Let's see what all the buzz and bumble is about bees with PBS KIDS friends Dot, Dee, and Del! Introduce your baby or toddler to the world of bees. How do leafcutter bees make their nests? Where do fuzzy bumblebees like to live? What are honeybee colonies called? This lift-a-flap board book is abuzz with bee facts and early learning.
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- Come explore this sturdy Lift-a-Flap bee board book with buzzing surprises and fun facts under every flap!
Durable board pages and chunky flaps designed to withstand traditional wear and tear from babies and toddlers
- Lifting flaps strengthens hand-eye coordination and fine motor skill development
- Parents rank PBS KIDS #1 in preparing children for school, developing the skills kids need to succeed, and modeling positive behavior (Maru/Matchbox 2016)
- Look for more PBS KIDS books available from Cottage Door Press. From bee books for children to stories about airports, to professions such as firefighters and veterinarians, our comprehensive series gives children the opportunity to explore new ideas and worlds around them.