Book Description This narrative non-fiction title explores the many ways we use honey and honeycomb. Using the time-tested, cumulative-tale format of This Is the House That Jack Built, this charming story follows a family as it thanks honeybees for all the yummy ways it uses the honey they make. Key Selling Points • Origin story: This book is part of a new Blue Apple series on where everyday things come from. • Bees are trending: An increasing number of suburban families have bee boxes in their yards as the plight of bees has made national news in recent years. • Bee math: The story is capped off by a page of numerical bee facts, which kids will find interesting, especially those who like numbers and statistics. • Just a spoonful of honey: A healthy dose of family togetherness sweetens the non-fction components in this educational and charming story. Infectious repetition make this informative and fun take on the 18th-century classic This Is the House That Jack Built. • For younger kids: This title reaches a younger audience (age


  • 28 pages
  • 6.5 x 9.5 inches
  • 4 colors
  • Unjacketed Hardcover

Rights available for...

  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Dutch
  • Portuguese (Europe)