Regarding the Bees: A Lesson, in Letters, on Honey, Dating, and Other Sticky Subjects by Kate KliseRegarding the Bees: A Lesson, in Letters, on Honey, Dating, and Other Sticky Subjects by Kate Klise

Regarding the Bees: A Lesson, in Letters, on Honey, Dating, and Other Sticky Subjects

byKate KliseIllustratorM. Sarah Klise

Paperback | April 6, 2009

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The seventh graders at Geyser Creek Middle School are bee yond stressed. They're preparing for a spelling bee and a horrible standardized test called the BEE (Basic Education Evaluation). Plus, this year the hunt for their honeys has become all-important. It's a good thing they have Honey, a bee that spells (yes, really !), as their class pet-and one fabulous teacher named Florence Waters. Sweet!The fifth book in the Regarding the . . . series takes the sting out of spelling bees, standardized tests, and even dating. Using letters, newspapers, and whatever else strikes their fancy, the Klise sisters have again created a book that spells J-U-S-T P-L-A-I-N F-U-N.
Kate Klise is the author of many punny and funny middle grade novels, including all of the books in the popular 43 Old Cemetery Road series. She has also written a number of picture books and young adult novels. Ms. Klise lives in Norwood, Missouri. For more information about Kate, visit www.kateandsarahklise.com. M. Sar...
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Title:Regarding the Bees: A Lesson, in Letters, on Honey, Dating, and Other Sticky SubjectsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7.5 × 5 × 0.45 inPublished:April 6, 2009Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0152066683

ISBN - 13:9780152066680

Appropriate for ages: 7

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Fast and funny." - Booklist "Fans of the series will appreciate this installment, reluctant readers will be drawn to the format, and more advanced readers will appreciate the wordplay and puns sprinkled throughout." - School Library Journal "