Bee-Wigged

By Cece Bell; Cece Bell (Illustrator)
(Candlewick Press (MA), Hardcover, 9780763636142, 40pp.)

Publication Date: November 2008

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Description
To bee or not to bee? A lonely, overlarge insect tries a new identity on
for size in a wacky, wonderful tale of true friendship.
All Jerry Bee wants is to make friends, but that's hard to do when you're the most enormous bee anyone has ever seen. Then a wig changes Jerry's life: when he puts it on, he looks just like a boy Jerry creates quite a buzz with his kindness and generosity, and for the first time, he has friends. But will his new pals stick around when his true identity is revealed? In this zany and tender tale, written and illustrated by Cece Bell, Jerry finds that having friends you can "bee" yourself around is as sweet as honey.



About the Author
Cece Bell has written and illustrated many books for children, among them the beloved Sock Monkey books. She also illustrated "Crankee Doodle, "written by her husband, Tom Angleberger, best-selling author of the Origami Yoda books. She lives in Virginia with her family and can also be found at www.cecebell.com.

Cece Bell has written and illustrated many books for children, among them the beloved Sock Monkey books. She also illustrated "Crankee Doodle, "written by her husband, Tom Angleberger, best-selling author of the Origami Yoda books. She lives in Virginia with her family and can also be found at www.cecebell.com.
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