Orville: The Bumble Bee Who Didn't Believe He Could Fly is a delightful story in which Orville begins a journey that presents children with an endearing character whose stories nurture personal discovery and self-confidence through the joy of reading. Our story features Orville - a young bumble bee venturing out for the first time to undertake his very important work - taking nature's pollen from flower to flower. But Orville, like many of us, faces his new challenge with uncertainty and self doubt. Compared to so many amazing winged creatures, his wings are so small he doesn't believe he can fly to accomplish his task. Through his journey Orville must consider important lessons from new friends he encounters. Most of all, he must learn to believe in himself...to discover his potential and his unique gifts and abilities. With our Learn Dream Grow books Orville and his stories can also help establish an awareness of how bees are so important to nature, our life and food supply.

Publisher GMD Publishing
Release Date
ISBN 9780999691106
Pages 28 pages
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