The Broken Bees' Nest
From the Series Makers Make It Work
Arun and Keya find the perfect tree for a tree house. Too bad it comes with a battered bees’ nest! These bees need a new home—right away! Tying into the popular Makers Movement, Makers Make It Work is a series of fun easy-to-read stories that focus on problem-solving and hands-on action. This charming story explores the Makers theme of Beekeeping and includes explanatory sidebars and an insect-related activity for young makers to try themselves!
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Subject||Makerspace, Makerspace: Science/Experiments/Activities, Science|
|Number of Pages||32|
“Short sentences, generous dialogue, and plentiful colorful illustrations make this an attractive book for home or classroom.”—Booklist
“A solid addition to any classroom library, with the added bonus of a cast that’s wholly people of color.”—Kirkus Reviews
“STEM-based stories for easy readers spotlight hands-on action, creative problem solving, and an activity for readers to try.”—Publishers Weekly
Illustrator: André Ceolin
André Ceolin is a self-taught illustrator from Brazil. He has illustrated several books for kids including My Journey to the Stars by astronaut Scott Kelly.
Author: Lydia Lukidis
Lydia Lukidis is a children's author with more than 30 books and eBooks published, along with numerous stories, poems and plays. She writes fiction and nonfiction, and also composes educational texts and lesson plans.