The Christmas Cats Can’t Help When the Hive Elects a Bad Bee. The bees learn a valuable lesson about making important decisions without enough information. They also learn that everyone needs to work to earn the trust of others.
This book is the sixth in the Christmas Cats series (www.TheXmasCats.com) but it can be read as a standalone. Although it is written for kids between the age of 3 – 12 years old, it is more appropriate for kids above 6 years old as the book incorporated politics in a subtle manner. The book has about 68 pages, with a few last pages consisting of black and white images for colouring purpose.
This book is amusing, and fun to read. It fits not just for kids but also for adults as they would have a good time reading the book out to the kids. It teaches some important values behind being a good leader and how not to be ‘the bad guy’. If the book is read out to kids in the right manner, they will be able to understand the message in a very simple manner. I have never thought of a children’s book that can have politics in it.
A 4 star for this book. The illustrations are great.
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I’m so glad you enjoyed ‘The Christmas Cats Flee the Bee’!