Our new story, “Busy Bee and the Silent Spring”, is being prepared to be sent off to agents and publishers in the hope that it can be published by a commercial publisher. If that doesn’t work then we will self publish like we have the other stories.
We have now signed contracts with three UK charities. They are Plantlife, Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, and Butterfly Conservation. For any of our sales where a purchaser does not specify a charity of their choice we will divide our donation between these three charities.
I have been contacting anyone that I can find through social media who has a connection with bees so that I can promote our book, Busy Bee and the Endangered Meadow. Along the way I ran into Simon who runs www.beethecure.com Simon believes if bees thrive humanity can thrive. With a focus on educating children about […]
The story is now published for the Amazon Kindle and available from this website as a pdf. We are waiting for the Print on Demand proofs and after that it will be available as an A4 story and colouring in book.
The third of our stories to be converted as a print on demand A4 story and colouring in book from Amazon. It should be available from us as well in this format shortly. The price of these books as risen slightly they will now cost £5.99.
A version of this story is now available on Amazon priced at £1.99. It contains the drawings but these are not reproduced at the end of the story as they are on the pdf available on this website.