If You Should Hear A Honey Guide

If You Should Hear A Honey Guide

Book - 1995
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Houghton
There is an East African bird that loves honeycombs but sometimes cannot reach them. So the honey guide calls to a person or a honey badger and leads them to a bee nest. The writer's powerful voice takes readers on a journey through beautifully and evocatively painted African landscapes. Carrying a burning stick (its smoke will subdue the angry bees), we move cautiously past a herd of elephants, a hidden snake, a sleeping lion, and hungry crocodiles - until, at last, we and the bird reach the honey. A remarkable relationship between people in East Africa and a species of bird is the basis of this compelling picture book.

Baker & Taylor
A honey-eating bird takes readers on a journey through the East African bush in a story that shows the close relationship between people and animals there

Baker
& Taylor

A honey-eating bird takes readers on a journey, illustrated in beautifully executed landscapes, through the East African bush and its fascinating inhabitants, in a story that shows the close relationship between people and animals there.

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1995
ISBN: 9780395715451
0395715458
Branch Call Number: j 598.72 Sa99i, Easy
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 24 x 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Schindler, S. D.

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