I Like Bees, I Don’t Like Honey

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Faber & Faber

This is a joyous book that celebrates what makes us unique: our likes and dislikes.

Written in a lively rhyme, the text is inspired by lots of children and their parents or carers. Throughout the book, you can see all the different things children enjoy - or don't!

The illustrations are beautiful and inclusive, full of life and detail that will captivate young readers. But the book offers so much more: it can help create a space to talk to a child about what they like and do not, be it a silly or serious matter. Best yet, there's space at the end for young readers to fill in their own likes and dislikes, helping you to build that discussion and celebrate their individuality.

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