|Mary Batten. The bee begins to slide. It tries as hard as it can to climb out, but tiny |
downward-pointing hairs keep it from crawling back up. Down, down, down the
bee slides. It can't stop. At the bottom of the plant is a pool of water. SPLASH!
|The highly pictorial stories have lively illustrations and a rich vocabulary with challenging sentence structure - ideal for children who are just beginning to read alone.|