In the UK I am in the process of getting contracts with these two charities and therefore will be donating a percentage of sales from any of our items for sale on our website www.junagarhmedia.co.uk to them. The initial product that I approached them with was my story Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. This is available as a pdf on our website and for the Kindle and a printed book from Amazon. Below is a synopsis and some artwork. If you need further information about any of our products please don’t hesitate to ask.
Bea Bee is the most resourceful, hardest working and happiest bee living in a hive located in a beautiful meadow. One day she notices a new sign on the gate and goes back to the hive to get wise old bee to come to the gate with her and read the notice as she doesn’t understand all the words. The news is bad; the sign is for a planning application to build houses all over the meadow. Wise Old Bee suggests that only if a rare or endangered species is found in the meadow is there a chance that the meadow can be saved. Bea suggests a wild idea on how to save the meadow from this happening. If they don’t then they are going to have to move the hive.
Her plan is fairly simple. There are some red flowers down near the stream that produce some fairly sticky pollen and she thinks that if she disguises herself as a red bee people will believe that there is a new species of bee. At least it will give the bees time to find out if there is a rare or endangered species in the meadow. Time to tell the Queen about the problem and also a possible solution.
Bea tries out the deception on two young people camping in the meadow and they take several photographs that they load onto social media. Bea has started a series of events that she is unaware of. Two teams are set up, some normal bees to keep a lookout on when visitors are coming and a “red” team to sow the story and keep each other from being caught. They will now try and convince other people but will experts believe them?
Can Bea’s plan and her friends from the meadow find a way to save it from being built on?
Bea and Wise Old Bee read the new notice.
My story, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow has just been reviewed very positively by a young reader and it will appear on the website in August and in the magazine later in the year. Every sale generates a donation to http://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk and https://butterfly-conservation.org/ Buy it on Amazon as a story and colouring book and for the Kindle or as a pdf from
is a great place to find out about bees in the UK.
I have been contacting anyone that I can find through social media who has a connection with bees so that I can promote my book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. Along the way I ran into Simon who runs www.beethecure.com
Simon believes if bees thrive humanity can thrive. With a focus on educating children about the importance of pollination and the rolls indigenous bees play, founder Simon Mulvany has personally saved over 400 colonies of honeybees that were due to be exterminated.
Simon also regular attends at schools to present his work to Australian school children. The enterprise is often featured in mainstream media with special emphasis on the campaigns calling for pesticides to be banned and to stop honey laundering and adulteration that is hurting Australian Beekeepers.
As a voice for small business we have created a honeymap that has been viewed over 430000 times connecting consumers to buy honey direct off the beekeeper.
The change.org petition has over 50000 signatures is currently calling for imported honey to be banned or at least labelled with country of origin.
Bee the cure ABN 58973137768
Also a donate button on the http://www.beethecure.com
Simon will be promoting my book and I will be supporting his work. You can donate to beethecure directly as above and if you buy my book from Amazon or any of our products from www.junagarhmedia.co.uk and let me know then I can make a donation from that sale to his cause.
This is the artwork for the new notice placed at the entrance to the meadow where Bea lives in the story Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. The story is now available on the Kindle platform and devices that run the app. It is also available as a pdf from our website, www.junagarhmedia.co.uk, for PCs, Mac and tablets that have a pdf reader. From next week it will be available from Amazon as a Print on Demand A4 story and colouring in book.