A Charming Children’s Book on Bees, Diversity, and Inclusion
“This beautiful tale is a visual feat full of wisdom and whimsy…an absolute delight, moving and captivating.” ―Junot Díaz, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Island Born and The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
“The picture book comes across inconspicuously, but it is the most beautiful and cleverest philosophical book that has been on the book market for a long time” ―Hans Christian Andersen Committee (edited)
#1 New Release in Children’s Hispanic & Latino Books
In the tradition of timeless Latin American fables for kids, you’ll enjoy this beautifully illustrated book on bees. One Bee Too Many is a clever tale with insight for racism, kids bullying, diversity, and inclusion.
A contemporary fable about diversity and acceptance. There is a great commotion in the beehive. The bees are cramped, they can’t play games, and after many complex calculations, it seems there is one bee too many! Who is it? Can they identify her buzz? And once they do, what will they do with her? An essential in any shelf of diversity and inclusion books for kids, this engaging story offers a profound lesson that will stick with you like honey.
For fans of award-winning children’s books. Touching on present day issues, One Bee Too Many is an essential to combat kids bullying. Featuring surreal and elaborate illustrations, readers are sure to find surprising details on every page.
If you’re looking for fables for kids, children’s books about diversity, or picture books for kids—or enjoyed the Strictly No Elephants book, Mabel, or Jake the Growling Dog—then your child will love One Bee Too Many.