Horsefly and Honeybee by Randy Cecil

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While the fate of real-life insects dismembered in such a way would be decidedly less rosy, the charm with which the book's message is delivered should keep readers from dwelling on such unpleasantness.
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When Honeybee decides to take a nap in the same flower as Horsefly, trouble ensues! They don't want to share, and after quarrelling, run away in opposite directions. But it isn't long until they meet again… They have both been captured by hungry Bullfrog! If Horsely and Honeybee are to escape before dinnertime, they must find a way to work together.

With beautiful illustrations and simple text, this is a sweet story about sharing and friendship.

 

About Randy Cecil

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Randy Cecil has illustrated many books for children, including Dusty Locks and the Three Bears and And Here's to You! (a New York Times bestseller). He lives in Houston, Texas.
 
Published August 27, 2013 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR). 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books. Non-fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Excellent
Apr 30 2012

While the fate of real-life insects dismembered in such a way would be decidedly less rosy, the charm with which the book's message is delivered should keep readers from dwelling on such unpleasantness.

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