Honey Bus (May) - Book Reviews

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[A] powerful account of growing up in 1970s California.… May learned that, unlike her mother, she needed to look at what she had… rather than what was missing. May’s chronicle of overcoming obstacles and forging ahead is moving and thoughtful.
Publishers Weekly

Award-winning journalist May worked at the San Francisco Chronicle for many years, but she's also a fifth-generation beekeeper, the real thrust of this memoir.… Lots of in-house love for this one
Library Journal

A] sharply visceral memoir.

While [May's] subject may be honeybees, they serve as a launching point for a tale of self-discovery…. A fascinating and hopeful book of family, bees, and how "even when [children] are overwhelmed with despair, nature has special ways to keep them safe."
Kirkus Reviews

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