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What do bees and wasps eat? What type of nests do they make? How do bees make honey? Find out the answers and lots more in this intriguing introduction to the fascinating world of bees and wasps. Easy-to-read text is accompanied by full-colour photographs and step-by-step visual explanations. Includes internet links to exciting websites to find out more about bees and wasps.

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Age
4+
Key Stage
EYFS S
Lexile Measure
600L
BIC CBMC
A5N79
Accelerated Reader level
3.6 LY
Hardback
ISBN: 9781409544876
Extent: 32 pages
Dimensions: 204 x 150mm
Illustrator
John Francis

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James Maclaine

James Maclaine joined Usborne Publishing in 2010. Since then he’s written books about meerkats, donkeys and several critters besides, come up with hundreds of drawing, doodling and colouring ideas, and devised puzzles and things to do for a range of activity books. But an illustrated thesaurus and a picture book about manners are the titles that he’s proudest to have authored. Recently, James walked a thousand miles across France and Spain, but he decided to come back to his job in London — because what could be better than writing books for children?

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