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Sayre, April Pulley 
Charlesbridge Press, 2005
IL K-3, RL 2.9
ISBN 1570913625
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Bumblebees a-buzz around flowers are a sure sign that summer has arrived. Their small size and perfectly striped yellow and black colored coats keep us in awe instead of afraid of their sting. But have you ever wondered: Where do they live? What do they do? Bumblebee Queens begin their year digging out of the ground where they spent the
winter in hibernation. Read April Pulley Sayre’s latest non-fiction book and find out what the Queen does in the spring, summer and fall. You will be amazed!  (Prepared by: Barbara Stewart Zinkovich for SCASL Picture Book Awards, 2007-2008)
SUBJECTS:     Bumblebees.

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