Author: Cece Bell
Illustrator: Cece Bell
Publisher: Candlewick Press (2017)
“Jerry Bee loved people. But people did not love Jerry Bee. For one thing, he was a bee. For another, he was the most enormous bee anyone had ever seen. A sting from a bee Jerry’s size would really hurt. So people stayed away.” Jerry Bee is a kind but enormous bee who has trouble making friends. When he disguises himself as a boy his true personality enables him to make friends, but what will they think when they find out what he really is?
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Candlewick: Read to Us Story Hour Kit
The Washington Post: Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind
Harmony Early Learning Journey: 6 Ways to Encourage Long-lasting Friendships in Childhood
Cece Bell Official Website
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