A little girl is on her way to gather berries, berries to make jam when she gets home. A little bee is on its way to gather nectar, nectar to make honey for her honeycomb. Their meeting in the same berry patch shines a gentle light on a common childhood fear from two points of view. This picture book provides a sweet way to convey even to the youngest child the importance of understanding and respecting all creatures.
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About Melita Morales
MELITA MORALES is an art educator, artist, performing arts presenter, and art house curator. She holds degrees in art and secondary school education and teaches art at Marin County Day School. About Jam & Honey, she writes: “I often watch… More about Melita Morales
Published by Tricycle Press Jan 25, 2011| 32 Pages| 8-1/2 x 9-3/4| 3-7 years| ISBN 9781582462998