Monash Primary School Group 2

Just One Bee Created by Monash Primary School Group 2

Just One Bee Group 2

I chose this book because I like the illustrations. I chose to respond in htis way because I like the way how in the end the teamwork makes the dreamwork. I like the colours.
Riley Yr 4

I chose this book because I thought that the book was cool and nice. I chose to respond in this way because we wanted to add lots of colour to see how much a bee would like it. I liked the Just One Bee because he’s kind, careful and smart. He’s kind because he’s trying to share his flowers.
Gus Yr 3

I chose this book because I want to save the environment and bees save the environment. Now it’s my turn! I chose to respond in this way because it resembles nature and how one person can bring everything back and to help more people, friends matter. The thing I liked about the illustrations are the bland and drought-like colours, and then it becomes greenish and then flowers and plants are everywhere to symbolise they did it! This book is trying to say that one person can bring back the army, and why you must take care of the environment. The message in this book is important because we shouldn’t cut down trees. I liked this book because the main character can convince the naughty bee to start making the pollinator army again and how he made fields of flowers.

An interesting fact I learned is that anyone can make a difference. I think James Foley wrote this book to make the tiny voice in nature heard louder! We need to spread awareness about bees and why they help the environment and that we can’t live without them. The materials I used were glitter because it showed the glory and shine of a perfect world. The other materials were because the texture and light colour of them matched a perfect world where the sun shines bright.
Gorjan Yr 4

I chose this book because it is good. I chose to respond in this way because it is good to read and make a portrait of it. I like bees. The things I liked about the illustrations are the flowers, the sun and the grass. The materials I used were glitter.
Marina Yr 3