Bee Whisperer

July 27, 2014|
Bee Whisperer
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A 16oz. bottle of honey requires 1,152 bees to travel 112,000 miles and visit 4,5 million flowers, so the next time you pour honey on your breakfast toast, spare a thought for the bees that made it for you.  This is also the reason why Beatrice is so passionate about the survival of all the bees in the world, so when she sees a bee exterminator truck parked outside Colonol Harrie's house, she barges through the gate and demands to know what is going on.

Harry explains that the bees have stung his sister, as well as the gardener and that this forced them to call in the exterminators. She tells him this is not the way to go about the problem, as a bee whisperer, like her friend George, will simply use smoke to calm the bees and a little persuasion to get the bees to go with him to an orchard where he already has several hives.

Harry is amused by her forcefullness and he agrees to go along with the plan, but he still has to pay a call out fee to the exterminators, who call Beatrice a bunny hugger.

When George arrives he goes about removing the bees efficiently and without a single person being stung, so Harry is very impressed.

After this, he and Beatrice become friends, but theirs is a stormy relationship with lots of ups and downs, before Harry arrives on Beatrice's doorstep one morning carrying a bunch of dafodills. But as he has a big grin on his face, Beatrice is suspicious of his actions and when he proposes, she gives him a rough time, before agreeing to go along with the plan. - A romance between an older couple who fall in love, but who will not admit it.

Title:Bee Whisperer
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:July 27, 2014
Appropriate for ages:All ages

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