Little Bee SunbeamJakob Streit
This story/reader for younger children relates the adventures of a honeybee named Little Bee Sunbeam. The little bee is in a search for a particularly good nectar to make honey when it suddenly becomes very cold. Honeybees cannot fly when the temperature drops so abruptly and our little bee must spend the night alone in the forest where an exciting adventure unfolds.
It is one of two books recommended for the sexuality curriculum in the Waldorf school.
"In Summer the flower cups drink in the warm sunbeams. That is what is in our honey. It is melted sunshine."Waldorf Publications
6 x 9 inches