The Little Bumblebee

by William Pisani



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 31/10/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781524548360
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781524548353

About the Book

The Little Bumblebee stands on its own merits as a delightful children’s story, capturing the innocence of childhood. Yet it provides an invaluable lesson that can be easily understood, one that is of paramount concern to all parents. “Be careful,” Mother Bumblebee warns. “Don’t go into the yard with the white picket fence.” But instead of listening to his mother, the little bumblebee follows the strange bee into the yard and soon finds himself captured in a glass jar by the young girl who lives there. Only through his wits does the little bumblebee finally outsmart his captor and save himself. With the story’s happy ending comes an important lesson for all children to learn. As Mother Bumblebee cautions, “You must never, ever go off with a stranger—no matter what he says.”

About the Author

William Pisani, born in 1943 in Dobbs Ferry, New York, is the author of The Call of Distant Drums (JoNa Books, 2005), a historical novel about the Native Americans. This was followed by An American Trilogy (Xlibris, 2011), a novel reflecting his own experiences growing up in a neighborhood of Italians and Irish-Americans during the 1950s. His latest work, The Little Bumblebee, is a picture storybook that uses imagery of nature to convey its important message.