Book by Baker, Gerard...
|Title||:||Bees and Beekeeping Explained (England's Living History)|
|Number of Pages||:||64 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Bees and Beekeeping Explained (England's Living History) Reviews
As a novice when it comes to beekeeping, I found the simple style of the book very helpful. It provides enough information to understand the role of a beekeeper and the life cycle of bees etc, without becoming confiding for a beginner. Other reviews have pointed out that this book is not particularly helpful for those who already know the basics. That might be true, but I found it very helpful, and look forward to continuing my beekeeping learning, with a more in depth book. I recommend it to those who know very little about bees and beekeeping.
This book was not exactly what I was hoping for. I wanted somthing that would be a good guide to beekeeping, but this was more on the informational side about bees. I learned some interesting things, but now I need to go read something more along the lines of a "how to" about keeping bees.
A great introduction to bees & some elements of beekeeping, but a lot more needed before it would be possible to keep bees.Great info, but not a how-to.