Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 2 in A major by Ludwig van Beethoven. Composed by Beethoven in 1974-1975 and dedicated to Joseph Haydn, this sonata consists of four movements: I. Allegro vivace II. Largo appassionato III. Scherzo: Allegretto IV. Rondo: Grazioso
For the enthusiastic home beer-maker: it will help to organise, then re-create, your best recipes. Each page is designed to help you organise your ingredients, and document the brewing process. There is a special space to insert the label from each batch, for quick and easy recognition. Use these notes to help you re-create your successes to enjoy all over again! This book has space for thirty five recipes.
The best book to teach your children about the importance of bees and how to save them. You might expect it to be written by a biologist, but Kenneth Eade is not an environmental scientist, but a lawyer with the vision to look ahead toward environmental responsibility. He begins by explaining the interdependence of plants and animals and then introduces the bee as our most important pollinator. Bees have been at work for more than one hundred million years. There are thousands of kinds of bees, but Eade concentrates on the most common types like the honey bee and the bumblebee, and how they accomplish their work. Most of us are aware of the bees work, but are less familiar with the fact that moths and bats pollinate plants at night. Did you know that bats pollinate three hundred kinds of fruit and cacti? The reader will learn how the honeybee colony is organized into queen bee, workers and drones. Did you know that honeybees have five eyes that help them navigate with light, color and direction? For years I have been telling children to stand still when any type of bee flies near them. I felt vindicated that this is the right action. What I found really interesting is that worker bees have two stomachs, one for eating and one for storing the nectar they gather, They even have tiny bags on their hind legs for carrying the pollen to the hive. I was never aware of the processing bee that puts nectar into a honeycomb cell nor that she adds an enzyme that allows it to ripen and dry into honey. Such a perfect food for the bees which lasts for years and provides nutrition for humans as well. Bees are endangered species now because excessive land clearing depletes home-sites for bees as well as other animals. At the same time the wildflowers are disappearing. Many farmers treat their crops with pesticides that kill bees. Children can help by urging their parents to plant wildflowers in their gardens and writing to government representatives to make them aware of environmental issues and concerns. This book contains beautiful photographs and is well written. It belongs on the shelves of every elementary classroom. Younger children can learn a lot about plants, animals and the environment by using this book as a reference. Older children might use it as a starting point for more advanced study. This book is enlightening and informative for all ages. Perfect for elementary school children, this book is recommended reading for all students Featured as second grade curriculum material for Baltimore Public Schools. Recommended by "Teacher's First" Free Kindle matchbook Includes a free video reading Get your copy of A, Bee See now in paperback, get the Kindle matchbook free, and help your children learn about these miraculous creatures and what they mean to us.
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