Illustrator: Cece Bell
Publisher: Candlewick Press (2017)
This picture book, Bee-Wigged, promotes themes of acceptance, friendship and identity.
Jerry Bee is a kind but enormous bee. All he wants is to make new friends, but who wants to be friends with a huge bee? When he comes across a discarded wig he disguises himself as a boy. With his new identity his true personality shines through and he makes new friends. But what will they think when they find out what he really is?
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