A Book of Bees: --and how to Keep Them

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Random House, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 193 pages
From the author of the widely acclaimed A Country Year comes another elegant and appealing book about the world of the beekeeper and what he or she must do in each of the four seasons. 28 illustrations.

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wonderfully written

User Review  - sole - Overstock.com

This is a beautifully written book and will fascinate bee enthusiasts as well as lay men and women who just like to read good books. Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful! Read full review

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User Review  - JNSelko - LibraryThing

An excellent primer on how one becomes entangled in the bee-raising (non-industrial) community. Enjoyable and a page-turner, if you want to have a book in your library about the joy of bees, this is it. Read full review


The Beekeepers Autumn3
The Beekeepers W1nter37
The Beekeepers Spr1ng

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Sue Hubbell is the author of, among other works, A Country Year and A Book of Bees, which was selected as a New York Times Notable Book. She lives in Maine and Washington, D.C.

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