A rare red bee is spotted

This is the illustration from my story Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow where a couple camping in Old Oak Meadow catch site of the disguised Bea. Bea and her other bees are disguising themselves in the hope that they will be thought of as a rare species and that this will stop the meadow being built over by greedy housing developers. The story is available from Amazon in A4 printed format and ebook, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Busy-Endangered-Meadow-Paul-No%C3%ABl/dp/198320384X/, and as a 6″x9″ paperback, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Busy-Endangered-Meadow-Paul-No%C3%ABl/dp/B08BW5Y3CS/.

A new notice at the entrance to the meadow

Extract from my book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow

I’m in the process of receiving the final illustrations for my new Busy Bee story, Busy Bee and the Silent Spring. Named after Rachel Carson’s ground breaking book, in this story the bees and other creatures of the meadow have to fight a farmer using banned pesticides.

The original Busy Bee book is available from Amazon or as a pdf from Junagarh Media  

Here’e the extract:

They both left the hive, the Wise Old Bee huffing and puffing as she did so. Bea wondered how they could fly so slowly without falling out of the sky. It took quite some time to get to the gate, with the Wise Old Bee having to stop on several plants and bushes along the way for a rest.

Bea and Wise Old Bee read the new notice.

At last they arrived at the entrance and the Wise Old Bee set about reading the notice, carefully, including the very small print at the bottom. It was very bad news for all of the living things in the area. They did not have long, the application to build houses had already been placed before the council. Because it was just another meadow there might not be anyone who was prepared to contest the planning application.



The Meadow – the home of Busy bee

Extract from my book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow

In one of the old oak trees a bee hive could be found and Beatriz the honey bee lived here. Winter had been a time for the bees to all huddle together to keep the hive and themselves warm. Now winter had been shaken off they returned to their work of pollinating flowers and collecting nectar. Beatriz, as always, was excited and ready early for the spring when it arrived.

The meadow

Beatriz or Bea to everyone who knew her, was a good worker bee, and during the warmer months she collected lots of nectar, much more than the other bees. The Queen Bee was always very pleased with Bea as she worked the hardest out of all of them in the hive. Bea enjoyed her work as there were so many flowers to take a nectar drink and collect the pollen from. This allowed the bees to make more than enough honey to keep themselves fed during the cold winter months. During this cold time of the year the bees lived off the honey that they had made and stored during the warmer seasons.

This book is available from Amazon or as a pdf from Junagarh Media  


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