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eBook Mr. Bumble download

by Kim Kennedy

eBook Mr. Bumble download ISBN: 0786822937
Author: Kim Kennedy
Publisher: Hyperion (September 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1746 kb
Fb2: 1743 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963) (often referred to by the initials JFK and Jack) was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963) (often referred to by the initials JFK and Jack) was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. Kennedy served at the height of the Cold War, and the majority of his work as president concerned relations with the Soviet Union and Cuba. A Democrat, Kennedy represented Massachusetts in the .

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Mr. Bumble, the clumsiest bee in his hive, learns how to gather pollen gracefully and efficiently from a group of helpful fairies.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Kim Kennedy (Goodreads Author). The brother/sister team that created Napoleon now deliver the tale of poor Mr. Bumble, the clumsiest bee that ever buzzed!

Kim Kennedy, Douglas Kennedy, Doug Kennedy.

Kim Kennedy, Douglas Kennedy, Doug Kennedy. Bumble, the clumsiest bee that ever buzzed, always returns to the hive with the smallest portion of pollen, and when the queen announces the discovery of a distant clover patch, he is nervous that he will never be able to fly that far. show more.

Bumbling, fumbling, tumbling, Mr. Bumble drops his freight of pollen every time, returning to his queen with a bucket full of dents. When a new clover patch is discovered, Mr. Bumble is filled with dread. What lurks within it? ``

Bumbling, fumbling, tumbling, Mr. What lurks within it? & of you who are quick and clever have nothing to fear,'' warns the Queen, aware of the danger to Mr. Bumble. A motivational tale starring & clumsiest bee that ever buzzed. Bumbling, fumbling, tumbling, Mr. What lurks within it? ``

Anyone who's ever fumbled and stumbled while everyone else is gracefully gliding knows exactly how Mr. Bumble feels.

Anyone who's ever fumbled and stumbled while everyone else is gracefully gliding knows exactly how Mr. When the queen bee announces the discovery of a distant clover patch, all thebees are thrilled-except for clumsy Mr. How will he ever fly so far?Illustrations.

by. Kennedy, Kim. Publication date. Obscured bar code back cover.

A Victorian sensibility lends an air of enchantment to this story of a fumbling bumblebee. Bumble, with his tiny blue wings and Tweedle-Dum torso, is stouter than his fellow bees, and the hive is.

Mr. Bumble, the clumsiest bee that ever buzzed, always returns to the hive with the smallest portion of pollen, and when the queen announces the discovery of a distant clover patch, he is nervous that he will never be able to fly that far.
Comments: (5)
Nahelm
I downloaded this and there are no words on my 2 ipads and choped up words on my desktop version of kindle. DON'T BUY
Thomand
Mr. Bumble came to our collection as a second hand gift. Our copy is beat up and falling apart. But none of that detracts from the story.

It's a fun little tale about a hapless bee who can't get out of his own way, much less collect honey properly like the other bees.

On a mission to a flower patch one day, Mr Bumble gets lost and meets a group of fairies who offer to help teach him how to do everything better (fly, land, etc...)

Not to spoil the end, but it's a children's book so shocker...everything works out for the hero. Mr. Bumble puts in a lot of hard work to learn how to be a better bee and it pays off.

The story itself is fun. It's about a bee flying around and falling and spinning in circles, and ultimately being victorious. It's got everything that kids enjoy. The writing is very clever as well, with interesting word choices and sentence structure. It just reads well and sounds good when spoken aloud. It's a book that lends itself to being read in funny voices. (There is a queen you can make sound all hoity toity, fairies you can give funny voices too, the bees can all be spoken with a buzzing voice. I love making voices during story time with my kids. Some books are great for that. Some aren't. This one is fantastic. There are also a lot of words with the letter Z that cane be read with a buzzing sound fun extra fun.) The illustrations are colorful and fun. They are done in a colored pencil style so the colors are vibrant, but not too bold.

And the story itself if about an incompetent bee who just needs a little self confidence and a lot of hard work to be successful. That's a good message for a kid. A little hard work and dedication makes you perform better, which makes you feel better about yourself.

This is an uncommon story that isn't on a lot of bookshelves. But it's well worth adding to yours.

I've been reading it to my daughter since she was about 3. I think its' got longevity to be interesting to her until about 8 or 9.
Sharpbinder
If you go back in time to 1997 (when Kim and Doug Kennedy developed this book), you can find Mr. Bumble, an awkward bee with a dented pail, was not so much an original but a reflection of the time. Mr. Bumble's insecurity and neurosis brings to mind two TV characters of that era, Paul Buchman from Mad About You and George Costanza from Seinfeld.

For my sons, ages 6 and 4, the similarities between Mr. Bumble and George Costanza were lost on them. However, they did enjoy rereading the bedtime story, which roughly follows the Ugly Duckling fable. Unable to gather pollen with the speed and efficiency of other bees, Mr. Bumble is taken under the wings of fairies (literally and figuratively).

The only complaint is that the illustrations are rather unremarkable, especially compared with recent bedtime books we've read such as How the Fisherman Tricked the Genie and Tadpole Rex. The acrylic illustrations look much older than what I'd expect to find in a book of this age and the effect mutes rather than enhances the story.

In summary, this book will appeal most to children who like bees and fairies, the characters appearing within. Even though the queen bee sums up Mr. Bumble's transformation, "What a fine bee you turned out to be!" on the next-to-last page, the story's moral is left a little vague. Parents can address the lesson of humble beginnings and hard work with their children with a quick Q&A at the end of the book. Our rating: 3 stars.
Unsoo
Anyone who has ever bumbled in life will love this book! A perfect marriage between text and illustration, MR. BUMBLE teaches us all about overcoming life's obstacles and the unexpected friends we meet along the way. My six year old absolutely loves this book!
BeatHoWin
Mr. Bumble is a very cute story & the pictures as nice. My 3 year old granddaughter loves having it read to her over & over. She loves bees.