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Busy Bee Bo

Busy BeeBo, by Anne Forester | Press Release

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Article provided by Anne Forester
The Children’s Book Review | April 29, 2016

Busy Bee BoBusy BeeBo

Written by Anne Forester

Illustrated by Annie Hawkins Scott

Busy BeeBo is a delightful tale of preparation and hard work. Follow BeeBo Bee as he soars over fields and meadows. He gathers nectar from colorful flowers to make honey for the cold winter ahead. BeeBo Bee works hard to finish his chores before the leaves change colors but his friend, Zig Bee would rather play! When the snow covers the ground, BeeBo is warm in the hive with heaps of sweet honey. Zig hears a grumble, it must be his tummy! See how BeeBo Bee teaches his friend Zig Bee how to be prepared, work hard and have fun.

In this book, Anne Forester shows young readers the value of a job well done. Written in cute rhyming stanzas and paired with vibrant and engaging illustrations, Busy BeeBo is a story that is sure to charm audiences of all ages.

Age range: 2-6 years old

ISBN: 978-1519302311

Paperback: 26 pages

Publication Date: February 23, 2016

Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing

About the author: Anne Forester loves to write. She began her career in grade school writing for the school newspaper. Since then, she has written for several newspaper publications and worked as a television reporter. She loves a good story and enjoys reading to her two little ones. When Anne is not writing, she enjoys chasing her boys around the park in the beautiful state of Utah and spending time with her husband. Learn more about Anne at www.anneforesterwrites.com. 

About the illustrator: Annie Hawkins Scott was born and raised in Murray, Utah. She is a lover of all things art and crafts. When she is not working on her drawings, she loves spending time with her husband and four-legged child, Sophie.

Purchase Busy BeeBo on Amazon.com: http://amzn.com/1519302312

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