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Here Is the Beehive
Title Here Is the Beehive
Author
Publisher Little, Brown and Company
Release DateNovember 17, 2020
Category Literature & Fiction
Total Pages 288 pages
ISBN B085DQRV7M
Book Rating 4 out of 5 from 276 reviews
Language EN, ES, BE, DA ,DE , NL and FR
Book Review & Summary:

A brilliantly original debut about a love affair cut short, and how lonely it is to live inside a secret -- for fans of Sally Rooney, Sheila Heti, and Ottessa Moshfegh. Ana Kelly can deal with death. As an estate lawyer, an unfortunate part of her day-to-day is phone calls from the next of kin informing her that one of her clients has died. But nothing could have prepared Ana for the call from Rebecca Taylor, explaining in a strangely calm tone that her husband Connor was killed in an accident. Ana had been having an affair with Connor for three years, keeping their love secret in hotel rooms, weekends away, and swiftly deleted text messages. Though consuming, they hide their love well, and nobody knows of their relationship except Mark, Connor's best friend. Alone and undone, Ana seeks friendship with the person who she once thought of as her adversary and opposite, but who is now the only one who shares her pain -- Rebecca. As Ana becomes closer to her lover's widow, she is forced to reconcile painful truths about the affair, and the fickleness of love and desire. Funny, frank, and strange, Sarah Crossan's moving novel is wholly original and deeply resonant.

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A brilliantly original debut about a love affair cut short, and how lonely it is to live inside a secret -- for fans of Sally Rooney, Sheila Heti, and Ottessa Moshfegh. Ana Kelly can deal with death. As an estate lawyer, an unfortunate part of her day-to-day is phone calls from the next of kin informing her that one of her clients has died. But nothing could have prepared Ana for the call from Rebecca Taylor, explaining in a strangely calm tone that her husband Connor was killed in an accident. Ana had been having an affair with Connor for three years, keeping their love secret in hotel rooms, weekends away, and swiftly deleted text messages. Though consuming, they hide their love well, and nobody knows of their relationship except Mark, Connor's best friend. Alone and undone, Ana seeks friendship with the person who she once thought of as her adversary and opposite, but who is now the only one who shares her pain -- Rebecca. As Ana becomes closer to her lover's widow, she is forced to reconcile painful truths about the affair, and the fickleness of love and desire. Funny, frank, and strange, Sarah Crossan's moving novel is wholly original and deeply resonant.

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Release Date 2018-04-03
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The Real Buzz on Bees What a promise! Actually, promises. First, here’s a book that teaches kids all about the fascinating world of bees. Second, fun exercises, activities, and illustrations engage the imagination and offer a deeper understanding of bee life and bee behavior. Third, by following a few simple steps including removing the book’s cover and taping it together, readers can transform the book into an actual living home for backyard bees. Fourth, added all together, Turn This Book Into a Beehive! lets kids make a difference in the world—building a home where bees can thrive is one small but critical step in reversing the alarming trend of dwindling bee populations. Written by Lynn Brunelle, author of Pop Bottle Science, whose gift for making science fun earned her four Emmy Awards as a writer for Bill Nye the Science Guy, Turn This Book Into a Beehive! introduces kids to the amazing mason bee, a non-aggressive, non-stinging super-pollinator that does the work of over 100 honeybees. Mason bees usually live in hollow reeds or holes in wood, but here’s how to make a home just for them: Tear out the perforated paper—each illustrated as a different room in a house—roll the sheets into tubes, enclose the tubes using the book’s cover, and hang the structure outside. The bees will arrive, pack mud into the tubes, and begin pollinating all the plants in your backyard. Twenty experiments and activities reveal even more about bees—how to smell like a bee, understand the role of flowers and pollen, learn how bees communicate with each other through “dance,” and more. It’s the real buzz on bees, delivered in the most ingenious and interactive way.

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One of BuzzFeed's Romance Novels to Read Summer 2020 It is a truth universally acknowledged that an arrogant bachelor insistent on a wife who meets the strictest of requirements--deserves his comeuppance. The Honourable Mr. Jeremy Malcolm is searching for a wife, but not just any wife. As the target of matchmaking mothers and desperate debutantes, he's determined to avoid the fortune hunters and find a near-perfect woman, one who will meet the qualifications on his well-crafted list. But after years of searching, he's beginning to despair of ever finding this paragon. Until Selina Dalton arrives in town. Selina, a vicar's daughter of limited means and a stranger to high society, is thrilled when her friend Julia Thistlewaite invites her to London, until she learns it's all part of a plot to exact revenge on Mr. Malcolm. Selina is reluctant to participate in Julia's scheme, especially after meeting the irresistible Mr. Malcolm, who appears to be very different from the arrogant scoundrel of Julia's description. But when Mr. Malcolm begins judging Selina against his unattainable standards, Selina decides that she has some qualifications of her own. And if he is to meet them he must reveal the real man behind...Mr. Malcolm's List.

