Horsefly and Honeybee

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Macmillan, Mar 27, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When Honeybee decides to take a nap in the same flower as Horsefly, trouble ensues! They don't want to share, and after quarrelling, run away in opposite directions. But it isn't long until they meet again... They have both been captured by hungry Bullfrog! If Horsely and Honeybee are to escape before dinnertime, they must find a way to work together.

With beautiful illustrations and simple text, this is a sweet story about sharing and friendship.


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User Review  - npodsiadlik - LibraryThing

Cecil is back again with this clever tale of two unlikely friends- the Horsefly and the Honeybee. These two have a rough start but are forced to work together when the hungry Bullfrog begins to ... Read full review

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User Review  - cmesa1 - LibraryThing

The story narrates the fight between a horsefly and a honeybee that loose one wing each and almost got eaten by a frog. But they decide to embrace one another and are able to fly away and scape they decide to stick together and share their lives. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Randy Cecil has illustrated many books for children, including Dusty Locks and the Three Bears and And Here's to You! (a New York Times bestseller). He lives in Houston, Texas.

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