What do bees do in winter? Do they sleep? Not at all. Certainly they don’t fly around harvesting nectar
from flowers, they spend plenty of time shivering together in the dark, drinking tea, and eating pollencookies
overwhelmed by the cold.
In this beautiful tale, written by a beekeeper for his children and wonderfully illustrated, we see the
small bees discussing the right honey for the right tea - showing children that there isn’t just one kind of
honey, and it’s not always the same.
In doing so, the book introduces kids to the world of monofloral honey.