Never have I been so captivated when I read about insects. First I fell in love with the book “A sting in the tale” last Christmas, when I randomly opened the book and suddenly had read 5 pages. The way Dave Goulson describes bumblebees with enthusiasm and love makes your face unable to resist forming a smile as you easily read through the 300-something pages. The feeling of connection this biologist and author creates to the small winged beings is out-most magical. So magical that I had to buy his other book “A Buzz in the Meadow”, allowing myself to get further enchanted by his world of insects.

This post is not a collaboration with anyone or anything. I just had to write about my love for these two books. If you have not read them yet, then take a seat in the sun, let the bees and butterflies fly around your head as the spring sun warms your face and open the book on page one. I promise you, you will be captivated!


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for sharing! So neat when you stumble upon books like that! 🙂


    1. Elena says:

      Yes, it is so wonderful!
      If you ever read it, tell me what you think about it 🙂

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  2. I will!
    One great book, for kids and adults, is called “Hope for the Flowers.” It is very simple — deals with butterflies — and is written for young children, but it sure has the most beautiful message! 🙂


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