
Reading Age: 7 to 8 years
Hardback: $24.99 · 978-1-76036-185-3
World rights available, except for Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK and the US.
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