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Honeybee's Dictionary 1 Volume 11: Honeybee Words A-Z & Phonics Awareness (Honeybee Series) by Jeanette Vuuren is one of the twelve books of the Honeybee series. It is an educational book for children aged 5 to 7, which introduces kids to various aspects of education and learning. The main focus in this book is to teach children honeybee words and introduce them to the world of honeybees. The educational theme and the vocabulary will teach young readers many new things. It is a useful book for teachers working with small children.
This educational book introduces children to new concepts in an interesting and interactive way. The functional word list is very useful. The bright illustration that go with the words add to the appeal of the book and make the concepts clearer. By the time children finish this series they will have an in-depth knowledge of honey bees, the food they eat, how they communicate, and many more aspects. The book targets a younger audience and the short sentences and simple style help them understand the contents easily.
Educational books like this make it easy for educators to teach children about new things, new concepts, and new words. This book will make a good bedtime story book. It can also be used in classrooms and libraries for read-aloud sessions and as a reference book for children of smaller classes. On the whole, this book, along with the other books of the series, is worth owning.