Ten-year-old Samantha Hansen loves science! In the beginning of fourth grade, she never let a moment go by without talking about rocks. Now she's back with a new obsession: insects! Upon learning that the local apiary is for sale, she goes into action to save the honey bees. Will her someday boyfriend Todd or her best friend Kelli be part of her plan? Will That Kid Richard get in the way? Sam's lists of insect facts and funny thoughts highlight her quest to keep the bees in the community, the challenges she faces at school, and her ongoing struggle with her temper. Join Samantha as she looks to science for answers and does her part to change the world.
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 184
Dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
Something is Bugging Samantha Hansen is a wonderful story that will influence a lot of kids to get excited about science, and honey bees in particular. Jerry Futrell, President, Jersey Cape Branch of the New Jersey Beekeepers Association
"A joyfully refreshing tale of an enthusiastic, inquisitive young girl who loves science and discovers the wonderful world of honey bees and their importance in nature." Jack McMichael, 10-Year Beekeeper, Member of the Chester County Pennsylvania Beekeepers Association and the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association