'The Bee that was Lazy' is a colourful, softcover storybook that illustrates the principle of 2 Thessalonians 3:10-13, i.e. if you don't work you don't eat. 'The Bee that was Lazy' does not only teach that there is a time to work and a time to play, but it also fosters teamwork and team spirit. 'The Bee that was Lazy,' written by Leigh Dell and Gavin Dell and illustrated by Leigh Dell, is a graded reader in the flightless bird series suitable for independent readers at the Emu level.
|Dimensions:||175 mm x 125 mm|
|Media:||Laminated soft cover with interior silk-coated pages|
|Binding:||Saddle stitched (staple)|
|Publisher:||Christ in Education Ltd|
|Manufactured in:||New Zealand|
About Graded Readers
Graded readers are stories written with the intent to help young learners build literacy skills by using the most commonly encountered words. Learners that read graded readers enjoy reading independently and develop confidence as they encounter many familiar words while gaining a solid comprehension of the content.
Christ in Education's graded readers are designed by a linguist to encourage and foster a love of reading in children while teaching the fundamental truths of the universe.
The graded readers commence with the flightless bird series which are scaffolded upon in the following order: Kiwi Level, Ostrich Level, Penguin Level and Emu Level.