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Author Howland Blackiston
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Release Date 2019-03-04
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781119544432
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Building Beehives For Dummies (9781119544388) was previously published as Building Beehives For Dummies (9781118312940). While this version features a new Dummies cover and design, the content is the same as the prior release and should not be considered a new or updated product. The easy way to build your own beehives and beekeeping equipment Building Beehives For Dummies is the follow-up book to the bestselling Beekeeping For Dummies. It provides everything you need to learn how to build some of the world's most popular hives and beekeeping accessories. For each design the book includes a detailed materials list (what lumber, hardware and fasteners you'll need), step-by-step building instructions, and illustrative drawings that show how the components all fit together. There are over a dozen plans in all, including the traditional Langstroth hive, the eight frame garden hive, designs for elevated hive stands, the Warre hive, screened bottom board, the Kenya top-bar hive, four-frame observation hive, hive top feeders, and more. The book contains introductory chapters that teach you the basic carpentry skills necessary to build any of the plans in the book. Whether you are a new beekeeper or a seasoned ol’timer, Building Beehives for Dummies provides you with the information you need to plan and succeed at building beehives (and other cool accessories). You'll discover what type of hive to build, hints on how to maintain your equipment, what bees need to stay happy and healthy, where to locate your hive, and much more. Covers "bee space," the critical technical measurement within a beehive that's crucial for easy inspection of your colonies Offers guidance on keeping both urban and suburban neighbors happy, getting proper permissions, and understanding regional laws and regulations Provides creative ideas for dressing up hives for fun and profit In today’s world of self-sufficiency, back-to-basics and sustainability, building beehives is a fun hobby that both you and your bees will appreciate and benefit from.

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Title Toffee
Author Sarah Crossan
Publisher Bloomsbury Young Adult
Release Date 2020-02-06
Category
Total Pages 416
ISBN 140886813X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Utterly sublime' Cecelia Ahern'Impossible not to read it in a single gulp' The Times'Undoubtedly one of the best books of the year' Irish Times'Compelling and beautifully wrought' The Sunday Times'A book that changes its reader for the better' Guardian'One of our most original writers' John BoyneWhen Allison runs away from home she doesn't expect to be taken in by Marla, an elderly woman with dementia, who mistakes her for an old friend called Toffee. Allison is used to hiding who she really is, and trying to be what other people want her to be. And so, Toffee is who she becomes. But as her bond with Marla grows, Allison begins to ask herself -where is home? What is a family? And most importantly, who am I, really?

The Beehive Effect by Valerie Solheim

Title The Beehive Effect
Author Valerie Solheim
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2012-12-12
Category
Total Pages 136
ISBN 1544732147
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Beehive Effect begins by introducing you to the ancient knowledge of hive location and the electromagnetic fields that enhance a hive to levels of maximum potential. Feral bees locate over high energy zones. These zones which are part of a global electromagnetic frequency emission essential for all life. Humans thrive at the low frequency of about 7.83 Hz. However, earth frequency varies due to underground irregularities such as mineral deposits, wet or dry river beds, faults, lay lines and man-made electromagnetic disturbances. Geologists refer to these zones as geopathic stress. Colony insects "refer" to them as high frequency zones finding them of great benefit to their vitality and survival. Bees locate over these zones because the energy they emit is free; meaning, i.e., that it does not require work to be absorbed. In quantum physics, all energy exchange is information transfer. Free information transfer is highly advantageous to honeybee colonies of over 80,000 individuals living in a highly-condensed space. At the level of quantum mechanics, free energy reduces the colony's work which extends the vitality of the hive. Work reduction means less caloric intake for tasks that require high caloric expenditure, such as temperature maintenance for comb construction, incubation, winter heat, humidity within the hive and honey, vibratory communication and hive activities, pollination, foraging and protection from disease and parasites. Fundamentally, to perform a task, a spark of electromagnetic energy is required to generate a behavior, hence free energy is more desirable to the colony than food source location. In, The Beehive Effect, the effect of electromagnetic fields on hives is dealt with in depth. However, it is not the first cause that animates the narrative. Primary to the book's inception and throughout its development is my trust in the intuitive voice that guides me into frequency research, beekeeping and the question of hive sustainability. Before owning a hive, my research indicated that the sound of Hive A played to Hive B would elicit Hive A behavior in Hive B; Hive B achieves sustainability through frequency entrainment. What happens when the hive frequency entrains me, too? What I experience is the metaphysics (beyond mental structure) of quantum (discrete quantity of energy). "It's all the same thing," Dr. Rustum, Pennsylvania State University geochemist and materials science engineer, observes, "I don't want to be constrained by the separation between physics and metaphysics. I don't see that physics and metaphysics are the same thing. I see physics as a subset of metaphysics." As my search and research unfold, synchronicities, like a falling line of dominos, lay down before me the path I am to follow. I began to experience energy and healings beyond the realm of cause and effect. Science (qEEG technology) and Bee crossed on a computer-generated graph displaying the organizing effect of HealingBees CD sound on the brain. Bee spirit informs me it is time to re-awaken it in the mind of human beeings. I am invited to speak at a Robert Redford environmental event in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In my talk, I include mythological and archeological studies on the honeybee (Andrew Gough). The honeybee, for over 10,000 years, is worshipped from great mother to divine intermediary. My experiences, and other people's, inform me that the divine power of the hive has not diminished. One more thing required. I want to bring the bees into relationship with you. I want the bees to talk to you. In the Hive Stories, the bees talk about being a bee, its hazards and delights. This sets the bee on your hand and requires you to bee-come aware of her. The Beehive Effect: Ancient Rites ~ Quantum Principles is a transitional book. We start at the altar of science, the Laboratory, and progress to a space where we experience sister bees as divine beings offering gifts from 200,000 years forward.

