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A Book of Bees: And How to Keep Them (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 13. April 1998

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"a melodious mix of memoir, nature journal, and beekeeping manual" Kirkus Reviews

"The real masterwork that Sue Hubbell has created is her life." The New York Times

"about bees to be sure, but also about other things: the important differences between loneliness and solitude. . . the accommodating of oneself to nature" The Philadelphia Inquirer

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The author chronicles a year in the lives of beekeeper and bees, describing and explaining the activities of both and the rewards of having bees of one's own.


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There is no better information on beekeeping for public, hobbiest or professional. Where six beekeeper can have ten opinions between them, Sue Hubbell is someone that I read a year after assertively taking up bees - and I agree with 99.5% of the knowledge and methodology that she shares. As bees are now threatened and the public is becoming supportive and curious about them, this book is a wonderful read even if one never even thinks of getting close to bees. The book is a joy. The author conveys the essence and reveals an accurate portrayal of how one uses probability and intuition to undertake what can only be equated to playing chess with a logical, but still wildly independent species, that beautifully represents the best that nature has to offer, and then there's the honey which one can thoroughly appreciate with greater insight. This book is a winner. Buy several. Give them to people you want to have as lifelong friends.
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There is no better information on beekeeping for public, hobbiest or professional. Where six beekeeper can have ten opinions between them, Sue Hubbell is someone that I read a year after assertively taking up bees - and I agree with 99.5% of the knowledge and methodology that she shares. As bees are now threatened and the public is becoming supportive and curious about them, this book is a wonderful read even if one never even thinks of getting close to bees. The book is a joy. The author conveys the essence and reveals an accurate portrayal of how one uses probability and intuition to undertake what can only be equated to playing chess with a logical, but still wildly independent species, that beautifully represents the best that nature has to offer, and then there's the honey which one can thoroughly appreciate with greater insight. This book is a winner. Buy several. Give them to people you want to have as lifelong friends.
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As an avid reader and enthusiast of the "nature writing" genre', I became an immediate fan of Sue Hubbell's after reading this book. Like the other commentator here, I've bought several copies only to end up giving my current one away again. Hubbell has a genuinely unique insight into nature that is fresh and original while her writing is well crafted. Being a beekeeper of over ten years, I was attracted to the book for that reason but came away with much more. Hubbell's musings on life in general and her backwoods alternative to the modern drum on the digital age is a good escape. An insightful read for anyone interested in a deeper perspective on one aspect of rural life. Enjoy.
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I picked up this book with no particular interest in honeybees, attracted only by the warmth of Sue Hubbell's unpretentious style, and something fine about the writer as a person. She is wonderful company. She has a busy mind grounded in serenity, an unusual mixture of curiosity and peace. I really feel I've spent time in her company. I read all of her books. Then I read works by Lorenzo Langstroth and Francois Huber because she mentioned them. Attracted to the Victorian and Edwardian bee masters because I am a devotee of Sherlock Holmes, I read dozens of titles. Finally, I wrote a book about Sherlock Holmes and beekeeping. And it all started because I picked up A Book of Bees!
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