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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Nerdi Bunny loved to read and she was not an average bunny. She had been spending her school vacation reading books and daily newspapers, and in the afternoon she read the headlines about how the Honey and Harvest Festival was in jeopardy and the Bee Talk was not successful. Nerdi was an excellent helper and she wondered if she could help in any way. She put her newspaper away and went to the garden to pick tomatoes from the tomato patch. She realized that there were no tomatoes there. She found out that the bees in Cottontail Burrow had stopped working. She decided to find a solution to the problem so that the Honey and Harvest Festival, the most important event in Cottontail Burrow, would take place. Will Nerdi Bunny succeed in her mission? Will the Honey and Harvest Festival happen in Cottontail Burrow?
Nerdi Bunny And the Busy Bee Bully Bear Business by Aisha Toombs is an engaging story for both adults and children. Children learn about bumblebees and honeybees, and how important it is not to hurt the bees. The book will help children realize the role of bees, and they will learn about bully bears, penguins, and other creatures. The black and white sketches are appealing and they make the story palpable to young readers. The story is educational and informative as it tells readers the easy ways to help bees, and by doing so helping to save nature and the environment.