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The Adventures of Maya the Bee

Waldemar Bonsels

Book Overview: 

The Adventures of Maya the Bee is an exciting tale for children of all ages. Themes of growth and development of courage and wisdom are found, as well as the extreme joy and satisfaction that Maya experiences in the beauty of creation and all creatures. Her ultimate and innate loyalty to her Nation of Bees is acted out in the final heroic scenes. This story gives us the delightful sense of having seen a small segment of the world through a Bee’s eyes.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Miss Loveydear swung through the green rushes out over the surface of the water. Maya heard her singing in the sunshine. She stood and listened. It was a fine song, with something of the melancholy sweetness of a folksong, and it filled the little bee’s heart with mingled happiness and sadness.

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Softly flows the lovely stream

Touched by morning’s rosy gleam

Through the alders darted,

Where the rushes bend and sway,

Where the water-lilies say

“We are golden-hearted!”

Warm the scent the west-wind brings,

Bright the sun upon my wings,

Joy among the flowers!

Though my life may not be long,

Golden summer, take my song!

Thanks for perfect hours!

“Listen!” a white butterfly called to its friend. “Listen to the song of the dragon-fly.” The light creatures rocked close to Maya, and. . . Read More