Moonrise by Sarah Crossan

Title Moonrise
Author Sarah Crossan
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date 2018-05-08
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781681193670
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From Carnegie Award-winning author Sarah Crossan comes a poignant and thought-provoking novel that explores life, death, love and forgiveness. Seventeen-year-old Joe hasn't seen his brother in ten years. Ed didn't walk out on the family, not exactly. It's something more brutal. Ed's locked up -- on death row. Now his execution date has been set, and the clock is ticking. Joe is determined to spend those last weeks with his brother, no matter what other people think ... and no matter whether Ed committed the crime. But did he? And does it matter, in the end? This poignant, timely, heartbreaking novel asks big questions: What value do you place on life? What can you forgive? And just how do you say goodbye? Acclaim for Sarah Crossan 2016 Carnegie Award winner, One Shortlisted for the 2016 FCBG Book Award, Apple and Rain Shortlisted for the 2015 Carnegie Award, Apple and Rain Shortlisted for the 2013 Carnegie Award, The Weight of Water

The Beehive by Margaret O'Donnell

Title The Beehive
Author Margaret O'Donnell
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1980
Category Fiction in English
Total Pages 254
ISBN 0413461602
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Gorston's dictatorship has lasted for thirty years, bolstered by propaganda, wholesale indoctrination and the ever-present secret police. No one can escape the programming, least of all the nation's women. Conditioned to function as either wives or Grey Ones, the wives are enforced child bearers, and the Grey Ones oppressed workers, leading an existence as drab and asexual as their dyed hair and shapeless clothes"--Jacket flap.

The Adventures Of Maya The Bee by Waldemar Bonsels

Title The Adventures of Maya the Bee
Author Waldemar Bonsels
Publisher Library of Alexandria
Release Date 2020-09-28
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781465607201
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Peep Inside A Beehive by Anna Milbourne

Title Peep Inside a Beehive
Author Anna Milbourne
Publisher Peep Inside
Release Date 2020-05
Category Beehives
Total Pages 14
ISBN 1474978479
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Help instill a love of bees in little children with this little flap book that explores their world. Peep inside flowers, beehives and under busy bees, to see what they do all day, how honey is made, how baby bees are born, and how a queen bee leads the way to build a new home. This timely new addition to award winning world-popular peep-inside series about a popular and essential current topic: BEES! Ingeniously designed holes and flaps to keep little children's curious minds engaged as they find out more. Simply and sweetly written to appeal to young children with charming illustrations by Simona Dimitri.

The History Of Bees by Maja Lunde

Title The History of Bees
Author Maja Lunde
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2017-08-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781501161391
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Imagine The Leftovers, but with honey” (Elle), and in the spirit of Station Eleven and Never Let Me Go, this “spectacular and deeply moving” (Lisa See, New York Times bestselling author) novel follows three generations of beekeepers from the past, present, and future, weaving a spellbinding story of their relationship to the bees—and to their children and one another—against the backdrop of an urgent, global crisis. England, 1852. William is a biologist and seed merchant, who sets out to build a new type of beehive—one that will give both him and his children honor and fame. United States, 2007. George is a beekeeper fighting an uphill battle against modern farming, but hopes that his son can be their salvation. China, 2098. Tao hand paints pollen onto the fruit trees now that the bees have long since disappeared. When Tao’s young son is taken away by the authorities after a tragic accident, she sets out on a grueling journey to find out what happened to him. Haunting, illuminating, and deftly written, The History of Bees joins “the past, the present, and a terrifying future in a riveting story as complex as a honeycomb” (New York Times bestselling author Bryn Greenwood) that is just as much about the powerful bond between children and parents as it is about our very relationship to nature and humanity.

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