In Busy Bee and the Silent Spring all the creatures of Old Oak Meadow are feeling unwell. They decide to try and enlist the help of a very friendly farmer who farms next door to Old Oak Meadow but how are they going to do that? All the pollinators that can fly visit his farm but they pretend to be ill as this bumble bee is doing when Martin arrives. They need to alert him to what is happening. This story is written for the 8-12 year old reader but a number of adults have also enjoyed reading it.
Some teachers thought that there is enough in the story to form the basis for a whole curriculum of outdoor and nature learning and all wrapped up in a story, children will love. The thing they liked best is the multitude of topics covered, all which are such important starting points for vital conversations with young people. The book has also been well received with the Scottish Beekeepers Association putting a copy of it along with the first book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow, in their Edinburgh library.
The story is available as an ebook or in printed form globally on different Amazon websites and here are a couple of links https://www.amazon.co.uk/Busy-Silent-Spring-Paul-No%C3%ABl/dp/B088JFN1ZV/ and https://www.amazon.com/Busy-Silent-Spring-Paul-No%C3%ABl/dp/B088JFN1ZV/.
There’s also a T-shirt available for children of the cover artwork, https://junagarh-media.teemill.com/product/silent-spring-cover-no-logo-no-titles-v1/.
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My author page where you can discover more about my books, https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B07D3ZTQ1L.
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