Books on bees
- June 23, 2009 - 3:51 PM
BOOKS ON THE SUBJECT
Bees are hot in publishing circles, with new titles swarming onto shelves. Here are just a few:
"Honeybee: Lessons From an Accidental Beekeeper" by Marina Marchese (Black Dog & Leventhal, $22.95). A Connecticut beekeeper chronicles her 10-year journey from corporate wage slave to artisanal honey entrepreneur.
"Plan/bee: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Hardest-Working Creatures on the Planet" by Susan Brackney (Perigee, $1.95). An Indiana beekeeper offers her breezy, whimsical take on bees, their behavior and how to get started on the hobby.
"A Short History of the Honey Bee: Humans, Flowers and Bees in the Eternal Chase for Honey" by E. Readicker-Henderson, with photos by Ilona McCarty (Timber Press, $19.95). A Washington beekeeper-turned-writer combs through bee science and lore, offering personal insights and practical tips.
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