Review: Honey Harvest by Elissa Kerr

It’s late summertime in the meadow. Flowers are in full bloom and honeybees float on the warm breeze. It’s now time to harvest honey from the hive.

Beautifully illustrated, this buzz-worthy book is the perfect introduction to the tools and traditions involved in beekeeping12 

My thoughts

A rhyming story about how to collect honey is right up my alley. The instructions are easy and the words flow with a cadence. Elissa Kerr gives us a lesson in beekeeping via honey collection through the eyes of a young girl working with her father. 

There are cautions on what actions to perform and to not perform. The teaching of honey collection covers everything from clothing to protect yourself to how to protect the bees from over collection. I thought you could collect honey at any time during the year, but Kerr has specific recommendations for that also. 

Honey Harvest is informative and full of directions for honey collection. It is entertaining with the flow of words and the matching pictures. Now I want to collect some honey…now that I know how. (wink)

I received a free copy of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Meet the Author: Elissa Kerr

Elissa is the author of The Sweetest Season and Sunkissed. Honey Harvest is her third picture book.  She is also the founder of Scenic Route Publishing.

Elissa lives in Michigan with her husband, their two sons, and two adorable cats. When not writing, Elissa enjoys spending time outdoors or taking nature walks with her family.12  

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Further Details:

Published by: Scenic Route Publishing, 978-1735236353, May 3, 2022
Cover Design by: Zoe Saunders
Pages: 34
Age: 4 – 8 years

Promotion materials provided by Love Books Tours

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